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Eat Your Peas? It's Dinner Time Obama

Updated on August 29, 2013

You Have To Eat Everything On Your Plate

Have A Recipe Preference?

I make a dynamite pea salad and I'll share it with you some time if you'd like. This however is about our President and his tendency to not want to eat the same peas that the rest of us have to shovel down whether we like them or not..

We've had to eat our peas as Obama has shoveled them at us by adding over 5 trillion dollars to our national debt. Then I had to revisit what Owebama said back in July of 2008 when he called the previous administration "unpatriotic" and "irresponsible for adding less in a total of eight years than he did in less than three. Seems that he wants everyone to dine on peas but himself and Moochelle. She prefers a greasy burger while at the same time preaching to the rest of us about our diet and how to properly eat our daily peas.

One of the problems about eating your peas is paying attention to what is being put on your plate. The video below points out that Obama knows that the average American isn't paying attention and we're not near as wise as the political pick pockets that inhabit Washington DC. According to Obama the wise sages up on there on their butts to avoid getting a "real job" on Capitol Hill are paid "to worry about it." So when are they going to start worrying about it and actually do something about it rather than make it worse? Worry is one thing but it takes leadership to actually do something about the deficit and excessive spending problems. When is that going to happen? When it's too late?

The thing that should worry anyone is that we are actually paying people to not do their job, that includes the Pea Shoveler-In-Chief. You know, the little things like passing an annual budget and not squandering and wasting our tax payer dollars giving it to your cronies as pay back for your political coffers getting fat via them. We're paying the Senate to "do nothing." The House has been a bit active after the 2010 elections but not his Senate cronies. He needs to stop sniveling about not getting his way and eat his peas.

Yummy In The Tummy. Back At Pea Eating Time And Obama Knows Best

Being the President of the United States shouldn't be about personal growth. Obama has been given enough teachable moments, that he seems to ignore, to gag a maggot. Then he wants us to tell us it's time to "pull off the band aid" and "eat our peas?" He's been slapping enough band aids on the economic problems of this nation to keep all the manufacturer's of such products in total ecstasy. One writer likened his deficit building to him taking out history's greatest student loan, just over $5 trillion and counting you see.

That's an expensive education at our expense and student loans have nothing to do with economics. What do they really do? First, they are about personal growth and they also create debt for the future. I don't expect, nor should you, to finance Owebama's personal growth nor do I appreciate his spending money we don't have. Time to eat your peas Obama, and leave mine the hell alone.

I said it back when he was on the stump treating people like a chump, and I'll say again as did the very people running against him in his own party. He isn't qualified and lacks the experience necessary to become the President of this nation and be an effective leader. Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden both knew the same thing I know. We're now having to eat our peas while he goes through his "personal growth" stage of life and learning? Oh really? The problem is, and probably always will be, is that Obama is an extreme ideologue and ideologues don't usually budget from their ideology. Compound that with his narcissistic personality disorder and it's like the Jolly Green Giant on the world's largest ego trip - peas on steroids.

The Presidency of the nation isn't someone's personal property. Jimmie Carter had to learn that lesson the hard way. Obama ran on being the "post partisan" President. He's showing use exactly how NOT to do that. Want examples? Good, I thought you might like a few. These should be used as our teaching (learning?) tools about this President.

1) When his budget of last year (2011) went down without even one member of his own party casting a vote for it he ranted and raved at Congress calling them the "do nothing Congress" and went so far as pointing out the dangers of the national debt. How in the world does anyone have the gumption to lecture anyone about fiscal responsibility when they're squeezing in the teleprompter between lavish, expensive family vacations and golf outings and in the same breath propose even more out of control spending? Then there are still people who walk among us who don't recognize the hypocrisy involved in the whole situation.

His answer then, as it is now, is to increase taxes so that they can continue on their spending binges. He commissioned a debt reduction commission and then totally ignored their recommendations because they weren't his brand of peas and didn't have his "label" on them. So why bother to do it in the first palce?

Let me post that Owebama video one more time here as a reminder of what he said, not what he has done.

How Those Peas Tasting America?

