Seeing things from another’s perspective can sometimes be just so enlightening. For your viewing and satirical pleasure, today we have The Sibyl Speaks on Blitzkrieg News at Daily Motion, in THE interview of all the Sunday morning talk shows. Click here for the video.
The Telegraph spotlighted the hype of recent political rhetoric, that set the stage for The Sibyl interviews “Barry.”
Should the proposals fail to become law in the next few weeks, Mr Obama’s young presidency could lose a lot of its lustre and promise. Suddenly an entire presidential agenda seems to hang in the balance…
Splatter warning! Put down that beverage before watching Blitzkrieg News. Can also be seen at Daily Motion.
In April 2009, the Chicago Tribune politely touched on First Lady fashion by asking Who made Michelle Obama’s dresses? and then making rave comparisons to that of famous faces.
But of late, the take on first lady fashion judgment has been polar opposite. Understandably, not everyone is gifted with a style that could rival Coco Channel‘s. Given the situation, most people would hire accordingly, since delivering a statement can never be made as convincingly if the package is not dressed to impress. Or at least not dressed to distract.
Michelle Obama: A Staff of 22 Attendants, Not One Can Help Her Dress? It is true. Michelle Obama has staff of 22 assistants. To the tune of $1.2 million taxpayer dollars per year. Amongst those, certainly there could be a few to guide the dress selection hand and offer an opinion. But it may be that Michelle Obama’s Stylist Takes a Day Off.
Just as Michelle Obama on ObamaCare: This is very much a women’s issue, so is the presentation of the messenger. And if this presentation is how the White House is selling health care reform, the book contents are being judged just as reflective as its cover. ObamaCare: The Problem is the Substance. That is why Rasmussen: ObamaCare hits highest disapproval rate yet.
Obama Requests That Paterson Drop New York Campaign at NYT. Looks like one certain president believes one certain governor is a party pooper for one certain Democratic party in New York state.
The move against a sitting Democratic governor represents an extraordinary intervention into a state political race by the president, and is a delicate one, given that Mr. Paterson is one of only two African-American governors in the nation.
But Mr. Obama’s political team and other party leaders have grown increasingly worried that the governor’s unpopularity could drag down Democratic members of Congress in New York, as well as the Democratic-controlled Legislature, in next fall’s election.
The long and the short of it is that Paterson’s performance approval has been steadily dwindling down to 30 per cent, in contrast to Democrat Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s 74 per cent approval. Cuomo has been thinking about tossing his hat into the ring. So has Republican Rudy Giuliani, who has stirred the New York waters, and could catapult a critical number of tepid Republican voters into a spirited race.
Unable to keep from meddling, Obama personally okayed the decision first presented by unnamed political advisers, to ask Paterson to clear himself out of the picture. Backroom politics in Washington, D.C., to clear the field in a state governor’s race? Paterson goes under the bus.
Just another attempt by the current administration to feed it’s political power ego by interposing itself in a political process, and annoint its chosen one. Seemingly similar to the way the DNC tilted the playing field to Barack Obama against Hillary Clinton in June 2008.
“Bus. Turbo Cruiser II.”
Image courtesy of http://www.newsweek.com/id/124292.
UPDATE 1-New York Governor Paterson says he’s still running. Reuters.
From the Uncle Sam Theater and Tim Hawkins. “The Government Can.” You won’t be able to get the melody out of your head.
Tim Hawkins – The Government Can
August 25, 2009