Ronald Reagan was purported to have said, I so much like to believe that he did, “That the nice thing having Alzheimer’s was getting to make new friends every day.”   In the spirit of Reagan, the nice thing about being a libtard is getting to forget history every day.   The libtards hail the One’s message as “fresh” and “new”, yet as Jonah Goldberg, National Review, writes:

Blowing away the dust and cobwebs from ancient wares doesn’t make them new. Save for his skin color, Obama doesn’t represent anything novel. Rather, he symbolizes a return to an older vision of the United States that was seen as the “wave of the future” eight decades ago.

I for one have no desire to go back to that future.

Abraham Lincoln, for the libtards our nation’s sixteenth President:

How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Four. Calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it a leg.

Obama can adopt a new label for his old ideas, but even the One can not change the fact that is ideas are old, tired, failed and rejected.   See the former Soviet Union.  See Cuba.