Just Sayin’, Is All January 26, 2009Posted by lizp4 in Uncategorized.
I think what’s-his-name is going to lose this little clash with Rush.
For one thing, Rush is a seasoned deulist against the left. And challenging him to “do something about it” is not for the faint of heart. Ignorant people (like Harry Reid) have attempted it, and wound up with not just egg, but something smelly and brown all over their faces. And all the gullible co-signers of Reid’s backfiring missive should feel a certain amount of touch-hole tightening at the prospect of their chosen leader attempting to go head to head with El Rushbo.
For another thing, what’s-his-name (let’s just call him “WHN”) knows he won by hook and crook and that his victory is hollow. For petty crooks like him, any victory is worth the work, but this was only a victory in name. According to him, he’s entitled to the job. Just take a look at some of the shots of him with his chin in the air, or his face lifted and eyes closed, basking in the glow. He is completely aware that ACORN’s tactics and George Soros’s honeypot got him this election, and that if the facts ever get into the general public about his non-citizenship and his Marxist past, a lot of disillusioned people are going to be shouting for his cabeza.
Not only that, but when all the crap that he promised the masses doesn’t materialize quite like his worshippers think it’s supposed to, there are going to be a lot of disappointed, disgusted people milling around outside the White House fence, shouting for their mortgages to be paid and for their free gasoline vouchers. For this reason, he is very defensive. He is emotionally reacting, instead of being a cool, unflappable leader familiar with having the upper hand. Any plans for prosecuting George Bush and Dick Cheney will have to take a back seat to putting out the brush fires in the ‘hoods.
So, when he remarked that nothing could get done by listening to Rush, he was emotional, personal, defensive, and ignorant. Ignorant, because he didn’t know just how effective Rush is at getting things done. For someone who is supposed to be such a good street fighter, WHN seems to have lost his touch. Maybe he campaigned a little too long and lost his edge.
I think he is so emotionally and personally invested in being king that his daydreams are becoming where he lives. He seems jealous of Rush’s ability to keep a very large listening audience glued to their radios for over twenty years. Jealousy often makes people defensive, and causes them to react rather than to act.
Even the adoring press, proud sycophants and suckups one and all, are incurring some rather sharp and impatient reactions from the king of the world. Snippy replies, arrogantly placing his hand on the shoulder of a reporter, condescending instructions to not ask questions when not in a press conference should be a red flag to the press that their adored one is more human than they could have thought possible.
Although WHN has read and taken to heart Saul Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals,” I don’t think it’s too much of a stretch to know that Rush has read it, too. And I also believe that Rush is a successful, practicing student of Sun Tzu’s “The Art Of War.” Whateve it is, Rush is the cool, unflappable pro, and WHN is the crying bully who’s had his bluff called. I think there is going to be a lot of very interesting things happening in this situation. At the risk of sounding like an instigator, I’m hoping it won’t the the only time WHN tries to lock horns with the Maha Rushie.
Furthermore, WHN has surrounded himself with seasoned Clintonites for whatever reason, but then, inexplicably, he put a real Clinton right in the middle of everything. Maybe he’s hoping his VP will strangle on that foot that always seems to be stuck in his mouth, so he can replace him with the Queen of Diamonds. Whatever is going on there deserves watching. And Hillary’s peeps are probably still more than a little loyal/scared when it comes to Madame Clinton. Just whose wagon will these people jump onto if the king of the world starts to lose his bearings?
One last thing: I’m no psychiatrist. But I have always enjoyed being a people-watcher. One of the things I noticed about WHN early in the campaign is that he seems to have some deep mental/psychological problems, which show up when he is stressed, challenged, or when he thinks no one is looking. Now, I am not saying he’s crazy. Not by a long shot. But I do think that he has some narcissistic tendencies that might just get in the way of his ability to lead, govern, and protect. (I’m just sayin’ is all.)
Now — If there was just some way to shut up Nancy Pelosi and dingy Harry Reid.