Charles Krauthammer remembers the "Denver Worship Session" in 2008, compares midterms with presidential elections.

October 22, 2014

Charles Krauthammer wants us to remember when President "Rockstar" appeared in Denver at the 2008 "worship session." There was hope, change and a future for America that didn't include George W. Bush and the GOP. The country was relieved that our collective nightmare was over, the country reeling from full economic collapse, we needed something positive to join us together and Barack Obama was that something.

Fox News has been unbearably envious since they ran that candidate who introduced the world to the Palin-Hoarders-Duck-Dynasty-Wassilabilly family, complete with a pregnant teenage daughter, so proudly for everyone to see. They've been even more vitriolic since Ann Romney told "You People" to stop it, this is hard, you lousy 47% peasants. They couldn't hate the president more, the same president that lowered unemployment FOUR percentage points since his inauguration, less than six years ago, he's added 10.3 million jobs in 55 straight months of private sector job growth. But now, since Red State Democrats, whose electorate is addicted to the Fox, feel they must distance themselves from the black president's name, all the fame and pomp and circumstance surrounding the president is OVER? Krauthammer believes that is so.

So he proclaims,

“He’s gotta hide under his desk until November,” he said. “He’s not going to go out and campaign in these states, obviously, but this is hard for him to take.”

So the president who humbly and pensively makes decent decision after decision, not ruining the country like Baby Bush, who destroyed any corporation or jurisdiction he got his hands on, is a fame whore? What evidence do you present, Fox News, that proves this, other than your own pundits pandering to their frightened, White, 65+ audience?

I suppose anyone who runs for president of the United States has to have somewhat of an ego, but I don't hear President Obama talking about the "haves and the have mores." He's trying to get people to get out and vote in an election that is always difficult for the second term incumbent president. He's still speaking to standing room only crowds, drawing impressive numbers when he endorses a candidate

Obama Irrelevant? Project Much Krauthammer?

The envy of President Obama is borderline pathological. Krauthammer insists anyone that the Democratic Party runs is going to have some sort of god complex, because all Republicans do. Projection is what the Republican Party does best, so if they are accusing a Democrat of something, they most likely are up to those very same shenanigans. We still have two more years of Obama Derangement Syndrome left, so there will be plenty more projecting.

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