Peanut Butter And Jelly Is Offensive

Last month, the Chief Diversity Officer at the U.S. Department of State announced that phrases like “holding down the fort” and “rule of thumb” could be racially driven expressions. Now, the political correctness police have added another offender to the list: peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

An Oregon school principal believes that eating peanut butter and jelly could be an act of intolerance. Verenice Gutierrez of Harvey Scott K-8 School encourages students who eat peanut butter and jelly to ask students of other nationalities: “‘Americans eat peanut butter and jelly, do you have anything like that?’ Let them tell you. Maybe they eat torta. Or pita.”

Gutierrez had a question of her own that she wants people to consider: “What about Somali or Hispanic students, who might not eat sandwiches?”

Portland Public Schools are kicking off a campaign that encourages teachers to acknowledge their “white privilege.”

Gutierrez wrote a letter to her staff: “Our focus school and our Superintendent’s mandate that we improve education for students of color, particularly Black and Brown boys, will provide us with many opportunities to use the protocols of Courageous Conversations in data teams, team meetings, staff meetings, and conversations amongst one another.”

Robb Cowie, the communications director for Portland Public Schools, said that the problem extends beyond just a sandwich.

“Certainly a sandwich isn’t going to do it in itself,” he said. “But it is one of those things that we want to be aware of in all aspects of our instructional practice.”

Secret Service Staying Busy With Threats To Kill Obama

As President Barack Obama’s approval rating continues to drop, the number of death threats against him continues to rise. In the past week, at least three people have been investigated.

The most recent is Terrence Bonney, a Floridian who keeps a picture of Obama in his garage. The picture is equipped with a noose and a bullet hole.

On Saturday, Bonney made five calls to 911, allegedly threatening the President. Bonney was arrested for misusing the 911 system.

It’s the second time in a week that an alleged threatening comment has come out of Florida. A police officer in Tavares, Fla., is under investigation after a post appeared on her Facebook page: “Where’s Lee Harvey Oswald or John Wilkes Booth when you need them!?!?” Officer Sarah Coursey came under investigation after a citizen told police about the post.

A Charlotte, N.C., resident was arrested after tweeting threats.  “Well Ima Assassinate president Obama this evening !… Gotta get this monkey off my chest while he’s in town,” tweeted 21-year-old Donte Jamar Sims. Sims also tweeted, “Ima hit president Obama with that Lee Harvey Oswald swag,” and, “The Secret Service is gonna be defenseless once I aim the Assualt Rifle at Barack’s Forehead.”

The Secret Service also claims to be investigating Julia Rodriguez, a delegate at the Democratic National Convention who said if she saw Mitt Romney she “would like to kill him.”

Town Considers Banning Dogs

The business district of Beaver Falls, Pa., is trying to keep its patrons on a short leash. The area near Pittsburgh is considering banning dogs.

Some pet owners have gotten in the habit of tying their dogs to parking meters, and business owners are afraid that the canines are scaring away potential customers. Not only that, but city officials are tired of the mess caused by the pooches.

“When I walk, I try to walk daily, I tell you I get disgusted because people aren’t cleaning up after their dogs, after animals,” said John Kirkland, a councilman in Beaver Falls. “They got to clean up.”

Others think that dogs should be allowed wherever the family goes, as long as the owner keeps a watch on their pet.

“Some people treat their dogs just like family members and you don’t want to do that to your family member,” said Andre Milliner, a Beaver Falls resident. “So, let’s just have a little law, don’t leave your dog unattended.”

It will be at least a year before the proposal proceeds further.

Ron Paul Supporter Wants To Start White Student Union, Says It’s Constitutional

A student at a university near Baltimore wants to start a White Student Union. Matthew Heimbach of Towson University says there is a Black Student Union on campus that celebrates its heroes, and he wants to be free to do the same.

“We want to replicate what every student union does on campus,” wrote Heimbach, a Ron Paul supporter, in the university newspaper.

“Love your race,” the ad placed in the paper read. “Support a white student union.”

The idea has drawn criticism from blacks and whites on campus.

“We had to congregate together because we weren’t allowed to congregate with whites,” said junior Julian Carroll. “There is a difference between a White Student Union and a Black Student Union based on the history of America.”

