All Aboard for the Hoax and Chains Express 2012!
We are in the first, heady days of the Obama 2012 Campaign. Let’s see what is going on. What will Obama run against? He will run, naturally on Hoax and Chains, just as he did last time. But this time instead of running against George W. Bush, he will run against John McCain, or at least his foreign policy as embodied in the foreign policy | Read More »
Obama’s Rules will have Reasonable Exceptions whenever His Excellency wants
President Obama made campaign promises that he’d severely restrict lobbying. Yesterday, on Wednesday, he signed an anti-lobbying ethics order to prevent executive branch appointees who leave from coming back to lobby any agency in the executive branch, and to prevent lobbyists to executive branch agencies from working for the administration for at least two years. Democracy 21 describes the rules for lobbyists joining the Obama | Read More »
Four Days Until the Inauguration and the Obameter is already Ticking
The St. Petersburg Times put together a list of 510 campaign promises Obama made and promises to keep track of how he does with the list. As the paper reports, this list has more promises in it than the first term campaign promises from Clinton in 1992 and Bush in 2000 combined together. Bill Clinton made 204. George W. Bush made 177. Reverse Global Warming | Read More »
Ten Days ’til the Other Hsu drops
The Smoking Gun has the letter from Norman Hsu’s lawyer, and Drudge announces it. Before becoming a key fundraiser for Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid, Hsu co-hosted a 2005 California fundraiser for Obama’s political action committee and introduced the Illinois Democrat to Marc Gorenberg, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist who later joined the Obama campaign’s national finance committee. Prosecutors allege that Hsu directed his investors to | Read More »
Liberal Comedians: BO Not Funny!
NEW YORK (November 11, 2008) — Liberal comedians are talking about where the funny went, experts say. Liberal comedians like Jay Leno and David Letterman are worried about their jokes now that George W. Bush (GWB) will be leaving the White House and Barack Obama (BO) will be taking his place. You see, BO just isn’t funny. Many Hollywood and entertainment figures, who strived, slaved, | Read More »