When alf regularly tells us how terrible it is the U.S. would spend two-thirds of a billion over several years to bring a more stable middle east, because he simply cannot understand why that would be done, then watches his idol embrace what alf had steadfastly, obnoxiously, and foolishly denigrated, one can sympathize with his confusion.
When alf tells us how fiscally irresponsible a president has been, then sees the replacement he so assiduously supported propose spending $1,300,000,000,000 (and counting) his first week in office, one can empathize with his disoriention.
When alf persistently shows his few working brain cells fire like a Briggs & Stratton spark plug after 16,326 lawn mowings, one can sadly comprehend his rambling deviations from cogent thought.
When alf's heroes conspire to give $1.3 trillion (and counting) to his idol, while discussing in embarrassingly unenlightened terms how it is to be spent (Shall we fix highways or spend 40% on mass transit? Shall we create jobs or "give it back" by reducing social security payroll taxes? Shall we give a rebate to taxpayers or buy another election? Shall we increase subsidies to the UAW or expand funding for ACORN?), it can be hard on alf's already overwhelmed three brain cells (coincidently the same as in one seal nose hair).