Wednesday, October 20, 2010

10-20 Unusual number of White House departures creates questions

  • October 20th, 2010 11:38 am ET

Anthony G. Martin

Under normal circumstances a President's team of White House advisers, particularly those of the inner circle who were with him from the beginning, stay in office at least untl the end of the first term. In Obama's case that would be 2012.

Yet for the past 2 months the country has witnessed a most unusual number of departures among the closest advisers in Obama's inner circle...a mere 18 months into his Presidency.
This unprecedented exodus is creating serious questions among poltical observers concerning the possible unraveling of the Obama Presidency. A look at the names and the number of defections reveals an ominous trend:
Rahm Emanuel, perhaps Obama's closest adviser outside of Valerie Jarrett, resigned, effective October 1.
James Jones, National Security Adviser, resigned on October 8.
Larry Summers, director of the National Economic Council, resigned in September.
David Axelrod, another among Obama's inner circle, announced that he will resign early in 2011.
Christina Romer, chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, resigned in September.
And this is only a partial list. Why would there be such a mass exodus, other than the failure of the Obama program for America? One explanation is creating a stir all across the country.
According to a report issued by retired U.S. Army Major-General Paul E. Vallely, who has served as special Fox News analyst for military issues, a reputable journalist with significant contacts inside the White House has asserted that Barack Obama has become unfit to serve due to emotional instability.
The journalist, Wayne Madsen, asserts that an anonymous former White House staffer--a 'Deep Throat' similar to the anonymous source in the Watergate Scandal that brought down the Nixon White House--is feeding insider information to a blogger who goes by the name of 'Ulsterman.'
The assertions made by 'Deep Throat' are astounding...and frightening. The compilation of statements made by sources inside the White House paint of a picture of a President who is in the throes of deep depression, and who exhibits no interest at all in the routine fuctions of the office of the President. Assertions also indicate that Obama is obsessed with the throngs he encounters on the campaign trail, and erroneously assumes they all adore him.
As with all revelations of this nature, verification is key to the validation of the charges. Are these assertions true? Only time will tell.
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