Malignant narcissism in full bloom

Obama's self-love exposed!

Yesterday, the blogosphere was abuzz with Arkansas Rep. Marion Berry’s story about Barack Obama’s assurance to him that the Democrats wouldn’t have to follow Bill Clinton’s 1994 model and pull to the center. Why not? Because, said Obama, “the big difference here and in ’94 was you’ve got me.“ I was not at all surprised to read that Obama said that. As I’ve written consistently from the beginning, Obama is not a mere narcissist, he’s a malignant narcissist.

Unlike Bill Clinton, who wanted desperately to be loved, and would do anything to maintain that love, including abandoning his more extreme political beliefs, Obama has found his great love already: himself. Those around him, unless they genuflect to him, are knaves, fools, parasites and enemies. It is almost impossible for him to accommodate himself to them, because he so deeply disrespects them. There’s room in ’s life for only one successful person, and that is Obama. Anyone else’s success is a threat and must immediately be countered and destroyed.

This self-referential, egotistical quality may explain what commentators Left and Right are noticing, which is that Obama is not only self-involved, but abnormally defensive. Even when he purports to take the blame for a situation, it always circles back around to being someone else’s fault.

(from bookwormroom.com)

Power-drunk Obama flunks in Pocono

Obama must admit he has a problem
I'd give Obama an "F." If not for Bush's profligate ways, Obama couldn't spend so freely today. The over-regulation and job-killing policies of this progressive administration doesn't help either. The wealthy can cope with damage to the economy, cap and trade, and healthcare reform. How about the rest of us?

Vote out all incumbents, Democrat and Republican, and cut spending. Get serious about security before we lose a city. Stop trying to rewrite the Constitution and leave our liberties alone.

Union payback time? Andy Stern, SEIU leader, is the most frequent visitor to Obama's White House. Working to rein in union dominance? Obama's words, "I will seek out SEIU and Andy Stern when it comes to health care reform" were all over television during the election. No one paid attention. We are now. Private sector lays off millions, government {union} jobs explode.
(from poconorecord.com)

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Get an online degree in Union Thuggery

Or you could call it 'Liberal-Prog Studies'

The National Labor College, based in Silver Spring, is working with its partner, the AFL-CIO union organization, to create an online degree program for the group's 11.5 million members and their families, the college announced earlier this month.

The College for Working Families, as the program is tentatively named, will be up and running as early as fall 2010 and will offer a diverse course catalog to students who want to go beyond labor studies, said Tom Kriger, provost and vice president for academics.

The Princeton Review, Inc. and its subsidiary, Penn Foster Education Group, Inc., will run the technical side of things, such as online learning management systems. The National Labor College is working to create a diverse curriculum that combines liberal arts with more technical skills, Kriger said. Possible areas of expansion are security studies, communications, construction management or health-related fields, Kriger said, though he stressed no decisions have yet been made on the exact curricula.

"We see this as the fulfillment of many years of plans to expand our mission, and that's where the partnership comes in," Kriger said. "Both the Princeton Review and Penn Foster are committed to high-quality online education for working people. They share that vision and their role will really be to help us scale up, to reach the rank and file through marketing and student services."

(from gazette.net)

See posts on publicly-funded labor studies programs: here

Obama veers hard to the Left

SEIU's rejected NLRB nominee recycled

Radical Big Labor lawyer Craig Becker has been renominated to that National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) by President Obama.

The National Right to Work Committee has opposed Becker’s nomination from the start and other groups are joining the chorus.

The Committee’s Becker Alert highlights the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) Founder Wade Rathke’s ringing endorsement of Obama’s Becker nomination. Rathke wrote, “Here’s a big win no matter how you shake and bake it: Craig Becker being nominated for a seat on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)!

Becker, an associate general counsel to both the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the AFL-CIO, will likely support measures to eliminate a workers right to a secret ballot through executive action.
Video: Meet Craig Becker, AFL-CIO Obamunist

(from nrtwc.org)

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