In the private sector, not much. But at the EPA, it seems you can fight pollution while polluting your desktop.
CBS – yes CBS!! – did a great report today on how hard it is to fire government workers, even if they spend years surfing the web for pornography.
Under President Obama, of course, the federal workforce has grown a full ten percent, by about 158,000 employees. His latest budget calls for hiring another 34,000.
That’s a lot of porn.
I think President Obama loves this country. I do. I’ve listened to him a lot, and that’s what I think.
The question would be, how much? And as for that, I really don’t know. I hope he loves it a lot.
Liberals tend for focus, sometimes relentlessly, on what’s wrong with this country. They would argue that this means they love America “even more,” because they want to fix it. But when I listen to them, it often doesn’t sound like they are particularly fond of the place.
That’s just my impression. But I don’t really know what’s in other people’s hearts.
But let me ask you. If you see a bumper sticker that says, “America, greatest nation on earth,” would you assume the person driving is a liberal, or a conservative?
And certainly many liberals have a profound hatred for a large number of their countrymen, people known as conservatives. The abhor us far more than conservatives dislike liberals.
Here’s some video of Obama pointing out our mistakes. Most of which no doubt were made, in his mind, by conservatives.
In just over a minute, Charles Krauthammer summarizes much of what’s wrong with the Iran deal.
From his comments last night on Bret Baier’s show:
In a decade, Iran can essentially become a legitimate nuclear power . . . This will mean a lifting of the sanctions, so Iran will be with a very strong economy, undeterred, nothing in any way holding it back; it’s simply catastrophic . . . It is an unbelievably bad deal. It makes the Cuba deal look like a really good bargain.
Have a look.
This is brilliant. Have a look.
H/T to theronniebuss.
Not really, no.
Presidents used to draw red lines that weren’t fuzzy, erasable, or crossable. Have a look at how Obama’s resolve stacks up against some previous presidents.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Friday he felt “sorry” for Rudy Giuliani, who called President Obama “unpatriotic.” That is, Giuliani is merely pathetic, in the White House view. I can tell you that it’s sad to see when somebody who has attained a certain level of public stature and even admiration tarnishes thatContinue Reading
Joe’s latest weirdness earned him a Letterman top ten appearance. “There is no circumstance under which a man has a right to touch a woman without her consent other than self-defense. We are changing the attitudes of America about what constitutes appropriate behavior on the part of a man with a woman.” – Joe Biden,Continue Reading
Next time someone criticizes Fox News to you, show them this. It’s why Fox News exists.
CBS’ Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer has seen a lot. And he’s no war hawk or cheerleader for the Republicans. But he seems pretty flummoxed at the casual attitude of President Obama toward ISIS: We have another American hostage killed, and the president goes off to California to do a fundraiser and some other stuff, and theContinue Reading