Barack Obama Scandals! Will The Real BHO Please Stand Up?

Written by R.G. Yoho on May 20, 2013

And what was Obama’s response to all the scandal which took place under his watch?

Obama claimed he just learned about the IRS on the news. Predictably, he said he was outraged and would seek out those who were responsible.

The time has finally come to ask the question: Will the real Barack Obama please stand up?

We are now faced with ONLY three possibilities:

1. If Obama is the most brilliant man who ever occupied a desk in the Oval Office, then that means the Nixonian genius is lying about what he knows and the departments that only act on Obama’s orders.

2. If Obama is telling the truth that he has no knowledge of the actions of his underlings, then that could only mean that he is actually an incompetent dunce, who really isn’t all that bright after all.

3. But, if Obama is truly as smart as the media told us, yet he is unaware of what is going on in his own administration, the only possibility left is that Obama isn’t the one truly running things in the Oval Office.

Now you supporters of Obama must finally ask yourself a penetrating question: Is Obama brilliant, an incompetent dunce, or merely a puppet?

He certainly has to be one of the three.

And at this point, with the scandals taking place under his watch, any single one of these three options mean the man occupying the Oval Office should be immediately removed from office.

Brilliantly deceitful, woefully inept, or a duplicitous figurehead?

Which is it?

Will the real Obama please stand up?

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R.G. Yoho is a Western author who has published seven books, including “Death Comes to Redhawk,” along with a non-fiction work entitled “America’s History is His Story.”