This is an example of either:
- blatant, head-shaking stupidity, OR
- this man’s ego is such that he honestly believes whatever vacuous verbiage spills out of his pie-hole to be unqualified brilliance, despite any/all previous contradictory utterances on his part.
Of course, it COULD be both…
From the Washington Times:
“…In scandal after scandal in the Obama administration, President Obama has said he didn’t know about the problems until he heard it on the news.
But the president changed his tune about his supposed ignorance at a Democratic fundraiser near Seattle on Tuesday night.
I like a good piece of fiction as much as the next guy. But as brilliantly illustrated by ReasonTV’s Remy (below), there’s a limit to ANYONE’s ability to suspend their disbelief, …mine included.
A new national poll of Americans ages 18 to 29 (aka “Millennials”) was completed by The Reason Foundation and the Rupe Foundation, and Nick Gillespie wrote about in the pages of Time. And after reading through all 100+ pages of it, all I can say is:
Because paradoxically, even though this generation is the most educated in our country’s history, far too many of ‘em apparently haven’t a clue what they’re talking about.
As my faith grows, my anxiety should lessen. (Philippians 4:4-7)
As my hope is strengthened, my discouragement will diminish. (Isaiah 40:31)
My self-absorption is gradually replaced by a focus on others. (Philippians 2:3-4)
My critical spirit yields to compassion, empathy and love for all I meet.
I –the old, sin-deadened I– must decrease. Christ in me must increase:
All thanks to our buddy Tom over at “Quiner’s Diner” for bringing this to our attention.
I have two sons, and so generally I’ve watched (or I’m at least passively aware of) most animated offerings. Which is why having this one slip under my radar is a touch disconcerting.
Apparently, this was the warm-up act for Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph, back in 2012. I’d at least heard of Wreck-It Ralph, but was inexplicably ignorant of the sweet and touching Paperman… until now.
Feel free to consider this as just one, long, self-serving “I Told Ya’ So”, …’cause that’s pretty much what it is.
A few months back, I wrote a post called “The Non-inevitability of Queen Hillary“. Some folks openly disagreed with my premise, while others figuratively crossed their fingers and hoped I was right. But few (…none, actually, as I recall…) came out and echoed what I thought was patently obvious: Hillary is quite simply a supremely non-appealing candidate.
“Inevitable”? Not hardly. She may be the most “evitable” candidate, evah…