Tuesday, May 25, 2010

"How long can a people remain a People when its leaders side with its foes?"

An absolutely first-rate question from Andrew McCarthy.
...for the first time in our history, we have a president who would be much more comfortable sitting in a room with Bill Ayers than sitting in a room with me. We have a governing class that is too often comfortable with anti-American radicals, with rogue and dysfunctional governments that blame America for their problems, and with Muslim Brotherhood ideologues who abhor individual liberty, capitalism, freedom of conscience, and, in general, Western enlightenment.
Worst. President. In. History.

(Photo gratefully swiped from Moonbattery)


Yojimbo said...

Well, quite awhile Andy.

The People are stronger than than government if we chose to be, and we seem to be in the process of doing just that. We haven't reached the point where we have lost the ability to react just quite yet. We are not Kuber yet.

So get your pampered little butt back under your bed until the smoke clears.

Yojimbo said...

I like that "undocumented Democrats" line. Rush is fond of saying that if the dems ever found that 70% of these individuals were voting Republican they would station snipers on the border to keep them out.

RebeccaH said...

How long can the People's leaders remain leaders if they side with the People's foes, is a better question. November, here we come. As for the boy-king, he's one and done in 2012. Even the liberals don't like him anymore.

And I've had enough of the Obama news on this bang-up Obama news day. I'm going out to yank weeds out of my garden with extreme prejudice, and I'm giving names to all of them while I'm doing it: Barry The Won, Belgium Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer-hitting-the-fan, John Memory-seared Kerry, traitor Joe Lieberman, etc.

prairiecat55kc said...

BarryO ain't no leader. He's an organizer/agitator. I've got more leadership ability in my foot than he has in his whole pathetic body.

mojo said...

"I'm not a member of any organized political party. I'm a Democrat."
-- Will Rodgers

Merilyn said...

Saw this on Andrew Bolt yesterday.
"Did Obama's heavies commit a crime?"
"Republican's and Democrats pressured the White House on Tuesday to disclose whether it offered a Federal job to Rep. Joe Sestak if he would have dropped his Senate primary challenge agaist Democrat incumbent Arlen Specter". That's not allowed is it?

Paco said...

Merilyn: I believe not. In fact, some people are arguing that it's an impeachable offense.