Tuesday, July 14, 2009

BO's MO: Call Everyone's Work on the Planet (Except for That of His Predecessors) Extraordinary and Splendid and Heroic

  • "Great Britain has played an extraordinary role in this coalition" Obama told Sky News.
  • “I am aware of not only the extraordinary work you have done on behalf of the Russian people in your previous role as prime minister — as president — but in your current role as prime minister” Obama told Vladimir Putin (three months after speaking of his "excellent meeting with President Medvedev of Russia").
  • "Congress, overall, has been making extraordinary progress" Obama told NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman.
  • And then there was the time during the first debate that Obama told the nation's voters (i.e., the conservative voters) — not really the troops themselves, mind you — that the work of America's troops overseas was "splendid" and "heroic".
Now Obama may be right — he is (obviously)! — in the first and last examples above, but when everyone and everything is extraordinary, then, coming from him, talk is cheap…

Here is Obama's modus operandi:

Call everything "extraordinary" or "splendid", foreign as well as domestic — with the singular exception of his predecessors', i.e., his own nation's, foreign policy (and much of the internal policies as well) — and expect everybody on the planet (with the singular exception of clueless American conservative retards) to take this at face value, go "Awwww" (with a starry-eyed look), and start coming together and cooperating, all under the aegis of Obama himself, of course…

This comes directly, logically, and naturally as the other side of the coin of the apologizer-in-chief's incessant regrets for his nation's actions and explains why it is that America and its allies must invariably be dissed while the world's dictatorships must just as invariably be kowtowed to (and have their actions, work, etc, be called extraordinary, etc).

Yup! That's it: that's how hope'n'change works (and aren't we silly not to have understood — and tried — that in decades, and centuries, past?!)…

Update: Daniel Henninger has more on Obama and the Speech

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