Thu, 25 Nov 2010 14:11:11 +0000
A year ago, observant commentators already were noticing something wasn’t right, psychologically, with Obama. Of course, there were some who had said that from the beginning, during the 2008 presidential campaign year. We sounded the warning that he is a pathological narcissist — a person who has a grandiose false self-conception that requires and feeds on the adulation of others, much as a vampire feeds on human blood; and who lacks empathy, that attribute that most makes us human.
Eventually, reality began to penetrate even Obama’s former supporters, such as Velma Hart who told him she was tired of defending him. To which Obama responded with laughter — a sure sign of his derangement. [See my post on this HERE.]
Whispers that all is not right with Obama began to appear in the blogosphere, most famously by the mysterious “White House insider” and in Wayne Madsen Reports. The President of the United States is reported to be on anti-depressants; most alarmingly, Madsen even used the word “schizophrenic.”
Now even some members of the long-in-denial liberal MSM are finally noticing that the Commander in Chief, who has his finger on the nuclear button, is mental.
H/t beloved fellow Tina
Quip about landing Air Force 1 in Chavez backyard stuns press
World Net Daily – November 21, 2010
WASHINGTON – On the flight home from the European Summit today, Barack Obama stopped in the press cabin of Air Force One and joked that he was stopping the plane in South America to see Hugo Chavez.
That according to CNN’s Ed Henry, who Tweeted the message to anyone who might be paying attention, editorializing that the president appeared to be “a little punchy.”
Chavez is known as a leading anti-American socialist leader in Venezuela.
Within minutes the blogosphere was aflame with concerns not only about the propriety of the remark but about Obama’s state of mind.
The flippant remark wasn’t the only trigger for such concerns:
- Shortly after his meeting with European Union leaders, Obama offhandedly remarked: “This summit was not as exciting as other summits.”
- Some observe he seems distant from the nation’s economic challenges, the rising tide of anger sweeping the country over enhanced airport security checks and the secrecy over what top military officials characterize as an unexplained missile launch over Southern California Nov. 8.
- Pundits and talk-show hosts, including Rush Limbaugh and top-rated Sean Hannity, have cited White House sources as saying the president is “unhinged,” “detached,” “bored,” “losing it” and obsessed with critics.
“There are some Democrats that cue me into things,” said Hannity on his show Thursday. “The feeling among some people in the White House is that this president is unhinged, that he’s detached, that he’s losing it, he’s obsessed with critics, very specifically obsessed with Fox News, he can’t stand [Vice President Joe] Biden, he hates the Clintons, the Clintons hate him. Infighting, apparently, and finger pointing is at an all-time high; if the president is brought bad news on the economy, he has a meltdown every time he hears it. And this is what people – and I’m telling you, my sources are reliable – are telling me.”
Before Air Force 1 landed, American bloggers were weighing in through cyberspace with their opinions of the latest remark from Obama:
- “Is he finally losing it? I think that people who joke and laugh about inappropriate things, or at inappropriate times are having trouble dealing with something.”
- “The guy is certifiable.”
- “He must be bored again.”
- “If CNN is noticing Obama is mentally ill, that’s a big deal. CNN has to be careful or get their press card pulled. They are being as open as they can be.”
- “He’s cracking. By spring he’ll be a complete mess.”
- “‘Punchy’ is an interesting choice of words. It usually means drunk to the point of being stupid. That seems to fit the context.”