President Obama visited the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum in New York today. During his remarks, Obama mixed up two war heroes, Sergeant First Class Jared C. Monti who was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously and Staff Sergeant Sal Giunta, who was awarded the Medal of Honor by the president in person this past November.
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… and make the woman at the CNBC town hall meeting his campaign manager. It is a rare moment on tape from the MSNBC crowd. Clearly they see the young President is out of touch with America, which of course can happen when your idea of a quick getaway is a cookout with Oprah and […]
Obama’s Prompter fails him. LOL
With all of the serious economic issues of the day, you’ve got to admit that some of the Obama teleprompter stuff has been pretty funny the past couple of weeks. It all started back in September with the team at Iowahawk releasing the video introducing us to the plate of glass. People have been asking […]
Because you just can’t make this stuff up … from Sky News Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen was just a few paragraphs into an address in Washington when he realised it all sounded a bit too familiar. It was. He was repeating the speech President Barack Obama had just read from the same teleprompter. Cowen stopped, turned […]
Try this on for size: From IowaHawk (via Instapundit) “Hey “O”. this is your crutch … meet my demands or I just may fizz out on you again … and you know what happens when that happens.” Funniest movie I have seen thus far on Obamamania. Click to watch. Memo to Saturday Night Live et […]
Let’s talk about politicians and how the main stream media treats them for a moment or two. Obama has made some gaffes in front of big audiences and so has McCain. Obama is clearly very comfortable with a teleprompter and McCain is not. In general, Bush 42 is not comfortable in front of an audience […]
More than 20 years ago. BuzzFeed just posted what Breitbart.com is describing as a “selectively edited” video of an introduction President Obama made at a 1990 protest rally at Harvard for Derek Bell. My first thought was … where is the teleprompter?
I can’t tell if the teleprompter got scrambled or if Al Sharpton’s brain is just scrambled. I think his show went live a couple of days ago, and already, there is an opportunity for profitable cottage industry to be developed.
I was intrigued by Steve’s post on which of the radioviceonline.com posts were most viewed in 2010, so I thought I would add to the fun. Below the fold you can see the top 11 most viewed videos on our blog this year based on You Tube views. You might be surprised.