It’s probably the longest political commercial of all time at more than two minutes, but this took some work and actual actors were involved. The video comes from RightChange.com, produced and directed by David Zucker. Read more
Hey, call me crazy, but is the one getting just a tad too testy with protesters. First it was Obama mocking the Tea Party people in Miami … “You would think they would say thank you.” . Tonight he challenged a woman at a Boxer rally in California to “come on down here”.
I mean is he auditioning for “The Price Is Right” … or was he fixin for a fight. Geeze, take a chill pill Mr President. They’re citizens.
By the way, with friends like this Senator Boxer, who needs enemies?
President Obama was in Tampa, Florida Thursday announcing that he is so concerned about the mounting federal deficit that he will spend $1.25 billion of your hard earned money to help build a high speed train that will run between Orlando International Airport and downtown Tampa. As a Floridian, thank you America.
Hmmm. Can’t the one One get through a speech without getting called on something he’s said. From the Poltico:
POLITICO’s Kasie Hunt, who’s in the House chamber, reports that Justice Samuel Alito mouthed the words “not true” when President Barack Obama criticized the Supreme Court’s campaign finance decision.
Your daily dose of Charles Krauthammer. His analysis is always on … and so for your listening pleasure … the entire commentary. Read more
Egads. Not another rookie President. Or is this more ABB! But here’s the poll from Newsmax as reported in the Boston Herald.
The online news site, newsmax.com, reported that Obama leads Brown by 46.5 percent to 44.6 percent among the 4,163 respondents in a poll with a plus or minus 1.5 percent margin of error. Independent voters, who helped propel Obama into office in 2008, favor Brown 48.6 percent to 36 percent.
Yes its Zogby. Yes, it’s Newsmax. But still. Whoa, hold on there cowpokes. He just got elected Senator. But then, maybe people are expressing a preference for an ideal not a person. You make the call and take the poll.
Oh, and remember this post from Steve.
Thought you all might enjoy this little video. It’s a montage of yesterday’s talk shows with David Axelrod, Robert Gibbs, and Valerie Jarrett all giving different answers to the stimulus jobs question. Read more
I am always sensitive to Hitler references because the man was a monster and the memories, still today, too fresh. But this is pretty funny because the analysis is so spot on. So I make the exception. “How do you blow a 30 point lead, in Massachusetts? This was Kennedy’s seat.” He, he, he. (Via Instapundit.) Read more