Ever since Barack Hussein Obama burst onto the national scene, Seraphic Secret has maintained that this ideologically rigid leftist is riddled with personal pathologies that, given the opportunity to metastize, will spell a decline of Americanism at home and abroad. And when American power and influence wane, the vacuum is rapidly colonized by the wicked forces of repression and genocide.
Now, after six years of Obama, the American economy is moribund, ObamaCare is unraveling the world’s greatest health care system, the Russians and the Chinese are on the march, and the Middle East—except for tiny democratic Israel—is in flames. IslamoNazis are seizing ground in Iraq, Syria, Nigeria, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen.
Keep in mind that Obama’s first foreign policy initiative was to repair relations with the Muslim world.
Obamas’ repair has harvested a universe of chaos, mass murder, and hundreds of thousands of refugees.
Last Saturday, WSJ columnist Peggy Noonan, who admired Obama until she didn’t, opined that the problem with Obama is his unwisdom.
My wife Karen, a Ph.D. psychologist with a specialty in testing and diagnosis, felt that Noonan’s unwisdom thesis was, um, unwise.
Karen fired off a comment to Noonan’s column that strikes yours truly as a classic of lucid, jargon free diagnosis.
… It is not that Obama is not showing wisdom, that he is not making good decisions. It is that he sees himself above the need to make wise decisions. He has contempt for the very need for consultation, for pragmatism, or for accountability. He worships himself, and he thinks he can do no wrong.