The View From 1776
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
A Movie Made For TV
Both Senator Obama and his wife seem to view campaigning as a series of Actors Studio, method-acting performances to project whatever image their radical left-wing handlers deem appropriate for the audience at hand. They’re not just flip-flopping, they’re reinterpreting their performances in response to their liberal-progressive-socialist stage directors.
Read Byron York’s review comparing Michelle Obama’s performance in Denver with her performance in Charlotte, Noroth Carolina.
Bottom line: There is no there there; just an inexperienced young man who very much wants to become President of the United States, one who is prepared to say anything and to change any previously enunciated policy view if doing so will sway the voters.
Actors, of course, don’t have to be what they portray. But Presidents of the United States should be the real thing.