Obama is famous for his cool detachment. Only after Clinton lost, did his intelligence people persuade him to go public.
Now we read ‘the system worked.’ Yeah, ‘the system worked’ means DOJ f*cks with the president, and invariably gets away with it. Thank you, Robert Mueller, for the reminder.
Meantime, given the taxes the feds collect, we ought to expect more interesting entertainment from them. When you pay $150 to see a Broadway show, they try to give you your money’s worth. We ought to hold the feds to a higher standard.
Twenty-five quotes we will remember from Barack Obama’s years in the White House: “If you like your health care plan, …
Senate Democrats say they plan to mount a campaign of resistance against president-elect Trump’s cabinet appointees. Here’s a simple question …
Hillary Clinton should never, ever have tied her political career to President Obama’s, essentially saying she would give the nation Obama’s third term. Al Gore made a mistake when he did not ask President Clinton to campaign for him. Hillary Clinton made the opposite error.
“God is in charge of history. He asks us to work, to try, to pour ourselves out to make things better. But he is an actor in history also. He chastises and rescues, he intervenes in ways seen and unseen. Or chooses not to.”
Obama remarks to Stephen Colbert, as if it’s a joke, ‘To be honest, I still don’t know what my Nobel Peace Prize was for.’
The world watches as Assad and Putin destroy Aleppo. Only a few years ago, western leaders hoped resistance organized from Aleppo …
No president who refrains from open opposition to this slowly growing tyranny can ever succeed in fighting it. Moreover, when citizens accept leaders who follow the primary rule for political survival – don’t cross the national security state – citizens will never make a difference, no matter which way they vote.
For someone whose foreign policy credo is “Don’t do stupid stuff,” Obama has a fair amount of stupid stuff to explain.