Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Who's Running the Show (All is Well)?

Today marks the first 100 days of president Obama's first term, which seems to be an important milestone for some people. The media will no doubt provide a more flowery look back but as a service to whomever reads this scribble, here's an alternative quick (but not complete) recap.

First Obama, with aid of a teleprompter, triples the national debt in order to cut it in half, then takes over GM and Chrysler on behalf of the United Auto Workers union. Then he bows to the King of Saudi Arabia, later denying it. Next he does the ole bro handshake with a guy who called our previous president the Devil while standing on American soil.

Then he reacts to criticism from a true maniacal terrorist--Dick Cheney--by blowing off five former DCIAs and releases memos telegraphing our interrogation protocol to AQ during an ongoing conflict as revenge. This triggers the former "Alec Station" branch chief Michael Scheuer to essentially add him to the master moron list:
Americans should be clear on what Obama has done. In a breathtaking display of self-righteousness and intellectual arrogance, the president told Americans that his personal beliefs are more important than protecting their country, their homes and their families
Hey, maybe Obama just believes the ISI.

Next Air Force One Jr gets taken on some kind of bizarro joyride over lower Manhattan, which terrorizes the unbeknownst population to include even the mayor. Yet the Commander in Chief was furious, meaning he didn't know; meaning we're to believe AF1 can occasionally be taken out on great postcard photo missions of which the White House itself knows absolutely nothing about. The specter of White House spokesman Robert Gibbs referring reporters to the White House should be enough for sane men to question the very notion of reality itself.

Oh well, all is well. He's got a near 70 percent approval rating and a locked up super majority in Congress. He's staring at a future legacy of government health care, government automobiles, and government banks. And he actually thinks he can change the climate of Earth. Meanwhile his supporters and the media help will sneeringly call any and all opponents a bunch of dangerous radicals. What could go wrong?

1 comment:

Darth Rob said...

You summed it up pretty well.