Rush smacks the spoiled brat around a bit and sends him to his room.
I needn’t comment on this any further…
It speaks eloquently to the Obama administration’s priorities that it took the White House four days to acknowledge the “catastrophic breach of security” that led to the failed bombing of a US-bound jet on Christmas Day — but a scant four hours to accuse Dick Cheney of coddling terrorists.
The former vice president Wednesday harshly criticized the administration’s efforts — or non-efforts — against terrorism. Whereupon, Team Obama went ballistic.
Hey B-HO, what about that C-SPAN open and transparent thingy? Yeah, just another lie, poser. When you make promises while running for office, and you don’t even keep one of them, it says a lot about the kind of person you are.
He’s done it three times. (on camera) Always when talking about an opponent. Hillary, McCain and now to a former Hillary supporter…
New Video! You Be The Judge…
Well it seems somebody got their feelings hurt and pulled the video. That’s OK, here are the originals:
They all look very deliberate to me. It can’t be a mistake from the most intelligent man on the planet. Of course he doesn’t know any better, he was raised in Chicago by…uh, well, was it Chicago, Hawaii…OK, he was raised by a single mother in Hawa…wait a minute, he was raised where? Wait, where was he born?
H/T Hot Air
Sarah Palin posted a link to this letter in her FaceBook entry Nov. 28.
November 20, 2009
Dear President Obama,
My name is Harold Estes, approaching 95 on December 13 of this year. People meeting me for the first time don’t believe my age because I remain wrinkle free and pretty much mentally alert.
I enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1934 and served proudly before, during and after WW II retiring as a Master Chief Bos’n Mate. Now I live in a “rest home” located on the western end of Pearl Harbor allowing me to keep alive the memories of 23 years of service to my country.
One of the benefits of my age, perhaps the only one, is to speak my mind, blunt and direct even to the head man.
So here goes.
I am amazed, angry and determined not to see my country die before I do but you seem hell bent not to grant me that wish.
I can’t figure out what country you are the president of. You fly around the world telling our friends and enemies despicable lies like:
” We’re no longer a Christian nation”
” America is arrogant” – (Your wife even announced to the world,”America is mean-spirited. ” Please tell her to try preaching that nonsense to 23 generations of our war dead buried all over the globe who died for no other reason than to free a whole lot of strangers from tyranny and hopelessness.)
I’d say shame on the both of you but I don’t think you like America nor do I see an ounce of gratefulness in anything you do for the obvious gifts this country has given you. To be without shame or gratefulness is a dangerous thing for a man sitting in the White House.
After 9/11 you said,” America hasn’t lived up to her ideals.”
Which ones did you mean? Was it the notion of personal liberty that 11,000 farmers and shopkeepers died for to win independence from the British ? Or maybe the ideal that no man should be a slave to another man that 500,000 men died for in the Civil War ? I hope you didn’t mean the ideal 470,000 fathers, brothers,husbands,and a lot of fellas I knew personally died for in WWII, because we felt real strongly about not letting any nation push us around because we stand for freedom.
I don’t think you mean the ideal that says equality is better than discrimination. You know the one that a whole lot of white people understood when they helped to get you elected.
Take a little advice from a very old geezer, young man. Shape up and start acting like an American.If you don’t, I’ll do what I can to see you get shipped out of that fancy rental on Pennsylvania Avenue .You were elected to lead not to bow, apologize and kiss the hands of murderers and corrupt leaders who still treat their people like slaves.
And just who do you think you are telling the American people not to jump to conclusions and condemn that Muslim major who killed 13 of his fellow soldiers and wounded dozens more. You mean you don’t want us to do what you did when that white cop used force to subdue that black college professor in Massachusetts who was putting up a fight ? You don’t mind offending the police calling them stupid but you don’t want us to offend Muslim fanatics by calling them what they are, terrorists.
One more thing. I realize you never served in the military and never had to defend your country with your life but you’re the Commander-in-Chief now, son. Do your job. When your battle-hardened field General asks you for 40,000 more troops to complete the mission, give them to him. But if you’re not in this fight to win, then get out. The life of one American soldier is not worth the best political strategy you’re thinking of.
You could be our greatest president because you face the greatest challenge ever presented to any president. You’re not going to restore American greatness by bringing back our bloated economy. That’s not our greatest threat. Losing the heart and soul of who we are as Americans is our big fight now. And I sure as hell don’t want to think my president is the enemy in this final battle.
Harold B. Estes
There is nothing more to say.
You just can’t make this stuff up. Just days after global warming gets exposed for the fraud it is, The Messiah decides he will go to Copehagen to push for the Cap & Tax C02 scam. Let’s hope it works as well as his Chicago Olympics bid.
h/t Mike C. for the title.
