White House Desperate to Divert the Voters’ Attention from Obama’s Failed Policies – Chicago Sun Times “But desperate times require desperate measures, and the White House is desperate to divert the voters’ attention from Obama’s failed policies and his infamous ‘you didn’t build that’ remarks disparaging Americans entrepreneurs, successful business owners and job creators. … Either Obama doesn’t understand the free-market system or he has disdain for it because it doesn’t meet his standard for ‘fairness.’ Either way, it translates into policies that have turned this recovery into the weakest in modern history, keeping millions of Americans jobless. Voters have a fateful decision to make in November.”
White House Issues Embarrassing Apology to Charles Krauthammer over Churchill Bust Gaffe – Telegraph “The Obama presidency is fond of issuing apologies for America on the world stage, but very rarely makes them at home to Americans. White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer has just issued one to Washington Post columnist and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer, who last week wrote an op-ed berating the Obama administration for removing a bust of Sir Winston Churchill from the Oval Office when it came to power. Pfeiffer had issued a stinging attack on Krauthammer, alleging that his Churchill bust reference was ‘100 percent false.’ Krauthammer was of course 100 percent correct, and the British Embassy in Washington even issued a statement contradicting Pfeifer’s remarks.” But this does not by any means end the controversy over the decision by the White House to return the Churchill bust.
Obama, The Subprime President – Investor’s Business Daily “That the president’s highly touted rescue of GM was built on subprime lending is no surprise, given how he also champions subprime home and school loans. It’s an upside-down economy not built on value or merit. Over the weekend, Investor’s Business Daily’s David Hogberg broke the news that 93% of General Motors’ 2012 profits were based on subprime loans, a revelation that put a damper on President Obama’s claims to have single-handedly rescued the automaker and restored it to financial health. … All this undercuts a market of customers who have saved money, built wealth and acquired the means to repay. It flips the meaning of ‘success and creates an upside-down economy built not on value, but on dictated results that in the end are unsustainable.”
Obama Supporters Barraged With Pleas for Cash – NY Times “Each plea for money from President Obama and his allies has become more urgent and desperate than the last. … The dire hand-wringing is partly tactical for a campaign that is likely to have more than enough money to execute its strategy. By appearing desperate, Mr. Obama’s campaign hopes it can persuade more of its supporters to donate now, rather than later.”Print This Post Send To A Friend