Obama loses the Left: suddenly, it's cool to bash Barack
Well, at least he's still got Sir Paul McCartney. At the White House last week, the 67-year-old crooner was gushing in much the same manner as his own groupies did at Shea Stadium in 1965. "I'm a big fan, he's a great guy," McCartney told American critics of President Barack Obama. "So lay off him, he's doing great."
Later, McCartney serenaded the First Lady with a rendition of Michelle and, receiving a prize from the Library of Congress, took a cheap shot at President George W Bush that was as unfunny as it was unoriginal. âAfter the last eight years, itâs great to have a president who knows what a library is.â Bush. Doesnât read books. Stupid. Geddit?
McCartney's banalities were an example of a transatlantic dissonance that is all too apparent these days. Whereas Europe is stuck in November 2008 and still hopelessly in love with Obama, Americans have got over the historic symbolism of it all...
Hey, that remark about Bumbling Bush was funny! But yes, even the Jewish population in the U.S. who many are unfortunately liberal, have become unhappy with Obama, e.g., Of course many of the writers in the World Jewish Review are not even Jewish, perhaps most aren't liberal, but here is one interesting opinion, Obama's chutzpah to Israel must stop
Zell Miller is one of the Democrats that I like. I would call him a conservative democrat. I call myself an independent conservative...but that usually means I vote Republican. I wouldn't bet on bammy not getting re-elected. I hope and pray that will be the case, and I'm glad to see the environmental nut jobs (although this time it is a legit disaster) and the homosexuals turn on Obama. However, even if it looks like it will be the Republican's election to lose right now a lot can change in two years. Espescially if 1. the Republicans don't put up a strong candidate. or 2. the conservative base gets split by a strong third party showing this year.
John Yurich USA wrote: I am a registered Democrat who is conservative in the sense that I am against abortion, against homosexuality, against tax increases and everything else that the Democrat Party stands for. I think like a Republican. So knock it off that I am not a Conservative Democrat.
Well John, it's like what I saw on a t-shirt- "99% of Democrats give the rest a bad name"
Mike wrote: Conservative Democrat is a contradiction, John. Like Christian Atheist.
I am a registered Democrat who is conservative in the sense that I am against abortion, against homosexuality, against tax increases and everything else that the Democrat Party stands for. I think like a Republican. So knock it off that I am not a Conservative Democrat.
John Yurich USA wrote: I am a Conservative Democrat and not a Liberal Democrat but I have been bashing Obama ever since he took the oath of office as president because Obama is insane and psychotic with his policies.
Conservative Democrat is a contradiction, John. Like Christian Atheist.
1 Timothy 2:1-3 I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;
Maybee the immature left is discovering that there really is such a thing as natural law and that the presedent really doesn't have the power to reverse the laws of nature. Yes the oil spill may have had a man made cause, but it's still oil from the earth that is leaking. Not to worry though. there are pleanty of leftist left that are ready to back the socialist programs he can control.