The transcript and much more explanation is at NewsBusters.
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Unbelievable! The Obama administration is attacking the only major news outlet not licking his boots. Every media outlet should be worried about this, not just Fox.
Calling Fox News “a wing of the Republican Party,” the Obama administration on Sunday escalated its war of words against the channel, even as observers questioned the wisdom of a White House war on a news organization.
“What I think is fair to say about Fox — and certainly it’s the way we view it — is that it really is more a wing of the Republican Party,” said Anita Dunn, White House communications director, on CNN. “They take their talking points, put them on the air; take their opposition research, put them on the air. And that’s fine. But let’s not pretend they’re a news network the way CNN is.”
Well THAT’S a relief. But are they just poking a sleeping bear? Some people think so.
Fox News senior vice president Michael Clemente, who likens the channel to a newspaper with separate sections on straight news and commentary, suggested White House officials were intentionally conflating opinion show hosts like Glenn Beck with news reporters like Major Garrett.
“It’s astounding the White House cannot distinguish between news and opinion programming,” Clemente said. “It seems self-serving on their part.”
In recent weeks, the White House has begun using its government blog to directly attack what it called “Fox lies.” David Gergen, who has worked for President Bill Clinton and three Republican presidents, questioned the propriety of the White House declaring war on a news organization.
“It’s a very risky strategy. It’s not one that I would advocate,” Gergen said on CNN. “If you’re going to get very personal against the media, you’re going to find that the animosities are just going to deepen. And you’re going to find that you sort of almost draw viewers and readers to the people you’re attacking. You build them up in some ways, you give them stature.”
He added: “The press always has the last barrel of ink.”
Gergen’s sentiments were echoed by Tony Blankley, who once served as press secretary to former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
“Going after a news organization, in my experience, is always a loser,” Blankley said on CNN. “They have a big audience. And Fox has an audience of not just conservatives — they’ve got liberals and moderates who watch too. They’ve got Obama supporters who are watching. So it’s a temptation for a politician, but it needs to be resisted.”
The rest is HERE.
For those of us who lived through the embarrassment and misery of the Jimmy Carter years the similarities are frightening.
President Obama should have passed on the Nobel Peace Prize. Among other reasons, such as not being especially deserving, accepting this accolade will now merge him even more forcefully in Americans’ minds with Jimmy Carter, who was awarded the same honor in 2002. That is a fate that Obama should avoid at all costs.
Many of us remember Carter’s presidency as a time of unimaginable embarrassment for the United States. The Iran hostage crisis, and Carter’s ineffectual efforts to rescue our citizens who were detained for 444 days, will stand forever as testament to the consequences of trying to befriend Islamic militants. Obama should take note, as he proffers friendship and a “new beginning” to President Ahmadinejad.
The parallels between Obama and Carter are already frightening. Carter was elected not on the strength of his resume, which, like Obama’s was slim-to-anorexic, but rather because Americans were fed up with Republicans. Carter presented himself as trustworthy, civil, and unwaveringly smiley. His code word “trust” — distancing himself from Richard Nixon’s dishonesty –passed for policy. His politics were initially vague, but soon emerged as startlingly left-wing. During his campaign, instead of fleshing out meaningful stances on the issues of the day, he repeatedly vowed never to lie to the American people. This pledge was broken on more than one occasion, for example, when he lied about the firing of U.S. Attorney David Marston, who had undertaken an investigation into corruption among Pennsylvania’s Democrats.
Like Carter, Obama made promises –to reach across the aisle, to bar lobbyists from his administration, to create a new civility in government –which lie shattered on the floor of Congress. From the moment he hired Rahm Emmanuel to be his chief of staff, the bullying and political tone of his presidency was set in stone. On domestic policy, voters welcomed the centrist tone of his campaign, only to see him drift hard to the left.
It is, however, in the realm of foreign policy that Jimmy Carter portrayed the naivete that proved so damaging to the United States. He was “surprised” when the Russians killed Adolph Dubs, the U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan, mainly because he had no grasp of the essential conflict between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. Like Obama, he considered the leadership of all nations to be people of goodwill.
I had a close friend who worked in the Carter White House. She was young and star-struck, but even she decried Carter’s micro-management and endless need to explore every option, study every contingency. At the end, Carter could never make a decision and was no leader. Does this sound familiar? Carter accomplished little and was duly ousted after serving only one term. President Obama should take heed. I wish he had suggested that the Nobel Committee pass their award onto some more worthy recipient this year — someone like, maybe, Hugo Chavez?
I don’t care what the appeasers in charge want to call this day. It’s Patriot Day! Here are a few reminders what this day is all about.
Never forget why we haven’t been attacked since that day.
Now ask yourself, do you still feel safe?