President Obama was forced this morning to sit stoically at the National Prayer Breakfast while a world-renown pediatric surgeon who dragged himself up from poverty recounted his story, espousing conservative values and policies as a means of healing the nation and its poor. I wanted you to take a look at this brave individual, Dr. Benjamin Carson, speaking his version of the truth to power.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will deliver the GOP response to President Obama’s State of the Union speech. That’s fine. He’ll deliver it in both English and Spanish. That’s not fine. Para Español, oprima numero dos! Despite the prevalence of such options when you call your cable company or your bank, THIS IS NOT A BILINGUAL COUNTRY. If Rubio and Republicans think are going to win
President Obama appeared exceedingly sleepy at the annual National Prayer Breakfast today, looking like he was having trouble staying awake as others spoke and delivering his own remarks ponderously, with heavy eyelids and a tired visage. Obama, who rarely holds a publicly announced event before 10:00 am and is known to be a nighthawk, was forced to show up at the breakfast at 7:55 am.
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