Disparate Voices, Dick Morris and Maureen Dowd, Expose Unraveling of the Obama Mystique!

By John W. Lillpop

As reported in the following youtube clip, Dick Morris, political pundit and former adviser to President Clinton, believes that Bill Clinton is actually hoping that Barack Obama fails in his reelection bid.


Meanwhile, leftist Maureen Dowd, columnist for the New York Times, appears to have experienced a close encounter with the brutal truth as concerns the 44th President.

Her spirited column, Dreaming of a Superhero, is a sure sign that Obama’s hypnotic control over the minds of the mindless left is but a memory from the past.

The entire Dowd column was is available at the reference; excerpts are provided below:

ON Friday night, the nation’s capital was under a tornado watch. And that was the best thing that happened to the White House all week.
As the president was being slapped by Mitt Romney for being too weak on national security, he was being rapped by a Times editorial for being too aggressive on national security.

A Times article by Jo Becker and Scott Shane revealed that the liberal law professor who campaigned against torture and the Iraq war now personally makes the final decisions on the “kill list,” targets for drone strikes. “A unilateral campaign of death is untenable,” the editorial asserted.

On Thursday, Bill Clinton once more telegraphed that he considers Obama a lightweight who should not have bested his wife. Bluntly contradicting the Obama campaign theme that Romney is a heartless corporate raider, Clinton told CNN that the Republican’s record at Bain was “sterling.”

Covering a humorous W. at the unveiling of his portrait, the White House press actually seemed nostalgic for the president who bollixed up Afghanistan, Iraq, Katrina and the economy — a sure sign that the Obama magic is flagging.

On Friday, an ugly job market report led to the stock market’s worst day of the year. As the recovery flat-lined, the president conceded to a crowd at a Honeywell factory in Golden Valley, Minn., that “our economy is still facing some serious headwinds” and getting sucked further into Europe’s sinkhole. In depressing imagery for the start of the summer campaign, cable channels carried the red Dow arrow pointing down while Obama spoke; the Dow wiped out all of its 2012 gains.

The president who started off with such dazzle now seems incapable of stimulating either the economy or the voters.
His campaign is offering Obama 2012 car magnets for a donation of $10; cat collars reading “I Meow for Michelle” for $12; an Obama grill spatula for $40, and discounted hoodies and T-shirts. How the mighty have fallen.

Once glowing, his press is now burning. “To a very real degree, 2008’s candidate of hope stands poised to become 2012’s candidate of fear,” John Heilemann wrote in New York magazine, noting that because Obama feels he can’t run on his record, his campaign will resort to nuking Romney.”

Dick Morris and Maureen Dowd could not be more different in their political perspectives and affiliations.

The fact that both see ominous signs for Obama is terrific news for those of us who savor a return to the good old days--the "Pre-Obama" era.

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