Savage: We Can’t Survive Two More Years of Obama

Michael Savage, the far-far-right wing radio talk show host who has a new book out warning about the “coming civil war,” recently claimed that we only had one month — to election day in November, presumably — to save America. Now he tells Steve Malzberg that America can’t survive two more years of Obama.

“The fact of the matter is, in two more years we’re not going to survive,” Savage said of the Obama presidency. “He has been conducting a civil war on America’s institutions from the day he seized power. But it’s not just him. Take a look at the people surrounding him, ‘the four horsewomen of the apocalypse,’ they’re all thirty, forty years radicals on the left, that’s what they’re doing, they’re achieving their revolutionary goals right in front of our eyes.”

It’s more than two years away, but I can tell you right now what I’m going to say in a blog post on January 20, 2017. That’s the day that the next president will be sworn into office. In fact, I could go ahead and write that post right now and schedule it to go up that morning. It will just be a list of questions for all the right wingers who have made apocalyptic predictions like this.

Hey, what happened to those FEMA concentration camps you were going to be thrown into?

How come we aren’t all infected with Ebola? I thought Obama was going to make sure there was an Ebola epidemic because he hates America so much?

Why isn’t Sharia law being enforced in this country?

Where are those 50-100 million Muslims that Avi Lipkin said Obama was moving into the country to take it over?

What happened to all of those undocumented Latino immigrants that Obama was going to give the right to vote?

Where are those death panels that were supposed to be ordering the murder of grandmothers everywhere?

By the way, did the government ever come to seize your guns like you claimed they were going to do?

Aren’t we supposed to be under the control of the United Nations by now?

Weren’t you all supposed to be forcibly gay married by the government already?

Wasn’t Obama going to declare martial law with all those false flag operations to justify it so he could stay in office behind his second term?

One could, of course, go on and on like that with similar questions. Being a right winger means never having to admit that your predictions didn’t come true. You just don’t mention them, you move on to the next ridiculous and hyperbolic prophecy as if you haven’t been wrong every fucking time you made one before.

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  • steve oberski

    The four horsewomen of the apocalypse is too unwieldy for the name of a rock band.

    Back to the marketing department for you, Mr. Savage.

  • matty1

    Revolutionary Goals however is a great band name as is Forty Years Radicals.

  • http://Www.metalmischief.com YOB – Ye Olde Blacksmith

    Oh, but what fun we’re going to have watching his* head explode if Hillary wins.

    *and so many others.

  • birgerjohansson

    “Be afraid, America, be very afraid”

    (rhinse and repeat)

  • http://wordsgood4598.wordpress.com/author/wordsgood4598/ wordsgood

    Oh, well done! Thank you for my morning chuckle.

  • dingojack

    Oh and by they way, Michael Savage, exactly how may years did the late Teddy Nugent actually serve?

    Dingo

  • http://www.clanfield.net janiceintoronto

    “four horsewomen of the apocalypse”

    That sounds so cool. Where do I sign up? Do I get a free pony and a hat?

  • John Pieret

    And don’t forget Savage himself:

    “Where was that civil war that was supposedly coming?”

  • Artor

    Being a right winger means never having to admit that your predictions didn’t come true.

    It’s not just their predictions, but their post-dictions too. Right wingers can’t seem to get a grip on things that have already happened either. Remember when the South “voluntarily” gave up slavery? Or how Leave it to Beaver was real? Me neither.

  • teawithbertrand

    I wasn’t aware that President Obama “seized power” by winning an election.

  • Loqi

    We? Speak for yourself, Savage. I can survive it just fine. In fact, the vast majority of Americans will survive just fine. What makes you so weak and feeble that you roll over and die so easily? If you’re worried about not surviving the next two years, perhaps you should call up Glenn Beck for some discounted survival supplies and hide out in a bunker, well away from civilization and microphones, for the next two years.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    IF THERES NO CONSPIRACY THEN WHY DID BILL HADER HOST SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE RIGHT AFTER LEAVING SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE?!!!

  • Michael Heath

    Ed asserts:

    It’s more than two years away, but I can tell you right now what I’m going to say in a blog post on January 20, 2017. That’s the day that the next president will be sworn into office.

    Given the dangers of being a U.S. president, I wouldn’t go that far. Though any swear-in prior to that date won’t be because President Obama caused it. Instead I think it’d be by people who behave consistent with Michael Savage’s rhetoric. Where his rhetoric is consistent with the thinking of Islamists terrorists and radicals.

    As for all the things Ed claims won’t have occurred by early-2017. Well, many of them are already true in the world of conservative viral email readers. E.g., Why isn’t Sharia law being enforced in this country?, What happened to all of those undocumented Latino immigrants that Obama was going to give the right to vote?

  • colnago80

    Re Michael Heath @ #13

    Given the recent spate of screw ups by the Secret Service, the possibility of something untoward happening to the president is far too possible.

  • Dave Maier

    When I was in the supermarket this morning I heard the guy who was stocking the yogurt talking to a customer. He said he had been listening to Michael Savage on the radio, and demanded to know why “he [Obama] hasn’t closed the borders [i.e. because of Ebola]?!? Any white president would have done it by now!! We oughta march in and throw him out of the White House and change the locks!! And put George W. Bush back until 2016!!”

    I really dislike that man (Savage, not yogurt guy).

  • D. C. Sessions

    Oh, but what fun we’re going to have watching his* head explode if Hillary wins.

    Oh, he’ll throw a grand fit. And then go offstage with the sound of Ka-CHING ringing in his ears.

  • Crimson Clupeidae

    dingojack@6: late Teddy Nugent? Did I miss the party?

  • lorn

    Of course it works that way.

    Just as conservatism is the doctrine that can never fail, only be failed. All failures are a matter of insufficient commitment, will, or time dedicated.

    So to the predictions of what the liberals are goign to do are never wrong, the prophecy is simply more powerful than predicted, those evil liberals are always working in that direction, so instead of the prophecy being about two years into the future the prediction was looking five, or ten , years into the future. Those prophecies are magical, and always growing in their magical power as they prove to be not yet true.

    Keep this in mind as you contemplate that for the human mind a near-miss failure is more reinforcing than success. If playing a slot-machine three bars and a lemon promotes more desire to keep playing than four bars and a win. Conservative near-miss failures promote increased effort, not dejection and acceptance of futility.

  • Markita Lynda—threadrupt

    Hold the popcorn–Ted Nugent is, unfortunately, still alive.

    Perhaps Savage hasn’t heard that U.S. employment has continued to rise since 2009, when President Obama was elected with the largest share of the popular vote won by anyone since Eisenhower.

  • Electric Shaman

    Modus, I usally don’t buy into conspiracy theories but I think you are onto something here. Not only has it been Bill Hader, but also Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Mike Myers…the list just goes on and on. How could we not have seen this before?! OBAAAAAAAAAMMMMMAAAAAAAAA!!!!

    Also, @ Crimson and Markita, I do believe dingojack is referring to Nugent’s claim that he will either be dead or in jail if Obama got re-elected. He predicted his demise to be sometime in 2013, but as the link you provided shows, his prediction has not come to fruition.

  • dingojack

    Crimson Clupeidae – that faint whooshing sound is the whole point sailing way, way over your head….

    ;D Dingo

    ————-

    Markita Lynda – “… President Obama was elected with the largest share of the popular vote won by anyone since Eisenhower.”

    but, but, but ACORN !!eleventy-one!! (quick let’s defund it – for the nth time)

    [Oh and BEN GAZI guy!!]