Once We’re Done With the One Aspirin Remark, Can We Return To The 1,000 Weeks of Racism and Anti-Americanism?
Let me affirm up front that Foster Friess’ chestnut observation was notably asinine and unfunny. No, I’m not pasting it here; click on the link to read the comment if you haven’t yet heard it. Mr. Friess needs to stick to his day job and leave the humor to the professionals.
Having said that, in a side matter, upon reflection, I am indebted to Mr. Friess for making the comment, as it inspired Barney Frank to utter this gem.
no, it’s an affirmation of the fact that intelligence is not uniform across the board. mr. friess is good at some things that made him very rich, but he also appears to have moronic tendencies.
Indeed, Congressman Dining Tabl … er, Frank, intelligence is not uniform across the board.
What’s interesting is how the media immediately tried to tack this comment to Rick Santorum. I don’t watch t.v. – someone give us an update: are they still doing so?
But in one way, this is good news. For if this is a worthy endeavor, the expose of the rantings of President Barack Obama’s preacher for twenty years – and a full examination of the implications about President Obama’s views on race and the United States – surely must be many times more worthwhile.
After all, the Friess comment was a single utterance of stupidity with no indication of concurrence by Santorum. Yet President Obama called Reverend Wright
his mentor, his moral compass, his sounding board on matters of politics
And with his presence in the pew week after week, President Obama appears to have affirmed twenty years of hatred and anger directed at the country and certain of the people that he now represents.
… or did he? I look forward to the media leading us on this exploration.