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Sunday, May 31, 2009

President Obama Capatilizes on Abortionist's Murder

George Tiller gets killed by a murderer. It happens that Tiller was also an abortion doctor who focused on children just before birth. Late-term abortions -- very controversial even among the most ardent of pro-choice believers -- are what Tiller did best.

President Obama recognized that this will given him an added edge promoting his own prochoice beliefs through the press. While he no doubt realizes the murder is wrong on every level, this will help him look on the ball regarding his Supreme Court choice. Strangely helpful timing.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Predictable Sonia Sotomayor is Obama's Supreme Court nominee

No surprise here. President Obama stuck to his promise to choose a justice based less on legal prowess, and more on empathy. She's no legal hack, but she also will appeal voters interested in gender and racial issues. As a woman and a Latina, she is one-stop shopping for the diversification crowd.

The media appeal is fantastic. Few people know anything about her, and the usual choosing of a justice based on abortion views is still at play. Obama, naturally, was unwilling to choose a prolife justice, and likewise, was only willing to choose a prochoice one. Here, he gets everything he wants.

Will she be confirmed?

Sonia Sotomayor is Obama's Supreme Court nominee

Friday, May 22, 2009

President Bush Screws Up Robert Gates' Name

As reported in the conservative website, the Huffington Post, President Bush found himself apologizing for his mistaking Robert Gates for Bill 'Water' Gates. Rush Limbaugh chuckled uneasily, not sure if that warmth running down his leg was a thrill or something else.

The liberal rags, from FOX News to the Red State Guns Gazette, all declined the opportunity to castigate a sitting president on such trivialities. If President Bush were standing when he said this, all bets would be off, and snark season would begin.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

President Obama Allows Personal Bias To Influence Supreme Court Choice

Daring to do what George W Bush dared do, Barack Obama is allowing his personal feelings influence his decision in his Supreme Court choice.

Will Obama's choice be led by the so-called heart, or by legal objectivity?

"I view that quality of empathy, of understanding and identifying with people's hopes and struggles, as an essential ingredient for arriving at just decisions and outcomes," Obama has said.

Obama's court search influenced by his own life

Friday, May 8, 2009

Obama's 9-11 Reenact Floods Money Into Economy

People are upset about the flyby. Not noted until now was that a third of a million bucks were redirected from taxpayers into the economy. Deftly securing an opportunity to do his part to boost cash flow in the United States, and put his military people to work (with the Middle East conflicts and Iraqi War resolved, we have too many soldiers goofing off).

Showing off the latest of planes, the newly elected president sent a message to the terrorists of the world, "We can fly around New York better than you can. See, we didn't hit any buildings. You idiots hit two."

Way to go President Obama!

Presidential plane's photo op over New York cost as much as $357000
Presidential plane's photo op over New York cost as much as $357,000
Defense Secretary Robert Gates today apologized for the incident in a letter posted on Sen. John McCain's website.
By Michael Muskal
11:22 AM PDT, May 8, 2009
A publicity stunt that terrified many New Yorkers still leery of another terror attack involving low-flying aircraft cost as much as $357,000 in taxpayer funds to stage over Manhattan, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said today.

The flyby by a plane used as Air Force One and two other Air Force craft shocked commuters in Manhattan and New Jersey and was condemned by furious city and state officials.

In a letter released today, Gates apologized for the incident. The letter was posted on the Senate website of John McCain, the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee. McCain has called the incident an "Air Farce One photo op." Gates in his letter said the cost of a jumbo jet that is used as the president's plane was estimated between $300,658 and $328,835. The cost of two accompanying F-16 jets was $28,177 for a maximum total of $357,012.