post by Geoffrey P. Hunt. on American Thinker Aug. 31, 2009
The following is an interesting article. You might ask how long Dr. Hunt can remain at NIH (National Institutes of Health) once the White House gets wind of this article. Dr. Hunt is a social and cultural anthropologist. He has had nearly 30 years experience in planning, conducting, and managing research in the field of youth studies, and drug and alcohol research. Currently Dr. Hunt is a Senior Research Scientist at the Institute for Scientific Analysis and the Principal Investigator on three National Institutes on Health projects. He is also a writer for American Thinker.
The puppet is on track to have the most spectacularly failed presidency since Woodrow Wilson. In the modern era, we’ve seen several failed presidencies—led by Jimmy Carter and LBJ. Failed presidents have one strong common trait—they are repudiated, in the vernacular, spat out. Of course, LBJ wisely took the exit ramp early, avoiding a shove into oncoming traffic by his own party. Richard Nixon indeed resigned in disgrace, yet his reputation as a statesman has been partially restored by his triumphant overture to China 20.
But, the puppet is failing. Failing big. Failing fast. And failing everywhere—foreign policy, domestic initiatives, and most importantly, in forging connections with the American people. The incomparable Dorothy Rabinowitz in the Wall Street Journal put her finger on it—“He is failing because he has no understanding of the American people, and may indeed loathe them.” Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard says he is failing because he has lost control of his message, and is overexposed. Clarice Feldman of American Thinker produced a dispositive commentary showing that the puppet is failing because fundamentally he is neither smart nor articulate; his intellectual dishonesty is conspicuous by its audacity and lack of shame.
[On Ms. Rabinowitz's description, I agree totally and this is because he is NOT an American. He is a Moslem and Moslems hate the West, clearly hates Americans! On Feldman's view, this has been my argument all along. He lacks intelligence. It is so clear. Ever hear him talk with out his machines in front of him?]
But, there is something more seriously wrong—How could a new president riding in on a wave of unprecedented promise and goodwill have forfeited his tenure and become a lame duck in six months? [Because he is a puppet with the IMF pulling the strings.] His poll ratings are in free fall. In generic balloting, the Republicans have now seized a five point advantage. This truly is unbelievable. What’s going on?
No narrative. The puppet doesn’t have a narrative. No, not a narrative about himself. He has a self-narrative, much of it fabricated, cleverly disguised or written by someone else. [The puppet on a string.] But this self-narrative is isolated and doesn’t connect with us. He doesn’t have an American narrative that draws upon the rest of us. All successful Presidents have a narrative about the American character that intersects with their own where they display a command of history and reveal an authenticity at the core of their personality that resonates in a positive endearing way with the majority of Americans. We admire those Presidents whose narratives not only touch our own, but who seem stronger, wiser, and smarter than we are. Presidents we admire are aspirational peers, even those whose politics don’t align exactly with our own—Teddy Roosevelt, FDR, Harry Truman, Ike, and Reagan.
[This is because, my dear Americans, he was not born with a conscious. He is a sociopath and he is manipulating you. He was placed in the White House and you all bought into it because of his color. You were played and the IMF knew exactly what they were doing. Admit it. Those of you who voted for him didn't vote because of his promises but because he was black making King's dream come true. The only thing—he didn't hold King's values or ethics! You were blind-sided.]
But not this puppet. It’s not so much that he’s a phony, knows nothing about economics, and is historically illiterate and woefully small
minded for the size of the task—all contributory of course. [And I thought I was the only one who thought this!] It’s that he’s not one of us. And whatever he is, his profile is fuzzy and devoid of content, like a cardboard cutout made from delaminated corrugated paper. Moreover, he doesn’t command our respect and is unable to appeal to our own common sense. His notions of right and wrong are repugnant and how things work just don’t add up. They are not existential. His descriptions of the world we live in don’t make sense and don’t correspond with our experience.
In the meantime, while we’ve been struggling to take a measurement of this man, he’s dissed just about every one of us—financiers, energy producers, banks, insurance executives, police officers, doctors, nurses, hospital administrators, post office workers, and anybody else who has a non-green job. Expect the puppet to lament at his last press conference in 2012—”For those of you I offended, I apologize. For those of you who were not offended, you just didn’t give me enough time; if only I’d had a second term, I could have offended you, too.”
Mercifully, the Founders at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 devised a useful remedy for such a desperate state—staggered terms for both houses of the legislature and the executive. An equally abominable Congress can get voted out next year. With a new Congress, there’s always hope of legislative gridlock until we vote for president again two short years after that. Yes, small Presidents do fail, the puppet among them. The coyotes howl but the wagon train keeps rolling along.
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“The more corrupt the state, the more it legislates.” —Tacitus
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