Dems just say ‘No’ to Obama on Gitmo funds
The leadership of the House of Representatives turned down a request from the Obama Administration for funding to begin closing the U.S. detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The reason the Democrats refused to give the president what he wanted this time was not a lack of votes, as the members of his party in the House could have easily funded his request whether Republicans | Read More »
Gitmo detainee problem solved!
Now here’s the best idea I’ve heard all day: With the President ordering the closing of Guantanamo Bay, the question arises: what to do with the prisoners there? Of course, there are some on the left that think they need to be released. This, despite ongoing reports of former detainees returning to terrorism. However, let’s assume that the administration recognizes that the bad guys are bad guys | Read More »
The Audacity of Patience
The hard left, I must say, has shown remarkable patience in light of the middle ground the Obama Administration-In-Waiting has cautiously taken since election day. Oh, there’s been some grumbling about all the Clintonistas the O-Team is stocking the executive branch with, The One’s realization that perhaps it might be best to let the Bush tax cuts simply expire rather than repeal them during a | Read More »