“You know what Obama’s problem is? He’s bored because he’s just too damn talented to do what other people do.”

by editor on November 18, 2010

We just reached an important conclusion. It’s not like we spent a lot of time thinking about it. No, it just came to us in a sudden flash of insight when we read the quote below. Nevertheless, we’re pretty damn sure this conclusion is correct:

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"The people love you, Mr. President," said the most dangerous woman in America, "because you're so much smarter than they are."

Valerie Jarrett is the most dangerous woman in America.

We think you’ll agree when you read about the public fellatio she willingly performs on Barack Obama in a new bio on our manboy president:

In his biography of Obama, “The Bridge,” David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, quotes White House senior adviser and longtime Obama friend Valerie Jarrett: “I think Barack knew that he had God-given talents that were extraordinary. He knows exactly how smart he is. … He knows how perceptive he is. He knows what a good reader of people he is. And he knows that he has the ability — the extraordinary, uncanny ability — to take a thousand different perspectives, digest them and make sense out of them, and I think that he has never really been challenged intellectually. … So what I sensed in him was not just a restless spirit but somebody with such extraordinary talents that had to be really taxed in order for him to be happy. … He’s been bored to death his whole life. He’s just too talented to do what ordinary people do.”

Like we said, Valerie Jarrett is the most dangerous woman in America. The Emperor has no clothes and she’s telling him how nice his suit looks.

Is it any wonder the guy’s out of touch with the American people?

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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