Wednesday, September 9, 2009


How many wise people said before the election that the problem with Obamaphiles was that they saw Obama as a blank screen on which so many people project their own views? Sounds like Maureen Dowd did just that:

He was going to be the kind of guy who whipped you up and then, when you were all excited, left you flat, and then, when you were deflated and exasperated and time was running out, ensorcelled you again with some sparkly fairy dust.

It’s an irritating pattern. Not as puerile as Bill Clinton’s pattern of wasting time and plunging into personal chaos, or as horrifying as Dick Cheney’s routine of bullying and cutting paper dolls out of the Constitution.

But not as reliably uplifting as Jed Bartlet either.

Let me go google that. Oh wait, here's a good quote:
"I serve as a blank screen on which people of vastly different political stripes project their own views." - Barack Obama

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