Richard Vatz, a communications professor at Towson University, said: “When you have a group that calls themselves the White Student Union, their only purpose is generally hostility towards those who are non-white.”

Vatz was the adviser for Youth for Western Civilization, a previous group headed by Heimbach. But Vatz resigned when the group wrote messages in chalk across campus that expressed white pride, such as “celebrate white pride” and “white South.”

“We want to be able to promote on campus for students who want to be proud of their heritage and the foundations of this country and stand up for themselves,” Heimbach said in regard to the group Youth for Western Civilization.

Heimbach claims that the campus is “hostile toward white students” and that the White Student Union would serve as a “safe space for members… who have heard ‘cracker’ and ‘honkie.’”

According to Heimbach, 17 students have expressed interest in joining the union. However, Heimbach claims he has been accused of hate speech.

“So Facebook banned me for a day and took down the Towson University White Student Union page for ‘hate speech,’” Heimbach posted on Facebook. “Funny enough the Towson University Black Student Union page is still up.”

Currently, the White Student Union is only in the works; it is not a Student Government Association-approved group. Should the White Student Union continue its efforts, some assume that the SGA will vote it down.

“After the headache of last year (Youth for Western Civilization), I’m afraid SGA might vote us down on principle,” he said. “But if we have the students, the adviser and the constitution, there’s no reason to allow us not to be SGA affiliated.”

Single-Digit Addition Too Much For Obama

President Barack Obama has been criticizing Mitt Romney’s math skills. Regarding the budget of the Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan ticket, Obama has said, “That’s not bold leadership; that’s bad math.” But Obama did some bad math of his own while campaigning in Florida.

On Saturday, in Kissimmee, Fla., the President was mathematically challenged.

“We can create a million new manufacturing jobs in the next four years, because we’re selling goods around the world stamped with three proud words: Made in the USA,” Obama said.

He repeated the math mistake Sunday in Melbourne, Fla.

It’s not the first time that numbers have given the President difficulty. In 2008, he thought he had been to 57 States.

“Over the last 15 months, we’ve travelled to every corner of the United States,” he said during his 2008 campaign. “I’ve now been in 57 states? I think one left to go. Alaska and Hawaii, I was not allowed to go to even though I really wanted to visit, but my staff would not justify it.”

 

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Can Wasserman Schultz’s Nose Get Any Bigger?

Just when you thought the nose of Democratic National Committee Chairwoman and U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) couldn’t get any bigger, it has. Following Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s speech, Democrats enjoyed comparing the Wisconsin Representative to Pinocchio. But if anyone’s nose is growing this election, it’s Wasserman Schultz’s.

On Sept. 4, Wasserman Schultz told a group of Jews that Michael Oren, the Israeli Ambassador to the United States, said Republican policies are dangerous to Israel.

“I’ve heard no less than Ambassador Michael Oren say this, that what the Republicans are doing is dangerous for Israel,” Wasserman Schultz informed the Jewish Democrats. Her comment was caught on tape.

Oren insists he never said such a thing.

“I categorically deny that I ever characterized Republican policies as harmful to Israel. Bipartisan support is a paramount national interest for Israel, and we have great friends on both sides of the aisle,” Oren said.

To make matters more complicated, Wasserman Schultz says she never said what Oren said he never said.

In an interview with FoxNews, Wasserman Schultz was asked about the incident. She clearly lied, blaming the confusion on the “deliberately” deceptive conservative media.

“I didn’t say he said that. And unfortunately, that comment was reported by a conservative newspaper. It’s not surprising they would deliberately misquote me.”

 

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Government Says Get Ready For Zombies

The Homeland Security Department urged citizens on Thursday to prepare for a zombie apocalypse, according to The Associated Press. The rationale behind the warning is that if you are prepared for zombies, you’ll probably be able to survive a national disaster.

The government recommends that you have an evacuation plan in place, a change of clothes, water, medications and flashlights.

This isn’t the first time the government has warned citizens about the zombie apocalypse. In May 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a post urging people to prepare.

