The Presidential debate Wednesday night showed once again that neither of the rubes at the top the Presidential ticket understands the Constitution. I would suggest both should go back and read the document for the 17 enumerated powers, but I’m sure neither would get it.
As you read my musings today, keep in mind my deadline was Wednesday morning. So, I’ll guess instead. After all, if I’m miles off the mark, I can just do what Obama does and claim my perspective has “evolved.”
Barack Obama is having a “Mission Accomplished” moment. In August, the President went to Fort Bliss, Texas, on “an official trip marking the two-year anniversary of the end of the U.S. combat mission in Iraq.” But according to The New York Times, U.S. troops may be headed back.
Barack Obama is going to be the first President since Herbert Hoover to lose an election via what amounts to a nullification vote. Millions of Americans who lack confidence in Romney will vote for him anyway, simply because he isn’t Obama.
A writer’s greatest disappointments are readers who have knee-jerk responses. The majority of readers are happy when a writer tells them what they want to hear and are unhappy when he writes what they don’t want to hear.
Earlier this week, President Barack Obama dropped by the set of Barbara Walters’ henhouse cluckfest “The View.” During his sit-down with the gals, Obama once again blamed the catastrophic violence overtaking the Mideast on the so-called “movie” “Innocence of Muslims.”
Finally, after 11 long and bloody years, it appears as if the war hawks are growing weary of the perpetual war. Even Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) said last week: “I think all options ought to be considered.”
While President Barack Obama and his corporate media minions have tried desperately to dodge the heat they deserve for the Pandora’s box of ills currently dominating the headlines, one of Obama’s lowlights has surfaced; and it literally defines Obama then and Obama now.
The free exchange of information on the Internet has eliminated Big Brother’s ability to control the message. This makes elites walking the halls of power uneasy. That’s why efforts by government to regulate and censor the Internet won’t die.
The violence abroad — in concert with rapidly declining American prestige — belies the Democrat/media narrative that President Barack Obama has ever demonstrated any more skill in the foreign arena than he clearly lacks on the domestic front.