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After Obsessively Attacking Obama for Years, #Breitbart.com Decides He's "Irrelevant"

Tue, Jan 1, 2013 at 1:27:38 pm

For years, Breitbart.com editor Joel Pollak has been attacking absolutely everything Barack Obama does, writing hundreds of thousands of words, spending every waking minute watching videos and reading transcripts, looking for any little phrase he can twist and distort, poring over photographs looking for the least flattering ones, in a way that can only be described as manic and obsessive.

But today he informs us that ... wait for it ... Obama is irrelevant!

I swear, these people are just not right in the head: KING OBAMA THE IRRELEVANT!

The most absurd sentences from this ridiculous article:

The "fiscal cliff" fiasco has made it clear that President Barack Obama is entirely irrelevant to the everyday task of governing.

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He is not interested in it, and he is not good at it.

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But he does nothing positive for the country.

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The deal that took shape on Capitol Hill over the past few days and weeks happened almost without President Obama's involvement--and despite his hyper-partisan press conference yesterday, which nearly poisoned the entire process.

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Vice President Joe Biden--an incompetent poseur--is essentially running the country.

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It is almost impossible to imagine Obama doing anything else except making speeches.

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Even as a symbol, Obama is failing.

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People only like him when they can forget the reality of who he is and what he has done.

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He is King Obama the Irrelevant.

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In his own imagination, he wishes he had monarchical powers.

This is one of the all-time classics of hilarious right wing butthurt, and it's self-refuting -- you can take it to the bank that Pollak will be right back in manic attack mode before the day is over. And by the way, the name "Obama" appears at least 15 times on the front page of Breitbart.com today, proving beyond a doubt how irrelevant he is to the Breitbart business model.

P.S. The comments from the Breitbart audience for Pollak's stupid article are just as vicious and deranged as always.