'Obama Is Average' Interview with Charles Krauthammer

Money quote:

"What the Obama Administration Pretends Is Realism Is Naïve Nonsense"

THAT is going to leave a mark! And it has to be the statement of the year.

Posted by RagnarD at October 27, 2009 11:00 PM

After reading Mr. Krauthammer's interview, it just left me longing for more. I was impressed by the entire interview. "The United Nations is worse than disaster. The United Nations creates conflict." I have thought this to be true for a long time.

Posted by Cilla Mitchell, Galveston Texas at October 28, 2009 5:16 AM

Well ditto, the UN has at least a third of it's ranks filled by petty tyrants, it's the old story of the wolves deciding what to do with the lambs.It's a little distressing to consider that he thinks Obama can still be reelected, and he holds Romney as the great hope.

Posted by narciso at October 28, 2009 6:56 AM

Cilla: The Doctor is in most nights at 6:00 p.m. Eastern on Fox News' "Special Report", the best news show on television. He is the star of the panel segments that usually run at 40 minutes after the hour.


Posted by Fat Man at October 28, 2009 11:10 AM

I am increasingly of the thesis that Obama is a political milleniarian, which Krauthammer's observations also seem to support.

Political milleniarianism is not purely secular, though. Its adherents have an unbounded (and be honest, historically unjustified) faith in government and its ability to order the lives of the people better than they can order their own lives. Political or religious milleniarians are always firmly authoritarian and use the power of government to cement the control of institutions and agencies over the daily lives of the people. Milleniarianism always opposes personal freedom.

I expanded this thesis this morning with the conclusion that while Obama has goals but no apparent plan to attain them, he probably does not actually need a plan.

See, "Is Obama a milleniarian without a plan? Does he even need one?"

Posted by Donald Sensing at October 28, 2009 12:16 PM

The thing that struck me after reading the interview was that the questions directed at Mr. Krauthammer harkened to the notion that Europe may see the US as still as fascinated with Obama as they are.
A nice dose a what reality we face with him as POTUS.

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