Racing desperately to the center to rescue his sagging poll numbers, President Obama today careened completely out of control and landed in bed with . . . Ronald Reagan and Dwight D. Eisenhower. Obama, who lately can’t stop talking about the middle class, small business, capital investment tax breaks, and so on, went beyond the typical Democratic embrace of Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt and grabbed
And the writing was written by Gibbs, who gaggled on the way to Obama’s speech in Cleveland this afternoon. Asked about the possibility Emanuel will leave the White House to run for mayor of Chicago, Gibbs said, “Something like that doesn’t come around a lot,” and Chicago is “a city you can fall in love with very quickly.” So what do you think that means?
Here is what White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs had to say yesterday about the threat by some lunatic pastor in Florida to mark Sept. 11 by burning the Koran. Well, look, I think the best place to look for the views of this administration would be to look at the — look at what General Petraeus said over the weekend. We know that that
If you listened to White House propaganda ministers before the health care bill was passed, you could almost be forgiven for mistakenly believing that the legislation wouldn’t cost anything. “It’s all paid for,” the White House repeatedly insisted whenever confronted with the nearly trillion dollar ten-year cost of the overhaul, noting that cuts in other areas of the budget and tax increases kept the legislation
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