I didn't have a chance to write some final thoughts about the State of the Union delusions Obama had the other night (power outage, digging out of snow storm).
One thought went through my mind. That was the difference between him and other President who faced a Congressional mid-term defeat.
After the 1994 mid-term losses, Bill Clinton showed just why he earned the nickname "Slick Willie." He stood before Congress and the American people and proudly proclaimed: "The era of big government is over."
In contrast, Barack Hussein Obama stood before America this past Tuesday and proclaimed, in so many words, that the era of bigger government has just begun. All indications before the speech were that every appearance at moderation was a mirage, because hidden in the flowery language was more big-government "solutions." But the media was too busy acting like cheerleaders instead of objective journalists to read the tea-leaves.
As predicted earlier, both a year ago and after the mid-terms, he proved Tuesday night that moderation is not in his vocabulary. He is an ideological, big-government socialist, and has never been forced into any kind of situation where he's had to moderate.
UPDATE: Ooops, I'd been in such a hurry to get out the door I hit "publish" and failed to attach this video, where the "WTF" description came from.
She was right on the money last night...and I thought I heard the sound of liberal heads exploding last night as I watched this.