Monday, June 21, 2010

Holographic Obama To Vanish?

Maybe, but not yet. America's destruction is not complete and the people are yet to emerge from their comatose state.

Obama: The epitome of mediocrity
Oleaginous Obama is even making fans queasy
Washington Times
By Mark Steyn

"I believe it was Jean Giraudoux who first said, 'Only the mediocre are always at their best.' Barack Obama was supposed to be the best, the very best, and yet he is always, reliably, consistently mediocre. His speech on oil was no better or worse than his speech on race. Yet the Obammyboppers who once squealed with delight are weary of last year's boy band. At the end of the big Oval Office address, Keith Olbermann, Chris Matthews and the rest of the MSNBC gang jeered the president. For a bewildered President Obama, it must have felt like his Ceausescu balcony moment."

...What had he done to so enrage his full supporting chorus? In The Washington Post, the reaction of longtime Obammysoxer Eugene Robinson was headlined 'Obama disappoints from the beginning of his speech.'

"So what? He always 'disappoints.'...

The Times' Maureen Dowd deplored his 'bloodless quality' and 'emotional detachment.' This is the same Maureen Dowd who in 2009 hailed the new presidency with a column titled 'Spock at the Bridge' - and she meant it as a compliment."...

'President Obama said he is going to use the Gulf disaster to push a new energy bill through Congress,' observed Jay Leno. 'How about using the Gulf disaster to fix the Gulf disaster?'

When he did get specific, he sounded faintly surreal."

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