This foul mouthed head of state has got to go. Does this make good politics never mind anything else. This is a family blog but I’m afraid you will have to read the words of the President of the United States here. From the story:
As he left the Oval Office, Eric Bates, executive editor of ‘Rolling Stone’, told Obama that he had asked his six-year-old if there was anything she wanted him to say to the president and she had responded: ‘Tell him: You can do it.’
According to Bates, Obama grinned and said: ‘You know, kids have good instincts. They look at the other guy and say, “Well, that’s a bull***tter, I can tell.”‘
Projection has been the single most evident characteristic of this president. He calls others just what he himself is, and has done it from Day 1. Well he has the six year old vote sewn up. It’s now time for the adults to decide.
At least we find that a New York paper endorses Romney in its editorial. This is from The New York Post:
America needs more than hope. It needs leadership. That is why The Post today endorses the candidacy of Mitt Romney for president of the United States.
Alas, given the ways of the world, New York along with California and Illinois, are not states in play, and that in itself is incredible. But at least The Post is showing sense where most of those who live in the Empire State do not. Punks.
And there are more punks at The Washington Post. They naturally endorse Obama for president but you almost have to read what they write as satire. This is the conclusion from their editorial. You cannot trust a word these people say:
So voters are left with the centerpiece of Mr. Romney’s campaign: promised tax cuts that would blow a much bigger hole in the federal budget while worsening economic inequality. His claims that he could avoid those negative effects, which defy math and which he refuses to back up with actual proposals, are more insulting than reassuring.
By contrast, the president understands the urgency of the problems as well as anyone in the country and is committed to solving them in a balanced way. In a second term, working with an opposition that we hope would be chastened by the failure of its scorched-earth campaign against him, he is far more likely than his opponent to succeed. That makes Mr. Obama by far the superior choice.
“By far” the superior choice! Punks, punks and more punks.