Article by Bryan Howard
November 20, 2018
Barack Obama appeared Monday at the Obama Foundation summit, held at the Mariott Marquis hotel in Chicago, where he gave his normal self aggrandizing speeches. When ever he speaks it reminds us Conservatives why we voted in President Trump and thank God we did so. Barack Obama is the main reason for the massive divide we currently face in this Country today even thought the left won’t recognize it as so. In this speech Obama goes on a rant that he bashes Conservatives and President Trump by calling us “confused, blind, shrouded with hate, anger, racism — mommy issues.” The Mommy issues I believe was directed towards President Trump.
“The reason we don’t” invest in climate change policies “is because we are still confused, blind, shrouded with hate, anger, racism — mommy issues.”
“I mean, we — we are we are fraught with stuff,” Obama continued, “And — and so if that’s the case then the single most important thing that we have to invest in is not all — and look I’m a huge supporter of science and technological research and social science and, you know, evidence-based learning and all that good stuff. I’m — I’m — people call me Spock for a reason, I believe in reason and logic and all these enlightenment values, but the thing that really we have to invest in is people. We got to get people to figure out how they work together — in a — you know, how do we get people to work together in a cooperative, thoughtful, constructive way.”
“I was having a conversation with a friend, who was depressed about the current course of our country — it’s a conversation that happens a lot,” Obama said later. “I had to remind him that this is what happens. Societies are these incredibly complex, organic things that sometimes moves forward and sometimes takes a step back.”
“This is a heavy burden,” he said. “But what a joyous burden to have this grand adventure where you can literally remake the world right now because it badly needs remaking. If you could blindly choose when you wanted to be born, you’d choose now … Or — maybe two years ago.”