That President Obama was a fraud was easy to spot, even before his election. That he was so incompetent was not. Time has affirmed the first suspect and revealed the latter.
The Mannequin-In-Chief is now increasingly seen for what he is — an incompetent fraud. The latest to call him out is Peggy Noonan:
He talks but he doesn’t implement, never makes it work. He allows the IRS under his watch to be humiliated by scandal, waste, ill judgements prompted by ideological assumptions. He allows his signature program, the one that will make his name in the history books, to debut in failure. In response he says bland, rounded words that leave you wondering what just got said.
Thomas Sowell spotted Obama for a phony (and an incompetent based on his economics) right from the beginning. In a recent piece he said:
Like other truly talented phonies, Barack Obama concentrates his skills on the effect of his words on other people — most of whom do not have the time to become knowledgeable about the things he is talking about. Whether what he says bears any relationship to the facts is politically irrelevant. A talented con man or a slick politician does not waste his time trying to convince knowledgeable skeptics. His job is to keep the true believers believing. He is not going to convince the others anyway.
How much more of this will the Democrat Party allow? How much more will the media try to cover up?
These are not hypothetical questions without consequence. Both institutions risk their futures trying to cover for this pompous, arrogant fool of a President.