Monthly Archives: April 2009

"USA Today" says Bush focused on Iraq war his first 100 Days

USA Today recently reported on the sharp turn in the first 100 days that Obama has made from the Bush era. Says the USA Today, In his first 100 days in office, President Obama has not hesitated to chart a … Continue reading

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100 Days and Obama is in the Cellar

Today’s Washington Times has this to say: President Obama’s media cheerleaders are hailing how loved he is. But at the 100-day mark of his presidency, Mr. Obama is the second-least-popular president in 40 years. According to Gallup’s April survey, Americans … Continue reading

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Useful Idiots Praise Fidel Castro

It is said that Vladimir Lenin called Soviet sympathizers in Western countries “useful idiots” for unwittingly and unknowingly advancing the cause of communism. Cuba’s communist dictator Fidel Castro recently entertained his own group of “useful idiots; or as we are … Continue reading

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Obama Looks at Re-Polluting World to Save It

Let’s hope the good folks in Fargo, Cleveland and Denver are enjoying their winter because the Obama administration announced today that in order to combat global warming it is developing plans to make the world colder. President Obama’s new science … Continue reading

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A Kinder, Gentler War on Terror

In a childish attempt to erase “anything Bush”, the Obama administration has reached new heights of asinine liberal political correctness. By executive order the Obama administration has declared the term “War on Terror” will no longer be used. In its … Continue reading

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North Korea Tests Ballistic Missile and Obama

Last Sunday North Korea launched a two-stage Taepodong-2 missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. The New York Times called the North Korean missile launch a failure. The Times called it a failure because it didn’t actually blow up something … Continue reading

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