As it must to all men, irony came to Barack Hussein Obama
Of criticisms levied at the frontrunning candidate whom he advises, Major General Scott Gration (Ret.) said he was concerned that "people are projecting things" into Obama's statements.
In a campaign that's been carefully built on sober, grounded, wonky detail, it's just inconceivable that people could be projecting their own preconceptions onto him, isn't it?
BTW, if you take umbrage at my citation of Obama's middle name, you're projecting, too. Just paraphrasing a famous quotation about Charles Foster Kane. If people are bothered by that, I suppose we can start using the ______ approach there, too.