The Weekly Standard analyzes an American Narcissus--the subject of my very first post here. I think they're a little more eloquent over there at the Standard than I am, though.
“My job right now is just to make sure that everybody in the Gulf understands this is what I wake up to in the morning and this is what I go to bed at night thinking about: the spill.”
Read that again: The president thinks that the job of the president is to make certain the citizens correctly understand what’s on the president’s mind.
How is it not possible for the media to notice such a bizarre, self-serving twist of phrase?