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George Will on Obama’s ‘Narcissism’
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Evidently unafraid that David Gergen might accuse him of speaking in “code,” Will addresses the Egocentricity of Hope:

Does Obama have the sort of adviser a candidate most needs — someone sufficiently unenthralled to tell him when he has worked one pedal on the organ too much? If so, Obama should be told: Enough, already, with the we-are-who-we-have-been-waiting-for rhetorical cotton candy that elevates narcissism to a political philosophy. . . .
In Berlin, Obama neared self-parody with a rhetoric of Leave No Metaphor Behind. “Walls”? Down with them. “Bridges”? Build new ones between this and that. “A new dawn”? The Middle East deserves one. And Berlin was the wrong place to vow to “remake the world once again.” Modern Berlin rose from rubble that was the result of the last attempt at remaking “the world.”

Will was this close to a Godwin’s Law offense.

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