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June 23, 2009

How to Pose and Kill Time While the World Erupts

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Sorry, that picture above is terribly unfair. Comrade Obama hasn't been fiddling while Iran burns. He's been playing golf

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…and feeding ice cream to his dog.

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Meanwhile, Neda Agha Soltan was getting shot up on the street by the folks Obama wants to party with on the Fourth. Any buyer's remorse yet, moonbats?

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Iran's lovely Angel of Freedom.

On tips from Burning Hot.

Posted by Van Helsing at June 23, 2009 9:08 AM

Comments

It is funny to see that the secret service had to label the golf cart for the two imbeciles.

Posted by: Stephana at June 23, 2009 9:32 AM

Any buyer's remorse yet, moonbats?

Nah, I am sure our resident moonbats will just proclaim this all as evidence of how much of genius the Lightworker is, and how all of what appears to us rubes to be the self-indulgent narcissism of a politician cynically hustling out his daughters for a Father's Day photo op while the Mullahs he wants to appease shoot and bludgeon their citizens in the streets --- is, in fact, all part of the genius by which his sublime intellect will ... how did Mark Morford put it... "usher in a new way of being on the planet."

Jim Jones had people lining up to drink the Kool-Aid. L. Ron Hubbard had celebrities fork over millions based on the notion that their unhappiness was caused by an evil Galactic Overlord. Obama's followers are not really that much different.

Posted by: Gregory of Yardale at June 23, 2009 9:36 AM

here is what the media thinks about Obama playing golf

click my: Media Cheer Obama's Golf Outings; Criticized Republicans' Trips to Course

Posted by: blue at June 23, 2009 10:41 AM

Oh my sweet dear fucking goodness, was that Mark Morford article a spoof?

Posted by: O Muorto Che Pparla at June 23, 2009 10:47 AM

At least riding with Scranton Joe probably spoiled BO's golf outing.

Posted by: forest at June 23, 2009 10:51 AM

Caption for the ice cream photo courtesy of Paul Simon:
"I need a photo-opportunity
I want a shot at redemption
Don't want to end up a cartoon
In a cartoon graveyard"

(too late for that!)

Said Obama to the Secret Service Agent assigned to golfing duty (also courtesy of Paul Simon): "If you'll be my bodyguard I can be your long lost pal"

Posted by: Graycat at June 23, 2009 11:09 AM

I wonder if they checked his drivers license before they rented him that cart.

Posted by: Eric at June 23, 2009 11:25 AM

I also wonder if they got a credit card imprint, too...

Posted by: SK at June 23, 2009 11:50 AM

Anyone see his press conference today? When asked about what's going on in Iran his response was to see what happens as this plays out. In other words he has no clue.

THE KING HAS NO CLOTHES!!!

What a WIMP!

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 12:16 PM

'Duh Won' should have his safety helmet on driving that thing so recklessly.

My heart goes out to Neda and her family, their friends and fellow Iranians who want a little freedom.

The image of 0 yucking it up with the ice cream cone, looking exactly childish, as Neda was losing her life, makes me want to vomit.

Posted by: We Are So Screwed at June 23, 2009 12:47 PM

Someone is losing their life every minute. Should he be observing each and every one of those with a minute of silence?

As you've pointed out many times (although I'm not sure who you're trying to convice .... yourselves?) He is not God. He can't do everything.

Although my guess is that if the news were that there was an attack on American soil, and that thousands of our own were dying, he'd not be reading a children's story.

NOW you see why that we comment on THAT incident so much perhaps? Now don't be hypocrites. You said that Bushies mistake on that day was not important, and here you go in the opposite direction on a much smaller issue.

Hmmm.

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 12:58 PM

"as Neda was losing her life"

What makes me want to vomit is that you're acting as though you know her personally. You were on a first name basis with her?

What about all the other untelevised deaths which you were doubtless eating ice cream as they breathed their last?

Maybe he should he have put on that superhero costume from the jibjab cartoon the other day? Oh wait, your point on that one was that he's NOT a superhero. Perhaps you're the one who needs convincing?

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 1:03 PM

Oh, now I remember what you were doing ... making stupid photoshop images of our president fiddling in front of a riot.

Changing the world one idiotic photoshop image at a time.

Keep up the good fight!

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 1:04 PM

Anon you are under the obabaspell put down the kool-aid and step away from mommy's computer. Good boy.

Posted by: Farmer Ted at June 23, 2009 1:11 PM

Anon - sorry it makes you so sick that I feel for a girl who was murdered, even though I didn't know her. It's called compassion. You might learn it someday.