At that time, the following supplies were recommended:

  • Water (1 gallon per person per day)
  • Food (stock up on non-perishable items that you eat regularly)
  • Medications (this includes prescription and non-prescription meds)
  • Tools and Supplies (utility knife, duct tape, battery powered radio, etc.)
  • Sanitation and Hygiene (household bleach, soap, towels, etc.)
  • Clothing and Bedding (a change of clothes for each family member and blankets)
  • Important documents (copies of your driver’s license, passport, and birth certificate to name a few)
  • First Aid supplies (although you’re a goner if a zombie bites you, you can use these supplies to treat basic cuts and lacerations that you might get during a tornado or hurricane)

Earlier this year, following Rudy Eugene’s cannibalistic attack in Miami, the CDC denied the existence of zombies.

Agency spokesman David Daigle wrote in an email to the Huffington Post: “CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms).”

CNN Grills Wasserman Schultz, DNC

It’s not every day that the MSM comes down hard on the Democratic Party. But on Wednesday, following the floor vote to put God and Jerusalem back in the party’s platform, CNN didn’t pull any punches. Kudos to Anderson Cooper and company.

During an interview, CNN’s Brianna Keilar put Democratic National Committee Chairwoman and U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) in the hot seat. Keilar strung together a series of tough questions. First, Keilar asked Wasserman Schultz, a Jew, if the omission of Jerusalem was disconcerting. Then, Keilar asked if the omission of God was a “technical oversight as well.” Furthermore, Keilar questioned if such a thing could just be overlooked. Keilar also pointed out that it was clear that the floor vote to amendment the platform was not two-thirds.

After the interview, CNN’s panel continued their criticism of Wasserman Schultz and the Democratic National Convention. Cooper said Wasserman Schultz is living in an “alternate universe.”

Among the best one liners of the panel:

“Evidently she was so upset that God and Jerusalem were left out of the platform that it curled her hair.”

“God and Jerusalem were booed on the floor of the Democratic convention today.”

“Did she ever get away with ‘The dog ate my homework.’?”

“I think it was handled badly from beginning to end. Now we’re going to pay a price for it as Democrats. …We need the big dog (Bill Clinton).”

Wasserman Shultz also told ABC that “There was no fight,” within the party over the platform.

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Obama Says He Made ‘The Point,’ With ‘You Didn’t Build That’

In a recent interview with Virginia’s NBC 12, President Barack Obama said he “regrets” his “syntax,” but not the point he made when he told business owners, “You didn’t build that.” The President claims that it is easy to determine what he meant.

Republicans have used Obama’s Roanoke, Va., speech as a battle cry, claiming that Democrats do not understand small business and its role in the economy.

In July, Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney responded to Obama’s comment:

To say that Steve Jobs didn’t build Apple, that Henry Ford didn’t build Ford Motor, that Papa John didn’t build Papa John Pizza, that Ray Crock didn’t build McDonalds, that Bill Gates didn’t build Microsoft, you go down the list, that Joe and his colleagues didn’t build this enterprise, to say something like that is not just foolishness, it’s insulting to every entrepreneur, every innovator in America. It’s wrong.

In the most recent interview, Obama was asked point-blank about the controversy and its effect on the campaign. He responded by saying that he made the point he wanted to make. That is, in order for businesses to be successful, “we all have to invest in schools, and roads, and bridges.” He went on to explain that “You didn’t build that,” essentially meant, “You didn’t start the road project.”

He added that there is “a tendency for the other side to shade the truth a little bit.”

When the interviewer pointed out that some business owners did read the whole speech and doing so made them even more upset, Obama noted that such people would probably be Republicans listening to “Republican talking points.”

We All Belong To The Government?

The Democratic National Convention kicked off with a video meant to unite all Americans. The production claims that “Government is the only thing we all belong to.”

The Mitt Romney campaign seized the opportunity and tweeted, “We don’t belong to government, government belongs to us.”

Despite the video playing at the DNC, the Barack Obama-Joe Biden campaign quickly pointed out that the video was not produced by the DNC, but rather the host committee.

“The video in question was produced and paid for by the host committee of the city of Charlotte. It’s neither an OFA nor a DNC video, despite what the Romney campaign is claiming,” said the Obama campaign.

