Sunday, March 20, 2011

The Fukushima 50 And
The White House Cipher

by Clarice Feldman - March 20th, 2011 - The American Thinker

... it is hard to believe that this blurb from the official White House web page could be real, but I am sad to report this infantile, narcissistic, piece of tripe, utterly lacking in empathy or dignity is authentic:

As he does every year, the President filled out his brackets predicting the winners of the men's and women's NCAA basketball tournaments, but discussing it with Doris Burke of ESPN, he began with a call to stand with the people of Japan:
One of the things I wanted to do on the show was, as people are filling out their brackets -- this is obviously a national pastime; we all have a great time, it's a great diversion. But I know a lot of people are thinking how can they help the Japanese people during this time of need. If you go to -- -- that will list all the nonprofits, the charities that are helping out there. It would be wonderful for people to maybe offer a little help to the Japanese people at this time -- as they're filling out their brackets. It's not going to take a lot of time. That's It could be really helpful.

In another time, people would already be chiseling the name of such an inept leader off all official tablets to hide from history his having reached such an exalted place . As it is, perhaps we will have to settle for the unmaking of all the acts and legislation undertaken in his name, Already in Asbury Park, N. J., one of the first schools named for him has been shut down. It was an elementary school where the community spent $36,000 per pupil only to get low test scores in return. Somehow it seems fitting.

It is hard to know what else to say. After posting the infantile gibberish included above on his web site, Obama took off on Air Force One on another of his frequent vacations, this time to Brazil. While out of the country, he launched war against Iraq, in total conflict with his previous claims that such an action would be unconstitutional. Even though I support the removal of Qaddafi, it seems that Obama could have at least taken sending our troops into harms way seriously enough that he would stay in the White House as it started. Obama proves once again, he could care less. Our press, once again, sees NOTHING wrong with anything Obama does.


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