In which Harry Reid confuses himself with Superman… (h/t Andrew Breitbart) Read more
You have homework tonight before tomorrow’s show. But I will give you all a head start. Read more
When you need to get your liberal social agenda through … and fast … it’s the worst economy since the … well you know the rest. But when it’s time to speak positively to business leaders … well, what the heck, it’s not that bad.
Confronting misgivings, even in his own party, Presidentmounted a stout defense of his blueprint to overhaul the economy Thursday, declaring the national crisis is “not as bad as we think” and his plans will speed recovery.
Challenged to provide encouragement as the nation’s “confidence builder in chief,” Obama said Americans shouldn’t be whipsawed by bursts of either bad or good news and he was “highly optimistic” about the long term.
Glenn Reynolds calls it the “Emily Litella” Presidency. Never Mind … because so much has changed since February when the Democrat Congress and Obama were trying to push through the Porkapalooza and a multi trillion dollar budget complete with deficits as far as the eye can see.
Oh and remember this one?
I guess it all depends on who you are speaking to and what’s on the agenda.
Your weekend funny. Line of the day comes from Charles Krauthammer on a day when both Bill Clinton and Charles tell the young President to “cool it” with the world is coming to an end rhetoric. First Charles …
The Ex-President goes a little easier but the message is the same. You’re the President … xnay on the epressionday.
Running through last night’s video and I came across a continuing theme throughout … Democrats and RINOs trying to frighten America to death … a financial death of $1 Trillion dollars (pay no attention to the deal … it will be a trillion I can assure you).
Below you will find two videos … first the scare mongers
Now the voice of reason from two well respected economic pundits, Ben Stein and Dave Ramsey.
Even if you believe it will get worse (and that seems to be likely) the question you need to ask is … will this stimulus help the private sector where the jobs are lost … your job is lost … or just save public works jobs?
And what good is a public sector job without a healthy private sector … hmmmm? Just askin, that’s all.