The news October 20, 2011 describes a thug American President, with no moral authority, leading a thug third world banana republic U.S.A. in an otherworldly celebration of victory. Take a look at the day through Drudge and Politico
Obama and friend, having a good recession.
The rest of the President’s day from Drudge
Quotes from “Democracy:”
Amnesty International urged the revolutionary fighters to report the full facts of how Gadhafi died, saying all members of the former regime should be treated humanely. The London-based rights group said it was essential to conduct “a full, independent and impartial inquiry to establish the circumstances of Col. Gadhafi’s death.”
The former rebels who now rule are disorganized and face rebuilding a country virtually without institutions by Gadhafi’s design. They have already shown signs of infighting, with divisions between geographical areas and Islamist and more secular ideologies.
President Barack Obama told the Libyan people: “You have won your revolution.”
Arab broadcasters showed graphic images of the balding, goateed Gadhafi – wounded, with a bloodied face and shirt – but alive. Later video showed fighters rolling Gadhafi’s lifeless body over on the pavement, stripped to the waist and a pool of blood under his head.
Mrs. Clinton’s joking ought to destroy any feeling of American patriotic triumph.
For Americans, it is daunting to read our President has a “Hit List.” even it is only Middle East dictators. Then, he wades right into the middle the Muslim insanity there. “The Libyans had won their revolution and the dark shadow of tyranny has been lifted,” Obama said. He promised US help for Libya in establishing an interim government and in the holding of fair and free elections. This will make Afghanistan seem like a Sunday School picnic. (Get that Charla Jackson?)
Contrast my post on two past American victories: A TIME WHEN AMERICAN VICTORS AND THE VANQUISHED CONCLUDED WITH INTEGRITY, CHARACTER AND HONOR
Closer to home, ‘Big Sis’ announced the TSA in branching out from your airports to your roads. Presumably there will be gray plastic baskets for your shoes, wallets, etc. They are starting in Tennessee. When they get to Minnesota, we’ll see how going shoeless works in a snowstorm.
Moving on to the day at Politico
Politico reported Steve Jobs “told President Barack Obama he was ‘headed for a one-term presidency,’ citing the U.S.’s competitive disadvantages with China and a ‘crippled’ education system, a new biography of the former Apple CEO indicates.” In another story, “Jobs also criticized America’s education system, saying it was ‘crippled by union work rules,’ noted Isaacson. ‘Until the teachers’ unions were broken, there was almost no hope for education reform.’”
The President suffered whiplash as he zigzagged between the Occupy Wall Street union and Communist thug stooges and his core big contributors, the Wall Street bankers.
California Congressman Dennis Cardoza didn’t simply announce his retirement.
The California Democratic congressman went out with guns blazing Thursday, torching the Obama administration as he revealed he would not run for reelection in 2012 .
— the five-term Democrat ripped the White House in sharp and politically loaded terms, providing ammunition that its GOP enemies will be certain to use for the foreseeable future.
“Looking back on disappointments, I am dismayed by the Administration’s failure to understand and effectively address the current housing foreclosure crisis,” Cardoza said in his statement. “Home foreclosures are destroying communities and crushing our economy, and the Administration’s inaction is infuriating.”
The Congressman went way beyond ‘infuriated’ as he turned to the disastrous turnoff of water for California’s fertile Central Valley. Read it all.
Over in the Senate, where 23 Democrats are up for reelection, Politico reports Democrats are hiding from the President:
Obama’s poor poll numbers, due in large part to high unemployment, the sputtering U.S. economy and record budget red ink, are shaping up as a big factor in Senate races across the country. Democrats are defending 23 Senate seats next year versus only 10 for Republicans in a chamber controlled by Democrats 53 to 47.
“Everyone is going to have to ‘go native,’” one Senate Democratic strategist said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
In a review of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s new Book, Scorpions for Breakfast, Politico says, Governor Brewer skewers President Barack Obama, saying the president was “patronizing” and “condescending” when she met him at the White House last summer.
Mark it down. October 20, 2011 is a profoundly revealing day. The Emperor, Indeed, Has No Clothes.