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Obama Turns the Page

Subtle little message at the end there.

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14 Responses to Obama Turns the Page

  1. Here I am, on the road again
    There I am, on the stage
    Here I go, playing star again
    There I go, turn the page

    with apologies to Bob Seger

    • “…Chapter One we didn’t really get along
      Chapter Two I think I fell in love with you
      You said you’d stand by me in the middle of Chapter Three
      But you were up to your old tricks in Chapters Four, Five and Six

      [chorus]

      The way you walk
      The way you talk, and try to kiss me, and laugh
      In four or five paragraphs
      All your compliments and your cutting remarks
      Are captured here in my quotation marks

      [chorus]

      Don’t tell me you don’t know the difference
      Between a lover and a fighter
      With my pen and my electric typewriter
      Even in a perfect world where everyone was equal
      I’d still own the film rights and be working on the sequel…”

      http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/theweddingsinger/everydayiwritethebook.htm

  2. During the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Iran nuclear sanctions, Wednesday morning Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) stunned the political world with this observation “The more I hear this administration and it’s quotes, the more it sounds like talking points straight from Tehran.”
    https://nicedeb.wordpress.com/

  3. Daily I keep having to read this book called “obama” and daily I can not wait to “turn the page” to find it is the last page I will have to read…….

  4. OT: Cavuto just had conversation with Jindal. Cavuto said they (Fox) did apologize for using the words: NGZ.
    Jinda said he is not apologizing and is standing by what he said.

    • Lee, here’s a snip from a long article. Fox had no need to apologize if they had done their due diligence.

      “What if we went to the suburbs?” Obertone replies: “I do not recommend this. Not even we French dare go there anymore. But nobody talks about this in public, of course. Nor do those who claim, ‘long live multiculturalism,’ and ‘Paris is wonderful!’ dare enter the suburbs.”

      http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/5128/france-no-go-zones