Obama and true Genius

For once I am going to do a Post without any links; you will find the full gambit of viewpoints and counter viewpoints from A to Z in the Media.

 The Master of Genius

 With one stroke lasting but a few days; you can hate him or stand on your heads in frustration but he has silenced all his critics and opponents with this masterpiece.  Nobody saw it coming; and it took only a quick jaunt out to India.

 What has he achieved?

 Nobody in the Democratic Party will now oppose him as candidate for 2012.

 A wavering Media that started getting ready to abandon ship and expressed some pretty strong criticism on his leadership during the days just before mid-term will fall back in line.

 He will be the unopposed Democratic candidate [forget about Hillary] and win 2012 with an enormous majority because he has now sealed his primary voter base amongst the Muslim, Indian and Black voters.

 The Republican House Majority will be silenced or risk being called partisan and unpatriotic when their country needs them most.

International and UN Implications

 Obama has struck a hard blow at the Anglo-Saxon Nations.

 His support of a seat for India will require a Veto to stop it.  Who is going to veto it?  One of the permanent members may do it, yes, but at what risk to them?

 He has put enormous pressure on current World Leaders Russia and China and I think that he won this round.

Economic and Financial Implications

 That has never been of any concern to Obama.  He is not there to repair the economy and the African in him does not think about long-term little matters like that.

 All he has to do is keep the printing presses running double shifts for two years and get his second term.  Blaming Bush for the economy will see him through his second term; that’s all he needs and wants; then to retire and be one of the richest people in the World within a few years.

 He may even make it to become King and Emperor of the New World Order, a dream I am sure that he still wants with more and greater fervor than anyone has ever wanted anything before him.

 Any other risks

 A further move to recession will benefit him.  Enough voters believed the story that Bush caused the Worldwide Economic Recession.  I see no reason for that to change.

 Germany and a few others that are also eyeing a seat on the UN Security council may be too strong to get India in.  All Obama will have to do in that case is to point out “Look, I tried my best, India, but those fellows beat us.”  I wouldn’t bet a dime of my own money on any promise he makes anyway but he has India in the bag now.  Promises are made in Politics, so what?

The Planning and Genius of the “Jaunt”

It was masterful.  To plan an operation like this needs months; just the security arrangements must have been a massive operation requiring months of work between the two countries.  To carry it out with the surgical precision of 911 without any Wiki-leaks or even a sniff in the Media until one small cynical reference about “another Obama holiday” two weeks before mid-term required good house-keeping and information control.

You may not like him as a person or as President but give the man his due; nobody comes a close second to him on the campaign trail.

 Last little secret

 Whose idea was it?  Who first decided to do it?  Was it Obama or was it Axelrod?  Was it someone else maybe?  You will never know but the idea was true genius and the execution was brilliant.

 And the timing even with how many mid-term results still to be finalized?  You have to admire the sheer Audacity when almost everyone else had given up all Hope.

Insertion for links

 Come to think of it I have decided to name a few Bloggers [with compliments and recognition to them] who unwittingly contributed to my decision to Post this article.  They are:







23 Responses to “Obama and true Genius”

  1. Cheech Says:

    Hello Ike, Heh heh heh, are you aware Obama’s sanity is being questioned while he is hiding in India?

    His own party is pointing out that we are sending jobs to India worth several billion dollars more than we might get back by them buying more Harley Davidsons or John Deere tractors.

    Nope, Obama has and continues to prove he has a tin ear when it comes to understanding the American people.

    Please take a look at this website, This man is the most listened to radio talkshow host in the world with about 20 million fans truning in every day. http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_110810/content/01125107.guest.html

    He has great humour mixed with true facts an isn’t afraid
    to mix it up with the liberals.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Thanks Cheech

      I appreciate the humor and I shall visit Rushes Site; in fact I have been doing it.

      What do you think however, of my view that Obama may just be a jump ahead now with the clever India visit?

      It is a grave mistake that so many voters see him as an American Politician; my point is that he is not; in fact I believe Obama to be a Liberanarchist in disguise but that he won this round for the reasons as I explain.

      Please do come back with everything you have.

