You know you have hit rock bottom, when MSNBC handmaidens Olbermann, Mathews (tingling legs), and Fineman from Newsweek criticize Obama’s Oval Office Speech for being empty and meaningless. Here a few lines that indicate the exasperation Obama’s propagandists are feeling from the President’s indifference toward America’s greatest ecological disaster.
Olbermann: “It was a great speech if you were on another planet for the last 57 days.”
Matthews compared Obama to Carter.
Olbermann: “Nothing specific at all was said.”
Matthews: “No direction.”
Howard Fineman: “He wasn’t specific enough.”
Olbermann: “I don’t think he aimed low, I don’t think he aimed at all. It’s startling.”
Howard Fineman: Obama should be acting like a “commander-in-chief.”
Matthews: Ludicrous that he keeps saying [Secretary of Energy] Chu has a Nobel prize. “I’ll barf if he does it one more time.”
Matthews: “A lot of meritocracy, a lot of blue ribbon talk.”
Matthews: “I don’t sense executive command.”
This is a radical turnaround from the last two years when this trio regarded Obama as a Moses type figure who could lead the Socialists to prominence in America and neutralize America’s Super Power status while promoting the idea of racial harmony through racial strife. He was the perfect politician, he had huge resources of questionable campaign funds and a speaking voice that wooed American voters by the millions.
Now that his inept and corrupt Chicago Machine style leadership is being exposed as the worst presidency in the last 150 years, not even his most loyal sycophants can continue to carry on the charade.
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