Idioms..

According to Webster: id·i·om (in context) A speech form or an expression.

“You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.” 

Albeit, during the 2008 presidential election cycle, Barack Obama’s senior political advisor David Axelrod, ..came as close as anyone in history, ..when he and his team, ..(sold) “Barack Obama” ..to the American public. With “sold” ..of course, ..definitely being the operative word my narrative.

Although I personally understood exactly (who, ..and what,) Barack Obama was, the very first time I ever saw him speak, an (opinion) that I enthusiastically shared with anyone that would listen.

Which, of course, ..considering the gargantuan (disdain) that “to many” Americans held for “the Republican Party” at the time, ..due to “our” ..then, (next to worthless) “Carpetbagger and Chief,” George “Duba,” ..aka ..Bush 43, and/or, ..simply (my personal favorite) ..hey stupid, ..audiences were not abundant!

 

No doubt about it, Barack Obama definitely caught America with it’s pants down, ..with his “charismatic grin” and his “Jeremiah Wright preaching” style of speaking. Not that his ego, ..and/or “megalomania”…

According to Webster: meg·a·lo·ma·ni·a, (in context) A psychopathological condition in which delusional fantasies of wealth, power, or omnipotence predominate.

Continuing…

..would allow him admit that he’s nothing more than an “amalgamation”…

According to Webster: a·mal·ga·ma·tion, A consolidation or a merger.

Continuing…

..of the (anti-capitalistic) Marxist socialist ilk that bounced him on their knees as a toddler, ..or the Marxist socialistic ilk in academia that filled his head with the idealistic (crap) that has been responsible for draining America’s coffers since he took office.

I received my copy of “The Amateur,” by Ed Klein via the U.S. mail yesterday, ..and although I read slower than I type, I’m through the first chapter.

So what have I learned? First, ..and possibly foremost, ..I’ve learned that I’m in the wrong business, ..as there is “nothing” in the first chapter of Ed Klein’s book, ..that I have not been blathering about in my “blog” for (gratis,) ..while Ed’s getting twenty-bucks a pop.

Oh well, alluding to one of my favorite idioms; “Some days the candy bar, ..and some days the wrapper.”

My “shortsightedness” aside, Ed Klein’s book is well written, and in “my considered opinion,” ..if you’re interested in (whyAmerica is going to hell at the whims of an Amateur) ..well worth reading.

 

Pick up a copy, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

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