Dan Murrey, executive director of the host committee, backed up the DNC’s claim:

The “Welcome to Charlotte” video was solely produced and paid for by the Host Committee’s New American City Fund, which promotes the city of Charlotte and welcomes our guests. The intent of this video was to tell the story of this region and it is completely unaffiliated with the Obama campaign or the Democratic National Committee.

 
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Democrats Snub God, Reconsider

Barack Obama’s name is found more than 200 times in the Democrats’ 40-page platform. Mitt Romney even makes an appearance. But one name was missing in the original platform presented to delegates: God.

In 2008, the platform read:

We need a government that stands up for the hopes, values, and interests of working people, and gives everyone willing to work hard the chance to make the most of their God-given potential.

This year, the platform excluded the reference to God.

Also omitted were references to Jerusalem.

In 2008, the document read: “Jerusalem is and will remain the capital of Israel. The parties have agreed that Jerusalem is a matter for final status negotiations. It should remain an undivided city accessible to people of all faiths.”

Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) refused to address the issue in an interview on Fox News, saying: “God is not a franchise of the Republican Party.”

According to CNN, a Democratic official suggested that the omission of God is “about the growing middle class.”

In response to criticism, delegates voted on Wednesday on an altered version of the platform. CNN reported:

In an unscripted moment, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa asks crowd to affirm the suspension/adoption of the party’s platform–it took three voice votes to affirm. Though the final voice vote was taken as approval for adoption of the altered party language, it was unclear if a majority of delegates were in agreement

In 2004, the Democrats’ platform mentioned God seven times.

Republicans mentioned God 10 times in their official 2012 document.


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TSA At Republican, Democratic Conventions

The Transportation Security Administration screened those at the Republican National Convention as well as the Democratic National Convention. Some people are asking this question: What do the conventions have to do with transportation?

At least 55 TSA agents will be working the DNC in Charlotte, N.C., screening at Time Warner Cable Arena, the Convention Center and Bank of America, the three sites of the convention. The agency has also stepped up screening at the Charlotte Douglas Airport with an additional 161 screeners.

In Tampa, Fla., last week, the personal belongings of those attending the RNC were examined with an X-ray screener.

“This illustrates how the TSA’s presence at public events which have nothing to do with transportation is becoming normalized as the federal agency’s bloated budget greases the skids for thousands upon thousands of unannounced checkpoints across the country,” wrote Paul Joseph Watson.

The TSA was also present at a Paul Ryan event in Florida.

92-Year-Old Shoots Burglar, Police Seize Weapon Used

A 92-year-old World War II veteran is upset with deputies for how they treated him after he shot an intruder. Upon their arrival, the police told the shooter, Earl Jones, to lift his hands and they took his rifle.

According to Jones, three men broke into his rural Kentucky home in Boone County. When Jones heard them in his basement at about 2 a.m. Monday, he grabbed his .22 caliber rifle and sat in a chair, waiting on the burglars.

When the door opened, Jones fired a shot, killing Lloyd Maxwell, 24. Two robbers with Maxwell, Ryan Dalton and Donnie Inabnit, were apprehended and charged with second degree burglary.

“I was hoping another one would come up; I aimed right for his heart,” said Jones. “I didn’t go to war for nothing. I have the right to carry a gun. That’s what I told the police this morning.”

Jones believes the rifle used in the shooting should not have been taken by police.

“How am I going to protect myself if they come back looking for revenge?” he asked. “It was simple. That man was going to take my life. He was hunting me. I was protecting myself.”

Church Sign Violates County Rule

The Church of the Good Shepherd in Vienna, Va., is being corralled by Fairfax County because of its sign. The church’s LED sign changed more than twice during a 24-hour period, a violation of county code.

One of the offending messages was an invitation for citizens to sit in air-conditioning after a storm knocked out power to many homes.

“Welcome, come on in and beat the heat,” the sign read.

The next message read, “Visit us at goodshpherdva.com.”

Had the church stopped with two messages, it would have been fine. But when a third message appeared within a 24-hour period advertising a prayer group, the church was told it would have to comply by county code or remove the sign.

The church believes it should have the freedom to post multiple messages a day, such as emergency information important to the community. It thinks that a person who angrily complained about “that Las Vegas sign” influenced the county.

