Monthly Archives: January 2012

Obama the miracle worker “answers” the questions

January 31, 2012
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Obama the miracle worker “answers” the questions

This morning’s post will seem a bit unusual for regulars. Short and to the point. While perusing the morning web sites I came across this link on Drudge from Real Clear Politics.com. It’s a question from an “Occupy” protestor to Dear Leader on one of his never ending taxpayer funded campaign events: “Mr. President, I…

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State of the Union review part 2: Retread rhetoric and facts played loose.

January 26, 2012
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While Obama’s media and the dwainbwain lemmings that follow it are all fawning over Dear Leader’s “excellent” speech Tuesday evening, the video clip at left, courtesy of the RNC, shows much of the President’s rhetoric has already been used in his previous State of the Union speeches. Perhaps it was just Obama’s latest attempt at…

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Obama’s rhetoric or Mitch Daniels’ truth? The “real” State of the Union

January 25, 2012
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Obama’s rhetoric or Mitch Daniels’ truth?  The “real” State of the Union

The Corner opened yesterday with the question: “Will America get a true “State of the Union” address tonight or will it just be another one of Obama’s “teleprompter twists”? Today we know the President still knows how to not only still “twist” and obfuscate the truth, but in some instances flat out pull a Joe…

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State of the Union or Teleprompter Twist?

January 24, 2012
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State of the Union or Teleprompter Twist?

The question of the day is:  Will America get a true “State of the Union” address tonight or will it just be another one of Obama’s “teleprompter twists”? The Corner predicts there will be a strong theme of “I’m for you, the average American, the little guy, I just want you to get a “fair…

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Palmetto state pounds Romney, rewards Gingrich

January 22, 2012
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Palmetto state pounds Romney, rewards Gingrich

Conventional Wisdom as defined by Merriam-Webster.com: “the generally accepted belief, opinion, judgment, or prediction about a particular matter.” The “wisdom” of the “conventionals” has been taking a bruising the past few years and it got a sound butt kicking last night in South Carolina. The professional pundit class is still scratching its head over how…

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From the “young” we “old” can stil learn anew

January 21, 2012
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From the “young” we “old” can stil learn anew

Being born at the tail end of the “boomer” generation, I suppose, I am to the “x”, “y”, and “millennial” generations, officially an “old fart”. And as such I have had more than one apprehensive moment over the years regarding whether they would be the generation that would bring about the “beginning of the end”…

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