David Bueche details the slithering path of Obama as he weaves and bobs around and among various positions on Iraq, Reverend Wright, and other issues. His conclusion: Obama is simply practicing his postmodernist philosophy, which recognizes no fixed truth, but views everything as relative. This alone spells trouble for the country if he becomes our commander-in-chief.
If Barack Obama becomes the 44th President there will quickly come a day when he realizes that, although his buddies in media and academia really love this postmodern journey he’s on, the rest of world looks to the President of the United States for fixed principles, clear convictions, and a well-grounded view of reality. Given what we’ve seen to date it’s far from clear that Mr. Obama is intellectually or psychologically disposed to meet the challenge.