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Posted on 06/13/2010 8:48:37 AM PDT by PROCON
Newsweek's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday worked overtime trying to defend Barack Obama's pathetic response to the Gulf Coast oil spill while chastising his colleagues in the media for having the nerve to criticize the president.
In the opening segment of his "Fareed Zakaria GPS" aired on CNN, Zakaria asked, "Have we all gone crazy?"
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The MSM need to start kicking Zer0’s butt.
Fareed Zakaria is one of the reasons Newsweek is going bankrupt.
When I see Barry and his staff on the coast carrying mops ....
Evidently Carvile goes crazy on the stupid Fareed!
there once was a Tony from Hayward
Whose oil slick drifted too wayward
‘At the bottom’ he’d share
We’ll plug it with hair!
Now he’s in Bedlam, in the Day-ward
I missed this ass kissing tone when Bush was President.
It is disgraceful that a major media outlet in this country would give someone like Fareed Zacaria such a prominent a platform to spout his hatred of America and Israel.
While Fareed is busy spooning with his American-Idol Prez, I’m curious to know what his position was, if any, to Bush’s involvement w/ Katrina.
That is hilarious.
[Found before a crumbling statue of one-term Emperor-by-Trick Barack Hussein Obama
in a glass-filled oil-rimmed desert, now comprising what was once known as the America]
"We first heard of an undocumented man named Obama ,
Who denied all the confusion with a Kenyan and Osama.
At every turn, he worked to have our country defeated,
With every enemy, he conspired to have us deleted,
Sneered he, 'If death panels aint nuff, dispersants will poison ya'."
No, that's just you, Zakaria.
Zakaria is the author of From Wealth to Power: The Unusual Origins of America's World Role (Princeton, 1998)
The Post-American World (2008)
Zakaria was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India to a Konkani Muslim family
He supported Barack Obama during the 2008 Democratic primary campaign and also for president. In January 2009 Forbes referred to Zakaria as one of the 25 most influential liberals in the American media
More recently, Zakaria has also criticized the "fear-based" policies employed not only in combating terrorism, but also in framing immigration laws and pursuing trade, and has argued instead for an open and confident United States
Palin Is Ready? Please.
by Fareed Zakaria
September 27, 2008
Will someone please put Sarah Palin out of her agony? Is it too much to ask that she come to realize that she wants, in that wonderful phrase in American politics, "to spend more time with her family"?
Can we now admit the obvious? Sarah Palin is utterly unqualified to be vice president. She is a feisty, charismatic politician who has done some good things in Alaska. But she has never spent a day thinking about any important national or international issue, and this is a hell of a time to start.
He has a Michelle Obama look about him.