D.C. investigative reporter Wayne Madsen, in an exclusive-for-subscribers report, confirms not only that Obama is deeply depressed, but that the President of the United States has gone bonkers. Obama is laboring under schizophrenia and Nixonian-caliber paranoia.
I do not believe that Obama is clinically schizophrenic, that is, has lost all touch with reality and is experiencing auditory and/or visual hallucination. What Madsen calls “schizophrenia” most likely is the realization on the part of formerly-deluded Americans that Obama is a pathological narcissist.
In 2008, due to the adulation of millions of deluded people in America and the world, the gap between Obama’s grossly inflated view of himself and who he really is was not so glaring. Now, after 20 months of this man’s disastrous presidency, more and more people finally see the chasm between fantasy and reality — except Obama. He remains deluded in his grandiose fantasies and, therefore, appears increasingly delusional (“schizophrenic”) to others.
Here’s the latest evidence of Obama’s grand delusion:
In an interview with the New York Times, Obama said he “expects” Republicans “to offer him more cooperation” — i.e., to help him achieve his policy goals — even if the GOP wins the November 2 elections!
Imagine that! The Republicans win the elections and are in control of Congress, but they’ll “cooperate” with Obama to achieve his agenda! What planet does this man live on?
Michael D. Shear of the New York Times writes on October 13, 2010:
President Obama said that he expected Republicans to offer him more cooperation after November’s elections, no matter the outcome.
In an hour-long interview with the Times’s White House correspondent, Peter Baker, Mr. Obama predicted that his political rivals would either be chastened by falling short of their electoral goals or burdened with the new responsibility that comes from achieving them.
“It may be that regardless of what happens after this election, they feel more responsible, either because they didn’t do as well as they anticipated, and so the strategy of just saying no to everything and sitting on the sidelines and throwing bombs didn’t work for them,” Mr. Obama said. “Or they did reasonably well, in which case the American people are going to be looking to them to offer serious proposals and work with me in a serious way.”
The president’s comments are reported in an in-depth assessment of Mr. Obama’s first two years in office that appears in the Times Magazine this Sunday.
In the article, which is based on interviews with nearly two dozen of the president’s advisers in addition to the president himself, Mr. Baker offers a series of inside details about Mr. Obama’s time in the White House, including:
According to his wife, Michelle Obama, Mr. Obama is not particularly fond of the presidential retreat at Camp David. Mrs. Obama reports that her husband, a longtime resident of Chicago, is more at ease in an urban setting. (Rush Limbaugh today made an excellent point: Obama, the “green” champion of global warming and the environment, hates the leafy environs of Camp David, preferring instead urban Chicago paved with concrete! ~Eowyn)
To read the rest of Michael Shear’s article, GO HERE.