GQ: Obama One of "Least Influential People Alive"

Friday, December 2, 2011

Ya think buyer's remorse has hit hard enough already?  First on GQ magazine's (a decidedly liberal publication) list of "25 Least Influential People Alive” is the "Chosen One" himself.


No. 25 — President Obama: 
Okay, so we’re cheating a bit with this one. He did order the raid that wiped Osama bin Laden off the face of the earth. But then he used that surplus of political capital to let everyone in Washington stick a boot in his ass. This is a man who should be the most transformational figure of the century. Hell, he promised to be that. Instead he wields all the power of a substitute teacher at night school.








Not far behind the Democrat's failed wunderkind are a couple more of his accomplices:


No. 3 Ed Schultz

There are so many repugnant political pundits on TV now, we tend to forget that the likes of Sean Hannity actually represent the best of the lot.
 [...] Do you watch The Ed Show on MSNBC? Of course you don’t. No one does. [...] Did you know MSNBC suspended Schultz this year? It did! He called Laura Ingraham a “right-wing slut,” and he still couldn’t get noticed.




No. 17 — Newsweek/Daily Beast Editor Tina Brown: 
Brown spent 2011 transforming Newsweek from a magazine no one reads into a magazine no one reads but everyone despises. That’s what happens when you @#$% the corpse of Princess Diana by Photoshopping her at age 50 for your cover, then do a separate Photoshop of her holding an iPhone…

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