I quite enjoyed Mo Dowd of Hell’s Bible falling to piece over the election results.
Here are a few excerpts.
Even though it was predicted, it was still a shock to see voters humiliate a brilliant and spellbinding young president, who’d had such a Kennedy-like beginning, while electing a lot of conservative nuts and promoting this central-casting congressman as the face of the future: a Republican who had vowed in a written pledge to restore America to old-fashioned values, returning to a gauzy “Leave It to Beaver” image that never existed even on the set of “Leave It to Beaver.”
Republicans outcommunicated a silver-tongued president who was supposed to be Ronald Reagan’s heir in the communications department.
[ROFL! It must be hard to deal in actual reality when you live in a Salvador Dali landscape. And for the record, I have never thought that Pres. Obama was in the least eloquent. Nearly every time he is off the prompter or the stump he knows, he goes to the zoo. Reading Dowd, however, ... ]
The new leader of the House took a more black-and-white approach than the nuanced president. It’s enshrined in the Declaration of Independence that you need the consent of the governed and the governed did not consent.
[Do you know what else is "enshrined" in the Declaration of Independence? "...We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights..." CREATOR.... CREATOR....]
Ascending to third in the line of succession for the presidency: a working-class kid who rose in the House as a rabble-rouser willing to throw bombs to score points against powerful Democrats. [Pelosi's rhetoric was never tendentious!]
Living in a fantasy.