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Never Fellate A Sociopath

06 May 2014 @ 14:29

Via Daniel Halper, over at The Weekly Standard, we learn that New Yorker Editor and Presidential Fellator David Remnick is a sad little man enveloped in a catamitian miasma:

“And that’s what’s frustrating to me sometimes about Obama is that the world seems to disappoint him,” he continued to laughter from others on the TV set. “Republicans disappoint him, Bashar al-Assad disappoints him, Putin as well. And the fighting spirit sometimes is lacking in the performative aspects of the presidency.”

Awww….the little mom-jean-wearing Nancy Boy is disappointed in all three billion of us Humans…now I feel sad.

I feel sad because a large number of the American People were stupid enough to vote for this Sociopath, this keening Narcissist, twice.

Tip of the fedora to Ed Driscoll, who comments:

…Obama’s minions were touting his sociopathy as a benefit as soon as it became too obvious to ignore. In 2009, the media – who view the world through print, the camera lens, and leftwing groupthink — excused away Obama’s myriad flaws and massive ego combined with a staggering naivety about the world by dubbing him “President Spock.” This helped, at least temporarily, to explain away his lifetime spent trapped in the academic-political bubble, rather than the real world of business or even actual executive accomplishments in political office being being dubbed leader of the free world. But sooner or later, President Spock had to attempt to govern, and Remnick’s pathetic summation today — too much apparently for even MSNBC — is merely the latest apology by the media for their original lack of vetting.

I don’t know about you but, as long as the fictional character known as ‘Barack Hussein Obama’ lives, I intend to keep on disappointing him.

[NOTE: Stacy McCain Tweet added at 1901 hours.]

5 Comments
  1. Libertarian Advocate permalink
    06 May 2014 @ 17:43 17:43

    Never Fellate A Sociopath

    I hereby nominate that post title for Blog Post Title of the Year Award.

  2. 06 May 2014 @ 18:17 18:17

    Reblogged this on That Mr. G Guy's Blog.

  3. Starless permalink
    07 May 2014 @ 08:33 08:33

    I don’t think there was a more clear indication that we were dealing with a cult than when journalists and other slavering sycophants started referring to Zero as “President Spock” and the “Nerd President”, suggesting that he was just so goddamned smart that he couldn’t interact normally with people, because it was plain to anyone with the slightest sense of objectivity and skepticism that when you looked past his thin academic credentials, you could see that the guy is incurious and lacks analytic skills and finesse. To believe otherwise, a person would have to willfully delude himself. As an example, ask yourself this: assuming that the federal manned space program of 2008 really was flawed and unworkable, do you imagine that a hypothetical President Nerd Spock would have used a meat cleaver or a scalpel to try to fix it? Well, President Obama chose to use a meat cleaver. And that’s his approach to every single policy he deals with — chop, chop, hack, hack — yet his cheerleaders insist that his butcher shop approach to solving problems is, in fact, that of a skilled surgeon, we’re just too slow-witted and morally corrupt to see it.

  4. Rich Fader permalink
    07 May 2014 @ 18:22 18:22

    I would have sworn this was going to be about…another president.

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