What happened next didn't sit well with the "Eat Your Peas" President either. When he was served this dish of peas I'm sure his gag reflect went berserk. The credit rating agencies took out the hammer and chiseled away at the US bond ratings safety rating. He poo-pooed their decision too at the time if I remember correctly and hasn't done a darned thing about it since but propose another budget that would add another $1.3 trillion to the national debt. That one just went down in flames too. His idea of fiscal responsibility is for us to continue to fund his experience in personal growth.

Those peas left a bitter taste in his mouth and he sure didn't grab his knife and fork and begin what needs to be done. Again he placed blame on anyone and everyone but himself. Soon we will move from the knife and fork stage to the "grab an ax stage" because we lack the necessary leadership to deal with the mounting crisis.

The latest teachable moment concerns the Supreme Court and the fate of his signature piece of tax legislation called Obamacare. Just the idea that what he considers to be a group of old, white, brain dead men would consider applying the principles of the US Constitution and return a verdict that would uphold having a stable and limited federal government in the future sends his taste for eating his peas into revolt. Somehow he is now taking offense that an "un-elected group of people would somehow return or overturn a duly constituted and passed law."

That's their job President Obama. That's the way the US Constitution calls the shots. And here I thought the man was supposedly a constitutional scholar who taught the subject at the University of Chicago.

You see the Supreme Court might also want Obama to follow his own advice and eat his peas. They might also determine that Obamacare wasn't about reforming the health care system at all but was the largest over reach the federal government has ever attempted, besides the fact that the majority of Americans are dead set against it. Obamacare is about control, control of one-sixth of our economy. That's what it is, was and always will be about.

Pea eating time is about to come for President Obama. You see, my fellow Americans, it's time that we were to eat our peas because we're supposed to act like ignorant, gluttons who shouldn't bother to understand what they are doing in Washington DC. That's what we pay him to do. And here I thought it was all about financing his personal growth, massaging his over inflated ego and eating our peas while he'll have none of them.

Like I said, "I have an excellent recipe for pea salad that I'll share with you sometime." That will be after November of 2012 when we evict him and his clan from The People's House for failure to man up and eat his peas.

My vetting of Obama continues. It sure is much easier now that he actually has a record to examine.

As Always,

The Frog Prince

Remember In November!


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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Fred - Even though Obama had no record in 2008, now we have him on tape and he still has no record to run on. Failure is failure but this time we have it on video. So off we go to class warfare where he promises not to take the goodies away from the entitlement crowd. Like we can afford to keep supporting those who are too lazy to get off their buffs.

      The Frog

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      Ghost32 5 years ago

      Frog: Keep on dredging up Obama's ghost words from Election Past, Jim; those are what will sink him quicker than anything.

      drbj: From closely watching any number of races in 2010, some of which were clearly won by fraud, I can tell you how we beat that this time around: MAKE SURE THE MARGIN IS NOT CLOSE.

      Explanation: Voter fraud seems to work...but ONLY in close elections, a percentage or two (and not more than 6) either way. In 2010, it seemed pretty clear the "fix was in" for at least the Raoul Grijalva and Harry Reid races, for example. In both of those, the challengers were several points ahead in the polls just a few days prior to Election Day...and in both cases those narrow margins suddenly reversed at the polls.

      BUT where the margin is OBVIOUS, they're not (in my opinion) able to "salt the mine" enough to steal the election. AND two more points: 1. Voter fraud is stronger in certain areas, but NOT in every state by a long shot, and 2. Republicans are on high alert to combat that this year. Even in our home county here in southern Arizona, measures have been taken to safeguard ballots that were never in place before.

      Not to worry. We WILL get 'em.

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      kking - No problem. I believe what HB was referring to is to provide links to your Hubs in the content of the present one you are writing.

      Not being a party man, I advocate having one party - The American Party. All this partisan nonsense is what is causing the gridlock we have been witnessing for far too long. When anyone needs a political party to do their thinking for them I find it to be pathetic. That's why I've been an Independent for quite some time.

      The Frog

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      Billy Joseph Ethridge 5 years ago from Georgetown, S.C.

      Sorry Frog was using advice that hubpages gives to add links in posts on other hubs to increase traffic.

