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O’s Missing Balls….

This post by Marc Rubin at Tom in Paine is fantastic….I love it!

Tom In Paine: Carville and Obama’s Anatomy.

James Carville recently caused an uproar, by saying or actually reiterating that Barrack Obama “has no balls”. Reportedly the White House expressed “outrage” at Carville’s remark, but Carville called in to John King’s show on CNN to say he was not sorry for the remark and would not apologize.

 

If anything, the White House’s “outrage” proves they can get outraged as long as its at someone who isn’t a legitimate opponent or threat, like Republicans or Ahmadinejad. No one can remember Obama expressing “outrage” at Iranians being shot in the street protesting a rigged election, ( instead saying he “didnt want to meddle”) or “outrage” at signs showing him with a Hitler mustache or “outrage” at Republican lies about the public option. But they were “outraged” about Carville simply stating the truth.

 

But its not just balls that Obama is missing. You don’t need a political cat scan to see that Obama doesn’t’ have a backbone or spine either and neither do many of the people who still support him none of whom have demonstrated they have the anatomy necessary to admit they were wrong about who and what they claimed he was and supporting him in the first place. Which of course they were.

 

Obama’s missing anatomy has been on display his entire political life but was ignored by the press and his supporters who were all caught up in making race, something you would think they would have known by now is irrelevant to a person’s abilities, the most important issue.

 

What Carville said about Obama has been true about Obama his entire political life and was amply displayed when he was in the Illinois state legislature where he voted ” present” over 100 times so he didn’t have to vote for or against anything. And displayed as president on everything from healthcare reform to financial reform to tax cuts for the wealthy and dealing with Iran.

 

And what Geraldine Ferraro said about Obama was also true — that with his record of non-accomplishment, his flimsy resume, his lack of real ideas, his lack of any substance and maybe the most underhanded and untrustworthy politician since Richard Nixon, if he had been white he would have been considered a joke as a presidential candidate.

 

What both Carville and Ferraro said about Obama showed that they have anatomically everything that Obama doesn’t. And judging by the way the news media treated Obama and treats him now, not to mention the way they covered the 8 years of Bush’s presidency, they don’t have the anatomy to do their jobs either.And whether they or Democrats in congress or the liberal organizations who turned a blind eye to Obama’s catastrophic flaws finally get any is, based on past performance not likely. Unless someone comes along with some political Viagra. Which even then may not help though, as doctors will tell you, admitting the problem is always the first step.

 

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