Just ask the President.

    A very cool website has just opend up shop that is gathering questions for pres. Obama to answer, although to date, none have been. You don’t even have to join or leave your email address to participate. Just write out your question and hit the submit button and watch while other viewers from around the country, and a few outside of the country, give your | Read More »

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    Mr. Teleprompter Resign: Who is the Buffoon?

    So you have you own blog. Drudge picked it up and now you are a real superstar. Without Drudge you would have remained nothing but glass. I dunno… is all this news about you worthy? Ok yeah sure, I called for your resignation, but I did it for one reason. And your blog did not bother to address that reason. Oh yes, you’re a liberal-progressive | Read More »

    Limbaugh Was Wrong Today

    On a day where Rush spent a good deal of time playing sound bites and decrying the hypocrisy of Warren Buffett and others: he declared his comments about McCain would be taken out of context. They don’t have to be. He justified his rejection of John McCain for President by saying we could not elect a ‘coalition’ that was not fully conservative. It was better | Read More »

    Ahh. Isn’t this the President’s JOB?

    Drudge carries this headline “Obama rebukes attorney general for describing America as ‘nation of cowards’ on race… Developing… ‘If I had been advising my attorney general, we would have used different language’… “ Excuuuuuuuuuse me! Isn’t “advising my attorney general” the job of the President? I KNOW we have this child running the country now, but you’d figure, after the first few weeks he’d get | Read More »

    Lets Start by Calling a Spade a Spade

    John McCain lied to us. Why? Obviously he hoped for political gain.  He must have known he was ineligible for the presidency by reason of his foreign birth, but he ran anyway.  Don’t believe me? The proof is now available for all to see on the internet. John McCain’s long form birth certificate states that he was born in Colon, Republic of Panama, not Coco | Read More »

    Lead

    When you look at the word “lead” you can think a few things.  When it pertains to politics I like to think our elected officials will be our leaders. What other reason should we elect someone, if not to be our leader. They are our voice and should represent us. Lately, i’ve been watching the behavior of the president.  Earlier this week I read an article | Read More »

    Don’t Worry, Mr. Obama. Stay as long as you’d like.

    Today, Rep. Jose Serrano (D, NY-16) introduced an Amendment to the United States Constitution (H.J. Res. 5), to repeal the 22nd Amendment, which sets term limits for Presidents. Full bill text and more info over at OpenCongress. It was deferred to committee, but it’s not a good sign. 111th CONGRESS 1st Session H. J. RES. 5 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United | Read More »

    The Legacy of George W. Bush

    Unfortunately, for years to come, George W. Bush will now be known for an economic recession and nationalizing the banking industry. While that is partly true, that is not what he will be known for in forty years. I do believe that after America has had a chance to get through this economic downturn, no matter whose fault it is, we will be able to | Read More »

    Media Reaction to a Palin Presidency.

    What if Sarah Palin became the first female President of the United States? How do you think the media would react to her inauguration?  Seperating the historical significance from the people, it would be quite the historic moment as America would have effectively elected the first female President of the United States, just as Obama’s inauguration is a historical moment as he is the first | Read More »

    Mike Huckabee Kicks Off 2012 Campaign?

    Mr. Arkansas appears to have kicked off his 2010 Presidential election campaign this week in a column in Esquire magazine.  The article is quite a flattering profile from a clearly liberal author (remind you of any recent Republican Presidential candidates?).  The author goes so far as to describe Huckabee as “the nicest guy in a political party of not-very-nice guys”.  You can read the whole | Read More »

    The president’s new wings

    The US Air Force has begun the process of searching for a replacement for Air Force One. Actually, the pride of the presidential aircraft fleet consists of two Boeing VC-25 aircraft, either one of which has the call sign Air Force One when the president is aboard. The VC-25 is the military version of the familiar 747-200 airliner, except the presidential version of the VC-25 is seriously | Read More »

    And Here I Thought George W. Bush Was Retarded. At Least That’s What MSNBC Would Have Us Believe

    Maybe Karl Rove just took time out of his busy schedule to pen a lie about the President. Yes, that must be it. It couldn’t be the truth. It all started on New Year’s Eve in 2005. President Bush asked what my New Year’s resolutions were. I told him that as a regular reader who’d gotten out of the habit, my goal was to read | Read More »

    How many more breathe free because of one man?

    Kosovo has named a street after President Bush. Kosovo decided Wednesday to name a central street of its capital Pristina after outgoing US President George W. Bush for his support of the territory’s split from Serbia. Backed unanimously by Kosovo’s cabinet, Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said the move was “a sign of the huge state and national respect and appreciation” for the United States’ contribution | Read More »

    What happened to “so help me God”?

    Barack Obama’s transition site, change.gov gives a breakdown of Obama’s inauguration. According to the website, Obama will deliver the following oath of office: “I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of the President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.” That is, in fact, the actual | Read More »

    Guess Who I Am?

    Who Am I? I was raised in one country but my father was born in another. I was not his only child. He fathered several children with a number of women. I became very close to my mother because my father showed little interest in me. Then my mother died at an early age from cancer. Later in life, questions arose over my real name. | Read More »