Connecting Dots November 9, 2010Posted by lizp4 in Uncategorized.
Rush’s show on Monday morning was VERY interesting. I think a lot of us have pondered the current resident’s psychological condition for some time now, but were not able to really put a finger on what might be going on in the people’s House, or hesitated to mention it. I’m no expert, but I am a long-time people-watcher, and watching him in action has raised a LOT of flags. (The image that arises when I think about his stability looks like a head with a bunch of those little surveyors’ flags sticking out all over it. (Not to mention the admitted cocaine use in the past.)
If the staff of said resident is getting a. concerned; b. overbearing; or c. tired of covering up for that resident, I can understand that there would be more than a bit of letting very small cats out of very large bags. But it doesn’t take a rocket scientist or a full-fledged psychiatrist to connect the current resident’s extremely fragile dots.
Under a., would be the democrats and virtually everyone who voted for him. They have finally realized that the package they bought in the 2008 election was mostly empty, except for Alinsky’s Rules and a collection of Wright’s “sermons.” Under b., would be the women in his life. The poor guy is beleaguered at home. His wife and mother-in-law must be giving him a sad hour every time he sticks his head into the residence to escape Valerie Jarrett. No wonder he spends so much time on the golf course. Under c., some people in the press are beginning to get tired of making excuses for his stupid decisions and of covering up for him on those occasions when he knocks his head on the floor for the Saudi king, or pulls some other declasse’ stunt. Yah, things at that address are not copacetic these days…
Seriously, something is slipping in that man’s brain, and has been for a long time, and it has been plenty obvious to people who observe these kinds of things.