I would agree...people like stories. They’d like to believe in something. When you go back to the brief Kennedy period, this was all about a story. It worked in that case.
And after 'Story Time' he hands out skim milk and carrots to the American people and then they take their nap...
“Nearly a decade later, Obama introduced himself to the country with a stirring speech at the 2004 Democratic convention in which he conceded, ‘I stand here knowing that my story is part of the larger American story ... and that in no other country on Earth is my story even possible.’ “
obama is actually quite correct in his statement. With the
diehard lefties willingly believing known falsehoods, and the mindless believing all the lies of the MSM, and another crowd just not caring, then yes, his story is possible.
Oh, gee, golly, gosh. I just can’t wait until he writes the official “story” of his “presidency.” /massive sarcasm
Jonah is wrong on one detail—McCain was tortured by the North Vietnamese, not by the Viet Cong (who were in South Vietnam).
More like a Sordid Presidency.