Jay Leno: President Obama held a press conference earlier today, and he said he still wants to close the Guantanamo Bay prison facility, but he doesn’t know how to do it. He should do what he always does: declare it a small business and tax it out of existence.It will be gone in a minute. … Continue reading Quote of the Day – Obama Fail Edition
Well, Obama has won. I do not think he deserved it, nor do I think the American people made an informed decision but I do respect that decision and hope he tries in his second term to meet the expectations he so grandly outlined and so utterly failed to even try to meet in his first.… Continue reading Obama Wins
The Daily Caller has a great article which sums up really nicely the end-to-end embarrassment that is Barack Obama’s presidency. No one, not even the president’s most breathless, fervent supporters, could argue that Barack Obama was elected in 2008 on the strength of his resume. It wasn’t strong. Obama could boast a little about his academic achievements, but, without… Continue reading Obama’s aura is gone – and his presidency is almost over
By all rights, this should have a major impact on Obama’s re-election. But that assumes the media are interested, and let’s face it, they are activly not interested in holding Obama to any sort of reasonable standard. The racially charged and at times angry speech undermines Obama’s carefully-crafted image as a leader eager to build bridges… Continue reading Obama Caught Out – this is huge (or should be)
I think that to some extent you can do this with most candidates, but Obama seems especially prone to contradicting his earlier self. In this case, he’s piously taking the high ground now. Clearly he’s hoping that no one call him on it. Needless to say, the media won’t.
I will be held accountable. I’ve got four years . . . If I don’t have this done in three years, then there is going to be a one term proposition.” Woops. Also, this video is worth a look.
The Daily Caller has a good piece on the American left’s obsession with finding racism everywhere. Last night, Ann Romney sought to dispel the notion that somehow she and Mitt have had a “storybook marriage.” So she pointed out that their life together included struggles, such as her MS and breast cancer. And then she concluded: “What… Continue reading Dog Whistling and Racism in US Politics
I’m inclined to discount this story somewhat (it just smells a bit too convenient), but there’s no denying that Obama has some curious priorities when it comes to whom he chooses to help. A few days ago I received a call from a man I recently met named George. He was a bit flustered, and soon informed me… Continue reading Helping Obama’s brother
This is a bit scary. Not new, but scary that they’re actually prepared to put it in print. The danger, according to Capehart, is that this narrative may remove the race card as a factor (emphasis mine): By telling potential voters “It’s OK to make a change,” the RNC is acknowledging all that I mention above.… Continue reading The Obama Campaign should be running a mile from this… but won’t
Yes, it’s happened. Obama has finally delivered on his promise of post-partisan politics, delivering a budget vote without a single dissent. Impressive.