Wednesday, April 29, 2009

First 100 Days of Obama

An evaluation of President Obama's first 100 days in office certainly depends on perspective.

If you are a baby who has managed to be born, a Castro brother, Hugo Chavez, Ahmadinejad, the Saudi King, any one of the several countries consistently critical of the U.S. in recent years, Guantanamo Bay residents (and other fellow terrorists), an abortionist (especially underpaid African ones), someone who doesn't own stock in a U.S. company, a household with an annual income under $250,000K (and ignorant to the manifold other ways they will be taxed), an incompetent executive at a bank, insurance company, or auto maker that was bailed out, a piece of gold, an ammunition sales shop, a crack dealer (instead of a "powder" cocaine dealer), the mainstream media, an anti-religion secular progressive, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Arlen Specter, or a socialist bent on making everyone dependent on the government- Obama's first 100 days have been tremendous.

For everyone else....not so good.


Ben George said...


Frontier Forest said...

As Ben said, all I can add… AMEN! I feel absolutely helpless, and what’s even more depressing, in all my 60 years of life, I have never experienced this kind of aimless hopelessness. America has forever been changed in only 100 days. What will America look like in 4 years? I don’t have a clue, but I do know our freedom is at risk and yet I know our Sovereign Lord is in charge.

Rick Calohan said...

Tony you forgot to our newly confirmed with the help of our fellow Kansas U S Senators Brownback and Roberts the Abortion Czar at HHS our former Kansas Governatrix Kathleen “Kitty Kat with innocent blood on her hands” Sebelius. As well as the former Swine /SARS H1N1 now to be forever known as the Janet Reno Napolitano Flu based on her memo and remember you should, “you should wash your hands often and cover your mouth when you cough.” I know we should not divulge such top classified government secrets but we were told that not only are we to use a tissue should we sneeze or cough but that we also should throw the tissue away in the trash.

I guess her Majesty Janet Reno Napolitano forgot to add that the tissue should be placed in a Ziplock bag, properly seal the bag then place the Ziplock bag in a brown paper bag. Fold the brown paper bag once, twice, and three times, the staple the brown bag once twice and three times, the place in a proper bio-hazard receptacle located throughout our government complex.

For those at home I recommend you watch the late Phil Hartman as the Anal Retentive Chef.