I watched her horrible death on that video and it broke my heart.

If you find that some terrible fault that deserves me an ass-chewing from you, then that says much more about you than me, buddy.

Posted by: We Are So Screwed at June 23, 2009 1:19 PM

Geez, Anon, we know you're a drone, but even you should have some sense of what a dweeb your Savior is -- a full week now, and not a peep about support for the (mostly kids) who seek even a modicum of freedom in the mullahocracy that is Iran. France, Germany, even Canada (Canada, for God's sake!) have spoken out; but not little Barry, who's afraid he might piss off Achma-nutjob and thus have no opportunity to "negotiate" with the nutjob when the time comes ("Hey, Mahmood, let's get rid of those nuclear weapons, okay? How 'bout it?" "Why, sure, Barry, sure -- not a problem; glad to cooperate! Anything you want [you dolt]!").

Best of luck with all that "hope" and "change," bud! 01.20.13: Change We Can Believe In.

Posted by: jc14 at June 23, 2009 1:22 PM

Another anonypussy troll that just can't let go of hating Bush.

Anon do you realize that after 9/11 we were not attacked again. Now that we have this weak ass leader that you call president I'm not so sure that we are going to be as safe. Bush is no longer the president in case you don't know which means that the ball is in Obama's court.

Do as Farmer Ted says before your mommy beats your pinko ass.

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 1:23 PM

You know, I sick and moth@#$(!@#%*ing tired of every anonypussy troll dragging out the thing about Bush not jumping up out of the room in front of a bunch of grade-schoolers and adding to the national panic the very second he was told that a second plane had hit the second tower.

Do us all a favor and watch at least the first few minutes of this, will ya?


http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=9087291936502859172&hl=en

Posted by: hiram at June 23, 2009 1:38 PM

I don't know where you're reading your news jc14. He's been speaking out and continues to do so.

I "hope" that one of the main "changes" is that we won't be rushing headlong into another war.

"after 9/11 we were not attacked again" — closing the barn door after the cow has escaped Dave. We'd already been spanked.

By your avoidance of the comparison, I see that you now understand the irritation with Bush after he did nothing that whole time. Thanks for finally coming around on that one.

"an ass-chewing from you" what I said hardly qualifies. You're condemning him for getting an ice cream while someone he had no knowledge of was dying. I say it just happens constantly. I don't take anything away from her, her death is horrible.

I simple say that there are many other horrible deaths and this one was put into clear focus for you. I think its fine to talk about it and bring attention to the situation, but that you condemn him for living while she dies is ridiculous.

That he happened to be eating an ice cream is just the horrible circumstance you find in the situation. YOU diminish her death by making these two things happen at once (they didn't)

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 1:39 PM

Anon I thought mommy told you to get off the computer but since you're still here,here's the point. The situation in Iran is critical and instead of being in the White House monitoring the situation he went out for a photo-op,umm I mean an ice cream cone. Now do you get it?

Posted by: Farmer Ted at June 23, 2009 1:49 PM

More liberal hypocracy from anonypussy...a college boy!

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 1:51 PM

So, the left-wing moonbats are retconning their previous position of "It's smart for Obama to say nothing" to "He's been condemning this the whole time!"

Whatever...

Posted by: V the K at June 23, 2009 1:55 PM

Again I say, by "monitoring the situation" he should be ready to don his cape and fly there to save the day? He should order our already spent and spread out troops into another country?

Do you get it? What SHOULD be done? So besides being glued to the TV "monitoring the situation" (I'm betting his breifing was better than any info we have access to) and speaking out against the violence (check) just what is it you'd like done?

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 1:59 PM

"What makes me want to vomit is that you're acting as though you know her personally."

Why the hell would that make you want to vomit? You have severe emotional problems, buddy. If this sort of thing bothers you so much, do yourself a favour and give the Diary of Anne Frank a miss.

Posted by: O Muorto Che Pparla at June 23, 2009 2:12 PM

Start with consulting other countries and implement sanction is a start Anonpussy.

When you compare Bush and Obama you are comparing apples to oranges.

You aren't the sharpest tool in the shed yet you are a tool.

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 2:16 PM

Anon - YOU assume I only care about Neda's death. Twice now you've assumed and decided that I have never cared about anyone else who was killed, murdered, died, whatever, until I saw the video of Neda's murder.

Are you still in gradeschool or do you just like to make up things in your mind about people and judge them accordingly?

