Sunday, February 28, 2010

Would You Invite Any Of These People To YOUR Thanksgiving Dinner?

  • Valerie Jarrett
  • Patrick Gaspard
  • Eric Holder
  • Cecelia Muñoz
  • Samantha Powers
  • Charles Freeman
  • Scott Gration
  • Rahm Emmanuel
  • Ezekiel Emmanuel
  • Cass Sunstein
  • Van Jones
  • Carol Browner
  • John Holdren
  • Kevin Jennings
  • Chai Feldblum
  • William Ayers

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Joe Biden is proof positive that intelligence is not necessarily a pre-requisite for a political career.

Former Vice President Dick Cheney Sunday shot back directly at Vice President Joe Biden’s assertion that success in Iraq will be one of the Obama administration’s great achievements, calling it “a little strange.”

Chuckling after he was read Biden’s statement, Cheney said, “I guess I shouldn’t be surprised by my friend Joe Biden.”

“I’m glad he now believes Iraq is a success,” Cheney said on ABC's "This Week," adding that Biden and President Obama campaigned criticizing the Bush administration on Iraq and opposed the surge. “For them to try and take credit for what happened in Iraq strikes me as a little strange," Cheney said.

If the Obama administration is going to take credit for the draw down of troops and democratic government in Iraq, Cheney said, it should come with “a healthy dose of thank you George Bush,” because those changes are “in accordance to the timetable that we initiated.”

Cheney, responding to Biden's comments in an interview on NBC's “Meet the Press” taped Saturday, said his replacement as vice president was “dead wrong” to say another terrorist attack on the scale of 9/11 is unlikely.

A nuclear attack, or one similar to 9/11, is “the biggest strategic threat” facing the United States, Cheney said.
Cheney continues to show he can out think, out talk, and outclass any pathetic smear thrown at him by Obama or Joe Biden. It's so refreshing to hear an adult speak.
The clueless Obama crew is beneath contempt.
Cheney has fought many political battles, but the one to keep Obama from totally killing our security may be the most important.

In a sane world, Dick Cheney would be president of the U.S., not the Zero, Barack Obama

Monday, February 1, 2010

The Whiner In Cheif

Did you catch this one from President Whiner? On Feb 3, the Affirmative Action POTUS mewled: "you have faced enormous procedural obstacles that are unprecedented. You had to cast more votes to break filibusters last year than in the entire 1950s and 1960s combined. That's 20 years of obstruction jammed into just one."

Now a filibuster is the successful use of 41 or more votes to prevent the closing of debate.

Now there is one big problem here. The GOP did not mount ONE SINGLE filibuster in 2009. ZERO! NONE!

It should be apparent to every American with a brain (excludes liberals) that Obummer is a whiny little pansy who will bleat and mewl ANYTHING to get his way, like a spoiled little brat. He's the victim. We're being mean to Barry. If we just allowed him to impose his socialist agenda on us, because he's SO MUCH SMARTER than we are! Really Barry? Then release your transcripts. Blunder Boy Barry will SAY ANYTHING or DO ANYTHING that makes him look like a victim of the evil GOP obstructionism. From the DAY THIS IDIOT took office, he's blamed Bush, he's whined that he "inherited" a raw deal. ALL of 2009 was a "blame Bush and whining about the "do nothing Republicans."

As for the Obama administration, whether the grumbling is about Republicans on Fox or bloggers , there's a word for what the president and his aides are doing. That word is "whining." And nothing — no attack by Glenn Beck, no blogger busting about Guantanamo — does more damage to Obama's credibility or authority than the sense that a popular president is becoming the whiner-in-chief.