And Michele looks livid !!!
beright...please notice in the photos of the event that even in the presidents three-way(kinky), michelle was not even invited...talk about being left in the cold....brrrr.
LTS reports: white house chiropractor assures the american people that president obama's chronic self-deprecating bowing in the presence of dictators and islamic middle-eastern leaders will correct itself by his next dictorial speech, fundraiser or tee time...whichever comes first.
What do President Obama and a bunch of teenagers have in common?
It turns out they like to appear in selfies at memorial services.
Denmark's Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt appeared to hold out her smartphone for a three-way selfie at a service honoring Nelson Mandela today in Johannesburg. Obama, who sat to her left, and British Prime Minister David Cameron, who sat to her right, leaned in close for the snap.
What a solemn occasion.
Obama's foreign policy turnaround proving ever elusive
Even long-time allies are wondering what America is up to
By Mark Gollom
theGreek, have you not been reading my posts???lol. I'm on the fence between disgruntled and ticked off at both parties. I feel by the time the next election comes, I may be either insane or forced to pop some of those happy pills doctors seem to hand out like candy. Lets hope some daylight starts shining for us all sooner than later.
Asknot - Don't dwell on that too long or you will be disgruntled like all the rest of us Heee heee.
Obama's new push to save his legacy
by Douglas E. Schoen
All in a day's work for any accomplished Nobel Peace Prize recipient.
One thing that does really tick me off.
Obama promised a full troop withdrawal from Afghanistan by 2014, now, he changed it to 2024.
And we're continuing $4B worth of aid to Pakistan!
Kunect, sorry, not your peeps! my bad
168 times in American history have judicial nominations been filibustered! Half of them have happened under Obama! Face it, he's not doing well, but your peeps are taking their ball and going home!
Maybe Bush could loan his "Mission Accomplished" banner to Obama. Benghazi Barry COULD string it up at the sound of the snap of the trap shutting down each one of his attempted, politically questionable, possibly illegal machinations.
Of course he'd have to use non-indelible ink (just in case) to post the prefix 'un-' in front of "Accomplished" (I know, I know! As should have Bush concerning Iraq).
well, OK, there was hate for Bush, but not this level.
Kunect, I get it, he's not doing well. But Bush had just as many scandals, and I don't remember the hate for him. His tenure started us on this path. There were Benghazi's, wiretapping, fraud etc under him just as bad as Obama, IMO, if not worse.
We're in a political quagmire of fools, and I hope someone steps up and takes the reigns that is worthy! Although I doubt the American public would vote for that person.
I'd like folks to understand why Obama possibly avoided the 150th anniversary commencement of the Gettysburg Address (even though Lincoln is Obama's favorite president).
It would be hard to show up at site that embodied the concept of a government "of, by and for the people" when you're governing one "of" continuing scandals, "by" constitutional circumvention and "for" redirection toward a European-styled socialistic state.
I'd have avoided bathing in the light of Lincoln's spirit at Gettysburg too, if I were Obama.
You're right kunect, I remember now, but at least admit you're heavy R leaning, as am I, although, I know you'll laugh at that! Heck, I was a Ron Paul supporter before he went whacky! Mitt was a joke as a nominee.
I honestly really like Christie, I think his lack of tolerance for BS is what is needed right now.
That's my problem! I don't have "a party". I wanted to see Bush/Cheney indicted for taking us into Iraq and then, along comes Obama. I registered as a Democrat, in order to vote against Hillary in the primaries, and I couldn't, in good conscious, possibly consider extending the Bush legacy by voting for McCain.
So, you guessed it, Obama got my vote...the first time. Then the Repubs nominate Romney, who I was forced to vote for but whom, I sincerely believe, wasn't serious about wanting the job.
If you'd been following these threads long enough, you might remember that I was arguing in favor of Herman Cain getting the Republican nod. Please remember that the next time you think that I might be hiding a pointy hat in my closet.
Kunect, I pray you're wrong! You may very well be right! But I'm gonna hope that you're wrong, as you should! You should venture out your research, many people think ACA is gonna be a plus rather than a minus, I admit I'm skeptical, but there are enough "experts" out there that think its going to work for the better.!
And you better be careful of your own party, it seems like you have some kamikaze's determined to sink your ship!
The D's are staring down the barrel of my decision through November 2014 and then again in 2016.
I rest well in my decision knowing that if Obama's blessings hit me, they will hit multiple tens of millions of other American workers, most of whom will feel just as 'appreciative' as I.
DEMOCRATS - It's not too late to get your ship together and throw that T-urd overboard.
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