A change in Obama’s image?
William Gensert at American Thinker makes a fascinating point: “there is no one left who still believes in Barack’s brilliance.” It’s fascinating because, for all these years of the Age of Obama, right up until the first debate, there was never any shortage of liberals and conservatives who would, no matter what their disappointments or disagreements with him, ooze about the man’s remarkable brilliance. His recovery in the second debate was a recovery of energy and toughness, not of brilliance. Is it possible, then, that the myth of Obama’s mental gifts is permanently dissipated, and that public opinion generally, and not just on the dyspeptic right, will now see him as the empty black suit he is?
Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 22, 2012 11:40 AM | Send