Spite and malice, the Revenge of the Techno-crats
A good glass of wine, a toast to the sweet taste of victory, a short prayer of thanks, six hours of uninterrupted sleep and back to work. Party over. As much as I could stand, listening to both Dem and GOP talking heads, the consensus is that Obama should move back toward the center. He won’t. He can’t…if for no other reason, because Bill Clinton | Read More »
Climate Change Czar Carol Browner on Hacked Emails: ‘Who Cares?’
Obama’s Energy and Climate Change Czar Carol Browner is unswayed by the revelations in the Hadley CRU hacked emails, saying “I’m sticking with the 2,500 scientists. These people have been studying this issue for a very long time and agree this problem is real,” said Ms. Browner, who President Obama has tapped as his chief of policy on global warming. … Ms. Browner initially shrugged | Read More »
Obama & Censorship: Reality vs. Rhetoric II
The AP reports that President Obama, while speaking to students in Shanghai, stated “Individual expression is not an American ideal but a universal right that should be available to all.” During his speech, Obama stated: “These freedoms of expression, and worship, of access to information and political participation — we believe they are universal rights. They should be available to all people, including ethnic and | Read More »
Compare and contrast
Which would you rather be? A stagehand at Carnegie Hall, or the CEO of Citicorp? Hint: one pays a LOT better than the other, and it’s not the one you’d think. First, for the five biggest recipients of TARP aid, the Pay Czar has decreed massive pay cuts. See http://www.cnbc.com/id/33417281: At the financial products division of the insurance giant, A.I.G., the locus of problems that | Read More »
Mr. Obama, Quit Blaming Bush And Take Responsibility For The Mess You Created
Since being elected President Barack Obama has played the blame game far more and with greater consistency than any of his predecessors in the Oval Office. Every President at one point especially when first taking office occasionally blames his predecessor for troubles that face the new administration. But that blame usually subsides within the first few months as the President begins taking responsibility for the | Read More »
Tell Me Again Why Czars Should Be Vetted By Congress?
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator This Is Not About Sexual Orientation, But About Our Children In The Schools I read this story regarding Kevin Jennings, the Obama Czar for the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools back in June in Atlas Shrugs, so it is not new and it not just surfacing today. It is yet another example of how the Czars, appointed | Read More »
Barack Obama’s “Safe and Drug Free Schools” Czar Is Huge Supporter Of The Nation’s Largest Homosexual Pedophilia Group!
Let’s all meet Kevin Jennings. His official title is: Assistant Deputy Secretary of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools at the U.S. Department of Education. Another unelected, unvetted, unaccountable “Czar” in the Barack Obama regime. Now we knew Obama had surrounded himself with some of the most insane, out of the mainstream crazies he could round up. There’s Dr Death, Ezekiel Emanuel, Rahm | Read More »
Obama Administration Condones Sex With Minors. As Long As It Is Just Buggery With the Boys.
“At some point we must stop saying that there was a failure to vet these people and conclude that Barack Obama has no more of a problem with men like Kevin Jennings who encourage statutory rape than men like Bill Ayers who encourages cop killing.” People with low IQ got to see Whoopee Goldberg defend Roman Polanski on the View yesterday. Goldberg had no problem | Read More »
Lamar! Czar! …and that joke will get old fast.
Suffice it to say that Senator Alexander (R, TN) is amused at the DNC’s decision to play Teh GREAT Internetz Defenderz!!!11!1ONE!1!!!!11!: (Via @nicklaus) Hard not to be amused: it’s not every day that you see a major party organization threaten to unleash a “rain of hellfire” on health care rationing opponents. Or, as we here in Reality Non-Unicorn like to call them, “56% of the | Read More »
The DNC goes after a peculiar demographic: Bush voters.
I hope that they spent money on this: Look, I think that George W. Bush’s current unpopularity among the American people is a bit unfair, but I recognize that it exists – so trying to excuse the current President’s habit of doing end-runs around the nomination process because he’s just like Bush* is, well, dumb. The majority of the populace will react badly to the | Read More »
Letter to Congressman Wilson
Just sent this to my Congressman via his online e-mail submission form. Oh, it’s Congressman Charlie Wilson of Ohio’s sixth district. Dear Congressman Wilson– I was in Washington this past weekend. Sorry I didn’t stop by to see you, but the crowd made it tough to move anywhere. I did, however, enjoy a nice dinner at the Dubliner after standing with more than 250,000 fellow | Read More »
Van Jones Resigns, But That Does Not End The Story Or Questions
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator, Mike Haltman The question is: Why was this radical, whose background could be found by simply typing the words Van Jones into Google, put in this position in the first place? As always with this administration, the answer is as troubling as it is confusing. There is no more media and internet savvy group than the Democrats and | Read More »
The Constitutionality of Czars
Since my first post was a bit controversial and I may have rubbed some people the wrong way I hope this is less irritating. The resignation (probable force out) of Green Jobs Czar Van Jones got me thinking today and I pulled out my copy of the U.S. Constitution (if you don’t have one handy I recommend Cornell Laws Online version: http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/constitution.overview.html ). Under Article II, | Read More »