U.S. Intelligence Officials Angered by Obama Administration Cover Up of Intelligence on Iranian, al Qaeda Surge in Egypt and Libya – Free Beacon “Weeks before the presidential election, President Barack Obama’s administration faces mounting opposition from within the ranks of U.S. intelligence agencies over what career officers say is a ‘cover up’ of intelligence information about terrorism in North Africa…. Officials said that the administration appeared to engage in a disinformation campaign aimed at distancing the president personally during the peak of the presidential election campaign from the disaster in Benghazi, where numerous warning of an attack were ignored, resulting in the deaths of U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other officials.”
Happy Days Are Not Here Again – Wall Street Journal “You don’t need a conspiracy to know the job market is still lousy. …Mr. Obama is promising four more years of the same policies he’s pursued in his first term, except that this time he says he really will raise taxes immediately in 2013. Anyone who wants the same job creation should vote for him.”
What the “Obama Phone” Tells Us About America’s Health – Forbes “They don’t care about any of the larger issues facing the country (if, indeed, they even know what those issues are); they don’t even care if the president of the United States is a lawbreaker who has ripped off the American taxpayer—as long as the president will give them their little piece of something-for-nothing.
So, are the barbarians at the gate? It appears that they are within the gates. Are there enough Americans (even if not literally 47 percent) hell-bent on getting something for nothing such that the Republic is doomed? Perhaps. But it is important to realize that the millions of grasping, pathetic, demoralized Americans who think that ‘the government’ is a never-ending cornucopia of goodies and that the president is Santa Claus are not the primary cause of the problem.”
The Vast Gulf between the Reality and Mythology of Barack Obama – PJ Media “The realization that another rant by a liberal commentator could cement the reputation of Obama as an incompetent and add to the image of a hopelessly inept president will temper post-debate media anger. The moderator cannot afford to be laissez-faire in the fashion of Jim Lehrer, and will prove far more partisan. The media pressure to discount the importance of the debates themselves will increase.
But despite all that, the nation has now seen that the conservative critique of Barack Obama — fluff without substance — was frighteningly accurate.”Print This Post Send To A Friend