LATE EDITION 9-9-12
Perhaps what was envisioned as an eternal love affair with the American media and Barack Obama, actually may now be balancing on a 3-inch diameter tight-wire (well, you can't expect the oceans to part overnight).
Liberal columnist Maureen Dowd, commenting in the New York Times opines on Obama's Convention whining about the insurmountable latitude of the country's economic woes. In part, Dowd observes with this:
…We’re so lame. We were naïve, brimming with confidence that we could slow the rise of the oceans, heal the planet, fix the cracks in the Capitol dome.
We never should have let the Congressional Democrats run wild with their stimulus spending on pork that didn’t even create the right kinds of jobs.
And finally, this zinger, which coincidentally dove-tails so nicely with our above observations about Valerie Jarrett.
He gave it to us straight: It’s not me, it’s you.
…Maybe we relied too much on Valerie Jarrett, a k a the Night Stalker and Keeper of the Essence.