That's right. I'm about to ruin breakfast. Judith Warner has a piece in the New York Times (as if anywhere else) on how the many masses are enthralled by the glowing perfection of the Obamas. This ranges from petty envy of the, public, "perfection" of the Obama marriage to sexual fantasies about the One.
Pathetically, one laments while explaining that he was at Columbia the same time as the Obamas, "I feel like if I’d been a better person I would have gotten to know them." Still others cry out why are they so perfect and not me? Still others have recurring nightmares, apparently, where they have a chance to interact with Barack and to be inadequate to win the favor of the One.
This is akin to all of the writings we saw in the 1990s about how many women wanted to bang Bill Clinton. It is for certain that, as Rush Limbaugh so aptly pointed out, Barack Obama appears to be the ultimate empty suit or blank slate. People just make him, in their, minds whatever they want him to be. It is also stands to reason that since the left had such a primal hatred for W, HW and the Gipper that they would have an equal and opposite reaction to any moonbat that comes on the scene.
If these worshippers weren't enabling someone to cause such great damage to our nation's rights, economy and national security it would be amusing. They are on even keel with the celebrity worshippers who gaze on celebrity pictures and obssess over whether Britney Spears is pregnant in the line at the supermarket. You can expect to see more articles like in the New York Times as the focus tries to shift to how the Obamas are like "Camelot" and away from the already increase in aggressiveness of other nations, the cost of the "stimulus package" and more.