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February 10, 2009

NY Times Writer Gushes Lurid Obamalove

Posted by Dave Blount at February 10, 2009 9:02 AM

The New York Times is runny with the slobber that oozes from the liberal establishment's love affair with Chairman Zero. Confesses Obama pom-pom girl Judith Warner:

The other night I dreamt of Barack Obama. He was taking a shower right when I needed to get into the bathroom to shave my legs, and then he was being yelled at by my husband, Max, for smoking in the house. It was not clear whether Max was feeling protective of the president's health or jealous because of the cigarette.

Warner wants us to know she isn't the only one with off-color dreams of the Moonbat Messiah.

Many women — not too surprisingly — were dreaming about sex with the president. In these dreams, the women replaced Michelle with greater or lesser guilt or, in the case of a 62-year-old woman in North Florida, whose dream was reported to me by her daughter, found a fully above-board solution: "Michelle had divorced Barack because he had become 'too much of a star.' He then married my mother, who was oh so proud to be the first lady," the daughter wrote me.
There was some daydreaming too, much of it a collective fantasy about the still-hot Obama marriage. "Barack and Michelle Obama look like they have sex. They look like they like having sex," a Los Angeles woman wrote to me, summing up the comments of many. …
One woman wrote that when she couldn't get to sleep at night, she "lay in bed and thought about the Obama girls in their rooms at the White House. I thought about Marian Robinson up on the third floor. And about Barack and Michelle, a couple who clearly have a 'thing' for each other, spooning together in bed. It helped me relax."

Unfortunately, the exaltedness of The One reminds some people of their own shortcomings.

These are people for whom the Obamas are not just a beacon of hope, inspiration and "demigodlikeness," as a New York lawyer put it, but also a kind of mirror. And the refracted image of self they see is not one they much admire.
"I keep thinking about how I squandered my education and youth," the New York lawyer wrote to me. "I went off to college from high school being completely community-minded, doing a lot of volunteer work for the homeless and for hunger and tutoring poor kids. Then I got to college and forgot my ideals. Barack was my year at Columbia. Why wasn't I hanging out with him and being serious and following my ideals instead of hanging out in clubs? Same with law school. I partied my way through instead of taking advantage of all that I could have. Both Obamas were there when I was. I feel like if I'd been a better person I would have gotten to know them."

Inadequacy in the face of the Moonbat Messiah even effects the sleazy dreams.

Another Washington woman, a global health care consultant, expressed her sense of Obama-inadequacy in a dream: "I dreamed I was an Obama girl. I had a chance to be in the same room with him for the first time. There were dark velvet chairs and he was standing there with all this dark and mist around him. His lips so purple and sensuous as if to be otherworldly," she wrote to me. "I moved gently toward him and then I said the wrong thing. Obama tamped it down like some vapor that didn't register. He wasn't even flattered."

Imagine expecting a paper that would publish this crap to fulfill its duty of defending the public from Obama's already alarming power grabs. At least at the very end of her gushy reverie of an editorial, Warner rallies herself and asks an intelligent question:

What will happen if fantasy turns to contempt?

As an MSM propagandist, it's Warner's job to keep that from happening. She's got her work cut out for her.

The Anointed One has come to claim hearts.

On a tip from Scaramouche.