During a press conference, Democrat Congressman
Charlie Rangel said we should ask "what would Jesus do?"
about the debt ceiling. Well, first of all, Charlie,
Jesus would pay his taxes.
A Seattle family filed a complaint after the TSA
twice singled out their 6 year old son for a pat down. I
had no idea the shortage of wheelchair-bound
grandmothers had gotten so severe.
Journalist Bob Woodward said that the rest of the
world doesn't see America as "the grown-up nation" any
more. Well, that'll happen when the President keeps
spending money like a kid in a candy store.
Wisconsin's Governor Walker signed a bill allowing
concealed carry, making it the 49th state to do so.
Obama's worried that it won't be long before the other 8
states cave in, too.
MSNBC's Ed Schultz said that Republicans are on a
"mission to murder the American Dream." I'm shocked. I
can't believe Ed's already run out of Hitler analogies
this far from the election.
Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty
compared President Obama to "a manure-spreader in a wind
storm". I disagree. When you actually spread manure,
eventually something good comes of it.
In a press conference on the debt ceiling talks,
President Obama said it was time to "eat our peas".
Probably planning to borrow them from China.
A new report shows that China is rapidly catching up
to the US in spy-satellite capabilities. I'm not
surprised. If Obama owed me a trillion dollars, I'd want
to keep an eye on it, too.
Obama's Energy Secretary Steven Chu defended the
light bulb ban, saying, "we are taking away a choice
that continues to let people waste their own money." By
that logic, you'd think he'd be against using tax money
to pay his salary.
President Obama said he wants to raise taxes, but not
until 2013. Basically he wants to bet you $2 trillion of
your own money that he'll get reelected.
After the US Embassy in Syria was attacked, the State
Department's response was to threaten to file a lawsuit.
I kinda miss the days when acts of war were met with
more Marines than lawyers.
MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski said Republicans were "stupid
and mean" for not making a debt ceiling deal with Obama.
Wow. You don't often hear insightful analysis like that
outside of kids being told they can't have ice cream.
President Obama said he wanted higher taxes in the
debt ceiling deal because he hates having income that he
"doesn't need". So... he just needs everyone else's
During an interview on PBS, George Stephanopoulos
said that, since entering the White House, Obama "has
done remarkably well". Too bad we can't say that about
the rest of America.
During an interview on CBS, President Obama said that
Republicans in the debt ceiling negotiations should act
more like Ronald Reagan. Ok - "There you go again."