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I’ve reminded you before of NYTimes’ columnist David Brooks’ boneheaded Ivy League ejaculations about the Obama administration.

Now, the once-enamored Kool-Aid drinker admits his cult leader is not the man he knew:

“Those of us who consider ourselves moderates are forced to confront the reality that Barack Obama is not who we thought he was.”

What an unbelievable waste of time and real estate is David Brooks. It’s profane.

Which is why Robert Stacy McCain’s expletive-filled smackdown is the only appropriate and satisfying response.

On a related note, remember the “Sorry Everybody” campaign of leftists apologizing to the world for George Bush?

Doug Powers has launched the perfect spoof on behalf of pathetic Obama supporters suffering buyers’ remorse everywhere. A sample:

I told Doug he needs to add a sorry David Brooks’ photoshop. Volunteers?

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Flashback: Iowahawk’s classic Brooks’ broadside: T. Coddington Van Voorhees VII.

Update: The Brooks photoshop tournament begins.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: New York Times