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Posted on 07/26/2013 6:41:07 AM PDT by National Review
President Obama ran against cynicism and defined his presidency by it.
By Jonah Goldberg
My rival in this race, President Obama announced early in 2007, is not other candidates. Its cynicism. Sadly, its now evident cynicism won.
In a much-hyped speech at Knox College on Wednesday, Obama sought to pivot back to the economy as the journalistic cliché goes and shape the issue environment for the 2014 congressional elections.
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Did anyone see (I think on Fox News) the other day where they put a patchwork of Obama speeches dating all the way back to his Senatorial charade. They lined it up where it sounded pretty good. It made a strong point. The speeches he is giving today are the same as they were 8 years ago. You could take excerpt out of all his speeches and mix and match whatever you wanted and the exact same content would emerge.
I’d call him a One-Trick-Pony but that would be insulting to circus animals everywhere.
He sees it slipping away.
He’s running scared-—on his knees prostrate, all puckered up-— sucking up to illegals like there was no tomorrow.
Thinks they’re the solution to his problems-—thinks they’re gonna save Dems, and him, in 20124.
O has an identity problem. He keeps morphing into different characters.
In 2008 he was Reagan-—then he was Lincoln, then Roosevelt.
Lately he’s Trayvon-—wears a hoodie to Cabinet meetings (cackle).
Is he on his knees or is he prostrate?
...both...5 times a day.
He gets on his knees to beg for votes-—but was ordered to be prostrate in obeisance if he expects to get any votes.