Headline News — There’s disorder all around, Mr. President, where does the buck stop?


PONDER THIS:          

1.  “How do you ask a man to be the last man to die in Vietnam?” — John Kerry said way back when.        

2.  “How do you ask a man to be the last man to die in Afghanistan, Sen. Kerry?:    — Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Sen. John Kerry  needs to answer that question given that he seems to have doubts about President Obama’s conduct of the war over there, a war his party seems to have mishandled —  while precious American blood and treasure  wastes…

Is he helping set up a trial-balloon exit strategy so that regardless of the circumstances on the ground victory can be declared in Afghanistan?   

3.  Illegal Immigration has fallen mainly because the economy has fallen, here — not because of extraordinary efforts by the administration to seal the border?

4.  The coalition that elected the president and the Congressional majority is falling apart? — so the push to stir up the voting blocs is intensified (such as within the NAACP and among other  groups), all geared to keeping political power in November?

5.  Courtland Milloy, Washington Post: “…If white people didn’t insist on being white, there would be no such thing as race.”…  

Huh?!  Interesting viewpoint, but “coo coo” thinking (see also “Coo Coo…” post, June 30, 2010, this page)…  Just another effort by some in the press to bring about divisions among people, for political expediency leading up to November?

6.  Europe is upset with the Obama Administration?  / Tax funded abortions on the way? / Poll numbers down? / stimulus money for double agent? /and more problems coming?

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4 Responses

  1. If Mr. Bush was president right now John Kerry would be saying Bush was not leading right and the troops needed to come home right away. He takes it easy on Mr. Obama.

  2. Those who are racist seldom do.

  3. “… if white people didn’t insist on being white, there would be no such thing as race …”

    What a load of hypocritical garbage. If you read the article, Mr. Milloy demonstrates as much, if not more, racism and intolerance as any of the groups and individuals whom he hysterically labels.

    If your turned his statement into ” if black people didn’t insist on being black …….. “, do you honestly think that he would not be overcome with outrage?

    One thing for sure, if so-called “journalists” refrained from bigoted, racist, divisive rants – or even gave diminished news space to such activities – racial intolerance would be less prominent.

    • ” if black people didn’t insist on being black …….. “, do you honestly think that he would not be overcome with outrage?
      Yes, it would be interesting to see his reaction, as you indicate… Seems he has not thought things through…

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