There’s no there there, I said. This is an empty man whose only goal is self-aggrandizement to fill the black hole that exists where a healthy person would have a functioning ego.
There’s a compulsive liar there, I said, one who will always say whatever he needs to say to protect himself from being forced to look into that psychic black hole at any given moment.
There’s a vicious person there, I pointed out, when who will denigrate anyone and everyone, and jettison all his friends, so long as he can continue to assure himself that he’s better than everyone else — since he knows deep inside that the reality is an empty psychic space where a healthy ego would normally be found.
There’s a master manipulator there, I noted, a person who, lacking normal emotional responses, is nevertheless adept at analyzing and manipulating other people’s emotions for his own benefit.
There is a dangerous, empty, vicious man there, I said.
Clint Eastwood said it too, when he addressed an empty chair at the RNC. His used a visual to bring life to the notion that there’s no there there. Obama is indeed a black hole, an empty suit, a little man, a narcissist. In an office environment, he would be the boss everyone hates and the colleague everyone learns to distrust. But as the head of a nation, he’s very, very dangerous.
Bill Whittle gets it too, as he spells out Obama’s emptiness in one of his more masterful videos: