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Ultimately he belongs nowhere.
Walter Sobchak wrote:Ultimately he belongs nowhere.
Unfortunately he is in the most specific place in the world, and unless extraordinary events occur, he is going to be there for another 2 years and 5 months. May the Lord have mercy on us poor sinners.
CognitiveDistoibance wrote:Walter Sobchak wrote:True. And if he should resign ... it's President Joe Biden.
Personally, I hope we have 5 more months of impotence, and 2 years of solid gridlock.
Simple Minded wrote:CognitiveDistoibance wrote:Personally, I hope we have 5 more months of impotence, and 2 years of solid gridlock.
Impotance and gridlock..... not such a bad thing.
Simple Minded wrote:Time for the adult to confiscate the car keys, the credit card, and ground the adolescents!!! And throwing in an ass whipping or two just for good measure probably wouldn't hurt either.
As a Father, you've probably done that a few times yourself..... eh? ( for Wellington)
All that is beside the point. That Obama has a deep personal sympathy for Islam is beyond doubt. The President takes every opportunity to emphasize it. But he is not a Muslim, only the thrice-abandoned child and step-child of Muslims and an anthropologist mother who deeply sympathized with the struggle of Muslims to resist globalization. He has a deep antipathy to the American view of things, insisting that "American exceptionalism" is no different than "Greek exceptionalism." He belongs neither to the United States, nor to the Muslim world; he is a gifted outsider with a talent for persuasion who profiled Americans the way anthropologist profile primitive tribes, and in a variant of the old adventure-movie script, made himself our king.
Ultimately he belongs nowhere. He is not even a Muslim.
Uche Africanus wrote:
It saddens me to witness the slow decline of this great nation because a small minority of its people are losing all basis of rationality and behaving like a pack of wolves in defense of priviledges that they neither merit nor deserve. But this is predictable. The good Lord warned us that He is capable of raising children from stones who will worship him. For too long we felt that we are all there is, that we have been perfected and no longer in need of improvement. In other words, we got arrogant. Nemesis is reminding us that we are really not what we had imagined ourselves to be.
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