The Church of the Good Shepherd views the county’s rule as an infringement on its freedom of speech and has hired an attorney.

Mothers Who Have Had Abortions At Higher Risk For Preterm Labor

Previous studies have shown that a mother who chooses to have an abortion puts her own health at risk. Now a study out of Finland shows that she puts other people at risk as well: her future children.

The researchers found that women who had multiple previous abortions were more likely to give birth before 28 weeks. That’s almost three months early.

“In terms of public health and practical implications, health education should contain information of the potential health hazards of repeat induced abortions, including very preterm birth and low birthweight in subsequent pregnancies,” said co-author of the study, Reija Klemetti, Ph.D., of the National Institute for Health and Welfare in Helsinki.

Relax, Eat Chocolate To Prevent Stroke

Two new studies have been released which may help you keep from having a stroke.

First, researchers in Madrid believe that type-A personalities are more likely to have a stroke. High-strung people experience more stress and, therefore, are more likely to experience a stroke.

“This study is useful and valuable because it shows us that there is an association between stress, type A personalities and stroke risk,” said Dr. Deepak Bhatt, director of the integrated cardiovascular intervention program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. “Stress can elevate blood pressure, and high blood pressure is a major risk factor for stroke.”

Second, researchers in Stockholm suggest that eating moderate amounts of chocolate could stave off a stroke. The study found that those who ate the most chocolate had a 17 percent lower risk of stroke.

“These findings suggest that moderate chocolate consumption may lower the risk of stroke,” said co-author Susanna Larsson. “Because chocolate is high in sugar, saturated fat and calories, it should be consumed in moderation.”

So, if you want to lower your chances of having a stroke, chill out and enjoy some chocolate.

NYC Schools Soften Discipline Code

Smoking, cursing and cutting class will no longer result in suspension for students in New York City. Schools in the city are softening the discipline code.

Those who defend the new policy say that students cannot learn if they are not in school.

“Our goal is to make sure the schools are providing a safe environment for our students, but also we just don’t push students out of the classroom where they’re not learning as well,” said Chancellor Dennis Walcott.

Walcott suggested that counseling may be a better option.

“Well, I’m still extremely tough when it comes to disruptive students, but our goal is also to make sure if counseling is appropriate we put counseling in place for them and not just suspend. We will do suspensions when merited,” he said.

But some disagree with the new policy, including 14-year-old Brandon Aviles, whose friends have been suspended: “It teaches them a lesson and tells them not to do it again.”

California Passes Bill To Ban Therapy For Gays

A therapy intended to turn homosexuals and bisexuals into heterosexuals will not be allowed after a bill was passed by California’s Democrat-controlled Assembly on Tuesday. The bill, which prohibits children from undergoing conversion therapy, passed with a 51-21 vote. Gay-rights advocates who believe a person is born homosexual consider the passing of the bill a landmark victory.

Democrat Richardo Lara, an openly gay legislator, believes that “sissy boys” should be protected from such intervention.

“One of our number one priorities in this house is to protect the next generation of Californians,” said the legislator in a speech prior to the vote.

“And some of those are sissy boys. And some of those sissy boys grow up to be Assembly members. And some of those sissy boys need help. And we are here to stand with those sissy boys.”

John Perez, an openly gay speaker of California’s lower house, called the therapy a “dehumanizing activity.”

Those who voted against the bill believe that the bill imposes on personal liberty. They say that each individual should get to choose whether or not they get the therapy.

Abortion Survivor Attacks Obama

Pro-life advocates The Susan B. Anthony List are ready to begin a TV ad campaign that criticizes President Barack Obama’s stance on abortion. The first ad features Melissa Ohden, a woman who was born alive despite an attempt to abort her.

“Many children, more than you might think, actually survive failed abortions and are born alive. I know because I’m one of them,” says Ohden in the ad.

“When he was in the Illinois state Senate, Barack Obama voted to deny basic constitutional protections for babies born alive from an abortion — not once, but four times. Is this the kind of leadership that will move us forward, that will discard the weakest among us?” she asks.

