President Obama’s on a roll this week.
First, he tells the Supreme Court it doesn’t have authority to overturn his healthcare plan, then he tells a group of clergy at a White House Easter breakfast how great it was to celebrate “a son of God” (probably thinking he’s one, too), then he tops it off by telling the media how to report on him and his activities.
“As all of you are doing your reporting,” Obama told reporters, “I think it’s important to remember that the positions that I am taking now on the budget and a host of other issues, if we had been having this discussion 20 years ago or even 15 years ago would have been considered squarely centrist positions.”
Ba DA bum.
He’ll be here all week, folks. Unfortunately.
Obama’s narcissistic personality has been in full view of late, even more than usual.
Taken with the recent open-mic incident in which he promised the Russians he’d be more flexible after his re-election, Obama’s confidence in his continued authority leads to a strong suspicion that the fix is in. Again.
It’s been obvious from the first time a nobody named Barack Obama took the stage at the 2004 Democratic convention that there were powerful forces behind him that were bent on putting him in the White House, and that there were people in the media who knew about it.
Maureen Dowd may be one of those people. You couldn’t prove it beyond a doubt, but her hissy fit about the Supreme Court this week coupled with Obama’s threats are a hint that she and he may have some shared information that the “secret” initial vote in the court went against Obama.
Dowd also features in the early Obama presidential lore. She was one of the prominent supporters of his candidacy in 2006, and she made a crack in a column about his big ears. He later approached her at a press conference to complain, and Coach Maureen told him, “We’re just trying to toughen you up.”
William Dean Singleton, Associated Press chairman and owner of close to 200 newspapers, including more than 50 dailies, is another big Obama supporter. Singleton practically gave an Obama stump speech this week when introducing the president at an AP luncheon.
Recently, World Net Daily ran a story about the former mail carrier of the Ayers family — as in home-grown terrorist Bill Ayers — who recalled meeting a young man he believes was Barack Obama. That young man, years before Obama would have entered politics, confidently told the mail carrier that he was going to be president.
Along similar lines, there’s the story reported before Obama’s election (but buried and ignored by most media) about how Khalid al-Mansour, Saudi royal family agent and mentor to Black Panther founder Huey Newton, pressed former Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton to pull strings to get Obama into Harvard Law School.
Then you have the story from businessman Tom Fife, who was traveling in Russia in 1992 and was told by a Communist acquaintance that America would “very soon” have a black president who was communist.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg that is Obama. Of course, the lamestream media couldn’t find that iceberg if they were piloting the Titanic.
Then throw in the whole birth certificate fraud for a complete picture of why our president is so confident.
At some point, you have to accept the obvious conclusion, that Obama could have been born halfway between here and the moon, and he still would have had a “Hawaiian” certificate and landed in the Oval Office.
It’s not so much “Manchurian Candidate” as it is “Revenge of the Sith.”