Wednesday, November 12, 2008 24 Comments

Barack Obama, for the last time

Barack Obama is ready to rule! And truth may be stranger than fiction - but the Onion is funnier than UR.

Seriously, folks, it's already evident from his first week in office (since presidential power is primarily persuasive, the "-elect" doesn't mean much) that President Obama is exactly what I guessed: nothing. A Gatsby, a Zelig, a warm breeze in a suit. A bright, but completely characterless and forgettable, young man, with an unusual but hardly unique talent for reading speeches on TV. In short, America's new anchorman.

Once again, America has re-elected her permanent government. Of course that was the only option on the ballot - as it has been since Wendell Willkie. There's no need to worry at all. Nothing significant in Washington has changed, will change, or can possibly change.

For the next four years, public policy will flow smoothly from America's universities to her agencies, unimpeded by Neanderthal populism or corporate corruption. Oh, no. All the populism will be of the fashionable, happy-clappy, Starbucks Unitarian flavor. The corruption will be communist - with a small 'c,' of course.

I feel like I have a good handle on the future under our new alien overlord, President O'Bannon, because I live in San Francisco. As it happens, San Francisco is already governed by "progressives." This turns out to be much the same as being governed by Willie Brown, except slightly funnier.

For our last words on the controversy of Obama's background, I would like to direct your attention to this article in our local progressive rectangle of joy, the Bay Guardian. In case you are unfamiliar with the Bay Guardian, it was founded in the '60s, its politics are somewhere to the left of Mao and the right of Kim Jong Il, and it is the sponsor of San Francisco's progressive supervisor coalition. Its longstanding hobbyhorse, its perma-Grail, its New Jerusalem, is its campaign to seize the San Francisco electrical system, which unhappily for the local candle industry never seems to quite make it past 40% on the ballot.

The entire piece is hilarious and well worth a read, although it may be too choked with local minutia for UR's international cosmopolitan audience. However, I was particularly struck by the following passage:
But make no mistake about it: electing Barack Obama was a progressive victory. Although he never followed the entire progressive line in his policy positions, he was, and is, the creature of a strong progressive movement that can rightly claim him as its standard-bearer.
I love that word. Creature. American communism and its black pets, in one word. Creature.

UR is not a "political" blog and will hopefully have few occasions to mention President Obama, but he is the President of the United States. He is not a member of the kitchen staff. And UR is at least respectful enough to know the difference.

Indeed I am confident that "progressives" will be quickly disappointed in President Obama. He may be a man of no character, but he at least has to shave in the morning. He cannot be entirely without stones, and I can't imagine he sees himself as any kind of a lackey, servant, or "creature." He is playing in a different league now. His old SDS friends will have to go through proper channels if they want to reserve a night in the Lincoln Bedroom. We'll certainly see a fair bit of progressive wack coming out of the White House, but I'd be surprised if we get anything as deliciously educational as, say, RFK Jr. in the Cabinet.

To be as precise as possible: the past relationship between Barack Obama and America's most dangerous and powerful nest of murderous political psychopaths, the so-called "progressive" movement, is not of any practical importance for the future. Basically, they thought they were using him, whereas in fact he was using them. It is never too hard to con a progressive.

(Isn't there something just wonderfully true about the Onion's portrayal of Barack Obama as international grand master of the con? Doesn't the O remind you a little of Leonardo diCaprio in Catch Me If You Can, a cocky young man at home in any disguise? The age is different, the face is different, but the smooth is the same.)

Also, speaking of UR's audience, this whole sordid Obama business attracted a variety of traffic from a variety of Internet Mos Eisleys, including but not limited to Free Republic.

Dear wingnut Freepers, welcome, but please be aware that UR is basically the opposite of Free Republic. For one thing, we are neither Republicans nor republicans. We are monarchists - Jacobites, to be exact. Or at least I am, anyway. For another, UR welcomes all points of view, and in particular has a longstanding population of valuable and respected commenters who only just happen to be moonbat libtards. We are trying to convert these people. It's called "outreach." Please don't screw it up.

Let me also reiterate the UR comment policy, which is that you can say anything, as long as it is meaningful, articulate, and generally contributes to the discussion. Just agreeing with the post, or with another comment, is not a contribution. Inane chatter, flamage, etc, is to be avoided at all costs. I have seen UR described as having the smartest commenters on the net, and I would like to keep it that way.

