Obama Jumped The Shark

According to Peter Wehner, President Obama jumped the shark when Obama criticized the U.S. Supreme Court on 2 April 2012.  Here is an excerpt from Wehner’s commentary:

. . . this has been quite a bad stretch for the president. His comments about the Supreme Court, when combined with his astonishingly dishonest attack on the House GOP budget (see here for more), portray a president who is living in a fantasy world — a place where facts and history are inverted, lies become truth, where everything is subordinated to ambition and you simply make things up as you go along. Nietzsche referred to this mindset as the “will to power.” In American politics it’s known as The Chicago Way.

I don’t know what the political effect of all this will be. But intellectually, this is the week where Barack Obama jumped the shark. In a deep, fundamental way, he is no longer a serious man. Nor an honest one. His public words are now purposefully bleached of truth. And that is a painful thing to have to say about an American president.

According to Wehner, what Obama did is a part of “The Chicago Way”. Gee, I always thought that jumping the shark was the Milwaukee way. What would the Fonz think about all of this?

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