I picked up this little ditty from over at the Daily Kooks. The drones used it to insult the former president, but I think it is infinitely more applicable to the current one.
The cartoon touches on a sensitive and important point: Bush wasn't an idiot, he was just a terrible communicator. The "Bush is an idiot" contrivance was invented and promoted by the media. They've been at war with the right since Nixon. Remember, Obama and the media are reading from the same playbook - "Rules for Radicals"
And in that book, Alinsky wrote that to be an effective radical, you must hide who you really are. Whatever your chosen profession, don't use the words that will frighten the white middle class. Words such as "Communist", "Radical", "Marxist", "Counter-revolutionary"
Alinsky wrote that radicals should use the nebulous word "change" in order to agitate your political enemies. He also suggested that you ridicule your enemies because there was no defense against that tactic.
So we started to see Leftist radicals migrate into the media: Newspapers, journalist, television, attorneys, judges and priests. That's why in the 1970's we saw the Left take to the television like a duck to water. Shows like "MASH", "Maude" and "SNL" and their ilk acted as platforms for Liberal views. I remember one episode of Maude in which she, an arch-feminist, defiantly defended Roosevelt to her hen-pecked husband. MASH took on an anti-war theme around season 3. SNL famously had Chevy Chase impersonate President Ford and portrayed him as a clumsy baffoon who couldn't keep from falling down all the time. Actually Ford was probably the best athlete that has ever been president.
So you see, the radicals have done their work well and now they have one of their own in the White House, and in charge of the legislative branch.
So the cartoon is relevant to the extent that we didn't elect a moron in the strictest sense, but we did elected a whole bunch of Leftist radicals - and they're actively dismantling our society through the power of the Federal government.
Tea party, anyone?