Bloggers, pundits, and comentators have all made their barbs at Pres. Hussein's security blanket during public speeches -- his teleprompter.
The teleprompter has followed him wherever he has given speeches, much to the consternation of media camera people and sound people who need to make shiny, rosy portrayals of The Messiah. The teleprompter gets in the way of the excellent views of his photogenic side.
What's especially noteworthy is that speeches he has made without the teleprompter have been notoriously lackluster. As in dull. As it fumbling.
In all of the broo-ha he made about wrapping himself in the Abraham Lincoln mantel, President Hussein conveniently forgot one thing:
Abraham Lincoln made his finest speeches without a teleprompter. President Hussein, you're no Lincoln.