Well, it didn’t take long for Britain to grow bored with Obama. Maybe this is a trend we will see more of in the United States. You know how the left loves to pick up European trends for America. This is a trend that I can get behind. Well, actually, this is a trend that I was a trendsetter in, I was bored of him back in 2004. I totally agree with Iain with the question he asks at the beginning of this article. Many of us have been asking this question for quite a while.
Isn’t it time for him to go home yet? It is good, in theory, that the new President of the United States is taking so much time to tour Europe. He arrived in London last Tuesday, has been to Strasbourg, Prague yesterday and now he’s off to Turkey. It shows, I suppose, that he cares about the outside world and that is ‘A Good Thing’. But his long stay means that we are hearing rather a lot from him, way too much in fact.
And yes, this really is the title of the article in the Telegraph.com.
Barack Obama really does go on a bit
Just have to add a couple of snarky comments totally not related to this article but about Obama. Did you hear that he didn’t know the difference between Britain and England? Well, he also doesn’t know the language of Austria because in a speech he said he didn’t know the Austrian term for wheeling and dealing. Umm, Obama that would be the German term for wheeling and dealing.
What really bugs me about this is that it really shows that he has no concept of simple 20th century history. Both World War I and World War II roots were in the Austrian region. It is the common language that connects Germany and Austria and the impact that it had on 20th century history. Maybe this will cause the trend to head eastward.