Friday, August 21, 2009
And now, from the playpen of the President of the United States ...
What's that, neighbor? You thought nothing the Messiah said could surprise you? He is, after all, the greatest megalomaniac in the history of the U.S. presidency — the man who wants to add to the existing 134,723 pages in the Code of Federal Regulations, which requires a 19-foot shelf to hold it all, another regulatory Mount Everest to take charge of the health care of 300 million citizens plus 20 million illegal aliens.
If you had any remaining capacity for being startled by this mountebank, though, you might have wondered if your hearing was going rogue on you when the President of the United States and Commander-in-Chief declared:
"There's something about August going into September where everybody in Washington gets all wee-weed up."
There's something about his plans for government keeping the bodies of the entire country in working order (or not) going haywire that seems to send the head of state back to his childhood in Kenya or Indonesia or wherever it was in a search for the metaphor that will freeze the mongoose in its tracks.
Or maybe by "wee-weed up" he is hinting that he has met his Waterloo.