There are a few instances in which Neal Boortz drives me a little nuts, but 95% of a perfect mind is still 95% perfection, and 100% smarter than even the most intelligent of liberals. But then again, comparing your average conservative to the greatest of liberals is like comparing Einstein to Raymond Babitt (Rain Man), except libs seem to lack the "savant" part of "idiot savant."
Anyway, to the point. I'm reading the daily program notes for Neal Boortz, and going through many of the articles he refers to. Among them are a few that I think help justify points made in the last post. For your reading pleasure:
US Born al-Qaida spokesman scumbag Adam Gadahn notes that Obama is no longer the popular man he once was a year or so ago. Like I said, friends and foes alike know that he is a pathetic excuse for a leader. When a third world rag-head hunkered in a bunker calls you a punk, you're probably nothing but a punk.
If I were given to idolatry as easily as the Obama-loving, latte-sipping American Idol types, then Mark Steyn would certainly top the list of my personal heroes. My own militant heterosexuality aside, I do believe I could consider leaving my wife for this man. Here's one of his recent articles, wherein he notes Obama's penchant for mediocrity. Although the article in essence parrots many of my recent statements, I would take one exception: In my not-so-humble opinion, Obama fails to even rise to the level of mediocrity.
Another great man, one whom I would like to see in the Oval office, Charles Krauthammer, recently penned an article on Obama "the Dreamer in Chief." Although I poorly articulated it, my position is that Obama desires to legislate wishful thinking. Sir Krauthammer seems to think along those lines as well.
Although they focus on the alternative energy obsession shared by Presidents Carter and Obama, here's one by a foreign source which draws one of many Obama/Carter comparisons. I maintain that their largest commonalities are ineptitude and spinelessness in facing our enemies.
Ross Douthat of the NYT describes the dissatisfaction of liberals with the most liberal President in history. There are a couple minor points I would take issue with in the article, but the overall view is on point, and the last line is particularly keen.
Fred Barnes believes that liberals are running on empty. It seems to be so, but never doubt the insane activism of socialist radicals.
So there we have it, and that's just the recent stuff. Our enemies see the clown-in-chief's weakness (as do our allies). He is increasingly noted as an ineffective leader given to mediocrity (as Sir Steyn puts it), and favors the legislation of liberal fantasies rather than pesky preoccupations with real world problems and solutions. Despite the legions of sheep-like fanbois who in their delusions still cling to "hope" for their Messiah, it is getting harder and harder for those adults amongst us to make excuses for this guy. Never before has any star shone so brightly, and plummeted so quickly.
This is what we get for voting for "cool." Let's hope that we maintain our resolve to see this moron out of office.