Friday, June 1, 2012

President Obama to Bill Clinton: “Stop helping me”

Bill Clinton commends Romney’s experience as a businessman and as a governor.

And Roger L. Simon has had enough.
But what we have may be worse than Cloward–Piven. It’s accidental Cloward-Piven. Cloward-Piven out of ineptitude.

I don’t need to see Obama’s hidden college grades. I know he’s a failure.

I don’t need to read The Amateur. I know he’s an amateur.

The sad thing is we are all paying for it — not to mention our children and our children’s children.

We’re not about to become Greece. We are Greece. Those of us who live in California are already Greece squared.

Liberalism is not only dead, it’s decomposed. We’d better inter it this November or we are all fools.
Amen to that, brother. The problem is, we don’t have to all be fools for the nightmare to continue. Just 50%+1 of us. Not by any means a safe call these days.


JeffS said...

Makes me wonder if Bubba is still miffed at being benched in the DNC, save for the occasional foray into the world.

RebeccaH said...

I think Bill Clinton and Joe Biden both are slyly sabotaging Obama with their disingenuous remarks. After all, nobody knows how to twist the knife better than Clinton, and Biden can always hide behind his doofus persona.

rinardman said...

Too many DINOs & independents that only see the "good Obama" presented by the media. And don't look for the reports from the other side, about the real Obama.

blogstrop said...

After the election the left media and all the crazy street protest people will revert to criticising the Administration rather than the opposition. The USA suffers from acute "divided house" dysfunctionality, and I fear Australia has gone down the same road.