Via Breitbart TV: Uh, Er, Um… The Most Eloquent, Uh… President, Er… In History?
Thanks to the Hugh Hewitt Show, we have 2:47 of “Uh, Um, Er” from Thursday’s presidential press conference in Washington DC. The audio you hear is taken from President Obama’s responses to two questions. There are no duplicates.
Attn Talk Radio Producers: The Hugh Hewitt Show has advised us that anyone may use this audio without attribution. Let’s get this thing viral, people!
In his weekly address, President Obama complains about congress not passing his “jobs bill” and instead “stirring up fights over a woman’s right to make her own health care choices.”
“Well,” he assures his audience, “we’re going to give them another chance to spend more time worrying about your jobs instead of keeping theirs.”
Charles Krauthammer, taking issue with Obama’s disingenuous rationale for senting troops to Uganda, invokes Black-Hawk Down as a reminder of how these small scale skirmishes can turn ugly, fast:
See Also: A must read from Krauthammer: The scapegoat strategy:
After three years, Obama’s self-proclaimed transformative social policies have yielded a desperately weak economy. What to do? Take the low road: Plutocrats are bleeding the country, and I shall rescue you from them.
Problem is, this kind of populist demagoguery is more than intellectually dishonest. It’s dangerous. Obama is opening a Pandora’s box. Popular resentment, easily stoked, is less easily controlled, especially when the basest of instincts are granted legitimacy by the nation’s leader.
To the villainy-of-the-rich theme emanating from Washington, a child is born: Occupy Wall Street. Starbucks-sipping, Levi’s-clad, iPhone-clutching protesters denounce corporate America even as they weep for Steve Jobs, corporate titan, billionaire eight times over.These indignant indolents saddled with their $50,000 student loans and English degrees have decided that their lack of gainful employment is rooted in the malice of the millionaires on whose homes they are now marching — to the applause of Democrats suffering acute Tea Party envy and now salivating at the energy these big-government anarchists will presumably give their cause.
Except that the real Tea Party actually had a program — less government, less regulation, less taxation, less debt. What’s the Occupy Wall Street program? Eat the rich.
And then what? Haven’t gotten that far.
John from Verum Serum shows you frame by frame how this #OWS hysteric, (who also happens to be an observer from the National Lawyer’s Guild) pretends to get run over by a police motorcycle:
Fortunately, in addition to the video we have the testimony of an eyewitness on the scene. A NY Daily News photographer explains what he saw:
Daily News photographer Joe Marino, who witnessed the confrontation, said “the bike definitely hit him” but the officer didn’t run him over. “I saw him sticking his legs under the bike to make it appear he was run over,” Marino said of the lawyer.
Steven Kruiser for Pajamasmedia: Wall Street Protesters Spread Like A Disease & Grandma Nancy:
Beck’s been connecting dots, and tracking the movements of the communist left for the past couple of years. Many of his predictions were scoffed at – predictions that are coming to fruition, now, he believes:
Pajamasmedia: Occupy Protests in LA and DC: Are Socialists, and Crazies…:
“Just like the Berlin Wall, (Wall Street) needs to come down….”
Who are the 99%? PJTV went to the Occupy Wall Street spin off protests in Los Angeles and Washington D.C. to talk to protesters and find out what exactly they want. Listen to the demands of socialists, crazies, and people who think American capitalism needs to be destroyed. Plus, one guy who thinks you should be beheaded if you make too much money. If this is the 99%, then what does that say about the rest of America? Find out.
Palette Cleanser: Ensemble Allegria – O. Grüner-Hegge: Elegisk melodi for strykere
My 16 year old is working on this one in her orchestra class. She likes it: