John Hood speaks for the right

Sad, really, to see the stagemanager in his tea party finest.

In a January 27 post on National Review Online's The Corner, John Hood wrote:

The president looks like a jerk tonight.

In another January 27 post on The Corner, Hood wrote:

Ugh. We're only a couple of minutes into the president's address, and the cadence and rhythm of his speaking voice is already grating. They come across as flippant and arrogant. Hasn't anyone ever told him that?

Art Pope must be proud to see such lofty and inspired commentary from his own private little Mini-Me.

Comments

Hat tip to Progressive Pulse

He doesn't understand

that those comments reveal more about him than they do about Obama. Or maybe he does, and he's trying to tap into a less intellectual market.

Tap into?

What's the cliche'...Birds of a feather.

The GOP talking points

tend to use the words "elitist", "academic", and "professorial" when Obama speaks. This is an attempt I guess to demonize him to "regular" voters as being out of touch. But last night I heard Chris Matthews of all people to refer to Obama as "Professorial".

Let's see: Smart (really smart), understands complex issues, can explain complex issues. No, we don't leaders like *that*.

-b

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There cannot fail to be more kinds of things, as nature grows further disclosed. - Sir Francis Bacon

I was surprised too

I was surprised at the comments of Chris Matthews as well. I'll bet he and Harry Reid can tell some good jokes. What do you think?

So does local TV

Heard this morning on WTVD-11 news report of group from "Americans for Prosperity, a non-partisan organization" met at the behest of the John Locke Foundation to watch and critique SOTU

F-One
I never meant to say that the Conservatives are generally stupid. I meant to say that stupid people are generally Conservative. I believe that is so obviously and universally admitted a principle...
John Stuart Mill 1866

Heh

A non partisan organization in the technical and legal sense, that happens to be filled with partisan zealots in the "we <3 baggers" sense.