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WHAT’S BUGGING OBAMA? BLOGGERS. MORE THAN HE’LL EVER ADMIT.

I’m sure I’m not the only individual who has noticed Obama’s recent referencing of cars, driving cars, car gears…cars and the people who drive them and how.

I noticed Obama resorted to numerous car (and driver) references recently and I wondered if these two posts of mine had, well, you know, a.n.y.thing to do with the cart of buggery that Obama has taken to pulling around.

I think this first one, particularly, drove the point home:

O’HELLCARE: TOO MUCH SMOKE AND TOO MUCH DOPE
— I wrote this, March 22nd, 2010

And this one kept the door open:

DICKTATER: OBAMA THREATENS NATION WITH REFUSING TO ALLOW FALL ELECTIONS SWING TO GOP
MAJORITY, err, sumthin’…

I wrote this, May 13th, 2010

What I think is bugging Obama more than most is the reality getting past the hyperbole surrounding him, the reality that he’s really not the shiny, new, big deal he needs the rest of us to polish. That he is, indeed, the bad driver behind the wrecked vehicle he’s trying to sell as prize.

The biggest problem persons such as that create for the rest of us is that they can monopolize the roadways: it’s tough for the rest of us to keep out of their way while getting things done the right and sensible way; and, they try to sell us wrecked vehicles, calling them prizes, wrecked because they’ve already driven those vehicles into just about everything and everyone already and we’re simply the latest opportunities for cash. License? Rules? Standards of decency? Forget it, just stare into the bright and shiny object that you’re told is there…somewhere…maybe soon…wait, who took it? Hey, look, it’s over there! Quick, drive faster…no, wait, pull over and call me…no, wait, see that guy over there, it’s all his fault…someone, drive me to Hawaii

But, here’s the conclusion by an increasingly growing majority of American voters: Obama is a bad driver and he’s driving a wreck. And he wrecked it.

Reference:

OBAMA, THE REPUBLICANS, AND CARS
— USA Today, August 02, 2010


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