Friday, December 23, 2011


Years ago, President Carter sought wisdom from his teen-age daughter, Amy, and mentioned this in a half-baked speech.. Shortly thereafter he was relieved of his job and sent home to deal with his peanuts.  I thought we were through with that sort of thing.  I don't recall President Clinton seeking advice from Chelsea, or Bush II consulting the twins about foreign policy.

But the current incumbent quotes the insights of his teen-aged daughter, Malia, so teen wisdom is back.  He uses Malia's remarks as a jumping off point for some meaningless, banal  psycho-babble about change.

Can we send him back to Chicago?  Please?  Real soon?

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