Banksy's harsh philosophy about perseverance is contained in a mural, located at Columbus and Broadway in San Francisco, that isn't very noticeable at street level and so there is a high degree of probability that President Obama did not see the art work that advises "If at first you don't succeed -- call in an airstrike," which might become a philosophical conundrum if the endeavor in question happens to be ineffective airstrikes such as the ones NATO is conducting against Libya. The fact that the NATO airstikes are now being supplemented by unmanned drone attacks might mean that Obama did see Banksy's mural during a recent Presidential visit to Frisco and realized that Col. Kurtz (Marlon Brando) in "Apocalypse Now," was right when he wrote: "We must exterminate them!" The Libyans will learn to love America for its efforts to protect them from Gaddafi or die in the process.
The newest American quagmire seems to be causing an identity crisis for Obama supporters. If America's first President of Panafrican heritage is doing what George W. Bush did how can they explain their extensive criticism of the Republican and simultaneously defend their enthusiasm for the Democratic Party President who is committing the Bush initiated war crimes and atrocities at an even greater pace?
Progressive talk radio shows now feature hosts who promote Obama's agenda with the same degree of incomprehensible propaganda babble as Uncle Rushbo provided for Dubya when he first started the American commitment to invasions, slaughter, and torture.
The President seems to assume that the writers for liberal web sites owe him the same level of unquestioning fanatical support as he gets from the paid hacks on the airwaves.
The World's Laziest Journalist has consistently ridiculed the logic contained in George W. Bush's line of completely absurd reasoning used to rationalize his foreign policy that grew out of the barrel of a gun. We have asked, long before the dedication of the Bush Presidential Library, if there would be a display featuring an example of the aluminum tubes that provided a ludicrous rational for going to war because we believe that the columnist's role in society is to criticize all politicians. We stand prepared to question and criticize the winner of the 2012 Presidential Election regardless of who wins.
If the winner happens to be a Republican, that will make what we write a very welcome contribution to various liberal websites. If the winner is the Democratic Party candidate that means that our efforts will be a bit uncomfortable for readers who want partisan enthusiasm rather than sarcastic criticism.
Does that mean that the World's Laziest Journalist will never offer punditry for pay services? If we wanted to provide hired gun wordsmithing, we'd just run an ad saying something like this: "Have laptop; will gush (pro-Democratic Party gibberish) Wire Palindrome San Francisco." For the time being, that ain't gonna happen.
For reason which only a conspiracy theory lunatic would appreciate, we think that it behooves the (Karl Rove) Republican game plan to promote the misperception that President Obama has a commanding lead over the assortment of ragtag Republicans vying for their party's Presidential Nomination.
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