Monday, March 09, 2009


Over his head?

As far as this learned feller is concerned -- I do have advanced degree in political history -- one B. Hussein Obama was politically over his head about 30 seconds after he announced his bid for the presidency. He don't know shit 'bout basic economics -- check out this Web site's archive if you are a doubter -- and, well, check this out (from the Campaign for Working Families PAC):

Is President Obama already overwhelmed by the burdens of the presidency? According to a report in the London Telegraph this weekend, he is, and that explains a series of mistakes he has made in these first weeks. The Telegraph article quotes numerous unnamed sources both in and out of government.

One source said, "Obama is overwhelmed," and can’t “attend to economic issues” while also formulating "the national security agenda." A Democrat strategist quotes White House aides who say, "The president has regularly appeared worn out and drawn during evening work sessions with senior staff in the West Wing." They say he has had to "hurry back from eating dinner with his family … to conduct urgent government business." Another strategist said of Obama, "There have been flashes of irritation when he thinks he’s being pushed to make a decision sooner than he wants to make it."

Can this really be true? Less than 50 days in office and the president is already worn out? What happens if there is a 9/11-type crisis on top of what he is already dealing with? Many of us raised questions about whether Barack Obama was prepared to be president. Community organizer, state senator for eight years, United States Senator for four years. His résumé hardly inspires confidence. The world doesn’t wait until a president is ready to govern.

The new president would be well advised to cancel his initiatives on socialized medicine and his planned environmental tax hikes until he gets his work load down to reviving our economy.

Any Obama-voter who's not feeling pretty fuckin' stupid right now, he or she, well, her or she is pretty fuckin' stupid ... indeed.

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