Posted by CotoBlogzz
We continue to argue that President Obama's Freudians are not errors, as much as they are indicators of his psychological fingerprint. A troubling pattern if you will:
|Psychological fingerprint, or Damaged Neurons?|
"That's Bad Crazy . . . You Don’t Want Billionaires Paying The Same Tax Rate As Jews . . . I Mean Janitors”
Or 'I've Visited 57 States' Freudian Slip - There are 57 member states in the Organization of the Islamic Conference, which roughly coincides with the number of countries currently boasting a Muslim majority population
Or "You've had enough of him, but I have to deal with him every day," referring to Israel ' Prime Minister
The there is the President's condemnation of the English Embassy in Tehran, then getting it wrong a second time, called it the Embassy of the United Kingdom.
The President also thinks Hawaii is in Asia.
You may recall that President Barack Obama in celebration of Jewish Heritage Month issued a proclamation laude ding Nazi supporter Gertrude Stein. Stein, who was Jewish, supported the puppet Vichy regime in France in the Second World War through her friend, historian and Nazi collaborator Bernard Fay.
Forget about the President's " more flexibility after my "re-election" comments to Medvedv about missile defense system.
The latest Obama Freudian in the growing list is no Polish Joke.
During the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony, the President was
Trying to honor a famous Pole, Jan Karski, a resistance fighter who sneaked behind enemy lines to bear witness at the atrocities being committed against Jews. President Obama referred to him being smuggled "into the Warsaw ghetto and a Polish death camp to see for himself" - as opposed to a Nazi death camp in German-occupied Poland.
On second thought, perhaps the Freudians in this case are less of a psychological fingerprint, and more long term brain damage due to drug abuse. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, " Research has shown that, in chronic users, marijuana had an adverse impact on learning someone and who smokes marijuana every day may be functioning at a suboptimal intellectual level all of the time. And while Research into the effects of long-term cannabis use on the structure of the brain has yielded inconsistent results .. This uncertainty may stem from confounding factors such as other drug use, residual drug effects, or withdrawal symptoms in long-term chronic users."