Maybe you would be upset if your god 0bama would have been reading My pet Goat to children when Neda died.

HYPOCRIT, you are.

Now, please do me a favor and kindly piss off.

Posted by: We Are So Screwed at June 23, 2009 2:20 PM

Are you anonymice for real? You can't seriously defend the President on this issue.
Iran is going up in flames. Iran is a brutal dictatorship. Iran is a genuine 100% threat to world peace. What is happening there may be a big chapter in world history and the President chooses to adopt an easy relaxed pose? That ice-cream business was a deliberate gesture - see how unconcerned I am?
He had the (for him) extreme misfortune to adopt this pose when the killing suddenly became personal in that we saw it with our own eyes - a person with a name, a person doing nothing violent or vicious. Her death encapsulated the horrors of this mad regime. But he would not have had that if he had foregone the folksy family pose for the time being.
His strongest remark as it developed was that the world was watching. It was. It is watching the US,
"Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival and the success of liberty."
That is what the world was wanting to hear. Instead what they heard was the price is too high, the burden too heavy, the hardship too demanding, the friend too weak, the foe too strong
and let's not push this democracy/liberty thing too far.

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 2:20 PM

http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com/2009/06/iranian-hero-human-rights-activist.html

Noted Iranian Activist Kianoosh Sanjari: "The People of Iran Will Not Forgive Obama For Siding With the Regime"

Posted by: O Muorto Che Pparla at June 23, 2009 2:27 PM

Ironic how people calling themselves "Democrats" don't seem to be supportive of, you know, democracy.

Posted by: V the K at June 23, 2009 2:36 PM

They aren't democrats.....they're socialists.

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 2:39 PM

"Although my guess is that if the news were that there was an attack on American soil, and that thousands of our own were dying, he'd not be reading a children's story.
"Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 12:58 PM"

The President is visiting a gradeschool in florida when he is informed that a passenger plane has flown into the World trade Center.
NOW: just what would Hopey McChange have done? What would YOU have done?

Bush remained calm and ordered his staff to collect more information and get the cars ready to leave while he finished his reading and made appoligies. this is what is known as LEADERSHIP. He knew that there were people who could handle things WITHOUT HIM untill he could contact the NY Police, Fire department, Govenor and Mayor and get their reports on the situation. It wsn't untill the SECOND plane strike that ANYONE knew that it was a sneak attack by hostile forces. That's why it's called "a sneak attack", no one is supposed to know about it except for the ones who plan and carry it out.

Posted by: KHarn at June 23, 2009 2:41 PM

Hiram, that video really makes anon's assertions about Bush's behavior on 9-11 look stupid. Thanks for posting it.

Posted by: Judith M. at June 23, 2009 2:43 PM

Obamamessiah finally says world 'appalled' by Iran brutality
At news conference, he criticizes 'threats, beatings and imprisonments'

pmsnbc.com staff and news service reports
updated

WASHINGTON - After a brief respite tending to the business of the country in feeding his new playful pooch ice cream, fiddling, and golfing, President Barack Obama on Tuesday joined belatedly the other leaders of the world to wrist-slap and criticize Iran for cracking down on protesters, declaring that the United States and the entire world are "appalled and outraged" — the first peep we’ve heard that he might be on the side of the uprising as pressure from Republican critics mounts at home that accuses him of being too squishy-soft, delicate and passive.

Obama yawningly condemned the "threats, beatings and imprisonments of the last few days."

"I strongly condemn these unjust actions," he added, “but am not sure I want to upset the Mullah’s, or to pay this, or any foreign matter undue attention and distract my valuable attention away from the important work of ramming nationalized healthcare and global warming legislation down the American people’s necks this summer … before enough people can find out too much about them.”

"I have, uhh, uhh, uhh, made it clear that the United States, ahh, respects the sovereignty of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and is by no means in any way by my assertions attempting to, ahh, interfere in Iran's affairs or to disrupt Iran’s courageous plans to peacefully pursue development of the nuclear energy that the people of Iran so desperately need," Obama said without teleprompter. "But, but, but, but, but, but, but, but, but, but, we must also bear witness to the courage and dignity of the Iranian people, and to a remarkable opening within Iranian society. And, ah, uhhh, umm, you see, ahh, we, ahh, deplore violence against innocent civilians anywhere that it takes place. But, anyway, when the dust settles over there, we’ll be ready to sit down at the table immediately with whatever anti-American, anti-Semetic government faction emerges. Y’all be nice to each other over there, ya here."