  2. Bob Mack Says:

    Howdy, Ike. If India gets on the Security Council there goes Pakistan as an ally (dubious as they are) against AQ. Of course, that may be Obama’s intent.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Thanks Bob

      Your last sentence confirms my thinking on the man. That mind in that head works in devious ways. He is working towards an unassailable win-win situation.

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  4. Cheech Says:

    Ike, I could not disagree more regarding his visit to India putting him a jump ahead. To the average American, India means nothing.

    It’s becoming clear that Obama is just a puppet whos strings are being pulled by George Soros, the same man who crashed the UKs pound back in the 90s.

    The man may have been born in the US, Hawaii, right after it became a state, but he never experienced being being raised as a typical American child. You add his admitted drug use in his teens and his being influenced by radical socialists, you start to wonder why we would want this man making decisions for the US.

    Look for a rough ride when he gets back home.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      You make a lot of good points but like most Americans you don’t grasp Obama’s strong Africanism. In fact, Americans in general don’t understand Africa at all. Good grief Cheech, President Bush handed Mandela America’s top Medal of Honor and the Brits put a statue of him on Trafalgar; the man was the leader of the terrorist killers but you guys think of him as a Saint.

      I fervently hope that I am wrong. Yes, he is a puppet in many ways but you overstate that and forget the strong influence of Africa. If you knew that when you read his Dreams book it will come out of the pages and choke you.

      Yes too, he may be a lousy President but my Post is about him as a campaigner and he has no equal anywhere near when it comes to that, plus his captive vote plus the fools that will vote for him anyway.

      I hope I am wrong. What if I am not? That’s the question you have to ask.

  5. Ike Jakson Says:


    Have you read Alan Drury’s trilogy on America’s politics of fifty years ago? I need to need to know whether you have before I can select on what to comment? Do let me know soon. I shall appreciate it if you would do it as a comment here because it is highly relevant to the Post.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      So sorry and my apologies. There is an Alan Drury and an Allen Drury the Author as I should have spelled it. Alan was another guy.

  6. Nolanimrod Says:

    Yo! Ike! This is a really cool post.

    I like especially that you began it with a terse announcement that there were going to be no hyper-links and ended it with 6.

    This reminds me of possibly my favorite movie, Adaptation.

    In that movie the main character, a screenwriter, thinks to himself of all the cheap tricks he’s NOTgoing to do with a screenplay of a book. Then he goes to a class on screenwriting and the instructor tells him the things it is important NOTto do, including one thing it is VERY IMPORTANTnever to do.

    Then, as the movie unfolds, the screenwriter (on the screen) and the screenwriter (the one who wrote the screenplay) both proceed to do all of it.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      Thanks for your story. I did publish the initial Post without links and only added them much later to recognize and as compliment to the nice people I met in Blogging.

      What do you think of the theme though? I am serious if I say I would like a lot of input from you to guide me along.

  7. Nolanimrod Says:

    P.S. Your blog posted the time of my comment as 4:24 pm. My clock says 11:24 am. 5 hours. Though with the end of Daylight Saving Time in a couple of weeks it will be 6.

    Ah, Daylight Saving Time. Instituted during the presidency of our first president, although not the last, to get a Nobel Peach Prize for making more likely.

    Liberals love it because it was made nationwide, thereby being another issue where the national government took control of a local issue away from the states. And the funniest thing about it is that Liberals, who will tell you that the Founding Fathers carefully-crafted language in the U.S. Constitution is merely guidance and shouldn’t be too closely consulted because, Hey! That was a different era! will, should one scoff at Daylight Saving Time in the post whale-oil lamp era, immediately point out that Ben Franklin liked the idea.

    It may interest you to know that, when DST was first made nationwide and mandatory there was a provision for a state to Opt Out of it and one state did: Arizona. The state upon which the Obama administration is currently making war more likely.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      Thanks for the interested history about daylight saving time. I remembered when I motor-homed the Central States I crossed the time line three four times a day backwards and forewords on the blue routes and the smaller roads.

      But I do still need more input from you on the man The One. He seems to be saying ‘Up You, America” from his Djakarta base in Indonesia. What are we to do?

