sitting on the edge of the sandbox, biting my tongue

October 4, 2012

Amatuer Psychology

Filed under: politics — Tags: , , , — edge of the sandbox @ 1:18 pm

On October Julianne Moore sent me an email on behalf of President Obama’s campaign titled “making our voices heard”.  Evidently this 1%-er thinks that me and her are part of the same herd.  B-listers must feel so ignored.

A day earlier I got an email from the One titled “I want to win”.  Curious title, considering that that he wants to win is supposed to be obvious.  I always had my doubts about him wanting another term because, prior to being elected the United States president, the guy never held a job, let alone a demanding job, for four years.  He must be tired by now.

Our future President champions the idea that Obama is a nice guy, just out of his depth.  I don’t think Mitt himself believes O is a nice guy, but by now it should be painfully obvious to everyone that he is, in fact, out of his depth.  It’s not just that Obama lost all the arguments in last night’s debate, but the “atmospherics” were so awful.  His smirking, looking down at the audience, refusal to look at his opponent, not knowing how to approach the podium — all of it was horrible.  One really has to be true blue obamamaniac to watch that debate and not think “This is not the leader of the free world”.  Reagan stumbled in his first debate in 1984, but came back swinging in the following round.  I somehow don’t see Obama capable of doing it.  I doubt he will relish the opportunity to explain to the American people what happened in Benghazi.

Right now Obama is looking at two more nights of humiliation on national television.  He doesn’t like his job, he doesn’t want it, but what can he do if Michelle is having so much fun?

Michelle Obama national convention

Fabulous: Michelle appears at DNC last month in a sleeveless special occasion dress

UPDATE: Related Potluck graphic here.

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7 Comments »

  1. My one disagreement with this, is that this man has been consistently underestimated again and again. I have a archive of articles confidently predicting Obama’s defeat by Jack Ryan,by Hillary Clinton,& by John Mccain (” no one tied to Wright could be elected….” & ”they don’t elect enigmas to the Oval Office”)
    I also have articles proclaiming that Obamacare was “dead”.
    Until he actually walks out of the White House ,I will not even stop to catch my breath. If he’s defeated,he may lose it & call for riots.

    Comment by robertreeddaly — October 4, 2012 @ 1:54 pm

    • Robert,
      Thank you for the reblog. I might be underestimating Obama, and I admit that I couldn’t believe his rise in 08. Actually, I still can’t believe it. He certainly has a few tricks. I see him as a good schmoozer, and somebody who knows how to play the race card.

      Comment by edge of the sandbox — October 12, 2012 @ 10:06 am

  2. Reblogged this on Glory to man in the highest and commented:
    My one disagreement with this, is that this man has been consistently underestimated again and again. I have a archive of articles confidently predicting Obama’s defeat by Jack Ryan,by Hillary Clinton,& by John Mccain (” no one tied to Wright could be elected….” & ”they don’t elect enigmas to the Oval Office”)
    I also have articles proclaiming that Obamacare was “dead”.
    Until he actually walks out of the White House ,I will not even stop to catch my breath. If he’s defeated,he may lose it & call for riots.

    Comment by robertreeddaly — October 4, 2012 @ 1:55 pm

  3. Obama is a puppet. what we still have not learned is who has been pulling his strings.

    Comment by Conservatives on Fire — October 6, 2012 @ 7:02 am

  4. How much you want to bet Michelle made O feel “like a man” by calling Romney all sorts of dirty names?

    Obama is like the guy with the glass jaw… one punch and he’s down for the count.

    Truly an Obamatard.

    Comment by Harrison — October 6, 2012 @ 4:40 pm


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