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Neo-neocon discussed, July 22, Obama: ignorant or arrogant? fool or knave? liar or stupid? And does it really matter anymore? I left a comment:

Obama is amazing, actually. Hes just like Lincoln was, except completely different. Lincoln was extremely careful to make sure that he said what he meant and meant what he said. (His famous letter to Horace Greeley is probably the finest example of that kind of precision; it should, perhaps, be mentioned that Lincoln and Greeley had been friends already for years.) Obama, on the other hand, seems to take great care to avoid saying what he means and to mean other than what he says.
Obama seems to engage in a great deal of cogitation before expressing himself (off-prompter); too bad the effort seems to be to keep himself from saying what hes actually thinking. What kind of person does that? And how long can he keep it up consistently? And what are the consequences to his psyche of doing so?...

And American Digest looked at the Henry Louis Gates debacle, July 23; I left a comment:

If we didn't know it before (which everybody should have), we do know now that Obama is not the post-racial president: he's the most-racial president.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Sun. 07/26/09 08:37:30 PM
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