As a Senator, Obama spoke against the Born Alive Infants Protection Act. Obama thought it would be OK to let infants die if they survived an abortion. Read more of the details here, here, here and here.

In 2001, Obama said:

Whenever we define a pre-viable fetus as a person that is protected by the Equal Protection Clause or other elements of the Constitution, what we’re really saying is, in fact, that they are persons that are entitled to the kinds of protections that would be provided to a — a child, a 9-month-old — child that was delivered to term.

That determination then, essentially, if it was accepted by a court, would forbid abortions to take place. I mean, it – it would essentially bar abortions, because the Equal Protection Clause does not allow somebody to kill a child, and if this is a child, then this would be an anti-abortion statute. For that purpose, I think it would probably be found unconstitutional.

 

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‘Tolerant’ Liberals Tweet Hateful Messages

Hurricane Isaac interfered with the Republican National Convention and resulted in a storm of tweets from liberals. Entertainers from “tolerant” Hollywood unleashed hateful messages aimed at those in Tampa, Fla., the site of the RNC.

Actress Ellen Barkin retweeted a message from one of her followers saying: “C’mon #Isaac! Wash every pro-life, anti-education, anti-woman, xenophobic, gay-bashing, racist SOB right into the ocean! #RNC.”

Samuel L. Jackson also got in on the action, tweeting that it was unfair that Hurricane Isaac missed the Republican convention, saying he didn’t understand God’s plan. Later, he apologized to God, Tampa, the GOP and Hurricane Isaac.

Cher did her own bashing, tweeting that it would be suiting if Representative Todd Akin got raped by a man with AIDS.

“…let Aiken get raped by man with HIV/AIDS.Nothing will happen, right?Body shuts down as defense mechanism Idiots,” she tweeted.

Obama Sneezes, Blames Republicans

President Barack Obama has become notorious for playing the blame game. Whatever goes wrong, it’s somebody else’s fault. Now, one more thing can be added to the list: sneezing.

In a recent stop in Colorado, Obama had a tickly nose while defending his healthcare plan. You could tell that the President was trying to hold off sneezing. But eventually, he let it go.

After the sneeze, Obama said: “See, it gives me a cold just thinking about what they might do.”

 

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The following are headlines that have appeared in various publications since Obama ran for President in 2008.

  • Obama Blames Arab Spring and Japan’s Earthquake on Struggling Economy and Job Situation (Aug. 5, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Messy Democracy for His Failed Policies (Aug. 3, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Congress for US Debt Mess (June 29, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Republicans for Slow Pace on Immigration Reform (July 25, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Media for Lack of Compromise in Washington (July 22, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Technology for Struggling Economy (June 14, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Oil Spectators for High Oil Prices (April 19, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Reagan for America’s Out of Control Debt and Spending (April 13, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Bush and Congress for Lack of Fiscal Discipline (April 13, 2011).
  • Obama Blames Bush-Congress for Putting Off Tough Decisions (Aug. 17, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Tax Cuts, Deficits (June 30, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Deficits (June 8, 2010).
  • Obama Blames GOP for Events that Led to Gulf Oil Spill (June 3, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Republicans for America Not Being Able to Solve Problems (June 3, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Corporations for Everybody’s Problems (June 3, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Overall Standing of American Economy (April 19, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Bush, Congress for Deficits (Feb. 1, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Regulatory Policies (Jan. 17, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Overall Standing of Economy and American Standing (April 19, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Bush and Congress for Deficits (Feb. 1, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Regulatory Policies (Jan. 17, 2010).
  • Obama Blames Wall Street Fat Cats for Economic Disaster (Dec. 13, 2009).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Overall Economy (Sept. 27, 2009).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Stifling Unions (Sept. 7, 2009).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Prescription Drug Bill (Aug. 11, 2009).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Jobs (July 22, 2009).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Failure to Recognize Europe’s Leading Role in the World (April 3, 2009).
  • Obama Blames Bush for Deficits (Feb. 23, 2009).
  • Candidate Obama Blames Fox News for his Elitist Label (October 2008).
  • Candidate Obama Blames Fox News for Likely Loss in Kentucky Primary (May 2008).
  • Candidate Obama Blames Washington for High Gas Prices (April 25, 2008).