      But this started long before 2008, and we need to somehow change the way the candidates are chosen when being nominated by their respective parties.

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      kking - Excellent advice that many need to heed. The worst thing we can have is an uninformed, ill educated electorate. We are seeing the results of having just that in 2008. It has evolved into a beauty contest and there is nothing beautiful about politics. It is my writing beat and it sure isn't pretty most of the time.

      Please refrain from self-promoting your own writing on other people's forum. It isn't in good form.

      The Frog

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      Billy Joseph Ethridge 5 years ago from Georgetown, S.C.

      Americans have gotten lazy. Not just in the way we work and play but in the way we vote as well. We are all so caught up in whether we are right or left, or democrat or republican that we have all forgotten we are AMERICANS. We blindly accept what we are told because it came from our party or group.

      This country was founded on three words "We the people". When are "We the people" going to be able to choose who we want to run instead of choosing between 4 or 5 people chosen by incumbent politicians and party officials.

      This is the 21st century and we have access to more information than at any other time in our history. Use this information and vote wisely instead of voting for the person in your party because you feel obligated. Your obligation is to this great nation and your children not to some political party with their own agendas.

      Information is power, use it wisely and stop letting these people pull the wool over your eyes and vote intelligently this November.

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      drbj - Read this if you haven't already. I published it this morning.

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      Nonala Gauche 5 years ago from Norman, Oklahoma

      Can the president be charged with treason? It seems to me he is intentionally working to undermine his own country.

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      drbj and sherry 5 years ago from south Florida

      If every reader of your hubs, Jim, were to share your revelations about Obummy with everyone they know. we might have a chance in Novemeber. But if what Stu (a previous commenter) said is true, how will we combat potlential voter fraud? That worries me.

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      Stu 5 years ago

      Time to "pee" on Obama. On 11/2, heave ho. Maybe he can find one of those "shovel ready" jobs he's so optimistic about. If not, maybe someone can shovel him into oblivion where he belonged in the first place. Sadly, I think Obama will get a second term using voter fraud (he's outsourced some of the vote counting to a Spanish company one of whose investors is none other than the eminent Nazi and Obama sympathizer George Soros). We are SCREWED.

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      halfcord 5 years ago

      I find it really hard to believe that, after these last three years, even the liberals can't see that the road the Coward-N-Chief has America on. The list of his failures gets longer each day and the lies are beyond keeping track of. They started when he got into politics and will continue as long as he breathes. As for Moochelle........ Not even Websters has enough adjectives. January 2013 will make it really easy to breathe once again with them gone. I feel sorry for the girls. They won't have an easy life after the beating he will get in November. You thought Moochelle was lying about finally being proud before? I'd like to be a fly on the wall at campaign headquarters about midnight Pacific time.

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      tom = Obama is playing to the entitlement crowd. Over the decades the federal government has bred and encouraged that lot in our society. It's all about control of the people. Oh they know, they just don't want their freebies to be taken away.

      jim - I am preaching the five new voter rules myself now. People need to shake off their apathy about what is going on, find out what should be going on and isn't and do what is necessary to rid our selves of Obama. That happens at the polls and then if he wants to play stupid with the American people we will have to deal with that.

      Angela - I often wonder if the people of this nation want to see their nation on the scrap heap of history by just nodding along with the same old music.

      Wayne - Now, now... Obama is special. He's a legend in his own mind and needs to remind everyone of that.

      The Frog

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      Wayne Brown 5 years ago from Texas

      Obama is publicly outraged that the GSA spent over 800,000 dollars on meetings in Nevada? How can he be outraged when he has no trouble firing up the old 747 and dragging along God knows how large an entourage to Hawaii all in the name of the president getting a little R&R....What the GSA spent wouldn't pay his fuel bill much less the rest of it...all at taxpayer expense. But you see, he deserves it and the GSA does not...that is the basis of the premise. As long as it is for the president, money cannot be a consideration. Why? Because the president does not make it one! Harry Truman said it best..."The buck stops here!" Obama would do good to learn what that statment means instead of just rolling along with the luxury and th flow like some pampered prince who is having his turn in fantasyland. You have paint a tight picture of this guy and it can only get worse once he has no future elections to worry about. We need to kiss him goodbye in November and be done with this Prima Donna. WB

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      Angela Blair 5 years ago from Central Texas

      Again, right on, Frog! Anybody but O'Bummer! I'm not all that enthused about Romney but looks like that's what we've got -- if O'Bummer wins again the whole country is down the garbage disposal -- peas and all! Good one! Best/Sis

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      34th Bomb Group 5 years ago

      I know H.W. hates it - don't know about W.

