So much for Obama the master orator

Thomas Lifson
Things fall apart for Obama at an accelerating pace. Now he can't even keep a high school student sitting behind him awake as he delivers a commencement address. From WOOD-TV Grand Rapids:



One of the Kalamazoo Central students -- who was seated behind keynote speaker President Barack Obama during Monday night's commencement ceremony -- fell asleep.

The student, who earned such a prime seat by singing in the choir, was captured on video due to his proximity to the president. He also was a hot topic on Twitter and the subject of several recently created Facebook pages.

Having claimed the ability to lower sea levels by his presidency, Obama's incompetence has taken the bloom off the rose of his charisma. Without his manufactured image of coolness and competence, there is not much left of his leadership.
Things fall apart for Obama at an accelerating pace. Now he can't even keep a high school student sitting behind him awake as he delivers a commencement address. From WOOD-TV Grand Rapids:



One of the Kalamazoo Central students -- who was seated behind keynote speaker President Barack Obama during Monday night's commencement ceremony -- fell asleep.

The student, who earned such a prime seat by singing in the choir, was captured on video due to his proximity to the president. He also was a hot topic on Twitter and the subject of several recently created Facebook pages.

Having claimed the ability to lower sea levels by his presidency, Obama's incompetence has taken the bloom off the rose of his charisma. Without his manufactured image of coolness and competence, there is not much left of his leadership.