Skip to comments.The Tragic Illusion Of Obama's Fine Mind (Half the public wants to see his transcripts)
Posted on 06/27/2012 5:32:12 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The Obama Record: As it becomes clear our "brilliant" president has failed to turn the economy around, a poll shows half of Americans want to know how he did in college.
Forty-nine percent of respondents to an exclusive IBD/TIPP survey say they agree that Obama "should release his academic records" before November. Only 28% strongly disagree. Seven percent answered "not sure."
Voters got a look at the college coursework and grades of President Bush, as well as Democratic challengers Al Gore and John Kerry. Obama, however, refuses to release his transcripts, despite media requests.
It's natural voters would now wonder about his academic performance. Other polls show they're increasingly unhappy with his job performance.
With signs the economy may be slipping back into recession, and the president's economic policies looking woefully ineffective, many voters are waking up to the notion he may not be nearly as smart as he's made out to be.
Obama's storied intellect simply isn't measuring up to the hype created by media sycophants like MSNBC's Chris Matthews, who's called him "very smart," or historians like Michael Beschloss, who said he's "probably the smartest guy ever to become president."
Coming into office on the heels of a tongue-tied predecessor, the well-spoken Obama was supposed to have all the answers. But it turns out he doesn't know any better. His bright ideas, from energy policy to health care and jobs, haven't worked...
(Excerpt) Read more at news.investors.com ...
My wife is an RN - she says that’s pretty close to normal pronunciation. Also o-b-jiney, o-b-giney...it’s an audience full of nurses, so it’s probably practiced. OTOH he definitely said corpse-men...
Yep, we’ll keep hounding him about it.....
Arrgh, meant to say,” requests and rumors will dog him....”
The most recent televised example was during the speech in the Rose garden on healthcare when they handed out white coats to the attending “doctors”. Pretty much any time he talks about doctors, but you have to pay attention or you won’t notice it.
Wow! Great work.