OK so I paraphrased the title a little, but that's the basic idea.
Coincidentally, I just finished reading Edward Klein's The Amateur, and I highly recommend it. It contains a lot of information about the Amateur-in-Chief that I did not know about-especially how Obama pissed off and burned his bridges with the black small and large business owners of Chicago, the African American elite of the Windy City. He's a world class lying schmuck.
Anyway, do read the whole article by VDH, it's delicious.
"To quell international tensions, no-drama Obama did a canned hip
interview with the smart-ass and cynical comic Zach Galifianakis to
peddle Obamacare to now wiser young people who see its deadlines the way
the Iranians saw America’s. For insurance, he also chatted with an
obsequious Ellen DeGeneres and reminded Ryan Seacrest that Sarah Palin
was wrong: he does not wear mommy jeans but, in fact, looks great in his
various designer pants."
"Rarely on the world stage have we suffered through two such extremes
as an erstwhile community organizer theorizing against a former KGB
agent. If only Putin were a run-of-the-mill college president, then
Obama might order a takeover of the faculty lounge."
"Or if Putin were a local bank president, Obama, the SEIU, and Acorn
might yell on his lawn about lending more money to the inner city. Alas,
even Chicago is not Russia."
"Of course, we prefer our postmodern president to Putin’s Neanderthal
world, given that Obama’s platitudes and serial fibbing — from keeping
our doctors, period, to hounding a video maker for the terrorist attack
on Benghazi — do not lead to knocking off his opponents, Russian style.
The Obama administration is correct to remind us that the premodern
world just can’t work in the present age according to Putin’s rules — in
the way unchecked naked aggression always destroys the world around it."
"So what does our Eloi in Chief
want from Putin the Morlock? He seeks to school Putin to be as
sophisticated as we are, in the sense of analyzing the art of annexation
and thus concluding that going Viking leads the world nowhere."
"Putin stubbornly begs to differ."