He has revealed himself to be a hollow, shallow ghost of a man. This is not a man that can be trusted with a paper route much less the Presidency.
We the people of the United States owe Scott Brown's supporters a huge debt of gratitude. They didn't merely elect a senator. They ripped the façade off the Obama presidency.
Just as Dorothy and Toto exposed the ordinary man behind the curtain in "The Wizard of Oz," the voters in Massachusetts revealed that, in this White House, there is no there there.
It's all smoke and mirrors, bells and whistles, held together with glib talk, Chicago politics and an audacious sense of entitlement.
At the center is a young and talented celebrity whose worldview, we now know, is an incoherent jumble of poses and big-government instincts. His self-aggrandizing ambition exceeds his ability by so much that he is making a mess of everything he touches.
It's not a matter of being ready. Cocker spaniels and cockroachs will never be ready to perform brain surgery no matter how hard you try to prepare them - it's their nature, they don't change.
He never advances a practical idea. Every proposal overreaches and comes wrapped in ideology and a claim of moral superiority. He doesn't listen to anybody who doesn't agree with him.
After his first year on the job, America is sliding backwards, into grave danger at home and around the world. So much so that I now believe either of his rivals, Hillary Clinton or John McCain, would have made a better, more reliable and more trustworthy president.
They warned us he wasn't ready.
Hoping that your hood ornament will be able to sing "Nessum Dorma" one day doesn't cut it either. Thanks fiddy-two'ers, you elected an ashtray to the Presidency.