Reading this article from the New York Times I was able to see yet more proof, after I finished throwing up that is, that liberalism is in fact a mental disorder.
The article started with the columnist saying she dreams of Obama taking a shower. This was both crazy and creepy at he same time. Personally I think she should be visited from the men in sunglasses from the Secret Service but that's just me.
I made it through this paragraph:
The other day a friend of mine confided that in the weeks leading up to the election, the Obamas’ apparent joy as a couple had made her just miserable. Their marriage looked so much happier than hers. Their life seemed so perfect. “I was at a place where I was tempted daily to throttle my husband,” she said. “This coincided with Michelle saying the most beautiful things about Barack. Each time I heard her speak about him I got tears in my eyes — because I felt so far away from that kind of bliss in my own life and perhaps even more, because I was so moved by her expressions of devotion to him. And unlike previous presidential couples, they are our age, have children the same age and (just imagine the stress of daily life on the campaign) by all accounts should have been fighting even more than we were.”
After that I was just too nauseated to do more than just scan the rest of the article.
There was mention of fantasies of having sex with Obama. But enough about Chris Matthews.
There was talk of fantasies of Michelle and Barack having sex with each other which would make Obama the first Democratic president to include his wife in his, well, never mind. Let's just say it's been awhile for Democratic wives.
Then there was this piece of pathetic nonsense:
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.”
Note to Lawyer in New York. If you feel you do not measure up because you are not as good a person as Barack Obama, re-examine your life, quickly. But then, he is a lawyer so Obama-lawyer slug, the scales are pretty balanced I guess.
Finally, "demigodlikeness"? This is where I threw up, again. Sorry, I've got to go.