I’m not even sure she really wants to run. There doesn’t seem to be any joy in the effort, as Rich Lowry points out today. The whole thing just has it’s own momentum, rolling ahead, divorced from any substantive landmarks.
President Obama suggested he harbors some strong hostility against those who criticize him, saying it was difficult for him to “love” them.
At the White House Easter Prayer Breakfast, no less.
Meanwhile, the president failed to even mention the rampant violence being committed against Christians around the world, the most notable recent example of which occurred in his father’s own homeland, Kenya, where scores were recently slaughtered by Islamist terrorists.
On Easter, I do reflect that, as a Christian, I’m supposed to love. And I have to say, that sometimes when I listen to less-than-loving expression by Chrstians, I get concerned.
“Romney didn’t win, did he?” That was Harry Reid’s response to charges that he lied about Mitt Romney of not paying taxes and that his attacks on the Koch brothers were McCarthyite. It’s always the same with the Left. The ends justify the means. Because the ends are so pretty.
Somehow this late night show appearance is done with a little more dignity than, you know, the other guy does it. IMO. Also noteworthy how warmly Romney is received. I’m sensing some buyer’s remorse, even in New York City . . .