Voice of the White House November 7, 2008
TBR News – November 7, 2008
“Now that the liberals have had their way and Obama is the president-elect, trust the useless and babbling bloggers to turn on him. They have nothing better to do with their time but complain and if Jesus Christ was voted into office, trust that we would hear nothing but growing waves of whining negativity from a goodly portion of the internet.
Might it not be fair to give Obama some time in office before calling his chief of staff an Israeli terrorist? Bush could be led, and was, but it is very doubtful if Obama could be led by anybody.
Like Augustus or Lincoln (whom he closely resembles) he is clever enough to seek the opinions of others but mark this, he is his own man. McCain delivered a great concession speech and if he had spoken in such a vein throughout the campaign instead of listening to his staff, he might very well be the president-elect.
How wonderful, on the other hand, that the Devine Sarah has been sent back to the wilds of Alaska with a wardrobe a Rockefeller would envy. Her elevation to the Oval Office would be a greater disaster than the Black Death so we can thank God for small favors.
Oh, Sarah will return for she has tasted power and lusts after it like a hart panteth after water. I doubt if there enough thick-headed trailer park goons in this country to get her nominated, let alone elected although the American National Socialist Party might embrace her.
The respectable and serious Republicans, and I know many, want nothing to do with the likes of Sarah so if she does try to put herself forward as their leader, the ranks of moderate Democrats will swell enormously.
And we have a new contributor, Mr. Moscrip, who is an excellent researcher and political scientist. He has complied from public records an interesting roadmap to disaster that ought to be read. ‘Moscrip,’ by the way, is Scots, not Bulgarian.”
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Comment – November 8, 2008
Despite the Beltway insider’s suggestion that we give Obama time, we have ominous forebodings. It’s not only his suspect parentage or his choice of Chief of Staff that invites suspicion. Call it “instinct” but we’ve learned to take heed of such misgivings even if there is no logical reason.
Moreover, others share this sense of ill omen. Earlier this week in London, an esoteric bookseller told this writer how Obama reminded him of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Now in his eighties, the bookseller recalled how in the 1930’s President Roosevelt assured America that it would never fight another war in vain. Like Obama, Roosevelt cast himself as a mighty stentorian but within a few years America was fighting in WWII.
A formidable orator he might have been but Roosevelt was also fundamentally dishonest having essentially forced Japan into the Pacific war.
Is Obama destined for a similar role in history?
Time will tell but this web site will go on record to say that within the next 6 to 12 months American forces will be facing another conflict: in addition to Iraq and Afghanistan and much bigger than both. In fact Obama’s vice president in waiting, Joe Biden has already admitted almost as much.
Indeed, this web site confidently predicts that future generations will view Obama's presidency as marking the end of America's reign as a global power and the beginning of a dark and turbulent period in humanity's history.
Last updated 11/11/2008