23 June 2009

Obama: I am inspired by Perez Hilton's tirade against will.i.am...

...I need to find something to get my mojo working again...

So, our dear leader, the leader of the free world wants to side with caution instead of using the example he provided for us, in the fly-swatting incident. He issues a meely-mouthed statement about Iran on his way out for ice cream and is seeing potential roadblocks on his much publicized health care reform bill. Instead of issuing a stronger statement about Iran and calling on the Democratic Congressional leadership to be more bipartisan, he resorts to one of his old tricks...a speech, as if that will make all of the world's problems dissipate. Hell, the White House is already claiming that Obama's "Cairo Speech" inspired the uprising in Iran.

"We're trying to promote a foreign policy that advances our interests, not that makes us feel good about ourselves," said a senior administration official who, like others, declined to be identified, citing the sensitivity of the issue.

Obama's approach to Iran, including his assertion that the unrest there represents a debate among Iranians unrelated to the United States, is an acknowledgment that a U.S. president's words have a limited ability to alter foreign events in real time and could do more harm than good. But privately Obama advisers are crediting his Cairo speech for inspiring the protesters, especially the young ones, who are now posing the most direct challenge to the republic's Islamic authority in its 30-year history.

The Princess is hoping that by diverting attention away from his ineptitude on Iran, that he will regain the momentum to pass his disastrous policies. This past weekend, I was honored to watch an interview moderated by Mess-NBC's Alex Witt with Chris Kofinis and Brad Blakeman, where Witt tried to shame Blakeman by touting the CBS/NYT poll, which claimed that 72% of the electorate favored government-run healthcare. Even your friend, Dr. Asten, found this too good to be true, but just couldn't prove it. I know that my fellow Amuricans would like to pay less taxes, something the Princess promised to "95% of working families," so I found it hard to believe that a majority would want to see their taxes increase to pay for government-run healthcare. Soon after that, the lid was blown off the poll entirely, so I felt a little better.

This brings to mind one of the panel discussions on Fox News Sunday, where they discussed the favorable treatment Obamessiah has received since taking office. Chris Wallace produced a poll, which said that Obamessiah has received about 44% more favorable coverage, compared to former President Bush, who received 22%. Though there should be no debate as to whether the media wants President Neophyte to succeed, there is apparently, an expiration date on covering for his ineptness, and allowing him to continue to "blame Bush."

On the one hand, it's reassuring to see people having buyer's remorse about supporting a guy who couldn't manage his way out of a one-way street, on the other, it's disheartening that we must endure Obama's single-handed destruction of Amurica before we can recover. From the outset, opponents of Porkulus warned that it would not stem the tide of the recession, and so far it hasn't. Opponents of Obamacare see this plan being just as effective as the DMV...on a good day. By portraying opponents as "people who would rather do nothing," Obama seeks to force this crappola down our throats, and ABC's informercial will be one of the ways he will do it.

Someone tell the president that in THIS job, he can't vote "present..."

Have a great day...

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