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Saturday, December 12, 2009

New Low For Obama

 
 

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via Power Line by John on 12/12/09

In today's Rasmussen survey, President Obama scores his lowest "approval index" so far, at -16. Currently, 25% of voters strongly approve of Obama's performance in office, while 41% strongly disapprove.

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One gets the feeling that the Democrats are desperately trying to enact their far-left agenda before they are ridden out of Washington on a rail.


 
 

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After Seeing This, I'm Never Whining About My Computer Freezing Again [Image Cache]


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After Seeing This, I'm Never Whining About My Computer Freezing Again [Image Cache]

Earlier I stared helplessly at my computer, eyes filling with frustrated tears as I desperately wiggled the mouse, hoping for something to move on the screen. Yes, my computer froze. But I won't complain about it after seeing this photo.

Now I'll just be happy that my frozen screen only required a restart and not a defrosting. [Thanks, Josh!]










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Sarah Palin Lays the Smackdown on William Shatner


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Sarah Palin Lays the Smackdown on William Shatner

From a recent episode of The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien:







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Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Obama faces dilemma in Nobel speech


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Obama faces dilemma in Nobel speech

President Obama has delivered his share of challenging speeches, tackling race and his relationship with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. in the heat of the 2008 campaign, pitching his health care overhaul plan to a skeptical Congress in September, and, just last week, explaining to an anxious nation his decision to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan. This week, Mr. Obama will face perhaps his most daunting oratorical challenge: accepting a Nobel Peace Prize even as he presides over two wars. The president heads to Oslo on Wednesday with the additionally awkward burden of receiving the honor even though few ...


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Monday, December 07, 2009

Cover-up at the Obama-Holder Justice Department


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Cover-up at the Obama-Holder Justice Department

This Washington Times editorial brings us up-to-date on the growing scandal at the Obama-Holder Justice Department over the New Black Panther case. As the Times reminds us, that case involves paramilitary-garbed Panthers caught on videotape engaged in intimidating activities outside a Philadelphia polling booth on Election Day 2008. A judge was ready to enter a default judgment against the Black Panthers, based on a case brought by career Justice Department attorneys, but the Obama administration decided last spring to drop three of the four cases and punish the final one with only a weak injunction.



Now the Justice Department is attempting to cover its tracks on this matter. Thus, last week it ordered two key career attorneys not to comply with a subpoena about the case issued by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. The Commission has the power to issue subpoenas, and the law requires that "all federal agencies shall cooperate fully with the Commission." The Justice Department, however, is citing its own regulations as a basis for ignoring the subpoena.



The career DOJ attorneys are caught in the middle. According to the Times, one of them has been advised by his personal attorney that failure to comply with the subpoena could put him at risk of prosecution, although presumably not during the tenure of the Obama administration.



In addition, congressional Republicans are accusing Thomas Perez, head of the Civil Rights Division, of not telling the truth while under oath. Perez testified before Congress that, in the case of the one New Black Panther thug against whom charges were not dropped, "the maximum penalty was sought and obtained." That penalty, says the Times, consisted of an injunction barring him from brandishing a weapon near a polling place, within Philadelphia, through Nov. 15, 2012.



It's difficult to imagine that this was the maximum penalty available, and the Times maintains that it was not. First, the injunction could have been broader geographically and could have run for a longer period of time. Second, if DOJ had sought a criminal indictment, Title 18, Section 245 of the U.S. Code provides that those found guilty of voter intimidation "shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned not more than one year, or both."



The more the Obama-Holder Justice Department covers us and dissembles, the more traction this story is likely to get. And the chances are not inconsiderable that Republicans will obtain congressional subpoena power at some not too distant point in the future. But perhaps the truth is sufficiently damaging that merely delaying it from being revealed is well worth the price.



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Liberal tries to throw tomatoes at Palin in Mall of America from second story, misses by ten feet and hits two police officers in face. Now with felony mugshot goodness [Fail]



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I promised you an election

http://punditkitchen.com/2009/12/07/political-pictures-mahmoud-ahmedinejad-promised-election/



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This reminds me of a tiny woman I once saw in a toilet bowl

http://failblog.org/2009/12/07/sticker-fail-2/



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Sunday, December 06, 2009

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