Saturday, June 19, 2010

The Worst Kind Of 'Dreary And Familiar Politics'

You just can't make this stuff up.

Obama Puts Business And Workers Out Of Work And Then Blames Republicans

Women, children and minorities hit hardest!

President Barack Obama on Saturday pinned blame on Republicans for making life harder for the unemployed and for those who could lose their jobs without new federal intervention. He did so even as he sought to distance himself from the "dreary and familiar politics" of Washington.

I worked in what Obama calls the "dreary and familiar politics" of Washington. It was an exciting job and an even more exciting time of change. If Obama can't handle it maybe he should just pack up the wife and kids and get the Hell out. Oh wait, that would leave us with O'Biden the Comic and Mummy Pelosi. We are so screwed.

The Teleprompter, Miffed, Didn't Like The Speech Either

This week, President Obama delivered what has been declared by commentators on the left and right one of the worst Oval Office addresses in presidential history. How ironic that Obama’s worst rhetorical hour came in the very same week we celebrate the 70th anniversary of perhaps the greatest speech ever delivered in the English language: Winston Churchill’s “Finest Hour” address.