This year that distinction goes to John Frederick Dickerson, an America Journalist. He is chief political correspondent for Slate magazine and political director of CBS News. Before joining Slate, he covered politics for Time magazine for 12 years, including the last four as White House correspondent.
Mr. Dickerson’s “Go For The Throat” has earned him a position on our jackass of the year roll.
“…Obama’s only remaining option is to pulverize. Whether he succeeds in passing legislation or not, given his ambitions, his goal should be to delegitimize his opponents. Through a series of clarifying fights over controversial issues, he can force Republicans to either side with their coalition’s most extreme elements or cause a rift in the party that will leave it, at least temporarily, in disarray…”
John Frederick Dickerson is the same political luminary and poet laureate who tweets…
@jdickerson Your bio says you’re a Christian. Me too! Glad it’s not the same church. RT @sage80_wanker: @jdickerson How does obama’s feces taste?
Mr. Dickerson, the United States of America, has had a two party system, informally, since 1789 becoming a fact of political life in 1828 with the election of Andrew Jackson. Defining or transforming political figures are those who in the face of adversity become a catalyst for unison; bridging the gaps between ideologies and needs for the common good. No one wins by delegitimizing or cutting the throat of their opposition, it has to be a win-win. But, I respectfully withdraw my last in light of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Joseph Stalin.
Now, you may be quite content goose-stepping in tight leather short-shorts but I’ll pass!
Quite candidly, the only person with first hand knowledge on President Obama’s feces is you sir. Perhaps your next verbose article will describe its bouquet and texture, or maybe a suggestion of accompaniment – red or white wine.
I sincerely hope that President Obama has better council because you sir have given new meaning to John K. Galbraith’s humorous quotation:
“If all else fails, immortality can always be assured by spectacular error.”