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The Spot-On Quote Of The Day… [Update on 16FEB2010 at 0759]

15 February 2010 @ 18:51

…is awarded to Russ, proprietor of That’s Right, for his penetrating insight into the mental attributes of that ludicrous lungwort of a man known as Barack Hussein Obama: 

The other reason I occasionally feel sorry for Obama is that he’s not a learner. I don’t think he was ever a learner before he became President and it’s all too clear after a year in office that he’s not one now. Any sensible, rational person learns three things from looking at and studying the political philosophy best characterized as “collectivism” and that is that, 1) it didn’t work, 2) it will never work, and 3) most importantly, it cannot work. Barack Obama is simply an absorber and a regurgitator; he is not a learner. His comments in his early life, on the campaign and during his first year in office are literally plagiarized from any collegiate socialist textbook. There’s no learning involved. There’s no contemplation involved. There is only a desperate need to believe in something that he hadn’t found anywhere else. 

Spot-on.  There’s more good insight from Russ to be found by clicking here

SIDENOTE: The title of his post is Sometimes I Feel Sorry For Barack Obama.  I never feel sorry for this sorry excuse of a man.  Any problems he has, any sadness he feels, is as a direct result of his vaulting ambition and extreme arrogance.  Russ, as you can see, thinks differently, but, as you can see from the following, he is certainly not a squish: 

You have to feel at least a little sorry for mindless drones who know of only one position on any given issue and have utterly failed to learn how to learn about anything else. Admittedly, I only feel this way sometimes because ultimately it’s Barack Obama’s fault. But today is one of those days and I just wanted to let him know it. 

Tomorrow is another day. 

Methinks his sorrow is born out of pity for the poor Golden Child. 

Tomorrow is another day!

Photo of Russ taken on Transvestite Tuesday
[which may explain why he has trouble getting dates] 

UPDATE on 16 February 2010 at 0759… 

In the comments section, Roxeanne, one of the mistresses of Haemet, left this spot-on analysis of Barry O: 

If you listen to the man, read his writings, and hear his speeches, it’s pretty clear that he’s smart compared to the average person, but, among smart people, would not be considered to be very special. There’s no flash of insight, penetrating analysis, or unique ideas to come out of his brain. 

If you ever feel like abusing yourself, read his Law Review note. Most halfway competent bloggers produce better analysis; it’s sad that no one would expect better out of someone who was admitted into Harvard and graduated with honours. 

6 Comments
  1. 15 February 2010 @ 22:18 22:18

    “You like me….you really, really like me…”

    Bob, I don’t know what to say so I’ll just say thanks pal.

    Russ

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      16 February 2010 @ 07:57 07:57

      Say, Russ, that you won’t wear the dresses out in public anymore; we conservatives have it rough enough as it is — we don’t need to look like Conservatives in Britain.

      • 16 February 2010 @ 14:48 14:48

        I can’t promise I’ll try…but I’ll try to try.

  2. 15 February 2010 @ 23:47 23:47

    If you listen to the man, read his writings, and hear his speeches, it’s pretty clear that he’s smart compared to the average person, but, among smart people, would not be considered to be very special. There’s no flash of insight, penetrating analysis, or unique ideas to come out of his brain.

    If you ever feel like abusing yourself, read his Law Review note. Most halfway competent bloggers produce better analysis; it’s sad that no one would expect better out of someone who was admitted into Harvard and graduated with honours.

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