And for those who just cannot get enough of this stuff, I have been picking on Professor Burke again. See here, and the previous couple threads. The good professor no doubt feels like he's been ambushed by the Internet version of Preston Brooks. But how else are we to rid ourselves of the Cathedral? My solution: hit it very hard in the head with a baseball bat. Not exactly imaginative, I understand, but it feels good on the hands and makes a nice big soggy sound.

24 Comments:

Anonymous Leonard said...

I have been picking on Professor Burke again.

You can take the brawler out of usenet, but you can't take usenet out of the brawler.

Look, I know it's hard work writing your own new stuff as versus jumping in other people's blogs to criticize theirs. (Look at me.) But, on the other hand it's not like I have a backlog of unanswered challenges sitting there in my blog's comments.

I'd like to request that you respond to some of the objections people have made against neocameralism in your comments. Your take on the One is certainly amusing, but it is not the 200-proof red pill that I come around here for.

(Should I be emailing this?)

November 12, 2008 at 8:41 PM  
Blogger TGGP said...

If you have such a low opinion of "progressive" governance, why do you live in San Francisco? It reminds me of all the lefties that praise Cuba but would never think of leaving the Great Satan for the Socialist Paradise. Their revealed preference says otherwise.

I guess it's only in San Francisco that Willie Brown could be viewed as the right-wing threat. William Domhoff (to whom I devoted more words than he perhaps deserves here as the Anti-Moldbug) gave the city as an admirable example of somewhere that an "anti-growth coalition" had succeeded.

But how else are we to rid ourselves of the Cathedral? My solution: hit it very hard in the head with a baseball bat.
Haven't people been denouncing eggheads elites for a long time now? I don't see how that's accomplished much or is likely to now.

I second Leonard on the responses to comments. You claimed a long time ago that you'd dedicate the next thread to responding the comments that had accumulated. But on the other hand you promised a lot of things.

November 12, 2008 at 9:08 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Great post, as always, Mencius. I'm going to reply to a comment you made Prof. Burke's blog here rather than there.

I refer, of course, to the hypothesis that West Africans are best understood as Swedes with black skins. The fact that this theory now dominates the main stream of educated Western thought is not at all inconsistent, at least in the mind of this non-democrat, with the evidence that it is a form of lunatic crackpottery on a par with phrenology, phlogiston or astrology.

I'm disappointed that you included phrenology in your list of "greatest hits" of discredited scientific theories. Of all 19th century views of the brain/mind, Franz Joseph Gall's conception is arguably closest to the way the mind/brain has been demonstrated to function by modern science (and not just the squishy behavioral sciences). To be sure, this theory deserves much of the derision it receives (detecting character traits by feeling head bumps?), but in terms of the theory's basic structure - that parts of the brain are specialized for special functions - Gall had far better instincts than, say, Freud. For all your reading of unpopular 19th century sources, I'm sure you can sympathize with a theory that's got a lot going for it, but has been lost to the 21st century by having been on the wrong side of history.

November 12, 2008 at 10:07 PM  
Anonymous The Ashen Man said...

No danger at all.

November 12, 2008 at 10:21 PM  
Blogger mtraven said...

UR a couple of weeks ago:
My guess is that young Barry dropped out of Occidental in '81, not to go to Columbia, but to go to New York and be a black revolutionary bohemian...Obama, as a young black radical with SDS credentials and obvious talent and potential, found it relatively trivial to earn quick admission to the inner circle, spent two years as a gofer, intern, catamite, or what have you for the Ayers crime family

UR today:
President Obama is exactly what I guessed: nothing. A Gatsby, a Zelig, a warm breeze in a suit. A bright, but completely characterless and forgettable, young man, with an unusual but hardly unique talent for reading speeches on TV. In short, America's new anchorman.

Yeah, OK. If Bruce Wayne can be both a playboy hedonist and a unstoppable crimefighter, why the hell not?

November 12, 2008 at 10:28 PM  
Anonymous m said...

mtraven: I hope Mencius is right, but I suspect he's very, very wrong about Obama. I think he's simply seeing what he wants to see, pulling at straws. "And uh, to that extent, as radical as I think people tried to characterize the Warren Court, it wasn't that radical. It didn't break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution — at least as it's been interpreted, and [the] Warren Court interpreted it in the same way, that generally the Constitution is a charter of negative liberties: [it] says what the states can't do to you, says what the federal government can't do to you, but it doesn't say what the federal government or the state government must do on your behalf."

