Archive for September 2010
Congratulations to His Oneness — 3 months ago, the national debt reached the highest level it has seen since World War II. The Recovery Summer tour consisted mostly of telling us how bad George W. Bush and the Republicans made the economy and how heroic His Oneness has been in making it better.
We have endured an Attack Summer of Obama speeches flailing at Republicans for not cooperating with his agenda and insisting that even more of the profligate spending which hasn’t worked is necessary. The speeches have been full of partisan hackery and a number of whoppers. Obama has gone after Wall Street, the Tea Party, and indirectly the stupidity of the loutish, untutored electorate.
We have been treated to nearly 4 months of the real Obama, petulant, thin-skinned, arrogant, and, in the case of now-famous Velma Hart, unresponsive. The character deficit may be why he began losing independents back in June and continues to hemorrhage them now.
has no tolerance for a kid dressed in shorts and a T-shirt bearing his grandfather’s likeness with the invited family group. Tone-deaf, absolutely intolerant, and just plain stupid.
It’s in perfect pitch with the Federal Highway Administration’s mandates on signage, isn’t it?
UPDATE: After excusing itself for its own failures, the White House has invited the family back.
You think you know. You are certain of the truth. But what you believe you know to be true can be totally wrong.
This photo was sold for decades as a prime example of police brutality against civil rights activists, but someone finally investigated and found it was no such thing.
Cracked.com looks at 6 bills which appeared good on paper, to legislators at least, and turned out very badly indeed.
ObamaCare is not destined to join the group, because at least some of the legislators and their aides knew exactly the damage it would cause to the finest health care system in the world, so its consequences were very definitely intended.
This is too delicious to keep to myself. The only small business I personally know which is expanding is a home security company. Apparently people are doing what they can to keep what they have before they get some security from the government with their vote in November.
With some of the new “free” features coming online, the increased costs will quickly become apparent. States are already preparing opt-out arrangements. The glorious achievement of His Oneness is beginning to pinch, everywhere, as the lies start to become obvious.
And I doubt His Oneness will be happy with Diane Dimond’s piece previewing her upcoming book showing that the Salahis were not party-crashers and that the White House and media lied to you about all of it. Neither will Our Lady of Perpetual Dissatisfaction be thrilled with this one from Kathryn Jean Lopez.