      I DO know I HATE Brussel's Sprouts - even if the dog IS named after them. Blame my Mother for that - OOPS! She's dead! (I did it 'cause he's Belgian and Mommy was in her last months...)

      Now we're getting a Belgian Malinois. Should be interesting...

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      TheManWithNoPants 5 years ago from Tucson, Az.


      Informative and well written my friend. You have my support as always. As bad as Obama is for this country, this will be a very close election unless we do something different as conservatives this time around. I'm going to continue to beat this drum until Barack Obama is nothing more than a punctuation mark in American history.

      I wasn't real happy with any of the Republican candidates, but Newt Gingrich was my choice for nominee from what we had. Ain't gonna happen. That will not discourage me at the voting booth, and I'm still taking five people who normally don't vote with me to that voting booth to vote against Obama. I encourage everyone who thinks that this man is bad for business to do the same. It's a simple failsafe plan that will work regardless of who runs against Obama. If we do that, our guy wouldn't even have to show up with the debates to become commander in chief.

      Remember ... Candidates don't win elections. Voters do. Candidates are just the prize.

      ~ jim

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      tom hellert 5 years ago from home


      sadly the part that bugs me the most is that some people wont believe us that what he is doing is ANTI AMERICAN and bad for people overall. Only because some folks are geting free cookies and what the takers dont get is its ruining the givers and soon if his keeps up there wont be any givers left....

      But all the left will do is demonize the givers that leave or the givers that dont give 80-90%we saw how well that worked with Carter and 300s-80s russia. WHAT SCARES ME is that there actually folks out there that think he is doing a great job HOW? How can anyone not ee this?


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      Dianna Mendez 5 years ago

      Enjoyed the read through on othis one. You are so right, there are a lot of people getting paid to do nothing. Let's make this November a turning point to restore our freedoms and wealth.

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      AR - The entitlement crowd love this guy. They want to continue to have their hands and bellies full of those government peas.

      My question is, and always will be, what is going to happen when the Jolly Green Giant runs out of ink?

      The Frog

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      American Romance 5 years ago from America

      The man does know how to sway the naive of this country!........that always amazes me because the liberals think THEY are the intellectual ones ! hahahlhehehehhohohohohoh!

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      TheFewTheProud 5 years ago from Orlando, Florida

      I have never seen an elected individual pull the wool over more folks' eyes and get away with a total lack of incompetence as this guy has and he is the President. He is definitely making history.

      And one of my Marine brothers is being thrown out of the Corps for speaking out against him. I understand the military chain of command and what we can and cannot say while in uniform, but if Obama was a leader and a creditable CinC he would support and embrace him and maybe have a beer with him for a "teachable moment."

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      TFTP - You know the arsenal I have of his videos. All the RNC needs to do is ask and I'll hand em over. LMAO

      The Frog

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      TheFewTheProud 5 years ago from Orlando, Florida

      If the Republican nominee AND the RNC AND the Super PAC'S doesn't take every one of these bogus statements and use them against Obama between now and November, then we have failed as Americans and as a nation to root out this fraudulent idiot.

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      breakfastpop 5 years ago

      The only teachable moment we can glean from Obama is the importance of casting an intelligent vote. In 2008 the uninformed led the way and we have been suffering for that tragic mistake ever since. Up and awesome, Frog.

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      34th - The Bush clan didn't like broccoli if my memory serves me well. LMAO. I'm just sayin...

      The Frog

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      34th Bomb Group 5 years ago from Western New York State

      The guy's a narcissistic anarchist.

      He's gotta go before he force feeds me Brussel's sprouts.