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Barry-cade (or Barrycade)

A barrier or barricade put up outside open-air national parks and monuments by the Obama administration during the partial government shutdown in late 2013. The barriers allegedly cost more to put up than having done nothing, which was ironic when the government supposedly had less money to spend during the shutdown. It also seemed to demonstrate they were unnecessarily put up by orders from the Obama administration in efforts to "make the American people feel more pain" and in hopes of demonizing congress and the GOP.
Who wants to go see Mt. Rushmore this weekend?
We can't, Barry (Obama) had Barry-cades put up in hopes of pissing people off.
#barrycades #barry-cades #barack obama #barry soetoro #president obama #corruption #government shutdown #faux crisis
by psara October 07, 2013
A nickname for the White House under the Obama administration in late 2013, when during the partial government shutdown, many questionable decisions were made about what to keep up open versus what to shut down or bar from the general public. The decisions appeared to be made to make the American people "feel the pain" of the shutdown who would have otherwise not noticed; therefore, said to be done by the Obama administration out of spite and in efforts to drum up anger. The Obama administration apparently decided to close national parks, barricade ("Barrycade") open-air memorials, put cones along roadways that are otherwise usually open, restrict fishermen from the waters, evict residents out of their privately-owned homes on federal land, shut down the Amber Alert website, etc. while keeping other non-essential programs and services open, such as the golf course where Obama and members of the administration play golf.
"Who wants to visit the WWII Memorial this weekend?"
"We can't, the Spite House has it blocked with a Barrycade."
#spite house #white house #obama administration #partial government shutdown #barry-cade #barrycade #corruption #barack obama #harry reid
by psara October 08, 2013
A nickname for the White House under the Obama administration in late 2013, when during the partial government shutdown, many questionable decisions were made about what to keep up open versus what to shut down or bar from the general public. The decisions appeared to be made to make the American people "feel the pain" of the shutdown who would have otherwise not noticed; therefore, said to be done by the Obama administration out of spite and in efforts to drum up anger. The Obama administration apparently decided to close national parks, barricade ("Barrycade") open-air memorials, put cones along roadways that are otherwise usually open, restrict fishermen from the waters, evict residents out of their privately-owned homes on federal land, shut down the Amber Alert website, etc. while keeping other non-essential programs and services open, such as the golf course where Obama and members of the administration play golf.
"Who wants to visit the WWII Memorial this weekend?"
"We can't, the Spite House has it blocked with a Barrycade."
#spite house #white house #obama administration #partial government shutdown #barry-cade #barrycade #corruption #barack obama #harry reid
by psara October 08, 2013
Nickname for president Obama that came about later in his first term, when he shifted away from the inspirational rhetoric of his first presidential campaign and started blaming a multitude of other people or groups for his administration's failures and the country's problems when questioned, instead of taking responsibility like a real leader should. Blame for others came both directly from Obama and from his spokesman, Jay Carney.

Initially, the blame for failures under the Obama administration was directed toward the previous administration (Bush). The blame game reached new heights in Obama's second term when, during the partial government shutdown of late 2013, the president said repeatedly that he would not negotiate with other elected officials, and continued to place all of the blame and responsibility for the shutdown on others (notably, Republicans in congress), even resorting to highly inflammatory rhetoric. The administration was able to get most of the media (directly or indirectly) to go along with this story line. The Obama administration subsequently made many eye-raising decisions about what to keep up open versus what to close from the general public during the shutdown; these decisions appeared to be made to make the American people "feel the pain" of the shutdown who would have otherwise not noticed, and drum up anger and blame toward congress.
"Well, it's his second term and the economy is crawling, unemployment is still over 7%, almost all of the new jobs are part-time jobs, food stamp recipients are at an all-time high, poverty is up, incomes are down, no one is leading in Washington, there's no budget, and foreign terrorist moochers are blowing people up at marathons right here at home. Yet, Oblamer is still blaming this on Bush and others. Jay Carney says go ask someone else. Remember when Oblamer said the attack in Benghazi was because of a YouTube video? Seriously. Who will Oblamer say is responsible for the healthcare.gov website not working, his new boogeyman the Tea Party?"
#barack obama #blamer-in-chief #oblamer #president obama #barrycade #spite house #the spite house #incompetent #corruption #it's bush's fault #grow a pair
by psara October 23, 2013
The act of being Obedient (emphasis on the O) to Barack Obama and his policies at all costs. The term may be used to describe those in the Obama presidential administration including Eric Holder, Lois Lerner, Jay Carney, etc. as well as many citizens of the political far-left. Also can be used to describe Democratic paid shills during the 2008-2016 time frame, Obamabots/Obots, Obama swooners, and anyone who is completely loyal to Obama, defends him at all costs, and denies any wrongdoing by Obama or the administration. May resort to calling others racists, obstructionists, extremists, etc. if they disagree with any decisions or policies of the Obama administration.
"Why was Jay totally denying the accusations and calling everything phony? The evidence is too damning and even he'll be hurt by it, has he lost his mind?"

"Yes, it's nonsensical. He is just being O-bedient."
#obedience #obedient #o-bedience #barack obama #obama #far-left #shill #obamabot #obot
by psara October 22, 2013
Obedience (emphasis on the O) to Barack Obama and his policies at all costs. The term may be used to describe those in the Obama presidential administration including Eric Holder, Lois Lerner, Jay Carney, etc. as well as many citizens of the political far-left. Also can be used to describe Democratic paid shills during the 2008-2016 time frame, Obamabots/Obots, Obama swooners, and anyone who is completely loyal to Obama, defends him at all costs, and denies any wrongdoing by Obama or the administration. May resort to calling others racists, obstructionists, extremists, etc. if they disagree with any decisions or policies of the Obama administration.
"Why was Jay totally denying the accusations and calling everything phony? The evidence is too damning and even he'll be hurt by it, has he lost his mind?"

"Yes, it's nonsensical. He is just demonstrating his O-bedience."
#obedience #obedient #o-bedient #barack obama #obama #far-left #shill #obamabot #obot
by psara October 22, 2013
Nickname for president Barack Obama that came about later in his first term, when he shifted away from the inspirational rhetoric of his first presidential campaign and instead started blaming all sorts of other people or groups for his administration's failures and the country's problems when questioned, instead of manning up and taking responsibility like a real leader would. Initially, the blame for current failures was directed toward former administrations (Bush). The blame game reached new heights in Obama's second term when, during the partial government shutdown of late 2013, the president said repeatedly that he would not negotiate with other elected officials, and continued to place all of the blame and responsibility for the shutdown on others (notably, Republicans in congress) even resorting to highly inflammatory rhetoric. The Obama administration subsequently made many eye-raising decisions about what to keep up open versus what to close from the general public during the shutdown; these decisions appeared to be made to make the American people "feel the pain" of the shutdown who would have otherwise not noticed, and drum up anger and blame toward congress.
"Did you hear that the Obama administration gave permission for a big rally of illegal immigrants on the National Mall, but still has numerous other parks and monuments closed off to US citizens? I bet the Blamer-in-Chief will try to imply the open-air monuments were barrycaded by Ted Cruz, LOL!"
#barack obama #blamer-in-chief #blamer in chief #partial government shutdown #barrycade #spite house #the spite house #grow a pair #man up
by psara October 09, 2013
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