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megimoo
04-03-2011, 08:08 AM
For as long as I can remember scientists have been trying to put together a Theory of Everything which would explain and connect all the knowledge we have of physical phenomena. So far they haven't been successful, but they keep trying. ....

I wondered if it would be possible to explain the many contradictions of Obama and the mystery of his origins and incomprehensible nature of his domestic and foreign policies to better understand him and predict why he seems to be steering the ship of state onto the shoals

I think I've finally got it, though a night of watching old movies -- "The Man in the Iron Mask" and "The Prince and the Pauper" -- helped me along.

Barack is not one person. The man we know as Barack Obama is really two people, identical (possibly conjoined at the head Janus-like but later separated) twins. Don't laugh. I'll explain.

The Mystery of His Birth

As Donald Trump is reminding everyone, we have no proof that Obama was born in the United States, where, when or to whom. People have offered up a variety of theories to explain why he has spent so much time and money trying to prevent us from seeing his birth certificate, something apparently only he can get released from the Hawaiian birth records sealed vaults. But I believe that the clue we need to unravel the mystery has been hiding in plain sight all along:

Why does he have this incredibly long scar that covers the sides and back of his head?

We've never seen his medical records, to my knowledge, and he's given no explanation for this phenomenon that I can see, but see for yourself. Something most odd has caused a scar from one side of his head to another curving up over the crown:
SNIP

His Intelligence

As is the case with most Democrat politicians, the press has repeatedly assured us that he's a genius of the first order, but like Jack Cashill, I have to wonder about that, particularly as he has not even mastered his native tongue nor learned basic geography. And yet we are told (we haven't seen proof) that he graduated from Columbia University, Harvard Law School and passed the Illinois bar and is listed as a best selling author of two books.


Why Does He Rely Over Much on the Teleprompter?

Simple. Neither one of them can think and talk (or write) at the same time, so one types the words in on the teleprompter and the other reads them. Proof of this is that on those occasions when there's been a glitch in the teleprompting whichever Obama twin is speaking is struck immediately dumb........Watch and see what I'm talking about:

Obama lost his Teleprompter
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-_cYjKD8TI&feature=player_embedded

Obama's Ongoing Teleprompter Battle Continues at MIT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48kuCl-55f0&feature=player_embedded
snip
I suppose since the kinetic action was announced when one of the Obamas was on a gig in South America the dumb brother got us into this mess.

On the other hand maybe neither one of them has his head on exactly straight.

I mean look at his energy policy -- it's just as jumbled, as another Just One Minute Poster, JMH notes:

Obama Energy Plan A:
As consumers are priced out of the gas market, force them to buy cars they can't pay for without government subsidies we can't afford which run on batteries that don't exist yet which our electrical grid can't accommodate.

Plan B:
Cut oil imports 1/3 by "investing" in Brazilian production, thus forming a "partnership" which allows us to buy oil from ourselves. And pay for it twice.

Plan C:
After successfully implementing Plan B, recycle Plan A.

Plan D:
Punish folks who won't relocate to densely populated urban areas with public transportation by imposing a gas mileage tax to pay for inter-city high speed rail -- with train stations they'll have to drive hundreds of miles to get to.


http://www.americanthinker.com/printpage/?url=http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/04/the_unified_theory_of_obama.html

Starbuck
04-03-2011, 08:57 AM
That's funny stuff.

I was not familiar with American Thinker. You may enjoy - if you do not already - The Weekly Standard.
http://www.weeklystandard.com/
I subscribe and really enjoy it.

megimoo
04-03-2011, 09:30 AM
That's funny stuff.

I was not familiar with American Thinker. You may enjoy - if you do not already - The Weekly Standard.
http://www.weeklystandard.com/
I subscribe and really enjoy it.I'll take a look ...thanks .