Watching Putin play Obama for the amateur he is brings to mind the snarky, dismissive remark our current Bumbler-in-Chief made during the last presidential campaign:
The 80′s called. They want their foreign policy back.
So, Mr. President, have you tried copping that attitude with Vlad? How’s that working for ya’?
I can’t be the only American who wishes for a return to the policies of the 1980s. Or even, say, the 2000s. When America’s allies knew we could be trusted, and our enemies knew we should be feared. Now both alike do nothing but laugh.
Brutality on a monstrous scale. Brought to you by the Religion of Peace™.
If you’re in need of a good laugh, head over to Politico for some prime Pelosi patter.
It’s chock full of great nuggets. I snickered at this:
Pelosi was sharply derisive about the scorn Republicans have for this president.
“You know why it is,” she said. “You know why it is. He’s brilliant, … he thinks in a strategic way in how to get something done … and he’s completely eloquent. That’s a package that they don’t like.”
But this brought on a full guffaw:
“He has been … open, practically apolitical, certainly nonpartisan, in terms of welcoming every idea and solution. I think that’s one of the reasons the Republicans want to take him down politically, because they know he is a nonpartisan president, and that’s something very hard for them to cope with.”
Thanks, Nancy. I needed that.
[Note: ellipses in the original.]
Dennis Prager makes a strong moral argument for America maintaining an active and vigilant military role on the international stage.
The Treasury Department announced that,
The federal government raked in a record of approximately $2,472,542,000,000 in tax revenues through the first eleven months of fiscal 2013…
Did you catch that anywhere in the MSM? Neither did I. But that’s because in this—as in so many areas—the truth runs contrary to the chosen narrative.
Our government is not starving. It is, in fact, gorging itself on more of our tax dollars than ever…and it’s still not satisfied.
With record revenues, that $755 billion deficit accumulated over the same period isn’t the result of scarcity, but of statist gluttony. The Fed doesn’t need more of your money or mine—rich, poor, or middle class. What it needs is a diet.
The doctor can’t see you now.
Consumers may hear that a lot more often after getting health insurance under President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
We already knew we couldn’t keep our insurance if we liked it. Heck, there are a lot of folks who won’t be able to keep their jobs—or have already lost them or had their hours cut.
Now we see we won’t get to keep our doctor, either…unless we can pony up for the pricier plans.
But, but, but Reidamalosi promised us we could, & that it would be affordable…
Surprised? You shouldn’t be. Conservatives predicted this before ObamaCare was rammed through Congress.
Washington Free Beacon Whistleblower Attorney: Benghazi Attack Was About 400 SAM Missiles Stolen by Some ‘Very Ugly People’
Still not going away. Still growing. If this had come out when it happened, the election would likely have come out rather differently. Kudos to the Obama team for an effective cover up.
Todd Starnes Air Force Veteran Relieved of Duties for Disagreeing with Homosexuality
Think our government isn’t at war with Christianity? Think again.
Michelle Malkin The illegal alien murderer of Vanessa Pham
Ah, yes, but illegals are just peaceful people here to do the jobs Americans won’t.
Mark Hemingway The Media’s Double Standard: Some hate crimes are less hateful than others.
Washington Times Al Qaeda drives Iraq toward chaos; U.S. withdrawal left door open to sectarian battle for power
Brilliant, that decision to abandon ship, eh?
Forbes Yet Another White House Obamacare Delay: Out-Of-Pocket Caps Waived Until 2015
Someone please remind me where the Constitution gives the President authority to pick and choose which parts of the law are enforced, or to change specific dates therein.
Oh, and would an Obama supporter please tell me how a President who claims to be for the middle class waives all the expensive aspects of his signature legislation for big business and everyone else except the middle class?
National Review IRS’s Lerner Used Personal E-mail to Conduct Official Business, Investigators Say
Yes, the Most Transparent Administration Ever™ does everything it can to avoid transparency. That she’s still on our payroll is disgraceful.