Cites woman who died

Obama noted the killing of a young woman, Neda Agha Soltan, whose apparent shooting death was captured on video and circulated worldwide.
"We have seen courageous women stand up to brutality and threats, and we have experienced the searing image of a woman bleeding to death on the streets," Obama said. "While this loss is raw and painful, we also know this: Those who stand up for justice are always on the right side of history. But, but, but, but, but, but, but, this is a matter best left to the Iranian sovereignty and we won’t interfere with that, no matter how high the price."

Asked if he still was hoping to start talks with Iran on issues like its nuclear program, Dear Leader replied that the U.S. would do what it could to help Iran develop its needed nuclear energy program, but would be very upset if that technology were applied to developing nuclear weapons.

Obama didn't rule out shifting U.S. strategy, to try to sound a little tougher.

"We are going to monitor and see how this plays itself out before we make any hasty adjustments about how we proceed," the president said. “I am going to appoint former Sen. George Mitchell to lead a blue-ribbon, by-partisan panel with former Sec. Madeline Not-All-sobright to study the matter over the next year or so, funded by stimulus funds.”

Obama said the United States has provided a path for Iran to reach out to the international community and engage with global powers, and would be pleased if they would just play fair.

"It is up to them to make a decision about whether they choose that path, not up to the US to do anything foolish like bomb their nuclear weapons cites or assist Israel in doing so," Obama said. He added that the outlook "obviously is not encouraging in terms of the path that this regime may choose to take, but, as Yogi Berra once said as to what to do when he came to a fork in the road, he’d take it -- that is what I would ask our Iranian comrades to do."

'Entirely consistent'

Obama forcefully countered the idea that he's been slow to forcefully respond to Iran's violent crackdown on dissent.
"I don't think that's accurate," Obama said. "Track what I've been saying in the last day or so."
The president said he quickly responded after the election results and after violence broke out in the streets of Tehran after his doggie ice cream photo-op, and that his administration has frequently condemned infringements on the freedom of assembly and speech for Iranians, but not as "rudely" as former administrations.
"We've been entirely consistent," Obama said.
NBC's Chuck Todd asked the president to spell out what consequences Iran might face if its crackdown continues.
Obama refused since "we don't know how this will play out. I know everyone here is on a 24-hour news cycle. I am not, but I am concerned with the Rasmussen poll. You guys are still going to cover my back, aren’t you? Well aren’t I still your god?"


Posted by: GhostofJournalism at June 23, 2009 2:44 PM

Obama is speaking of Iran as if it was in his words "A Debate" WTF? Obama's understanding of what is taking place is nothing short of what a urnial cake is for.. and Obama is just that a unrinal cake One side is debating? With what? Guns and death Where the other side is out gunned and murdered, yea thats a debate alright.

Posted by: So What at June 23, 2009 2:56 PM

Obama is speaking of Iran as if it was in his words "A Debate" WTF? Obama's understanding of what is taking place is nothing short of what a urnial cake is for.. and Obama is just that a unrinal cake One side is debating? With what? Guns and death Where the other side is out gunned and murdered, yea thats a debate alright.

Posted by: So What at June 23, 2009 2:59 PM

All the liberal trolls that post here show just how out of touch with reality they really are.

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 3:19 PM

To KHarn's point, that leftist crap about Bush on 9/11 has always ...uh...gotten my goat (sorry), for several reasons.

First, anyone with a scintilla of leadership knows not to freak out under exigent circumstances, but to stop and think first. When Obama gets his chance - and he will - I'm betting he wets himself.

Second, we don't know exactly what Bush was told. In all likelihood, it was something like, "Mr. President, we have unconfirmed reports of a plane flying into the World Trade Center in New York. We're following up now seeking confirmation and further information." Those were the first reports I saw, and initially it wasn't apparent a) that it was a passenger plane, and b) that it was a terrorist attack.

Third, leftists act as though they expected Bush and/or Cheney to race outside and man an anti-aircraft gun. Whisking both to undisclosed locations, once it became clear that it was a coordinated terrorist attack, was only prudent and sensible, since the President and VP would be obvious high profile targets. (In the same situation I hope Obama does the same thing. Actually, I expect the Secret Service insists on this in any case.) Even going back to the Lincoln assassination, the conspirators had planned to kill not only the President but the VP, the Secretary of State, and the Secretary of War. To remain in the expected place while an attack is in progress would be madness.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at June 23, 2009 3:29 PM

In fairness, I don't consider either Obama or Biden to be an imbecile. Quite the contrary. I don't think that Obama is as bright as the MSM would like us to believe, but I don't believe he's a dope either.

