The answer, of course, is lots of people, Hillary Clinton included.
Hillary Clinton is sane? Who knew? lol
Its seems like Obama gets a free pass for most of his messes, and he has a lot of them going now.
Nothing is his fault.
He heard about it on the news and is mad as hell about it.
The correct question should be "Who in their right mind would vote for someone with zero leadership ability and a foreign world view to be President of the US?"
Never has the USA been besieged with Christian Prohibitions....initiated under this Administration....Cover your crosses, don't say Jesus....
But some ah can go to the Rose Garden and send greetings to allah? ?????????
The yapping Yorkie just caught the semi-truck. Who’s next!
Barack’s chickens are coming home to roost.
When you make decisions against the interests of your country consistently, why would anyone expect anything other than negative consequences?
Obama will have a wonderful legacy. Here’s how it works: The next POTUS will be a Republican and 8 months into his Presidency a nuclear bomb will be set off by terrorists in a major US city, and when it happens, the Republican POTUS will be reading to school kids and liberals will trash him for doing so and say the nuclear bomb went off because of his policies while Obama will be touted as “one of the greatest Presidents”.
This is the kind of stuff they wrote toward the end of Jimmy Carter’s presidency to deflect from his incompetence. They stopped after Reagan. Now they’re back to deflect for Obama.
After weeks of laughing that the TEA party was dead, suddenly one major loss is a ‘thunderbolt’ that has everyone quaking in their boots...
what a bunch of pussies
If “O” was IN his office, he’d have to W O R K!
Can’t be doin’ that!
There is madness all around.
IMHO, soebarkah is an islamist who feels everything is proceeding just fine.
November 21, 2010
Luce declared the world would react with deep horror, I think, but also some amusement, to a presidential bid by Sarah Palin and charged Republican opposition to START shows there’s a greater hatred of Obama than there is a love of American national security.
From Luce’s page 4 October 24, 2008 article, “McCain’s troubles highlight party rift”:
The more trouble John McCain’s campaign encounters, the more it highlights the cultural divide between the “real America” the Republican candidate says he represents and the Washington “cocktail party circuit” that largely disdains it.
That circuit is swelling with disaffected Republicans. Some complain about Mr McCain’s selection of Sarah Palin, whose appeal to “Joe Six-Pack” may have been dented by revelations this week that she has spent more than $150,000 (117,000, £93,000) of other people’s money on her wardrobe. Others are upset at the negative tone of the campaign.
“Obama art is not for mere mortals” reads the headline to Financial Times reporter Edward Luce’s August 26 Denver Diary item. Luce described a shrine fit for pilgrimage by the likes of Chris Matthews or Lee Cowan, the so-called Manifest Hope gallery in Denver.:
“Three prominent Republicans declare their support for Obama” insisted the August 13 Financial Times front page headline. But who are these “prominent” GOPers that have gone Obamacan? Staffer Edward Luce pointed to two left-of-center Republicans ousted in the 2006 mid-terms and one Rita Hauser, who is no stranger to supporting Democrats for president:
More Hatred of Obama than Love of America
"If you picked two countries that would like to see a failure of ratification, it would be North Korea and Iran. And I think if that argument doesn't work with the Republicans, that sort of basic elemental national security argument doesn't work, nothing is. There's a greater hatred of Obama than there is a love of American national security."
- Financial Times Washington Bureau Chief Ed Luce, November 21 This Week on ABC, referring to the START treaty.
When has he EVER taken the blame for anything?
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The US Supreme Court lives up to its reputation as the judiciary of the 1 per cent . The decision to scrap campaign ceilings is shameful.