Saturday, September 17, 2011

‘The president has a real woman problem’

This may be a real doozy of a book. No word on who the "high-ranking female official" was but you can bet it wasn't Valerie Jarrett, the only woman who probably really gets through to him. (Remember, he threw his own grandmother under the bus, "wrote" Dreams about his drunk, womanizing father, not the mother who sorta brought him up, and chided Michelle publicly on the shopping.)

Yes, Valerie's a hardcore commie/socialist smiley face like him, and her brain enables his laziness. Michelle still resents him for his stinky socks and having to be breadwinner while he went swanning off with Bill Ayers on his leftist quests.

Anita Dunn is pretty devastating:
“‘The president has a real woman problem’ was the assessment of another high-ranking female official. ‘The idea of the boys’ club being just Larry and Rahm isn’t fair. He [Obama] was just as responsible himself.’ … ‘[L]ooking back,’ recalled Anita Dunn, when asked about it nearly two years later, ‘this place would be in court for a hostile workplace … Because it actually fit all of the classic legal requirements for a genuinely hostile workplace to women.’”
Gee, I wonder how Mao would have handled her. I don't really have much sympathy for these women, I think they've been pampered with affirmative action and have too much sense of entitlement. Growing up in a big family I learned to throw a few elbows and interrupt or I'd never get a hearing.

Let's face it though--these guys are jerky sleazeballs. (Didn't you know, ladies). Barack. Rahm. Gibbsy. Axelrod.

All the more reason to vote them out come 2012. Let's give 'em a huge headache.

P.S. You will note in the photo above, they're all from Chicago, with the exception of Gibbsy.Does Obama Have a Chicago Problem? - Timothy Noah, The New Republic:
Obama asked the former top Clinton aides for advice about what to do if he became president. Bowles immediately answered: "Leave your friends at home. They just create problems when you get to Washington." The other two former chiefs of staff nodded in agreement. Axelrod and Jarrett, Suskind writes, "looked on, dumbfounded." Suskind doesn't describe what reaction, if any, Daley had to this declaration.
Well, he's there now and Rahm's back home being mayor, inheriting Daley's brother's job.

Barack Obama has a problem, all right. Chicago is just emblematic of the bankrupt Dem Obamanomics approach, insular and arrogant.

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