With 31 days to go…

I’m reminded of the words of Margaret Thatcher:

I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding because I think, well, if they attack one personally, it means they have not a single political argument left.

Indeed. In fact the left’s desperation has winged past the smell stage, to downright decay. The sinking ship is crumbling beneath them, and that water’s cold.

When the POTUS plays the race card, it’s almost over. Ken Taylor said it best:

In one of the most ridiculous analogies of his Presidency, during two speeches Barack Obama compared the, “impatience,” over the time it is taking for the economic recovery to the long battle during the early history of this country to free the slaves. Referring to the impatience Americans are having with his failed economic policy Obama stated that he too was impatient almost begging for Americans to be patient, give him more time and then threw in, “it took time to free the slaves.”

What an arrogant and completely imbecilic statement made by a politician much less a President. Trying to compare his failing and disastrous agenda to the battle this country had in its infancy to free slaves is ludicrous at best. Especially when one understands that Obama’s agenda with government expansion and control over the private sector CREATES slaves to an over bearing government where individuals are made dependent to government rather than being free to prosper of their own accord.

Run on off to Camp David, BO, with your Tuscan sun-lamp. It will be over soon.



  1. mnrobot said,

    October 3, 2010 at 2:23 am

    I hear they sell Tuscan sun lamps at Camp David. They feature a past President’s picture with the inscription “Miss me yet?”

  2. KingShamus said,

    October 3, 2010 at 8:06 am

    Barack Obama has almost–almost–reached irrelevancy. He makes these ridiculous statements so divorced from reality and common sense. People are have taken note and are moving on from him. In the begining of his presidency, folks might’ve felt the need or duty to pay attention to the Duffer-In-Chief’s statements. Now…eh, not so much.

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