Archive for the ‘past tense’ Category

Biggest Obama Mistake … So Far

February 13, 2009

“What Barack Obama should have done….”  That’s how Obama supporter and true believer Geraldo Rivera started today during his TV commentary.

It’s tragic, really, when people speak about the President of the United States in the past tense after only a few weeks time.

Like he’s finished or irrelevant.  Like he’s already made the biggest mistake of his life.  The biggest mistake of his presidency.

The stimulus is already a national joke.  People not only fail to believe it will work: they are disgusted by the conduct of their elected representatives and the process used to formulate this bill.

Stimulus Proves Obama (And The NYT) Doesn’t Understand What “Bipartisanship” Means; Or Doesn’t Care

Al Sharpton is angry on the left.  And Al D’Amato is angry on the right.

Between those two poles we the average voters are left without recourse or hope, in large measure.

People are already saying the good living they enjoyed in America most of their lives may be a thing of the past.

Mike Huckabee, former Republican governor of Arkansas, sitting with Geraldo Rivera this morning, wondered if his children and grand children will enjoy the America of his youth again.  Or maybe it is now lost forever….

Stimulus: “This is an oink oink bill” 
 Despite Stimulus, Economists’ Hopes for Second-Half Recovery Fade
Obama: No Vision as Foundation to Spending; Except Maybe Socialism

Schumer Says Americans Don’t Care About Pork Spending