Perhaps, but I don’t know which. Maybe He is simply a bad person. A psychiatrist would need to examine Him professionally
to draw any useful conclusions. Still, it can be fun to guess.
Here’s a Trifecta video that raises the question about his boredom or incompetence.
A psychiatrist friend once told me (in jest, of course) of three categories into which psychiatric patients fall: sad, mad and bad. I don’t know whether President Obama is sad, mad, bad, bored or incompetent. However, it seems clear that He is either maliciously competent enough to fail America intentionally or that He is an abject failure because others have always done the hard work for Him and that’s all He has learned how to be. I wonder whether He even knows which it is. If the latter, He won’t acknowledge it because now He has plenty of other people to blame instead of Himself.
No need to wait around three years and beyond to know what Barack Obama’s “legacy” will be. It will be failure. Few, if any, presidents have demonstrated his level of incompetence and ineptitude.
Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act, is called President Obama’s legacy legislation, the one for which he will be remembered, much as Franklin D. Roosevelt is remembered for Social Security or Harry Truman is remembered for Medicare. Obama is likely to regret his legacy, though you can be sure that while he lives he will blame its failure on everyone but himself.
Obamacare, enacted in his first term, will be emblematic of the eight years in which every policy Obama initiated swiftly became a failure. Does anyone recall his “stimulus” with “shovel ready jobs” that did not materialize? Or “Cash for Clunkers”? How many millions were loaned to “green energy” companies that rapidly went bankrupt? Not everything failed. His “war on coal” has been a success if you measure success in the number of plants generating electricity shut down and workers laid off. And, of course, there is the doubling of the national debt. It’s a long list.
Please read the rest of Mr. Caruba’s article. It provides a good summary. Bryan Preston of PJ Tatler has provided an interesting comparison of ObamaCare and the Titanic — ObamaCare is worse.
I suggested a couple of days ago that President Obama must be sad because of His multiple domestic and foreign policy misadventures. Perhaps I was wrong and should have written instead that He should be sad. Or maybe just mad.
Could He be so dense that He does not even understand that His failures are failures? Perhaps some fine day He will be sent to an asylum for mental reconditioning, courtesy of ObamaCare, to be subjected to constant repetitions of this little ditty until He reforms:
According to this article at Fox News,
The collapse of ObamaCare is the tip of the iceberg for the magical Obama presidency.
From the moment he emerged in the public eye with his 2004 speech at the Democratic Convention and through his astonishing defeat of the Clintons in 2008, Barack Obama’s calling card has been credibility. He speaks, and enough of the world believes to keep his presidency afloat. Or used to.
All of a sudden, from Washington to Riyadh, Barack Obama’s credibility is melting.
Dear me! What an historic event.