Browsing All posts tagged under »OBAMA ATTITUDE«

What Obama Said on “The Daily Show”

October 28, 2010


President Barack Obama apparently thinks politics is no laughing matter, even when he’s staring down a comedian. Obama barely cracked any jokes during an appearance Wednesday on “The Daily Show” despite host Jon Stewart‘s attempts to draw out the president’s humorous side with a few of his own snarky wisecracks. Less than a week before […]

Obama tells the U.N. how Great he is

August 31, 2010


President Obama’s administration recently submitted a report to the United Nations on human rights in America. The 29-page report shows the nation badly flawed but fortunate to have a Nobel Prize winner as its leader. The report is billed as “a partial snapshot of the current human rights situation in the United States, including some […]

Obama’s Last Trip to London – He Took 500 Staff, 200 Secret Service Agents and Much More

July 27, 2010


I heard about this outrage just moments ago. It happened in March. What does that tell you about getting accurate coverage from the media. What does this say about who Obama cares about? And at what cost? SHAW     The heads of government in London this March, for the G-20 summit are discussing serious and weighty issues, […]

Obama’s ‘Chicago Way’ plunders the private sector

June 2, 2010


By Micheal Barone, WExaminer An interesting thing about Barack Obama is that he chose, on two occasions, to live in Chicago — even though he didn’t grow up there, had no family ties there, never went to school there. It was a curious choice. Chicago has a civic culture all its own and one that […]

Gloomy Obama would rather be a victim than a leader

March 18, 2010


By: Chris Stirewalt Wash Examiner People are noticing how little President Obama seems to enjoy his job. The president’s two main emotions on display are regret and indignation. He’s either lecturing about the problems facing the country in a slightly patronizing tone or expressing his disgust with someone who won’t take his lesson to heart. […]