Do you often feel like when Obama speaks you are entering the twilight zone? Four little notes.
If you don’t know, The Twilight Zone is an American television anthology series created by Rod Serling. Each episode (156 in the original series) is a mixture of self-contained drama, psychological thriller, fantasy, science fiction, suspense, or horror, often concluding with a macabre or unexpected twist. A popular and critical success, it introduced many Americans to serious science fiction and abstract ideas through television.
If Rod Serling was alive today, he would produce a Twilight Zone TV show episode called The Hidden Agenda.
The main character in the show would be Barack Obama.
At the end of each show, like every Twilight Zone show, Rod Serling would say, “Here we have a man with a hidden agenda that wants to be premier riding high in the public opinion polls that could have only happened in the Twilight Zone.”
Here is some facts — No one starts a business to create jobs, build communities, provide health care, or any off that babble. None, nada, no one.
Obama doesn’t have the slightest idea what he is talking about. Having started 3 businesses, I know. Your reasons are not what Obama says they are, about business. Building communities and the workers have nothing to do with it.
This is nothing but Marxist pablum about the “workers paradise.” A place that lives only in the twilight zone.
Mr President, what is your theory about business, why not tell us. Is it Marx, Saul Alynski, Keynesian? What? What drives you? What is it? Babbling to Charlie Rose? And why you are at it, what about those transcripts? When you going to show us those?
To paraphrase him just a bit, Barack Obama explains to Charlie Rose that his policies are great, just great. He just hasn’t told the American people enough stories about how great he and his policies are. And the people, those hapless boobs, can’t figure it out for themselves. Too dumb I would think.
Obama: My biggest failure is not giving enough speeches … or playing enough golf.
Now he’s going out into flyover country where the bitter clingers live to tell them how great he is. How his policies are going to make everything that’s wrong with America right. The planet is healing, the seas are receding and the economy is just fine. All we need now is a good bedtime story told by Barack Obama and we will all be able to sleep soundly.
Jim Treacher asks why the media lets him get away with that.
I realize it’s only Charlie Rose, but this is just another example of the journalistic negligence of the last half-decade. With the exception of Bret Baier and the occasional local guy from St. Louis or wherever, Obama’s interviewers never call him on this stuff. He babbles the same stale crap over and over, and it’s obviously not true, and they just… let him.
Maybe they think they’ve helping him. Maybe they’re scared of being called racists. Maybe they’re just too stupid to know any better.
I realize none of these things are mutually exclusive.