The President of “No”
Sound familiar? It should, it’s been a trick of the Democrats to pin that label on Republicans for years; “The Party of NO.” I submit to you that despite media reports and observations to the contrary, that label is now firmly stuck not only to the Democrats, but President Nobama Obama as well. No Plan Obama has no budget plan, only a campaign agenda. Long | Read More »
Obama Propaganda Minister Gibbs may be about to “hit the slide”
Obama spokes hole Robert Gibbs has always had something of a tough job I think, anyone whose job it would be to sell the destructive Obama policies would. Anyone but a committed Marxist would. Having to spin the blatant lies being fed him from up top nearly daily would have to make one think about grabbing a beer, popping the door open, and jumping to | Read More »
Ok, now Obama and Ken Salazar are just playing games with people’s jobs
The same day a federal court judge slammed the Obama administration and overturned their drilling moratorium, Ken Salazar turns around and says he’ll simply issue another stop order; WASHINGTON — Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says he will issue a new order imposing a moratorium on deepwater drilling after a federal judge struck down the existing one. Salazar said in a statement Tuesday evening that the | Read More »
Gen. Stanley McChrystal; placed in a no-win position by his CinC?
Via a series of Tweets by Fox White House correspondent Major Garrett; An article due out at Rolling Stone magazine later this week is previewed by an AP piece at FoxNews.com describing how the embattled General McChrystal receives little to no support from the Administration nor those chosen by the Obama White House to work with the General. WASHINGTON — The top U.S. war commander | Read More »
Axelrod spins the Israeli PM snub
Axelface Axelrod put out the “Official Spin” on the snub of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu today, which we’ll gladly de-construct here; Obama met the Israeli leader in the White House on Tuesday but did not dine with his visitor and, by keeping the talks closed to the media, also denied Netanyahu the courtesy of a photo-opportunity with the president. Obama didn’t want to be | Read More »
Want to quit wasting our time on your hostile take over of our Health Care?
Just on my way back from dropping off a car at a dealer 10 miles away, had my IPod cranking, light traffic, nice day. Then I noticed a car dealer that had been at the same location forever, closed. Not a new car dealer, mind you, a used car lot that had formerly done a great business. Perfect location, right beside the freeway, they took | Read More »
What? No “Homecoming Parade” for Obama? I thought you liked us now™ Pt. II
I don’t know what it is lately, but after hearing how TehWon would “Fundamentally Change” America, I just assumed the whole world was supposed to love the United States. It was automatic. The Obama Doctrine (try looking down your nose at that, Mr. Gibson) of diminishing the United States would restore our rightful place among the mediocre; where no nation would ever look upon us | Read More »
Hillary a “blonde Condoleezza”? Hugo, I thought ya liked us now…
Via Reuters; “To me, she’s like Condoleezza Rice … a blond Condoleezza,” said the Venezuelan, referring to former U.S. president George W. Bush’s secretary of state, with whom he exchanged frequent harsh words at long-distance. Ummm, is that #Raaacist then? Just curious. Apparently Clinton was in Brazil failing at diplomacy with regard to Iran sanctions, when she raised the ire of Señor Chavez by coming | Read More »
China’s American Dream: America, Step Aside
There’s a new book out, but don’t look for it to appear at the NYT Best Seller List any time soon. It’s in Chinese. The book was written by People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Senior Colonel Liu Mingfu, and in it he calls for China to “abandon modesty” in working toward becoming the world’s number one superpower. In his book, “The China Dream”, Mingfu believes even | Read More »
Paul Ryan at the Ambush Summit
Via Morrissey [my emphasis]; For those who thought today’s summit was a carefully-laid trap for Republicans set by Barack Obama, let me ask this: How many networks would have carried the following argument by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) had he made it on the steps of the Capitol? It likely wouldn’t have been aired even in passing on the talking-head -cable network shows. Instead, with | Read More »
The Obama/GOP Ambush Summit
Rep. Thaddeus McCotter stopped by RedState today and wrote a piece saying basically what I was thinking since I first heard to the Obama/GOP “Health Care Summit” or whatever the heck the administration is calling it these days. Saying the same thing Rush has been saying (in so many words); Yesterday and the day before, when I got wind of this invitation from Obama to | Read More »
Why didn’t Obama sell his message on Afghanistan?
The night of December 2, 2009 I really wanted to hear what Obama had to say about his Afghanistan “strategy”, but instead I found myself racing to return a rented car and get my own car out of the repair shop before they closed. Not that I didn’t want to be inspired by flowery rhetoric, and reassured that my friends over there now would be | Read More »
What does Pelosi have on her to-do list today?
via @gabrielmalor; Pelosi’s ToDo List: (7) Convince BlueDogs that #HCR will not raise taxes; (8) Stab their eyes out to keep them from reading the bill. #tcot17 minutes ago from web Reply Pelosi’s ToDo List: (5) Convince Dems #HCR will not raise the deficit; (6) Convince Dems that the sky is not blue. #tcot18 minutes ago from web Reply Pelosi’s ToDo List: (3) Convince BlueDogDems | Read More »
It’s getting to be like Iraq 2003, seeing their “One” everywhere via Tony Katz on Twitter; Hope N Pepsi? Okay, pink box, obviously has to do with breast cancer awareness. But seriously, how long do you think PepsiCo has been waiting for a chance to do this? Just sayin‘ is all. Crossposted
No, Mr. President, You Didn’t See the Human Cost of War
You saw some coffins and a quiet ceremony; The “lede” of this Reuters article on President Obama’s trip to Dover Air Force Base last night made my skin crawl: “DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Delaware — President Barack Obama saw first hand the human cost of the Afghanistan war as he welcomed home on Thursday 18 soldiers and Drug Enforcement Administration agents killed in Afghanistan this | Read More »
2010 and 2012 may mean nothing if this isn’t stopped now
At all costs Every once in a while you hear something on the radio that absolutely slaps you in the face with an “Oh my God” moment. For months we’ve been getting into what the leftists and statists have been trying to do to our country, and what will become of us as a nation if they succeed. Listening to the F. Lee Levin show | Read More »
Obama’s Enemies List Makes the Senate Record
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) put on the Senate record what most of us already know; the White House is creating an “enemies list” to make anything Nixon ever did look like a list of your favorite baseball cards. First some background via American Thinker; Obama’s oratory of Hope and Change has proved to be nothing more than camouflage for a realpolitik of Fear and Loathing, | Read More »
Who did Obama beat out for the Nobel Peace Prize?
Some significant sacrifices were ignored it seems From Moonbattery Chinese Human Rights Activist Hu Jia – imprisoned for campaigning for human rights in the PRC, not as worthy as Barack Hussein Obama. Wei Jingsheng, who spent 17 years in Chinese prisons for urging reforms of China’s communist system. — not as worthy as Barack Hussein Obama. (Not to mention the symbolic value of awarding a | Read More »
On Obama’s re-branding of 9/11
Let’s just make this “about me” instead [UPDATE-Event deleted from site, guess it wasn't such a good idea after all?] It was to be a day of remembrance for the victims of 9/11, and a reminder to always be vigilant; the eleventh of September was to be Patriot Day; In the United States, Patriot Day occurs on September 11 of each year, designated in memory | Read More »
Wanted; a Commander in Chief
Sorely missing our previous one about now As a military person, there’s a hole in my heart where a President used to be. I didn’t agree with George W. Bush politically all the time (enough to vote for him twice), but one thing I did agree with; he did his best for his troops. Make the argument, if you will, that troops in Iraq were | Read More »