Obama doesn’t know how to be president. He doesn’t know how the world works. He’s incompetent. He’s an amateur!” -- Bill Clinton
Barack Obama reportedly made a deal with Bill and HIllary Clinton. The Clintons would back Obama and then Obama would support Hillary in 2016. You can't trust Obama or the Clintons, and now it seems that Obama is backing out of the deal. But as the article points out, does Hillary really want Obama's support now?
We live in a world that has lost touch with the very idea of
hard choices. That even in the richest and most prosperous country in
the world, you still have to choose one or the other. That you can't
have you cake and eat it too.
... I'm a bit of a neocon,'... "I like the idea of America as the world’s
police force, and then we don’t have to do it."
"When we first started in 1967," Townshend elaborated, "a lot of our
buddies were acid-heads who were trying to escape the draft. I felt
denied the right in a sense to have a role in the future of the world as
a soldier, as a mover, a shaker.
... an American ambassador lost his life because the United States
government could not afford security, but our government can afford to
pay the leftists at The Muppets Studio extraordinary sums of money ... (Mustang, The War On Birds)
“exact revenge and let the world know that the United States will not be
attacked on its own soil. That its ambassadors will not be murdered,
and that the United States will not stand by and do nothing about it.” (Lara Logan, Reporter, keynoter at Tuesday’s Better Government Association annual luncheon )
What Roberts did shouldn't be that much of a surprise, because it's what Republicans have been doing for ages. Liberals enact or propose a drastic expansion of government. Republicans modify it to a compromise solution. A version that isn't quite as awful. The ball goes further left. -- Daniel Greenfield
The above quote is taken from Sultan Knish's Friday Roundup on US and world events, Steal Their Thunder. Read it all here.
CNN's John King on Tuesday asked former Vice President Dick Cheney if one of the motivating factors behind writing his recent book was out of a fear that his "days could be numbered."
As only Cheney can, he dryly replied, "I was very much aware that my days are numbered. So are yours"
You've got to love Dick Cheney, his dry wit and ability to smile while delivering a witty comeback to his enemies. NewsBusters has the video, transcript and commentary here. One quote:
"It strikes one as a bit ghoulish and intentionally appealing to the part of CNN's audience so hateful of the former Vice President that they get joy from his illness and the thought of his demise."
Yes, but that is the audience that CNN has. The same folks who have no problem with anything they say about a Republican or Conservative, but call for civility from those same people. Good for Cheney.
The truth is all our days are numbered and only God knows how many days each of us have remaining. None of us know when our time will be up, thus the importance of making every minute count. If there are things you want to do, don't put them off, because there may not be a next year. The same goes for the people you love.
Cheney has a great sense of humor and a fantastic ability to turn the tables. Go Cheney Go.
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