Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Stage Three Romnesia

Obama is such an insensitive, cold, unfeeling person.

I find it highly offensive that he is referencing stage three cancer in his latest lame "Romnesia" attack on Mitt Romney.

This is personal, and I'm really angry.

From the Weekly Standard:

President Barack Obama escalated his "Romnesia" attack against Republican Mitt Romney by referencing stage three cancer at a campaign event in Florida today:

Obama: Now, we’ve come up with a name for this condition. It’s called Romnesia. (Applause.)

Audience: Romnesia! Romnesia! Romnesia!

Obama: We had a severe outbreak last night. (Applause.) It was at least stage three Romnesia. (Laughter and applause.) And I just want to go over with you some of the symptoms, Delray, because I want to make sure nobody in the surrounding area catches it. (Laughter.) If you say that you love American cars during a debate, but you wrote an article titled, “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt,” you might have Romnesia. (Applause.)
Doesn't Obama realize that his words are thoughtless and painful? Doesn't he realize that people battling cancer or those with loved ones fighting for their lives don't appreciate such a crass reference.

"Stage three" is no joke. It's not clever. It's a cruel reference.

Politicizing the terrifying language of cancer?

Obama is always running around claiming to be for women. He's always touting the importance of making cancer screenings available. Why would the self-proclaimed compassionate Obama speak in such a disrespectful fashion?

He certainly isn't showing concern for women battling cancer. He's waging emotional war on women with his thoughtless remarks.

I suppose I should expect nothing less from a president of the United States who goes on national TV and mocks Special Olympics athletes.

Obama's own mother died of cancer. Does he really think it's appropriate to use a term like "stage three" when referring to Mitt Romney, a political opponent? Doesn't it hurt him to go back to all that fear and anxiety and suffering?

Apparently not.

I think Obama is heartless.

I would love to be able to talk to Obama right now, face-to-face.

My prayers are with those suffering from cancer and their loved ones.


Harvey Finkelstein said...

His record of insensitivity speaks for itself. But, what else would one expect from a Chicago community agitator? He is who he is.

Mary said...

I don't like who he is.