Skip to comments.More Campaign Miscues for Obama
Posted on 03/19/2012 11:16:00 AM PDT by next media
"Unfortunately for President Obama and his speechwriters... Critics might be willing to excuse the gaffe, except that the Democrat Party is quick to accuse opponents of being less than intelligent while touting the current President as the smartest executive ever to occupy the Oval Office despite repeated gaffes by Mr. Obama."
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Can I see your grades, Obama? I hear they were mediocre!
Of course, from another perspective altogether, one might say that for a lazy student to get as far as Obama has requires another kind of "smarts."
Grifters and con-men have that kind...it's called dishonesty.
>> one might say that for a lazy student to get as far as Obama has requires another kind of “smarts.”
Not really. Since the color of his skin is correct, affirmative action did the heavy lifting for him. All he had to do was show up at the right time and be pliable to his puppetmasters.
Just what I was thinking. Affirmative Action went a long way in moving him through the system. Which made him THINK he’s very smart.
...so as to be taught what to think, rather than how to think.
Ok, regardless of what the opinion is of any of the following Presidents and their politics or political views, the following are clearly ahead of Obama in pure intellectual ability:
John Quincy Adams
George H.W. Bush
Again, this is just pure “intelligence” not support for any on the list or disrespect for any not on the list. These men who served at President were clearly intellectual heavy-weights. Unlike our current President.
where is the rabbit?
where is the rabbit?
I also wonder how far back the big lie goes...does it go back to Hawaii and his grandparents...did it begin with his mother?
One day this will all come out and OMG what a story it will be.
A “gaffe” was famously defined by (liberal) Michael Kinsley as an instance where a politician accidentally tells the truth. This was no gaffe — it was an outright lie.
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