Food-Inspector-in-Chief Michelle Obama’s Latest ‘More Equal than Others’ Moment
America’s New Mother-in-Law enjoyed some proletariat-free time this week, taking a respite from her pressure-filled life by hitting the slopes in Vail, Colorado. At least, she hit the slopes in between her other, higher-priority activities: chowing down on short ribs, and inspecting “kids’ healthy lunches.” According to restaurant owner and short rib-cooker Kelly Liken : “[Michelle Obama] was wonderfully gracious and very much interested in | Read More »
Well, We Know Michelle Didn’t Marry Her Husband For The Same Reasons You People Elected Him President
A swear word might have otherwise found its way into the title of this post were it not for the fact that this is a “family-friendly” website. As I skimmed Drudge a short bit ago, I came across this little beauty over at Politico:”Michelle Obama: Harry Reid doesn’t owe me an apology”, and my head exploded: First lady Michelle Obama told reporters Wednesday that Senate | Read More »
Barack Obama: A Failure To Lead…Again
The quickly fading story of Harry Reid’s comments about Barack Obama’s “light skin” and “non-Negro dialect” offered an opportunity for the President to lead on the issue of race in America, and he passed. Back in March of 2008, given a similar opportunity to show his leadership on matters of race (in trying to justify Rev. Wright’s acid rhetoric against America and the white man), | Read More »
The Double Standard
Updated at the bottom. Have you ever noticed that liberals have a double standard? Of course you have. Silly for asking. I would like to share a response I made to a link someone posted on Facebook. She commented about this link People are F(*&$(^(& crazy…A pastor of a church…I love the twisted religion…not much more to say, because anything else would probably not be PC | Read More »
Kidnapped soldiers: what we do vs what we tell Israel to do
Interesting contrast here. Israel gets a soldier captured and held in Gaza. Obama demands that they not overract and do anything that might harm civilians, don’t enact community punishment, etc. In fact, he tells Israel the solution is to give in to all Palestinian demands and then keep their fingers crossed. But the same thing happens to us in Afghanistan and — well let’s just | Read More »
Yet another hypocrisy from the Obamas – GatorGate anyone?
Michelle Obama loves to act as though she’s just a normal person, buying from J. Crew just like anyone else might. oops Drudge linked to a story about how she was walking around Russia with a $6K clutch – not even one of those giant purses that barely would qualify as an airline carry-on, just a little tiny clutch hardly bigger than a man’s wallet. | Read More »
More entries for the Sotomayor handling double standards file
LatinoJustice PRLDEF is dumping 350 pages this week on the Senate Judiciary Committee from Sotomayor’s 12 years of work there. A few things from this article stand out. Latino Justice PRLDEF sent the Judiciary Committee more than 350 pages of documents from the 12 years Sotomayor spent on its board, opening what could be an ugly new chapter in the debate over confirming the federal | Read More »
New York Times Saves One of Their Own, but Not America
When will the New York Times not report “all the news that’s fit to print”? When it involves one of their own. Over the weekend, it was revealed that the Times withheld the publishing of a report that one of their reporters, David Rohde, was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan. What is even more amazing is that they held the information privately for seven | Read More »
Who can the President fire?
Here’s her column: Ann Coulter, as usual, brings a well-thought perspective to an issue. Remember the controversy over Bush firing Attorneys General? Here’s an article that might refresh your memory. There were Congressional hearings, demands that Bush remove his AG over the matter, and general outrage that Bush would overstep his authority by firing his own political appointees (seriously). This week, Obama fired Rick Wagoner. | Read More »
Color me shocked! Maureen Dowd gets one right!
She blasts Obama for doing the same sorts of things he criticized Bush for doing, for doing one thing differently from Bush, and for having a double standard in what he preaches to us vs what he practices himself. Well, That Certainly Didn’t Take Long
Where’s the MSM outrage over Obama and FEMA dropping the ball in KY?
The situation after that global-warming induced ice storm that wreaked havoc in Kentucky among other places is getting worse by the day. If this were Bush and Brownie, wouldn’t we be seeing nightly reports about how FEMA dropped the ball, causing death and misery? Thousands of people in ice-caked Kentucky awoke in motels and shelters, asked to leave their homes by authorities who said emergency | Read More »
A Call to Arms to the Women of America
*We women will decide this election — all the polls and demographics say so. This election is ours for the taking. The men who dominate in politics and the media are smart enough to know this. Why aren’t we? Obama and his media conspirators understand the innate bias we women seem to have against each other and use it to their tactical advantage. Their current | Read More »
Smarmy George Stephanopoulos
Senator McCain had originally planned to attend a Town Hall Meeting in Columbus, OH, this Sunday morning; it was to be hosted by ABC’s Meet the Press and moderated by George Stephanopoulos. Due to the ongoing negotiations toward a solution to the nation’s financial crisis, Sen. McCain has returned to DC. ABC announced that the Town Hall had been cancelled, and McCain will be the | Read More »
The single most important talking point about Governor Palin is being ignored
I honestly didn’t expect the Obama campaign to be stupid enough to actually attack Governor Palin on experience, considering he has so much less than she does, although I did think ‘somebody’ would, and a while back I made the point, one that apparently nobody in the McCain campaign has yet figured out, that there is an EXTREMELY effective, and important, way to refute those | Read More »