Then lo and behold, I received one of those stupid “keep it going” emails from an Obama acolyte and I fought with every fiber of my being not to forward to Miss Mini-Me with " I TOLD YOU SO" in the subject line. So I've decided to just blog my angst away.
Here are the pictures within the email:
And as if that were not bad enough I read an article this afternoon entitled Obama, Miracle on the Hudson and a Society of Collaborative Excellence by James Melamed . He writes:
What are the odds of Barack Obama becoming our President? His story is now our story. Obama’s election represents what is possible. Not what is normal nor what is expected, but what is possible.
And what are the odds of 155 passengers surviving a plane crash into the
Hudson River? This is not everyday stuff. It is what is possible. It is what is best.
As the pilot saved so many lives, he also gifted so very much to the many thousands of husbands, wives, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, friends and colleagues who would have otherwise been so severely impacted. What a gift to thousands. This pilot deserves the highest medal we have. We should create a new medal for him, a medal for exceptional excellence.
As this pilot landed the plane without a life lost, especially just a few days before the Obama Inauguration, I can not help thinking of Obama as our pilot, the world’s pilot. While the future remains most challenging and highly uncertain, one just has a sense that, if anyone can land this plane, it will be Obama. How lucky we are to now not have ordinary leadership. How lucky we are that we have a fellow with so much competence and character. What are the odds? Whatever one’s party affiliation, I suggest that we as a nation are lucky to have a guy with the competence and cool that we now have “in the cockpit.” (Source)
Pardon me whilst I regurgitate that obtuse kah-hah!!! So, although I was a bit snarky this morning...I was on point as to the inner workings of the "Obama-manic" mind.