Lessons for Presidential Candidates
“I remember distinctly an image of–we were sitting on his couches, and I was looking at his pant leg and his perfectly creased pant and I’m thinking, a) he’s going to be president and b) he’ll be a very good president.”
Forget policies. It’s the pants that determine if you will be a) a president and b) a very good president! Your destiny is written on your pants.
Michelle Malkin: Emetic of the day: The David Brooks-Barack Obama love story
David Brooks caught swamp fever a long time ago — and I’ve been chronicling it for the past five years. But his symptoms have grown most acute in the Age of Obama. Last fall, his ejaculations about Obama’s “achievatrons” inspired the nausea-inducing introduction to Culture of Corruption.
Get out another airsickness bag.
The New Republic has a lurid, inside look at the “the story behind the Obama-Brooks bromance.” If it’s turned into a movie, it’ll need an “NC-17″ rating for obscene content.
Watch Brooks get titillated by the sight of Obama’s pants: