Friday, October 2

obama, fail



From the BBC:
"The shock of Chicago's elimination was greater for the fact that it came in the first round. And greater for the fact that President Obama had taken valuable hours from his packed and tense political schedule to travel to Copenhagen. His legendary powers of persuasion will be said to have failed him, though in reality it will be Chicago's bid that failed him. Nonetheless, this is a moment which allows the president's detractors to allege waning prestige on the part of his presidency. And it will raise questions about the political advice that he is receiving."
I'm laughing my ass off about this. You can't deny that the excessive full court press, the arrogance, the obsessive vanity of the Obama's helped kill this Olympic thing.

Do you think Michelle, Barry and Oprah will reimburse we the taxpayers for this wasted trip?

From the UK TimesOnline:
"Obama’s soaring rhetoric — which captured the imagination during last year’s election — is simply not enough when it comes to confronting the myriad challenges of the presidency. His spectacular Olympic failure will only add to that."
Obama should make better use of his time, instead of wasting it on the Olympics. Why isn't he focused on the business of the people, the economy, jobs, unemployment, which is now 9.8%, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, national security? Why isn't he studying up on health care so he doesn't sound like such an idiot?

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Given what Mr. Clarridge says in this video then do you think it is a fair statement that our enemies, the NAZIS, Kim from Korea, Stalin, etc., are not evil insofar as they were/are pursuing their national security interests, but that they were just born into a different country, a country whose interests happened to clash with those of our own.

2:12 PM  

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