Oh, he’s a wily one. He’s a crafty one. We’ve called him a boob, with a capital B since 2007. We noted in our last article that he’s taken a successful military operation and turned it to boobery – think King Midas in reverse. Just about everyone acknowledges what we have written about the most recent boobery.
But be not deceived. He is a Boob (remember you can’t spell “Boob” without “B.O.”), of that there is no doubt. But when it comes to his own self-interest, his own self-advancement – he is a wily, crafty, master genius. That’s lantern-jawed Michelle Obama’s assessment. Ol’ “Scowly” knows whereof she speaks.
Yesterday, the crafty Boob (we know that’s an oxymoron but it accurately describes Obama) headed to New York City to
torment the citizenry give a speech designed to give himself a halo as the man who shot Liberty Valence Osama Bin Laden. Obama was accompanied at Ground Zero by Rudy Giuliani (Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton refused to be props).
Recall Rudy in 2008? Every response that came out of his mouth was “9/11″. That tactic did not help him win the Republican nomination. Barack Obama, taking a page from Rudy, wants to run an entire campaign on attacking his opponents as “racists” and now he wants to add the Bin Laden narrative to his campaign catchphrases. In short, Obama wants the capture of Bin Laden to be synonymous with his own name – we’ll call the strategy “Obama Bin Laden”.Good heavens, can we please grow the hell up? Since Sunday, the press coverage has been worse than Bush's Mission Accomplished landing and, in real time, I thought the press could never get any lower than that moment.
I had no doubt that they would match that moment in the future, they are, after all, stenographers posing as skeptical reporters; but I did not know that they could go lower.
Oh, and toss in the circus monkey that is Jon Stewart. I can't stand that man.
What a little twit he is.
The need to worship a human is really disgusting.
I know everyone doesn't have a religious faith but those of us who do -- regardless of which faith it is -- have a basic premise wherein we do not worship false gods. And those who do not have a religious faith, I usually think, don't believe because they're very focused on what can be factually proven. I don't fault them for that at all. And that's fine. But if they're really only focused on that which can be proved and footnoted and verified, then they're not worshipping at the feet of some guy.
Juana Summers (Politico) reports:
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):