  8. Nolanimrod Says:

    P.S. Make that … making war more likely.

  9. Cheech Says:

    Ike, I have not read the book and it’s likesly I never will be able to. As I have grown older my eyes will not stay focused long enough to read more than a couple of paragraphs.

    Regarding Obama’s “Africanness”. We know enough about it to know he is not one of us and does not have the best interest of the US in his heart.

    A lot can happen between now and 2012, I suspect the republican house will try to impeach him before then and I hope they do.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      Well, I didn’t know about your eyesight but then we are in the exact same position. Actually I only have one eye left, having lost all sight in the left eye compliments of an ophthalmologist eleven years ago, and now battle with the other one too.

      But as for Drury when you discuss it with friends it will interest you. He wrote the first one Advise and Consent in 1959, followed by the other two Preserve and Protect and Capable of Honor. Advise and Consent won a Pulitzer and was made into a movie.

      The books provide the visitor with the most compelling insight into the workings of the American Senate and in some smaller part that of the UN. Apart from that, and that is why I asked whether you have read it, it provides the reader with an overall glimpse of India in International Affairs 50 years ago, and then quite remarkable for an American author of the time a sketch of the African Politician of that time. The latter is so accurate in interpretation it blew my mind.

      So you said previously that the average American does not care about India and in your new comment that you know enough about Obama’s “Africanness” …..

      Cheech old Friend, if all Americans had read Allen Drury and visited Kenya in 1960 Obama would not have made it up the steps of the Illinois Senate building. Regarding India I suggest that you should find out. It is not Obama’s India as he may start thinking; the Indian is a crafty Nation and on the move to higher places.

      I am just a friend of America because I love you guys. Goodness gracious me, dear man, I am no lover of Obama but you guys still underestimate the man. This Asian jaunt, and then onto Indonesia was brilliant in reminding American voters who is in charge. Ignore that at your peril.

  10. Bob Mack Says:

    Ike, you may find this article of interest:


    BTW, last year within 3 months, the vision in my left eye was totally obscured by a fast growing (moving?) cataract. Found out I had one in the other eye as well. Had both operations the same month, now I see like an eagle (an old one) again. Wonder if that would’ve happened 2 years from now with Obamacare in effect.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      Thanks for dropping in and accept my apologies for addressing you as Mack in a previous comment, though that is a very nice name too.

      I shall study your link and let you know but my eye had to do with a retina and then ….

      That’s for later.

      I am curious to have your views on this Post [chuckle] and hope you realize that it is a little tongue in cheek [chuckle] but I don’t think that it is a joke. Nothing about Obama is a joke or funny enough to laugh at.

      Do let me know and thanks again for the eye-link; in my case I suppose I am now an old mole.

  11. Bob Mack Says:

    Ike, they called me Mack for 3 yrs. in the army. Shortening of my actual longer surname. That was okay, some guys they just called “Alphabet”. I kept “Mack” as a pen name. I’ll have to ponder your post some more. My original thought was that the trips to India and Indonesia were basically a way to get Obama out of Dodge after the election enroute to the G-20 summit where the real damage to American interests will be done. BTW, I read all of Alan Drury’s books years ago, so long ago that I can’t really remember them. They were popular among us nascent conservatives in the ’60s.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Thanks Bob

      We must be about the same age I guess if you mention the sixties. I hit the three score and ten on August 3rd and except for the eye enjoy excellent health. Were it not for Obama I would be the happiest man alive.

      You must read some Drury again and tell [instruct] your grandchildren to read his trilogy. I think that we run different Blogs but we have the same dreams. However, though I see the sense in what you said about “getting Obama out of Dodge,” it appears to me that his personal attitude is one of “Up you, America” and that worries me.

      There was a time when I was hoping that the Democrats would see the error of their ways in having allowed him to run but it seems they are now stuck with him.

      Obama is an Enigma. Nobody really knows the guy and he isn’t telling anyone.

      I shall stay around with you and we will see. But don’t forget telling your children about Drury.

  12. Nolanimrod Says:

    I did like the part about the pigs having their wings eaten.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      Thanks, but just remember that it is not my story. I don’t want to get into no fight with Darwin or any of his disciples.

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