Barack Obama- the elite, brilliant messiah- not aware in 02′ that the Majority Leader does not act as President of the Senate.
Here is the exact quote from 2002: “It seems to be that we can forgive a 100-year-old senator for some of the indiscretion of his youth, but, what is more difficult to forgive is the current president of the U.S. Senate (Lott) suggesting we had been better off if we had followed a segregationist path in this country after all of the battles and fights | Read More »
Quote Of The Day
From Warren Meyer’s Coyoteblog, regarding Van Jones: Apparently, as one of Obama’s 129 czars, this guy whose job it is to redistribute billions of dollars from one group of individuals to another and issue diktats to be followed by private citizens and businesses, is *gasp* a communist. Well, no sh*t. All of these various czars have communist roles so why is it surprising Obama might | Read More »
Quote of the Day, 2 Dec 08
Via, appropriately, Stuck on Stupid: “My staff tells me not to say this, but I’m going to say it anyway. In the summer because of the heat and high humidity, you could literally smell the tourists coming into the Capitol… We have many bathrooms here, as you can see.” The Majority Leader’s regard for “The Great Unwashed” is downright Jeffersonian, LOL! – JP
Quote of the Hour
From ABC News.com’s Political Radar blog: “I thought it was very odd and very strange and out of character that the senator would just toss a bag out into the middle of the street,” said Bayh neighbor Ashley Allen. It was his son’s lacrosse gear, but that does not excuse the would-be veep’s obviously aberrational behavior.
Obama Say’s: “Um, well, oh gosh, let’s see… It’s George Bush’s fault I didn’t support the surge”. Huh?
I just had to laugh when I read this; TERRY MORAN: If you had to do it over again, knowing what you know now, would you support the surge? OBAMA: No, because, keep in mind that- MORAN: You wouldn’t? OBAMA: Well, no, keep in mind, these kinds of hypothetical’s are very difficult. You know, hindsight is 20/20. But I think that, what I am absolutely | Read More »