sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Thursday, September 30, 2010

The Tarnished Mirror

He does love to campaign. I think that part of it comes from the deep and abiding comfort that hearing himself talk gives to him. Barack Hussein Obama is nothing if not pathological narcissist. (No I'm not a doctor but if anyone wants me to cite examples of psych opinions on the matter, they are legion and on the net.) I'm not saying that Obama isn't more or less like many politicians, but he takes narcissism to a rare place where we don't see it that often.


I have to think that when he's campaigning for politicians who don't want to be seen on stage with him (Russ Feingold D-WI) and others who simply won't invite him, that he must wonder WHERE they are. What excuses are they handing him?

IF you were a Democratic Politician, what excuses would YOU hand Obama to explain your absence from his rally for your re-election:

(examples: I had to feed the fish, My sister's dog had to be taken to the vet, my car broke down and nobody seems to want to give a Democratic Congressman a ride, etc.)

5 comments:

  1. The president may find a lot of his calls going unanswered.

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  2. I left my Blackberry in my jacket pocket, which I had my secretary drop at the cleaners last night on her way home from work, because I had to work late and they'd be closed by the time I got out, and, well, with all that I, er, forgot the event was today! - all said with a practiced sheepish look on my face... Sell it!!

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  3. "I was busy voting on the hill...", oh wait, they left...

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  4. They must be unexpectedly called away on important business at the last minute. That way they have no time for explanations and they can rush around looking like they are actually doing work.

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  5. I had to go on vacation and missed the Obama visit might be an excuse that the Chief Executive and his shrewish wife would understand completely.

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