Having said that, given the momentous events in Iran, perhaps photo ops of Obama playing golf while pro-democracy demonstrators are being gunned down in the streets was a poor decision.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at June 23, 2009 3:32 PM

Wonder if 0bamaites just want us to believe that Irans election was an absolutely fair example of "Democracy" in action and that the demonstrators, such as Neda, are just pesky unpatriotic "Tea-Bagger", having their silly "Tea Parties".

Posted by: We Are So Screwed at June 23, 2009 3:41 PM

"Third, leftists act as though they expected Bush and/or Cheney to race outside and man an anti-aircraft gun."

That's exactly my point with bringing it up! Crisis during a photo op. Except in the previous cicrumstance it was much more dire.

It was fine then ... but not now? Getting it yet?

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 3:54 PM

WTF!!! Are you a college freshman? This president has taken little if any action to support freedom in Iran. You would think he would consult with others and bring about sanctions or help to freeze Iranian assets but nooooooo, he so chicken shit that he wants to wait and see how it plays out.

You don't get it! Bush is not the president anymore so stop making excuses for the short comings of your God Obama.

Get of the computer before your mommy finds out!

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 4:17 PM

My last post was @ you Anonypussy!

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 4:18 PM

Dave, I don't know why you're surprised at all. According to you Obama isn't even for freedom in this country. Why would he worry about it in another country?

Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 4:33 PM

You are a college boy. Let me ask you a question: Would you rather have a Islamic hard line Iranian government that threatens Israel and peace in the region or would you rather have a reform government that wants to co-operate with the rest of the world and wants to be part of the community of nation? It would be to our advantage as well as the rest of the world to support the people. We have a great oportunnity here college boy.

You are right about one thing...this administration wants to take freedom away. All you have to do is pay attention on how we are being taxed. Come back to reality anonypussy because your views are naive.

Posted by: Dave at June 23, 2009 4:52 PM

That's exactly my point with bringing it up! Crisis during a photo op. Except in the previous cicrumstance it was much more dire.
It was fine then ... but not now? Getting it yet?
Posted by: Anonymous at June 23, 2009 3:54 PM

That wasn't your point at all Too Stupid to know who I am so I post as Anonymous.

With Bush it was the first few minutes. All he knew was that a plane had crashed into the Twin Towers.

You are nothing but a partisan political hack, Too stupid to know who I am so I post as Anonymous.

Posted by: Kevin R at June 23, 2009 4:56 PM

Except, in the Teleprompter Messiah's case, the crisis was already happening before he did the photo op.

Dumbass.

Posted by: V the K at June 23, 2009 5:49 PM

Dumbass.
Posted by: V the K at June 23, 2009 5:49 PM

Dumbass is right, V the K. We used to get the garden variety of loud mouthed Leftwing bigots here like "G" was. Now we are subjected to smear artist partisan political hacks and dissembling socialist con men.

Posted by: Kevin R at June 23, 2009 6:01 PM

Kevin, while I do not have the patience for dissecting all the comments here, it is unfair to call people "partisan artists". I am flattered on the artist part, but take a look around, we as a country are engulfed in political butchery.Look no further than "Neo-Con", "He's a Muslim", "Republicans are evil", and "he was not born here"...it's nonsense. While I arrived here after after my girl Stephanie Miller was attacked and then urged to return by who pays me, some of you are not arrogant right-wing.

Kevin, we are probably worlds apart on Obama's response to Iran, but we can agree (I hope?)that we stand together on supporting the people protesting. My question is, what do we accomplish by tearing a new President during this conflict in another country? I mourn for the lost lives, and praise the uprising, but does it not undermine their cause if we use them as political tool?

Posted by: Ghost of Wellstone at June 23, 2009 6:59 PM

...if we use them as political tool?

You've lost me on this one. To be used as a political tool would be a very cynical thing.

Explain how we would use them as a political tool.


Posted by: Kevin R at June 23, 2009 7:42 PM

It is a figure of speech, but to use "support" or lack of to throw BS at Obama or his stance undermines their ambition for change in Iran. Neither the left or right can take credit for, or diminish those goals by getting into a war of "which words are most forceful". We have to be realistic.

Posted by: Ghost of Wellstone at June 23, 2009 8:39 PM

...arrived here after after my girl Stephanie Miller was attacked and then urged to return by who pays me...
Posted by: Ghost of Wellstone at June 23, 2009 6:59 PM

...and then urged to return by he who pays me...

