Obama is hopelessly delusional.
Obama used his weekly radio address to build on the administration's argument that lawmakers need to quickly pass the most wide-ranging changes to financial market oversight since the Great Depression.(Emphasis mine, to highlight Obama's delusionality and arrogance)
"That's how we'll help to put an end to the cycles of boom and bust that we've seen," Obama said. "And that's how ... we'll not only revive the economy, but help to rebuild it stronger than ever before."
Wonder if there was background music commissioned by Leni Riefenstahl? What, was it the tune related to Triumph of the Will, reminiscent of the insanity written in Nietzsche's bizarre-drivel book Thus Spake Zarathustra? Nah... Obama's even crazier than all that crap, going way further and effectively asserting deity-level powers.
Uh-oh... Such delusion of grandeur and omnipotence... This is, as history has taught at least some of us, cause for alarm, when someone in Obama's position makes such an impossibly grandoise claim of being able to and having a (vague) plan to fix massive, incomprehensively-complex, uncontrollable-by-man problems for once and for all. Of course, that Obama's of this quick-bring-me-a-straitjacket mentality, that's no surprise, as he already believes, as does Al Gore, that he, a mere mortal, can control the climate.
Then again, what do we expect of "progressives"?
Next thing you know, he'll be telling us that he somehow, mysteriously, understands exactly how the Universe works and that he's prepared to rule it and make it work perfectly.
I cannot help but be reminded of historical socialist leaders who made similar unbelievable promises and couldn't keep them, because it was impossible.
Obama must've been toking again.