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.
Washington, D.C. is a cesspool of corruption. The fact that Congressman Ron Paul has spent 22 years in Congress, including the last 15, and not been infected by the corruption is what sets him apart from most other politicians. Sadly, it seems his son Rand did not inherit his father’s fortitude.
C-SPAN should simply change its programming lineup to better suit the decadent nature of a Nation in decline. This would likely be a great way to get more brain-dead Americans to tune in to the network, and it may even get more youngsters interested in how government works.
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.
The clouds of a Mideast war are growing darker by the day. The United States is using al-Qaida-aligned terrorists to overthrow the Bashar Assad regime just as it did to overthrow Moammar Gadhafi in Libya. Meanwhile, the drumbeat for an attack on Iran grows louder and stronger.
Had I been present in the Rose Garden when President Barack Obama issued his royal proclamation decreeing essential amnesty to 1.4 million illegal aliens, I would not have interrupted “his majesty” the way The Daily Caller’s Neil Munro did on Friday.
Barack Obama’s mentor, Frank Marshal Davis, wrote a pornographic novel in which he describes group sex encounters and sex he and his wife had with a 13-year-old girl named Anne. Could that girl “Anne” have been Stanley Ann Dunham?
In 2008, Presidential candidate Barack Obama boasted of hope and change. Progressive liberals were convinced their savior had arrived. With Obama in office, there would be no reason to worry. The “Magic Negro” represented peace of mind in otherwise turbulent times.
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.
I have always been intrigued by the Battle of Bull Run, the opening battle of the U.S. Civil War, known to Southerners as the War of Northern Aggression. Extreme hubris characterized both sides: the North before the battle and the South afterward.