Friday, June 26, 2015

President Obama's exceptionalism

I note from time to time - - one example - - that it is preposterous that Walker could consider himself presidential-worthy. Consider for a moment this man who cannot string together a coherent sentence replacing the graceful Barack Obama who set a new standard for presidential eloquence on our behalf before leading thousands of mourners singing Amazing Grace at Rev. Clementa Pinckney's memorial service today.


my5cents said...

Walker couldn't hold a candle to Barack Obama in a million years. Some times Walker reminds me of an adolescent with his body language. I so hope to see him react to unscripted scenarios in the near future to see how he really does handle himself in spur of the moment situations. I will bet you anything that he looks for an escape every time and gets away as quickly as possible. That is not a characteristic of a leader, but of a coward.

Anonymous said...

Yes, eloquence. I can't help but compare the eloquence of our last two Democratic Presidents, Bill Clinton and Barrack Obama, with the unsettling incoherence of the last Republican President, George W. Bush, and our own candidate to be the next Republican President, Scott K. Walker. The contrast is stunning. Why is that? Is it because they are/were always telling a lie?

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Right on the money. Walker proves the theory Bill Maher has that GOPs are really people of adult age that never grew up past age 14.

And like 14-year-olds , Scotty thinks we aren't seeing through his BS, when we see completely through it. This week's events show a guy who is in way over his head, both in Wisconsin and nationally