She wants a simple booklet explaining President Obama's health care and economic policies to help those in the tea party movement better understand White House initiatives.
Valerie Jarrett - one of President Obama's "closest" adviser's, is an Iranian-American, and the Obama camp has sought to keep her ties to Iran from the public, as it has also sought to keep her political background and deep and tangled business and personal relationship to the Obama family from sight.
Well now. That seems to explain Obama's mild-mannered position on Iran, doesn't it?
This Iranian-born woman made the comments last week at a John F. Kennedy School of Government forum.
At the event, an audience member compared the tea party movement and anger at Obama's policies with people who initially resisted computers because of their "failure to understand" the new technology. The questioner explained simple booklets eventually helped to educate the public on computers. He asked Jarrett whether "much simpler" booklets could be produced for tea party supporters.Yep, we are all just too stupid to understand anything these foreign-born professionals at the White House - and others before them - are trying to do for us, like:
a) Borrowing and spending trillions of dollars to get us out of debt(Obama);
b) Destroying the free market system in order to save it(Bush);
c) Requiring that banks loan money to people with zero capability to pay it back(Clinton);
d)Give away our entire manufacturing base - along with millions of jobs - to competitor nations(Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama):
e) Spend billions of dollars and thousands of lives "exporting" democracy to nations that don't want it(all of the above);
Perhaps this follower of the Madhi, this all-wise and knowing advisor to Obama is correct. Maybe a simple and easy-to-understand booklet on how this federal government is destroying the nation would be helpful, because a simple-to-understand booklet about what Obama and Congress is doing would actually be an expose of their tactics and plans to turn us into a Socialist/Fascist/Marxist nation of dumbed-down serfs and peasants.
What we really need is a simple-to-understand booklet for the likes of Valerie that can make them understand how close they are getting to a really, really bad day.
We may be dumb, thank our public school system for that, but Valerie and her ilk, because of their backgrounds, education, their self-assumed intelligence, their positions of privilege and outlandish excess, are - in the final measure - much dumber.