NPR: Scandals May Cost Obama His Dream of Bipartisanship
At NPR, which should be lauded for promoting the mentally impaired, a Very Special American named Ron Elving writes:
The sudden eruption of second-term scandals in his administration will have many costs for President Obama, but surely the most grievous will be the lost opportunity to transcend the partisan wars of Washington. That aspiration was his fondest dream for his second term, much as it was for his first. Now it seems destined to be dashed once again.
Fondest aspiration, yes, yes.
Of course, there are those who believe Barack Obama never intended to be anything but a conquering hero of the left. The most intractable of his detractors see the recent revelations about the as caught-red-handed confirmation of a White House plot to destroy its opponents.
The most "intractable of his detractrors" might suspect bad motives on his part. But no one else, you understand. Just the kookoobirds.
Mm-mm-mm! That right there is a finely-grilled Stupid Steak smothered in Derpsauce.
A Very Special Musical Tribute: I tell you, I'm just smitten with the heroism of this plucky little imbecile.
Below, a video tribute to his courage.