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March 3, 2010

Obama & the Rebound Affect

At the clarity factory Pundit and Pundette:

“While the far-Left cries itself to sleep over the breakup with its soul mate, the rest of the country has come to its senses about what Obama really represented: a rebound relationship — a relationship in which, according to the gods of pop psychology, “you spend a significant amount of time focusing on your previous one.” . . . “The biggest danger of being in a rebound relationship is that you might commit to it when your partner really isn’t suitable for you. In any relationship in the early romantic stages there’s a danger that you’re going to think this is the best relationship you’ve ever had and you’ll want to commit too early.”

Followup assignment for the populace so easily duped by two words and the need to feel PC: how did you get played? Why did W seem so unsuitable? Did the populace arrive at this by a relentless msm assault or a sense that W et al had deceived and muddled it up? Both.

So, Oblahma is a tiresome bungler. Thank goodness for that. The populace has a sense that the government is getting too big? Great. However, while we enjoy the resurgence of the Right…who, from the Right will utter any meaningful policy statement beyond lower taxes? I have a dreaded sense that the populace is as fed up with Republicans. The party of ‘no’ better address the messes caused by both parties since Bush Sr.


1 Comment »

  1. This is a case of “anybody but Bush” but then they took the veil off “anybody” on the wedding night and then said “oh, crap!” And you can’t get a divorce for 4 years.

    Comment by MTR — March 3, 2010 @ 6:45 AM | Reply

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