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Cognative Dissonance

Reader comment on item: How to Save the Obama Presidency: Bomb Iran

Submitted by Michael Rosenberg (United States), Feb 2, 2010 at 22:41

The Barack must first perceive his presidency to be in jeopardy before there's an awareness it needs saving; sadly, his acute and highly developed cognative dissonance and hubris precludes such an awareness.

The Barack is an ideologue, his destruction will come from the left, and it is apparent he has made the strategic judgement to "manage" a nuclear Iran; rather than prevent one from coming into existence.

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