Monday, May 20, 2013

The "Mad" Presidency

Barack Obama has turned himself into Alfred E. Neuman. I’m sure you all remember the grinning face iconic of “Mad Magazine”. His enduring motto was “What, me worry?”. It is extremely difficult for someone with such a soul crushing job as that of President of the United States to achieve this level of disconnect. But our intrepid President is sublimely equipped with the inner resources to rise to this level of mental tranquility.

Being the most intelligent man in the world, undoubtedly gives him analytical capabilities that are far beyond what most mere mortals are able to attain. This gives him the capability to examine things in more cosmic terms. His massive intellect allows him to view these troubled years as having little effect on the cosmological history as a whole. 

While he sits in the oval office thinking great thoughts, as only he can, the more mundane matters of the presidency are blocked from his attention. This is obviously why he is not aware of anything that is happening in his administration, good or bad, until he hears about it on the news. Undoubtedly he hears it from the hard hitting reporters at MSNBC. It is common knowledge in liberal circles that, if it isn’t on MSNBC, it isn’t news. This method of keeping informed also allows his underlings to keep their “nose to the grindstone” as they don’t have to interrupt their highly skilled ministrations to keep their master informed.

The President must be a deeply religious man. That is undoubtedly why his long and instructional speeches sound so much like sermons. It is a marvelous thing that he is willing on an almost daily basis to teach us how to understand the complicated workings of a world that is so difficult for our tiny intellects to comprehend. It is good that he keeps repeating the same points over and over, so that we may eventually be able to retain them. Another clue to his deep religiosity is the huge amount of time he spends in Air Force One. Up there at forty thousand feet he just feels much nearer to God. To continue go to

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