Passages From 'The Amateur:'
I found a couple of 'interesting' passages in "The Amateur's" Chapter 6, "Drinking The obama Kool-Aid," but let me set the stage for those passages. On June 30, 2009, "Clown Prince" obama invited nine leftist historians
[Doris Kearns Goodwin, Michael Beschloss, Robert Caro, Robert Dallek, David Brinkley, H.W. Brands, David Kennedy, Kenneth Mack and Gary Wills]
to dinner and drinks in the barackingham Palace family quarters. This conclave was to be private, confidential and off-the-record! Both Rahm Emanuel and Valarie Jarrett--The Bilderberg Group's representatives in the Regime--were in attendance, presumably to keep obama on the Bilderberger message.
The prime reason for this meeting was
(p57) for the "Clown Prince" to 'determine how he could become a 'transformational' president and change the historic trajectory of America's domestic and foreign policy;'
(p57) [among other things] the "Clown Prince" would 'pass legislation in Washington to revolutionize the country's healthcare system and energy policy. And he'd inject the regulatory hand of the federal government into the American economy in an effort to create "a more just and equitable society."'
(p58) 'It was, by any measure, a breathtaking display of narcissistic gradiosity from a man whose entire political curriculum vitae consisted of seven undistinguished years in the Illinois Senate, two mostly absent years in the United States Senate and five months and ten days in [barackingham Palace]. Unintentionally, obama revealed the characteristics that made him totally unsiuited for the presidency and that would doom him to failure: his extreme haughtiness and excessive pride; his ideological bent as a far-left corporatist; his astounding amateurism.'
(p58) 'Those characteristics had already set the pattern of his presidency. He conducted his own foreign policy more than any previous president, including Richard Nixon. He made all the decisions, because he believed that only he understoood the issues. He spent his evenings writing decision papers on foreign affairs when, instead, he should have delegated that chore to experts and devoted his time to befriending members of Congress in order to get his bills passed. He still loved making speeches to large, adoring crowds, but he compalined to foreign leader on the QT that he had to waste precious hours talking with "congressmen from Palookaville."'
Now--I ask you--is this the president you voted for?!?
'Splain to me again why YOU elected this Verdammte Arschloch!?!