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Monday, November 23, 2009

Ground-level Is Too High

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“Barack Obama looked tired on Thursday, as he stood in the Blue House in Seoul, the official residence of the South Korean president. He also seemed irritable and even slightly forlorn. The CNN cameras had already been set up. But then Obama decided not to play along, and not to answer the question he had already been asked several times on his trip: what did he plan to take home with him? Instead, he simply said ‘thank you, guys’, and disappeared. David Axelrod, senior advisor to the president, fielded the journalists' questions in the hallway of the Blue House instead, telling them that the public's expectations had been ‘too high’.”
— ‘By Gabor Steingart, 11/23/2009 (SPIEGEL ONLINE)’
What did "the public" expect — results? Just who are these so-called "public"? Kool-Aid is popular in Jonestown and the San Francisco Bay Area, but half of America knew hopey-dopey was horseshit. We just couldn't convince the other half that free lunch was a fig leaf of the unimaginative.

David Axelrod has devoted his life to the everlasting glorification of His Oneness (as have I). But, unlike Axelrod, Rahm "It Up Your Ass" Emanuel, and their army of drones, ordinary mortals have to eat, sleep, and take the occasional dump. Not the professional glorifiers, however. They have limitless stores of horseshit they dispense 24/7.

Spare me the comparisons to Carter. At least Carter, despite his Jew-hatred and the lust in his heart, was basically harmless. Everyone knew he was (and continues to be) a schmuck. But The Obama, He is something else. He is a Chicago wolf in so-called "nice guy" sheep's clothing. And the sheeple keep drinking his Kool-Aid. There is a non-vanishing probability that he will lead the Nation to Jonestown before his term is up.

Post #1,015 Ground-level Is Too High

1 comment:

  1. We may not be in Jonestown, but you can sure as hell see it from here.

    I feel like the first guy crossing eastern Colorado, looking up from the seat on the Conestoga, and seeing the ragged blue horizon of the Rocky Mountains. According to legend, he said "Maw, we've fought Injuns and set bones, sweat blood and shed tears. And we moved on. But we're stoppin' here. Git the young'uns down and unload yer Mam's chiffonier."