Take a look at this exchange between President Obama and a farmer at Wednesday’s town hall in Atkinson, Ill. And let’s have a quiz. What is Obama really saying? He’s pretending to try to be helpful, with suggestions to call the Department of Agriculture and beware of bad information. But what he’s really saying is: “YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT, YOU LOW-BROW REDNECK!
He just isn’t. Not for someone doing the type of job he’s doing. Obama has taken less than four weeks off this past year – ten days last August in Martha’s Vineyard and two weeks in Hawaii over the Christmas and New Years holidays. That’s it. Short hops planned to Williamsburg, Va. and Montana were scotched due to work. I know many of you get
President Obama’s reelection campaign will not have to pay for the use of the luxurious black bus he rode through the Midwest this week if he decides campaign with it, since the vehicle is the property of the Secret Service and is technically part of his protection force. According to Secret Service Spokesman Ed Donovan, the agency does not have to be reimbursed because it is
President Obama today finally called for Syrian President Bashar Assad to quit. He also announced new sanctions designed to increase the pressure on the regime. What’s hard to understand is why, if calling for Assad to get out is a good idea today, it wasn’t a good idea four months ago. In the interim, thousands have been killed and wounded, and the United States has
President is thinking about proposing tax cuts for companies that hire workers, new spending for roads and construction, and other measures that target the long-term unemployed, administration officials say. The Department of Justice is probing S&P, but the investigation began before the company downgraded the U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder wants to know what his supposedly independent internal investigator said to Congress about the Fast