In Obama’s world there are 57 states in the U.S. There was one bomb dropped on Pearl Harbor. You can sleep through church enough to miss twenty years of sermons. Nuremberg was a good example of habeas corpus. And presidents serve for, oh, eight to ten years. (Oh, well. It’s not like he taught constitutional law or anything.)
So what if he gets a little confused between Germany and Poland? Get a load of where he chose to give his speech in Germany.
To paraphrase a favorite movie, “Truly he has a dizzying intellect.”
(This failed to post the other day when I wrote it. The gaffes continue, at such a pace I can’t keep up.)
This article in the New Yorker about the neurology of itching ends up going into fascinating territory when it talks about treating phantom limb problems with mirrors.
Much of it is speculative, but fascinating none the less. The neurological frontier is certainly expanding.
Time to disband the TSA.
At that point, Perry was standing in his underwear in public view. He asked to see a supervisor. That made things worse.
“She was yelling ‘I have power, I have power, I have power,” Perry said. The power to stop him from flying to Florida with his wife that day to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
Outrageous. Unless Mr. Perry happens to be a middle-eastern male of military age, of course.