It is but a few days before we have the biggest frenzy of love for The One as he gets sworn in as "Leader of the Free World". Isn't it odd how no one in the msm seems to notice the irony in that title?
His first lie will be told in full public view to millions around the world in that very ceremony. He will swear to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America.
I expect he will have violated that, as President, within his second day in office.
But what of his other promises?
He has promised "change" and I fully believe him. He will cost the American taxpayer a huge amount of money and "change".
He seemed to promise to be less of a warmonger than Bush or McCain. Ron Paul would have brought ALL American military personnel home from more than 100 countries around the world. Obama? All his actions so far lead me to expect he will continue where Bush leaves off.
So why will the likes of the BBC and Guardian people be wetting their knickers over all of this?
Within a couple of days of his winning the election there was a play on BBC Radio 4 with dialogue something like this;
First man: Isn't it great that Obama won?
Second man: Yeah but I didn't think you were interested in politics.
First man: I'm not. But at least he's black.
Being the first Black Man in the White House is the one promise he is sure to keep.