Shouldn’t a President act, well, Presidential? Maybe Barack missed that memo when he used this vulgarity when referring to middle Americans who just happen to disagree with his policies. From Inside the Beltway:
“This remark is the equivalent of using the ‘n’ word. It shows contempt for middle America, expressed knowingly, contemptuously, on purpose, and with a smirk. It is indefensible to use this word. The president knows what it means, and his people know what it means. The public thought we reached a new low of incivility during the Clinton administration. Well, the Obama administration has just outdone them,” ATR president Grover Norquist tells Inside the Beltway.
I got your N-word, right here.
Rather than merely insisting that homosexuals be left alone by government — free from legal compulsion — advocates of same-sex demand that government make war on an established institution in order to compel recognition of a disputed equality.
Having examined the data, I feel no need to expound on sociological statistics demonstrating that this is just another erroneous egalitarian argument. We cannot make different things the same, merely by pretending that they are the same.
At least he paid attention during Sesame Street.
Every villiage has its idiot, and NYC has a doozy. Jimmie:
Mayor Bloomberg is that most dangerous variety of idiot — the idiot who believes himself the smartest man in the room. People like that can blunder into a lot of damage. We’re fortunate that Bloomberg’s enormous ego has limited itself to reigning as Mayor for Life of New York City. God forbid that a casual bigot who has no problem implying that most of America is incapable of harnessing their political discontent about a growing nanny state into anything but terrorism turn his attention to a position of more power and influence.
And just when you thought it was safe to venture forth from your health-car bomb shelter: Connie Hair of Human Events outlines a February report from The White House that proposes seizing American’s 401Ks to fund… wait for it… labor pension plans.