No doubt a figure of speech as well.

Google search: Stephanie Miller.


Posted by: Kevin R at June 23, 2009 9:13 PM

That is (was) a very beautiful young lady. Looks a lot like my daughter. Anyone with a conscience hurts that she was murdered by lunatics for her effort to speak freely. The fact that liberals don't feel that pain is quite telling.

It appears that, to liberals, Kent State was a tragedy - but Iran doesn't matter because it is "somewhere else". Very telling, indeed.

"Liberal compassion" is on display.

Absolutely sickening.

Posted by: Jimbo at June 23, 2009 9:18 PM

I just saw clips of the liberal's little god denying he was "unconcerned". While he reminded people (twice) that he was POTUS and was attempting to convey completely unconvincing "outrage" - I noted his lips were blue.

I've seen that with him before - when he's lying his lips turn blue. But, on the bright side - he only lies when his mouth is open.

Posted by: The Abortionist at June 23, 2009 10:09 PM

Ghost of Wellstone, pardon me, but that quote should actually be:

...and then urged to return by who pays me...

I'm only on the side of Liberty, Ghost of Wellstone. I'm not "urged" by anyone. One thing I know for certain, Ghost of Wellstone, there never would have been a United States of America if France hadn't thrown in for her. Though France at the time was only trying to best England that doesn't mean that there would have been a Free France if America hadn't sided with the Allies, there never would have been any beacon of hope in the world during those dark days if America hadn't stood up for freedom and Liberty. There never would have been the tearing down of the Iron Curtain if America hadn't given people hope that there is something to fight and stand up for. And the same goes for today. We are living in very interesting times, Ghost of Wellstone; unfortunately for us, we are living in very interesting times. Personally, I don't want to live in interesting times. But there is only one thing for an honest person to do, sir. And that is to stand on principle as individuals and that requires for the country to stand on principle and voice what is right and what is wrong.

Equivocation in any time is foolish, in our time equivocation of principles is deadly to us all.


Posted by: Kevin R at June 23, 2009 10:16 PM

Any buyer's remorse yet, moonbats?

Like BHusseinO, the moonbats in general are torn by the turn of events in Iran. Because:

1. They know not coming in support of the protesters makes them look bad,

2. They don't want to waste the opportunity to take credit for it in case the revolution succeeds.

But

3. They support the Islamic regime, because they think it's come-uppance for the "CIA-orchestrated coup" against Mossadegh in the 50's (and some of them think this one is more of the same),

4. They support the Islamic regime, because they support anyone who wishes to mass-murder the Jews (or to use the code: "Zionists").

The conflict is a palpable one.

Posted by: Conservigilant at June 24, 2009 4:54 AM

Google search: Stephanie Miller.

Stephanie Miller is shrill, no talent, left-wing talk show host. She used to be on in the DC area, but I don't know if she still is. I caught her act a few times. Imagine a clean and sober Randi Rhodes; all the lefty condescension, snark, and rote talking points, without any of the entertaining dysfunction.

Posted by: V the K at June 24, 2009 5:16 AM

Google search?

Hey, try Bing--it surprised me. But, that search engine actually works very well and saves time over google and yahoo. It might be that it is just more in tune with the words I use--but, I like it. I seem to get the item I am looking for right at the front instead of buried 15 items deep on page 6.

Posted by: SnowSnake at June 24, 2009 6:10 AM

Consider this a teeth-gnashing, hand-wringing...

Kitty Genovese Moment in Presidential History

for our Apologizer-in-Chief.

Whatta man, whatta man.

Fore!

Posted by: Chris at June 24, 2009 7:24 AM

More proof the big "0" is nothing but a muslim plant.

Posted by: FREE at June 24, 2009 9:26 AM

Posted by: SnowSnake at June 24, 2009 6:10 AM

Okay, tried it. It looks good - I'll mess around with Bing a bit more. The main reason I've been using Google is there's that Google search box built right in to my browser. Google's got all that baggage so I'll start using Bing and see how I like it.

Posted by: Kevin R at June 24, 2009 9:50 AM

Bing also has an excellent photograph on each day's homepage. Google's homepage is dull as dishwater, espcially when they fancy it up and end up making themselves look stupid. Such as the "Tetris" design on D-Day compared to Bing's homepage on the same day which actually had a design relevant to D-day, instead of a meaningless tribute to a computer game.

Posted by: Graycat at June 24, 2009 3:55 PM

Choke on ice cream fucker

Posted by: czuch at June 25, 2009 10:50 AM