Andrew Klavan recently wrote an article for PJMedia claiming that President Obama is a nincompoop. There is plenty of evidence to support his claim in spite of the impressive crease in Obama’s pants.* Klavan points as proof of his thesis: it offends both the right and the left. This sounds like a lot of okie doke to me. President Obama is a Noble Peace Prize winner who claims, “I’m really good at killing people.” Yes, the President’s comical mispronunciation of corpsman and obgyn, his substitution of "Epantsapation" for emancipation and his belief that there as 58 states do not put him in the same class as Dan Quayle. Even his desire to "halt the rise of privacy" off the coast of Africa, and his unique spelling of “rspect” don’t measure up to Quayle’s misspelling of potatoe. The President appears to have attended the same school as Joe Biden to learn his history. He has a notion that the Emperor Hirohito was aboard the U.S.S. Missouri when he surrendered to General MacArthur. He also claims he had an uncle who was part of the first American troops to go into Auschwitz and liberate the concentration camps. Apparently this uncle was serving with the Red Army.
A total incompetent occasionally gets something right. Our president does not appear to ever get anything right. There may be a logical explanation for this situation. The people who advise him are smart and their agenda is not always in the best interests of the United States. Obama was selected by them because he is a willing accomplice. His early childhood was influenced by Islam. As Vladimir Lenin said, “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” Having been abandoned by both of his parents he is extremely bitter; a trait he has successfully concealed.
* David Brooks was able to determine Obama’s genius simply by looking at his pants: “I remember distinctly an image of–we were sitting on his couches, and I was looking at his pant leg and his perfectly creased pant,” Brooks says, “and I’m thinking, a) he’s going to be president and b) he’ll be a very good president.”