The media seems so pre-occupied with the love songs of B.Hussein Obama (with apologies to J. Alfred Prufrock) disclosed in his latest biography: Barack Obama: The Story (so far)…
Genevieve, Bo, then and now: hawt, or not hawt?
…they haven’t had time to cover some other breaking stories.
For example, we haven’t heard very much about the latest body crammed under the ObamniBus, that of the blind Chinese dissident. After all, it’s not as if Chen Guangcheng is a blind sheikh trying to blow up buildings in New York or something.
It’s as if everyone just forgot about Lady Liberty’s inscription all of a sudden:
Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses, yearning to breath free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore,
Send these, the homeless, tempest tossed,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door.
I don’t know - maybe all our empty seats have already been sold to Muslims and Mexican gun runners. And as you well know, the pie is only so big.
Of course there was BO’s little politically correct tweaking of Liberty’s verse back in 2010 - where he redacted the part about “The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.” So maybe now we’re only letting people in who pose no threat of voting Republican.
Meanwhile the rest of the MSM have been so busy covering Ann Romney’s expensive fish blouse they’ve not even had time to give Lady M props for her fashion chops.
I guess I see their point though, $900 for a shirt with a giant fish face seems excessive – butt you know how those out-of-touch rich white people, spending their own money, are.
At least Ann got two sleeves for her $900. At twice the price, Lady M’s one shouldered Jean Paul Gaultier doesn’t seem to be good value. Then again, it didn’t cost her anything.
Butt hey: I know you’re not interested in any of this. I know what you want to see! The steamy love letters and diary’s of Big Guy’s previous lovers. Sorry. I don’t have any of them. Butt I can show you what David Maraniss has
made dug up and is passing off as such. They’re fun too:
“Remember how I said there’s a certain kind of conservatism which I respect more than bourgeois liberalism — [T.S.] Eliot is of this type,” Obama wrote in one letter to McNear. “Of course, the dichotomy he maintains is reactionary, but it’s due to a deep fatalism, not ignorance. And this fatalism is born out of the relation between fertility and death, which I touched on in my last letter — life feeds on itself. A fatalism I share with the western tradition at times. You seem surprised at Eliot’s irreconcilable ambivalence; don’t you share this ambivalence yourself, Alex?”
It’s not just anyone who writes passionately about T. S Eliot to their girlfriend.
But Obama has now told biographer David Maraniss that the 'New York girlfriend' was actually a composite character, based off of multiple girlfriends he had both in New York City and in Chicago.
Hmmm. A composite; that’s a great idea! I wonder if that’s how Big Guy came up with his own persona? Heck, he could’ve been anything, butt he chose to be a brilliant, poor, half-black son of a great Kenyan academic and a struggling working mom who worked hard, went to Harvard, became a community organizer and ultimately saved the world.
I guess this isn’t really such a big deal. After all isn’t this what politicians do all the time? Create a composite of their constituents in order to
exploit address their concerns?
Let me just leave you today with this thought: If BO had a girlfriend in college, she would’ve looked like this:
Amber Lee Ettinger: the original Obama Girl