Posts Tagged ‘bipartisanship’

After Bin Laden: The War on Terror and the Direction of U.S. Foreign Policy

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

By Dr. Brian K. Clardy, Murray State University

By now, Osama Bin Laden has gotten used to his new lodgings in Hell, and those of us among the five billion grateful terrestrial beings that survived his bloody reign of horror are  all the better for it.

President Barack Obama, his key staff, intelligence officials, and the military personnel responsible for bringing this sick being to his demise are to be congratulated, celebrated, and applauded. But I am keeping the champagne on ice for now, because post Five-One-Eleven American foreign policy objectives are yet to be clarified. Moreover, there does not seem to be any type of credible bipartisan consensus in Washington on the way forward as the United States seeks to craft a pragmatic diplomacy.



Essentially Un-American

Saturday, April 16th, 2011


Mr. “Unifier, not a divider” has decided to lead from the rear. With this liberal, “division” seems to be the only mathematical function that he understands. Obama came out last night sprinkling fascist fairy dust into the air, boldly ignoring his fundamental blame for virtually everything that is wrong with today’s America while also going all John Kerry. All in all, it was the typical speech that one would expect from a collectivist coward who refuses to take the responsibility for his actions. Which is what we have to expect from a liberal who was weaned on the liberal “blameless” socialist syllabus. They never let you down.

In an article covering Obama’s embarrassing display, we read that “the immediate political goal was to inoculate the White House from criticism that it is not serious about the fiscal crisis.” ( “The Presidential Divider” Online WSJ dot com 04/14/2011) A thousand gallons of progressive penicillin couldn’t “inoculate” this country from the socialist syphilis that Obama has unleashed upon this once great nation. By the way, Obama is completely “serious” about the “fiscal crisis,” he and his liberal cohorts have CREATED the “fiscal crisis,” they were quite “serious” about it and they have done such a fine job of it to boot.

How “serious” was Obama about manufacturing this “fiscal crisis”? Obama “ignored the deficit commission last year and he tossed off a $3.73 trillion budget in February that increased spending amid a record deficit of $1.65 trillion.” Not only is that “serious,” that is someone decidedly focused upon the INTENTIONAL destruction of what generations of great Americans have painstakingly created and nurtured.



But It Has Bipartisan Support: Rand Paul Grills Bureaucrat

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011



A friend recently directed my attention to a YouTube video clip of a U.S. Senate hearing in which newly elected Senator, Rand Paul, unloaded a barge of righteous indignation on a bureaucrat from one of those multitude of federal agencies that seem determined to regulate every facet of our lives. While Senator Paul’s grilling of Kathleen Hogan from the Department of Energy was enjoyable enough to watch, I found Ms. Hogan’s response to the Senator to be the most telling part of the video.



Coming Attractions

Friday, February 12th, 2010

comingsoonBy LARRY WILKE

This week the recent Obama epiphany known as the “spirit of bi-partisanship” reared its unattractive head of serpents as his hilarious health scare scam has been “modified” and it is now called “Hope-a-Dope.” (Liberal language softener 1.0 primer: When “global warming” failed, try climate change.”) When the liberals, who used to be enabled by the flatulence of “Hope and Change,” start walking around with olive branches in their hand, you know that it is something that they HAVE to do and as with every maneuver that is carefully choreographed by the leftists, it’s all for effect.



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