Obama inadvertently completes the Reagan Revolution
President Barack Hussein Obama promised to “fundamentally transform America” if elected president. In a way he never conceived, he has. Obama’s failed Affordable Healthcare Act has completed the Reagan Revolution. Here’s how. Beltway Republicans spent the last 25 years arguing for a conservative form of Big Government. The GOP hierarchy wouldn’t admit this is what they wanted, but it was. The Democrats, of course, always embraced an | Read More »
Raping Arizona: Obama’s DOJ files a suit that doesn’t pass the straight face test
For weeks the Obama Administration has ominously threatened legal action against Arizona. Claims were made that Arizona had passed a law, Senate Bill 1070, that would result in racial profiling. The president himself claimed Hispanic citizens would be pulled out of ice cream parlors and hauled off to Star Chambers where they would be forced to prove their immigration status. Obama’s sycophants, none of whom | Read More »
Unusual suspect: Some cities break laws and Arizona enforces them. Guess which Obama will prosecute?
Imagine you are the governor of Arizona. You are sitting at your desk, and you are watching an interview conducted a continent away with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Your mouth drops open as you learn something from a television station down in Ecuador. Your state recently enacted a law that allows police officers to inquire about the immigration status of criminal suspects. The law | Read More »
Obama avoided hard issues to curry favor
There is little doubt President Barack Obama gave a well-delivered speech to the Muslim world today. For that, he deserves credit. Where he ultimately failed was his avoidance of the tough issues. While his lofty rhetoric touched on some of the bones I am about to pick, it wasn’t specific enough to make a difference. Here is where he fell down and fell short: 1. | Read More »
Hey, Mr. President, does the U.S. deserve nuclear power like Iran?
President Barack Obama’s contradictions, idiocies, and blatant deceptions may have reached rock bottom today. He told the BBC that Iran has the right to nuclear power as long as it uses it peacefully. Obama says Iran’s energy concerns legitimate By NANCY ZUCKERBROD The Associated Press Tuesday, June 2, 2009 9:24 AM LONDON — President Barack Obama suggested that Iran may have some right to | Read More »
Was that a lame Feed the Children parody?
Never has so much been spent so foolishly on so little. Barack Obama’s 30-minute mega television buy had been billed as his “closing argument.” Instead, what we just witnessed could have been a Saturday Night Live parody of a Feed the Children commercial. Unfortunately for Barack, he ain’t no Sally Struthers. No, she can display actual emotion. And not insult in the process.
Three easy things McCain can do at the last debate to stay viable
I didn’t support you in the primary, Sen. McCain. As a matter of fact, you were probably my sixth choice. In no small part, this was because you had shown too much comity in the past toward people who hate my guts. You have only realized in recent days they hate you as well. One thing I never doubted, though, was that you loved your | Read More »
Biden soiled himself when he accepted Obama’s Veep offer
I have a confession to make. I like Senator Joe Biden. I disagree with his politics, of course, and find him a one-man circus. Yet there is something about his essential weirdness that makes me overlook Biden’s terrible policy positions and his inflated ego. Therefore, I had to wince when a man who, despite himself, has a sense of honor (at times) agreed to run | Read More »
Fidel Castro and Barack Obama, tactical soulmates
Large, Stalinist portraits of their leader adorn political offices. Supporters cry and chant his name every time he graces them with a vacuous speech that inexplicably appeals to his minions. He has neighborhood watch groups to hold the unfaithful in line. He wants these groups to “get in the faces” of those who do not appreciate his greatness. Fidel Castro? No, Barack Obama. Behold:
How Sarah Palin exposed the utter banality of Obama, the media, and the Left
The Left’s unhinged attacks on Gov. Sarah Palin were to be expected. Perhaps this is the most vile assault ever to emanate from their fever swamps, but Justice Clarence Thomas and many others have tasted similar venom. What differentiates the left-wing’s attempted rape of another fine public servant isn’t simply its impotence. Despite the fevered efforts of the mainstream media, mentally deranged bloggers, and Democratic | Read More »
Obama’s speech not memorable, but his creepy Stalinist setting is
The effusive left-wing media reaction to last night’s Obama acceptance speech was to be expected. Even some conservatives got caught up in the moment. As passions have cooled, the praise has become more tempered. Very few people can recite one memorable phrase from the speech. This morning on MSNBC’s pathetic Morning Joe, Peggy Noonan actually took The Hack Whose Name Will Not Be Mentioned to | Read More »
McCain has won if Obama snubbed Hillary to this extent
If the following report from the Politico is true, and for all we know Obama could disprove it with his announcement, the presidential election is game, set, match: There’s one Democrat who would seem to have little or no chance of being picked by Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) to be his running mate – his former opponent, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.). But it’s not | Read More »
Memo to Obama’s media sycophants: left-wingers started madrassa “smear”
Ever since Newsweek released a poll that showed the general election virtually tied, many Obama supporters have pointed to opinions about the senator’s religious background as the cause of his problems. Broadcast bloviators and many print journalists attribute these “smears” to the “right-wing,” “Republicans,” “conservatives,” ad nauseum. In fact, the editor of the New Yorker, which published the tasteless and banal parody cover of Barack | Read More »