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The Obama Morning News || October 30, 2012

Obama, Romney put politics on hold . . . Fox News
GOP turns fire on Obama’s auto bailout . . . New York Times
Hurricane Blows Obama scandal coverage away . . .The Daily Caller
Christie praises Obama hurricane response . . . Politico
Spending on White House dinners soars . . . Washington Examiner
The new race baiting from the left . . . Carl Cannon
Pennsylvania and Minnesota are really in play . . . Ace of Spades 

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5 Responses to The Obama Morning News || October 30, 2012

  1. The Obama Orgies – $1M State dinner for Mexico’s Calderon. $4800/guest. Beyonce star attraction. Whoopi Goldberg – guest.
    Prior to Obamas, the most expensive State dinner was $190K.

    Sorry to be so blunt, but this outlandish spending is germane to a certain Black culture. Obama is no different from JayZ and the $300 bottle champagne pyramid. Except JayZ paid for it with his own $$$.

    The Obamas are on a non-stop ‘flash mob spree’ except it’s with our hard-earned taxpayer $$$. We can’t afford another 4 years of ‘smash ‘n grab’!

    • Girly – Agreed, it’s tacky and over-the-top needless spending. The more intriguing question and don’t ever expect a real answer, they are far and few between: What is the WH budget? To me, there doesn’t seem to be one at all – not for the WH nor is there a functional viable budget to run the country either.

      Only the unelected have to live in the real world with real budgets and real decisions on spending vs debt.

  2. Props to Gov. Christie for being a man of true character and style. Even as blunt spoken as he is, he still gives credit where due. Even if Obama’s only reason for being so on top of things was to appear “Presidential,” he finally did what we pay him to do, and that is to be there for the people.

    I loved the comment the Gov made when asked about presidential politics, “If you think right now I give a damn about presidential politics, then you don’t know me.” Well said Governor, well said.

  3. The piece on racism in the election is interesting, There have been hundreds of similar thoughts on dozens of blogs, but none of them examine the idea of Black racism or why Blacks would give 90% of their vote to a candidate that has ignored them, has endorsed gay marriage and abortion, and generally kept them out of the workplace in favor of another group, the illegal aliens.
    I’m not sure what constitutes a “racist” anymore. Do I prefer to be around White people like me..yes. Do I shout profanities at Black people or refuse to shop, eat, or worship where they do..no. I don’t understand or approve of the public face of the Black community with their eternal victimhood attitude, their profane, obscene music, and the criminalality that we see or read about. Our First Family acts, dresses and talks in a manner that makes me uncomfortable. Is that racist? maybe.

    I’m not voting for MrObama, but will vote for the Black man running on the Repub/tea party ticket in my congressional district. Why? he’s conservative and will represent my idea of how our Federal government should work.
    His color has nothing to do with my choice.