Outside the Asylum
President Barack Obama’s chief sock puppet Jay Carney awkwardly attempted to portray the Operation Fast and Furious scandal as a “fishing expedition.” Carney lied, feigned ignorance, sneered, whined and mocked Americans who want answers about Obama’s gift of weapons to Mexican narcoterrorists.
Recently, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg infamously burst forth from Gracie Mansion to deliver a new set of culinary commandments to the citizens of the Big Apple. Unfortunately, this sort of nanny-statism is spreading.
Here I was, operating under the assumption that despite his faults, President Barack Obama is the coolest cat ever to strut through the hallowed halls of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. As it turns out, not only is Obama not cool, but I am a racist for thinking so.
Late last week before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Attorney General Eric Holder stuck to his guns when confronted with a mountain of evidence proving almost everyone in the Department of Justice knew about Operation Fast and Furious.
Earlier this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin enjoyed some downtime in Beijing. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad also made the trip. The neighborhood drunk visited with the neighborhood psycho at the neighborhood bully’s house — what could possibly go wrong?
A former Alabama Congressman walked off the Democrats’ plantation last week, and former President Bill Clinton suggested that Mitt Romney had been a successful governor and his work at Bain shouldn’t be criticized. If the king rat and other notables have set foot on the plank; can the rest of the horde be far behind?
President Barack Obama’s campaign seems as organized as a hippie music festival about an hour after the bad acid begins circulating. Look at the rhetoric spewing forth from the campaign and note that panic appears to be growing with each tremulous step toward November.
Mitt Romney isn’t a bad guy; he’s just not my guy. I view Romney in much the same way I viewed 2008 GOP nominee Senator John McCain. Like the “maverick,” Romney strikes me as a placeholder. He’s someone who can believably fill the role of nominee without scaring too many people.
Let’s offer our gratitude to Hunter Rogers. Rogers is a regular kid living a regular life — at least, he was. Then, he ran into an intellectual roadblock: a teachers’ union thug posing as an educator. Last week, he recorded a “teachable moment” and posted it on YouTube.
Last week, an analysis by economist John Lott that appeared in the National Review (and went unremarked upon by the corporate media) revealed that Barack Obama’s 2009 bailout of the auto industry is likely one of the greatest boondoggles of the modern age.