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I’m sure this will go very well. Very well.

One of President Barack Obama’s 2012 themes will likely revolve around what his aides call “the contrast” — a portrayal of Obama as a responsible, moderate adult harassed by infantile Republicans who favor the wealthy.

Because, goodness knows, Barack Obama has been the model of even-tempered decorum, who never ever brings people to meetings then lectures them in full view of their associates and the nation.

And he’s been the epitome of coolness under pressure, hasn’t he? He’s never, ever lashed out in a juvenile fashion at people asking him fairly simple questions or at hecklers who have grown frustrated over his broken promises.

And it’s not like he’s whined about the normal daily pressures of a job he asked us to give to him. Nope. No whining at all. Not even to a room full of people to whom the word “infantile” could be more accurately applied. He is, in the words of Muddy Waters, a full grown man capable of handling the pressures of the job like a responsible, non-whining adult.

So, good luck with that “theme”, Mr. President. I’m sure the GOP won’t be able to make, oh, ten or twenty campaign ads just packed full of your own words to knock down your shiny new Grown Up Man Obama narrative.


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2 Responses to “He’s a Man (Dun DAH Dah Dah Dun). He’s a Full-Grown Man!”

  1. Jimmie goes off-message « The TrogloPundit says:

    [...] Team Obama’s message, that is. He links to this Politico piece: One of President Barack Obama’s 2012 themes will likely revolve around [...]

  2. Mannish Boy « The Camp Of The Saints says:

    [...] Jimmie Bise, proprietor of The Sundries Shack, defends this strategy [comparing him to Muddy Waters's idea of a Man, no less!].  A highlight: And it’s not like [...]

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