As I was watching Biden make an ass of himself in front of more than 30 million people, my guess, early on, was that Obama was probably screaming at his television set, “You idiot! What the hell are you doing?”
After a half hour or so of nonstop grinning, giggling, boisterous laughter, and interrupting, it became obvious that Biden’s nauseating behavior was preplanned. And, trust me, Obama’s hacks didn’t allow Biden to do the planning.
There’s no question in my mind that Biden’s instructions were to follow the Saul Alinksy strategy that Barack Obama has been using throughout his political career, and especially since he was elected to the nation’s highest office.
Uncle Saul, who in turn got his ideas from Lenin, Trotsky, and other high-ranking members of the Bolsheviks during and after the Russian Revolution, impressed upon his students the importance of isolating, vilifying, and ridiculing one’s opponents. And, most important of all, if your methods are called into question, press on the accelerator and employ more of the same.
Biden’s antics were so over the top that clearly they were planned. It wasn’t an occasional chuckle; it was nonstop ridicule. So it’s little wonder that, following Joe Biden’s embarrassing clown show, Son of Saul told reporters, “I’m going to make a special point of saying that I thought Joe Biden was terrific tonight. I could not be prouder of him. I thought he made a very strong case. I really think that his passion for making sure that the economy grows for the middle class came through.”
But my guess is that Obama probably feels that Joltin’ Joe didn’t pull it off smoothly enough. In other words, good substance, bad form.
Having said this, Obama now has a real dilemma on his hands. I believe Biden’s nutty, immature display was a preview of what Obama is planning for next Tuesday’s debate with Mitt Romney. But does he really believe he’s so cool that he can pull off successfully what Joe Biden failed so miserably to do? Probably yes.
Remember, the Prince of Puffery gets his arrogance honestly from his Kenyan father, who had an ego that caused him to vastly overrate both his abilities and his importance. The remarkably arrogant Papa Obama died a miserable failure at the tender age of forty-six in one of his many drunk-driving automobile accidents — bitter to the very end that his own countrymen failed to recognize his self-proclaimed genius.
If Obama tries to employ Alinsky ridicule tactics against Romney, I think he will lose what little credibility he has left with all but the 40 percent or so of voters who want America to be downsized into a much poorer, socialist nation.
On the other hand, if he relies on his Switchblade Barry grin and tries to fake his nice-guy image yet again, Romney, if he’s on his game, should be able to demolish him again with the facts.
Remember, the Duplicitous Despot’s idea of presenting the facts is, “I really think that his passion for making sure that the economy grows for the middle class came through.” In other words, empty verbiage that says nothing and insults the intelligence of most Americans.
Maybe I’m naïve, but with Obama’s fake façade rapidly falling apart, I don’t believe that most of the undecided hollow heads will buy into the phony, razzle-dazzle act of Mr. and Mrs. Obama anymore. With less than month to go before the election, the undecideds actually want facts. And the facts are devastating to the Emperor of Envy and his troupe of Obamaviks.
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