As one acts and conducts himself, so does he become. The doer of good becomes good. The doer of evil becomes evil. One becomes virtuous by virtuous action, bad by bad action.
- Upanishads, Hindu Poetic Dialogues on Metaphysics (c. B.C. 800)
In the wake of Obama’s devastating and insulting mockery of the successful people of America, claiming they weren’t any smarter or any more hard working than anyone else, the Obama campaign attempted to downplay the off the cuff remarks by saying their recent experiment of untethering Obama from his teleprompter and allowing him to speak his mind would not change.
Seems the Obama campaign has had a change of heart now in allowing Obama to go unscripted . . .
President Obama spoke to supporters in Florida this afternoon, but was careful to stick to his script, relying heavily on his teleprompters.
The president campaigned without teleprompters last month, when he made his controversial “you didn’t build that” remark about business owners.
source: The Washington Examiner
It’s those candid moments when a candidate is not reading from a script that reveals the most about their true beliefs, so it’s really no wonder that the Teleprompter Reader of the United States is now returning to the one thing he does best.