What do you call the President of the United States?

Boy, racist, idiot, cowardly, weak, uppity, naive, exotic, terrorist, UnAmerican, apologist, liar, harbors deep seated hatred of white people, he does not love this country, Osama, elitist and socialist. These are just a few of the words and phrases that have been used to describe President Barack Obama. Some would say no big deal all presidents are called names this is nothing different. Do you honestly believe that? If you do cite an example of this kind of vitriol used toward another president and please don’t tell me they called President Bush a “wimp”.
*Bonus Insult-Fox News once ran a caption that refered to the First lady as “Obama’s Baby Mama”.

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  • emerald517  On September 3, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    I do agree with you that Americans should not call their president rude names. People should criticize presidents for their policies rather than who they are as people. That doesn’t give people the right to fling rude names around though. Throughout all of history, (and not limited to Barrack Obama) our presidents have been called rude names. George Washington: “elitist,” “imprudent,” “incompetent,” “hypocrite,” “racist,” “aloof,” “greedy,” and “self-centered.” Abraham Lincoln was called a “nigger-lover,” “tyrant,” “hypocrite,” “ignorant,” “weak,” “coward,” “imbecile,” and “The Devil.” ” Franklin D. Roosevelt was called a “dictator,” “warmonger,” “fascist,” and “racist.” Additionally, President George W. Bush had a lot worse names hurled at him than “wimp.” He was and still is called a “global village idiot,” “simple-minded,” “pea-brained,” “entitled,” “elitist,” “stupid,” “sadistic redneck trash,” “bully,” “American idiot,” “shameless,” “murderer,” “homosexual,” “political puppet,” “only man who makes Forest Gump look smart,” “dick,” “worst president ever,” “Hitler,” “natural disaster,” “retarded,” “the reason everyone hates America,” “Napoleonic monkey,” “embarrassment,” “unpatriotic,” “dipshit,” “stole an election,” “thief,” “dumbass,” “the heir to a family obsessed with killing all brown people,” “narrow-minded,” “moron,” and many, many others. You can’t say that Obama is the only one getting criticized. Presidents have been criticized since the founding of our country and will continue to be.

    • Elogam  On September 4, 2011 at 12:04 am

      emerald517, you pretty much covered it. Here I showed up all ready to do battle, instead, I’ll go outside and have a cool refreshing drink and enjoy this California sunshine…

      Oh, EM? For the record I want to say that I call the current POTUS “President Obama”. He earned the title. I figure if he earns the scorn and criticism (and he truly has), he should get the proper title to go with it.

  • Docile Jim Brady  On September 3, 2011 at 4:10 pm

    If a person disagrees with any POTUS, he or she ought to be civil, address the issue and refrain from ad hominem attacks or labels.

    • emerald517  On September 3, 2011 at 7:04 pm

      I completely agree with you

  • David Halliday  On September 4, 2011 at 4:17 pm

    I think Colidge and Harding might have been called some fairly rude names. But has Obama been called these names because he is an African-American or because he is a Democrat? What names would Hillary have had to endure had she been the President? We live in an ugly society.

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