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Dullard-In-Chief

07 February 2012 @ 17:19

ITEM: DEFINITION OF THE WORD ‘DULLARD’:

The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition:

A person regarded as mentally dull; a dolt.

-Princeton University’s Word Net 3.0:

1. dullard – a person who is not very bright;

dolt, pillock, poor fish, pudden-head, pudding head, stupe, stupid, stupid person

berk – a stupid person who is easy to take advantage of

blockhead, bonehead, dumbass, dunce, dunderhead, fuckhead, hammerhead, knucklehead, loggerhead, lunkhead, muttonhead, numskull, shithead – a stupid person;

klutz – (Yiddish) a clumsy dolt

simpleton, simple – a person lacking intelligence or common sense

2. dullard – a person who evokes boredom

bore

disagreeable person, unpleasant person – a person who is not pleasant or agreeable

gasbag, windbag – a boring person who talks a great deal about uninteresting topics

nudnick, nudnik – (Yiddish) someone who is a boring pest

platitudinarian – a bore who makes excessive use of platitudes

stuffed shirt – a bore who is extremely formal, pompous, and old-fashioned

ITEM: OBAMA & THE SUPER BOWL:

From the White House Dossier, Keith Koffler reporting, we learn:

President Obama watched the Super Bowl Sunday night with Michelle and the girls.

I assume the campaign stepped in on this one.

Since taking office, Obama has had a number of disastrous PR events that were also known as Super Bowl Parties.

The tradition is that the president invites members of Congress from the states of the competing cities, and perhaps other favored lawmakers, to hang out with him and watch the game go down. It’s a chance to build some bridges and have a nice time, while nobody gets hurt except the football players.

But Obama, it is well know, eschews the schmooze.

The president, who famously hates to speak with members of Congress, is known to pass out some cookies and then ACTUALLY WATCH the game while largely ignoring the cackling politicos trying to get in some presidential suck up time.

He probably sets back the cause of Congressional relations more than he advances it.

I’m not much of a football fan, but, if I were President, I would certainly keep the old tradition alive and have the manners to mingle with my guests.

Some more words that apply to Little Barry:

drip, namby-pamby, ninny, milksop, inane, insipid, a drag, a pill

Regarding that last word: I think we’ve overdosed on this clown.

3 Comments
  1. Sean Breslin permalink
    07 February 2012 @ 18:42 18:42

    Yeah…getting sick of watching him interrupt my Super Bowl Sunday with his campaign that hasn’t ended at all during his term as President.

  2. M. Thompson permalink
    08 February 2012 @ 23:18 23:18

    Stop insulting the children by comparing that nitwit to them!

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