A change tis' a comin'. A storm, you could say...

November 12, 2008 at 10:45 PM  
Blogger G. M. Palmer said...

Ashen, et al,

I heartily recommend getting a (used) copy of Rahm Emanuel's The Plan in which Rahmstein clearly outlines his desire to make slaves of us all.

He is quite brash about it, and Obama seems to have licked up his dripping milk with the CDF that is as well-equipped and well-funded as the military.

That progressives cannot (or will not) see that this is a terrifying, totalitarian proposition is upsetting, at best. My recommendation, if Obama/Rahm gets their CDF is that all libnuts and wingnuts sign up on the first day and take all possible positions of leadership.

This, of course, won't happen, but it's probably the only way to stem the flood if (and, God I hope that's a big if) Obama/Rahm gets their way.

November 13, 2008 at 4:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you have such a low opinion of "progressive" governance, why do you live in San Francisco?

I'd leave the USA if I could, but I gotta have a job and pay my mortgage. And where would I go to get away from "progressive governance", anyway? Most countries are even further down the progressive path to national suicide than we are.

Haven't people been denouncing eggheads elites for a long time now? I don't see how that's accomplished much or is likely to now.

If it is still true that egghead elites are a pernicious tapeworm in America's national colon, it still needs to be said that they are. Looked at another way, what would it accomplish to shut up and ignore a large and obvious problem?

But on the other hand you promised a lot of things.

Nobody likes a crybaby, mister!

That progressives cannot (or will not) see that this is a terrifying, totalitarian proposition is upsetting, at best.

Yeah, but they think Lefty totalitarianism is a Good Thing! At last the gun and Bible-clinging vaisyas will get that boot in the face they so richly deserve, right?

November 13, 2008 at 8:15 AM  
Anonymous MarkJ said...

What d'ya suppose will happen when Red Morlocks decide they like tender, progressive Blue Eloi flesh so much...they start venturing up to the surface to hunt them?

November 13, 2008 at 11:49 AM  
Anonymous Michael S. said...

I think MM's present evaluation of Obama as a 'warm breeze in an empty suit' is closer to the truth than is the suggestion that he's some sort of crypto-radical. My take on him is that he is an ambitious opportunist who flies by the seat of his pants. If joining Revd. Wright's church is a good move for a young black Chicago politician on the make, he does it. If hobnobbing with Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn puts him in good stead with the politically helpful local academics, he does it. That these actions have been expedient for the advancement of his career in the past does not necessarily indicate any attachment either to the persons mentioned or to their principles, once their usefulness has ceased. It is sometimes necessary to kick people off the ladder after they have helped you ascend it.

Will Obama now act politically as a hard leftist? It's hard to tell. His campaign was one of slogans about 'change' and 'yes we can' without a lot of specific proposals. Many hardy perennials of the Democratic left were conspicuous by their absence from discussion this year. We heard very little of gun control, or gays in the military, for example. The Obama campaign was doubtless aware that their enthusiastic embrace of such issues helped to cost the Democrats control of Congress in 1994, leaving them out of it until 2006.

Thus, as long as Obama's campaign adhered to script, it was one of glittering generality. In order to understand how Obama actually thinks, we must consider the few occasions when he made unguarded remarks. These leave little doubt that he shares completely the conventional views of his class, the Brahminate, and expresses them at times thoughtlessly (as in his response to "Joe the Plumber" about spreading the wealth around); condescendingly (as when, at a supposedly private audience with wealthy donors in San Franncisco, he characterized rural Pennsylvanians as bitter people who clung to religion and guns); or flippantly (as at the Saddleback Church forum, where he said that knowing when human life began was above his pay grade). At times, sneering condescension is combined with inaccuracy - as when, shortly after the election, he said he had spoken with all the living presidents, but had refrained from "Nancy Reagan seances." To my knowledge Mrs. Reagan, panicked after the attempted assassination of her husband, consulted an astrologer as to what were auspicious days for his future public appearances. The distinction of having engaged in necromancy, however, belongs not to her but to Hillary Clinton, who supposedly "channelled" the spirit of Eleanor Roosevelt. Was his steel-trap mind just suffering from a little rust - or was it a calculated confusion, being gratuitously nasty to am octogenarian former first lady of the opposing party, who could do him no political damage, while avoiding offense to a former first lady who was also a sitting senator of his own party, and a tough primary rival? We shall never know.

