Skip to comments.White House Insider: "They were in shock at the presidentís behavior."
Posted on 10/25/2010 8:54:13 AM PDT by maggief
Our latest interview with the White House Insider reveals a Democratic Party civil war, with growing opposition to the Obama White House.
Authors Note: This interview took place for nearly two hours over the weekend at the office of the White House Insider. We wish to extend our gratitude for their making time to meet with us despite an extremely demanding schedule. The information contained in this interview is among the most in depth and fascinating to date, and due to the extent of information, will come in two installments. Here is installment one:
(Excerpt) Read more at newsflavor.com ...
Don't mean to be rude, but I will not believe any of this until Election night proves to be what we hope it will be.
My Faith in the Electorate has been eroded since November of 2008, and now in California we have Boxer and Moonbeam leading the polls. Nothing surprises me anymore.
If he is on meds for bi-polar disorder, increasing the drugs can result in such a manic rush that the person stops their meds because they feel fine. They then crash. I have seen this in others.
Narcissism does not exclude other disorders and borderline personality disorders occur in clusters. There is no real medication/treatment for narcissism. There are treatments for bi-polar disorder. Physicians tend to treat if they can.
Watch to see if zerO has a period of withdrawal from everyone. Reports that he is sleeping a lot or simply his absence from the public eye can be clues to the beginning of a depressive episode.
I agree about narcissists and depression. If they do exhibit (or usually state) depressive feelings, it is often manipulative and a bid for sympathy. If he appears manic while the flacks cluck about him being depressed, then I would suspect manipulation, as usual.
I completely agree. Everyone needs to get focused back on the House/Senate races! They are rope-a-doping you!
You have to read some of the earlier installments. The source does not claim to be "inside" the White House now. He only claims to have the confidence of people still in the White House.
This is the earliest one that I can find:
[...] we have the privilege of speaking with someone from within the Obama team a former member of the Obama campaign and transition team, and longtime Washington DC political insider.
Maybe you can find part 1, in which the insider is more fully described.
“And I dont mind saying so publicly now Mr. President, you are failing this country, you are failing the Democratic Party, and we will not support your further interest in doing so for another four years.”
He doesn’t mind saying so publicly, as long as he remains anonymous — hilarious ! I will believe it when I see it.
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I thought that's what journolists always did. Write just the right things for people to think it's true.
This kind of anonymous shot is like “Scott Beauchamp”’s allegations about the U.S. military in Iraq. There’s no telling how much of it is pure fabrication.
I have read (but never followed up on) that RE was more or less forced out of the WH by Obama. I wonder if that is accurate.
I’m not buying this horse crap. A “What House Insider” is going to give a two hour interview to some little blog nobody has ever heard of.
Hi maggie...I haven’t seen this website before..what is known about the author..any bona fides?
Maybe RE was forced out, but he wouldn’t directly talk to someone like this. He would have about 6 degrees of separation between himself and the person actually disseminating the info. He got too close with Blago and almost got burned.
I’m not buying any of this. It reads as though a 13 year old girl composed it.
LOL.... Maybe it’s a class project.
Greg Craig has been around the White House since January 3, 2010.
Doesn't this make the "Insider" known to the 0b0z0 executioners?
RIP Mr./Ms. Insider!
Greg Craig HASN’T been around the White House since January 3, 2010.
Personally I'm more than a little skeptical but the issues discussed are very real. The behavior noted is very much a result of lack of executive experience - those meetings aren't parties, where all one is expected to do is show up and smile. The people who mocked Bush for saying "I'm the decider" might want to reconsider.
But the Democratic party pulling the rug from under 0bama is a far more difficult matter than this casual talk seems to indicate. He has a committed constituency within the black community and certain deep pockets - Soros isn't the only one by a long way - who already find him more malleable than Hillary will be in pursuit of an agenda far more radical than might be directly approved by American voters in an open election. It could be done, of course, but whether it could be done without costing Hillary (or whoever the nominee might end up being) the election is another matter entirely, especially in the face of a strong potential candidate in Sarah Palin who already has captured a piece of the progressive ground - progressive in the sense of electing a woman as President.
What it will take is what Hillary doesn't really have - a set of programs and positions to which her candidacy may be tied. The closest thing to that, health care nationalization, has been co-opted by 0bama despite her being first on that ground. She'll have to re-invent herself in the two years she has, while undercutting her boss to the best of her ability. I wouldn't be surprised to see her resign as Secretary of State in pursuit of that objective. If she does that, watch out.
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