Even his enablers at the New York Slimes are disturbed that rather than try to patch up his dysfunctional relationship with Congress, the Community Organizer in Chief would rather jabber on the phone like a smitten teenager and sulk over his lost Love.
Air Force One had just landed in Manchester, N.H., on a brisk Tuesday morning last month when President Obama made an admission to Valerie B. Jarrett, his close friend and senior adviser [i.e., teleprompter programmer].
“I just called Reggie,” Mr. Obama said. It was his first domestic trip without Reggie Love, the former Duke University basketball player who had been his constant companion and presidential “body man” until he left in November to study for his M.B.A. full time. “I miss him,” the president confessed.
More noteworthy than Mr. Obama’s spending the short flight calling his longtime aide is what he did not do: schmooze with Washington politicians. No one from the New Hampshire Congressional delegation traveled with Mr. Obama on the plane, a perk that presidents often offer to lawmakers to foster good will.
Love, the bandit who heisted B. Hussein’s heart, confirms that his former companion is more interested in sports and those who play them than politics:
“The president would prefer to watch the Bears, White Sox or Bulls, or any sports matchup, instead of watching MSNBC or watching 13 Republican presidential debates.”
Who can blame him? I would definitely rather watch the ChiSox lose than any of the shrieking moonbattery on MSNBC. But being president at all, Bathhouse Barry might want to develop an interest in political stuff. It would help him get his mind off Reggie until he manages to win another’s devotion with his charming gay face.
On tips from Aaron and Mary.