The Confidently Ignorant President — how we know what isn’t so
It seems that Obama, with or without a teleprompter, just can’t quite cut it — at least not without the mainstream media (MSM) covering for him. I’ve been trying to follow along and keep the story straight, but that can be difficult. Let me see if I can lay it all out for you. First, I am still looking for the other 10 states that | Read More »
AIM: Sharpton Debuts to Poor Reviews, Says He Won’t Be A Robot [Video]
From Accuracy in Media’s Don Irvine: Al Sharpton’s new show, Politics Nation, officially debuted Monday night and the initial reviews were less than stellar. Entertainment Weekly‘s Ken Tucker said the show wasn’t worth watching yet, calling the initial show an awkward 60 minutes among other things. The Rev. Al Sharpton premiered PoliticsNation on MSNBC Monday evening with an hour of booming bombast and near-obliviousness, as he | Read More »
Introducing Debbie Wasserman-Schulz
I blog at another site which is dominated by liberal commenters. I wrote this for their “entertainment” and thought I’d share here too… I was as happy as anyone on election night to see Nancy Pelosi’s face fall as a result of being shellacked, despite the number of times it had been lifted. But with that happiness was a slight amount of sadness. Surely, I | Read More »
Why is the left obsessed with Palin and Bachmann?
I blog for another site that is dominated by leftist commenters who will rarely exhibit the ability to listen to reason in my view. I like to give them things to chew on that will keep them busy and “entertain” them. I thought I’d share it here… Okay, until now, I have NEVER written a blog with either Palin’s or Bachmann’s name in the title. | Read More »
, bitter clingers
, Star Trek
, the left
Chucky Schumer and “foot in mouth disease”
Originally posted to Liberty Ink Journal Chucky has an easy — and most importantly, GUARANTEED — job. As of 2009, he fully became the Senior US Senator from New York. Oh yes, he had that title since 2001, but let’s face it, it was in name only. He was lost in Hillary’s shadow after she parachuted in from Arkansas by way of DC. In 2009 | Read More »
Tags: Andrew Cuomo
, charles schumer
, Government Waste
, kirsten gillibrand
, New York
Obama and his teleprompter: Part 2
Happy new year, folks. This is a continuation of my post from last year… Take away the teleprompter and Obama has problems with gaffes. He has no prior executive experience. He has a history of voting present in the Illinois Senate. He spent precious little time in the US Senate. There is limited information about his time in college. College is the time when peoples’ | Read More »
Obama and his teleprompter: Part 1
I post on another blog populated with liberal commenters. They evidently do not like my frequent references to Obama’s teleprompter. So, I gave them a two part blog all about that very subject… Some have complained about my frequent references to Obama’s teleprompter. I’m glad it was brought up. It’s high time for an entire blog entry – or two – to be devoted to Obama and | Read More »
Tags: Barack Obama
, empty suit
, empty vessel
, Herbert Hoover
Is a Blanket “Vote out ALL incumbents” Attitude the Right Idea?
There is a real problem with the out of touch political class currently in power. As people spend decades in Washington, D.C., or the capital city of their state, they tend to have less of an idea how the people they represent live. This leads to legislators thinking nothing of spending billions of tax dollars here, billions there, etc. It leads to legislators blindly voting | Read More »
, Jim DeMint
, Michele Bachmann
, Paul Ryan
, political class
, tea party
, yes we can
In which Nick Clegg impersonates/reincarnates Barack Obama
Nick Clegg’s rise to prominence is eerily similar that of the empty suit Obama, with Clegg copying Obama literally in deed and in word. All talk, no substance. But the U.K. is swooning. Like our Dear Leader, Clegg’s dossier-version of the teleprompter tells him exactly what do. Except I bet he wishes his aide put it in his pocket and walked to the hotel, thus | Read More »
Obama – Seventeen Minute Rambling Diatribe To Answer Tax Question.
It sounded like a 3000 page reply to a simple question from a ‘worker’, you remember that word… it’s a favorite of the left. If this was a set-up it was a good one. The question was bluntly placed and Obama launched into a seventeen minute ramble that somnolized everyone in hearing range. Sounding like a caricature of his campaign, he went right into his | Read More »
Conservative-Republican-Patriot Meld… No Third Party.
As much as the Democrats/liberals/progressives/greens/socialists/communists (calling them what they are makes them mad) would love to drive a wedge between the Republican Party and its patriot components, the newly activated grass roots Independents and ‘Tea Baggers’, it looks like they will be disappointed again. As usual, the statists took exactly the wrong message from the Tea Party Convention. What they reported on was Sarah Palin’s | Read More »
Crib Notes vs. Teleprompters
Sarah Palin, a.k.a. the woman that the mainstream fears more than global warming, I mean, climate change, wrote some notes on her hand for her speech at the recent Tea Party Convention. Not only does the mainstream media feel that this shows that she is the “r” word, the administrations’ press secretary Robert Gibbs felt the need to make his own joke about it, publicly. | Read More »
Other Evidence of Bias
It can be suggested that a United States president, who hadn’t been in office for two weeks yet, may not have earned a Nobel Peace Prize. However, that fact, in and of itself, cannot prove the bias of the Nobel committee. Other evidence is needed. When you survey the other award winners, a pattern emerges. Nobel Prize for Physics – Steven Chu for suggesting we | Read More »
How bad is it for Obama when he can’t even handle a TelePrompTer?
[this diary rescued from oblivion by force majeure] The Corner has a link to this goodie, which includes video. Obama gets out of sync with his best friend the TelePrompTer. The audience chuckles politely at his subsequent strained attempt at humor. What I think is funny besides the obvious is that he catches himself and stops before using the word “TelePrompTer”. If you can’t trust | Read More »
Did Obama ‘Accidentally’ Re-Open Show Trial Question?
Dan Balz looks at the White House’s clumsy handling of the debate over terrorist interrogation. Interestingly, there’s no hint – either from Balz’s piece or from other administration officials – that the President’s change of position was intentional. Read the piece and judge for yourself: The legacy of George W. Bush continued to dog President Obama and his administration yesterday, as Congress divided over creating | Read More »