None of this sheds any particular light on how he will conduct himself as president. There will no doubt be a tug-of-war between his instincts and the urgings of some of his farther-left supporters on one hand; and on the other, his intelligence, self-discipline, and the counsel of his more practical advisers - all of which will suggest it would be unwise to enflame culture-war issues as Bill Clinton did in the first two years of his first term. Obama's incarnation of Col. House, Rahm Emanuel, has been there, done that, and undoubtedly is shrewder for the experience.

November 13, 2008 at 3:21 PM  
Anonymous Regis said...

G. M. Palmer said:
That progressives cannot (or will not) see that this is a terrifying, totalitarian proposition is upsetting, at best. My recommendation, if Obama/Rahm gets their CDF is that all libnuts and wingnuts sign up on the first day and take all possible positions of leadership.

Why do you assume that many progressives would find a totalitarian proposition terrifying? Depends on who's calling the shots, methinks.

Your recommendation will be implemented by the new Administration -- guaranteed.

The Obama-Emanuel CDF in four words: ACORN meets Hitler Youth ...

November 14, 2008 at 8:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Out of interest, what kind of corporate structure would you identify religious organisations to have, primary example the Catholic church. In some ways they have the kind of endurance that you envisage for the neocameralist states (or at least they have in the past). Does that stem purely from the attractiveness of the metaphysical ideas they espouse or is it the result of some organisational effectiveness? Or both obviously.

November 14, 2008 at 8:29 AM  
Anonymous Curve of Freedom said...

Regis, I think you and G. M. Palmer said much the same thing. Can either of you clarify?

Only the details will determine whether Obama's militia is constitutional. If anyone is forced to serve, that violate the 13th Amendment. If the Federal government appoints officers, that violates Article I Section 8. If the President gives orders to it without an overt measure to federalize, that is unconstitutional (not that that matters; President O. could just federalize on the grounds of fighting r_cism or whatever).

I know it probably won't matter, but the Supremes have given some small indication that they take the milita / gun control - oriented parts of the Constitution seriously. (They obviously don't take the 13th seriously; schools don't either, since it would be insufficiently anti-white to teach about the measure that freed the slaves, rather than the Emancipation Proclamation, which we're all supposed to be embarrassed about until the end of time.)

So anyway, yeah, if the CDF is what the Big O wants it to be it will be unconstitutional, and the Supremes probably won't take any cases due to lack of standing.

November 14, 2008 at 9:00 AM  
Anonymous manwithaplan said...

UR welcomes all points of view, and in particular has a longstanding population of valuable and respected commenters who only just happen to be moonbat libtards. We are trying to convert these people. It's called "outreach."

MM, I would love to see your 'outreach' to this fine gentleman. If you can convert a member of the Faculty of Rhetoric at Berkeley, I would hasten to bet you can convert damn near anyone.

At least it would entertaining to watch you try.

November 14, 2008 at 9:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"MM, I would love to see your 'outreach' to this fine gentleman. If you can convert a member of the Faculty of Rhetoric at Berkeley, I would hasten to bet you can convert damn near anyone."

Speaking only for myself, not Mencius, I don't think it would be worth the trouble (just look at the blogroll; not very original thinker)... however, it is worth clicking on that link just to see his picture. What on earth is THAT about?!

November 14, 2008 at 7:00 PM  
Blogger TGGP said...

I have a post up in response to MM's conversation with Burke which discusses technological historicism.

Anonymous:
First, please get a handle.
it still needs to be said that they are. Looked at another way, what would it accomplish to shut up and ignore a large and obvious problem?
If he claimed to be taking a Quixotic stand athwart history yelling "stop", that would be one thing but he's calling this his solution.

Nobody likes a crybaby, mister!
Infants do not cry to be likable, but to be so annoying and unpleasing that their mothers devote more attention to their needs. Unfortunately I cannot emit the same piercing shriek that defies attempts to turn away and ignore it.


manwithaplan:
this fine gentleman
Whoa, a blast from the past. I remember when got into a disagreement with agnostic from GNXP and we all had a good laugh when we saw his academic page.

Also, I don't think MM is seriously interested in conversion. He's preaching to the choir (which I suppose I should appreciate). His OL series hardly seemed targeted at progressives and folks like mtraven didn't seem to budge in response.

November 14, 2008 at 9:11 PM  
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Next time someone refers to me as "a creature of habit," I suppose I'll have to box their racist little ears.

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