I am happy to see that the idiot that approved the photo opp flyover over New York City has been fired! This is from the Wall Street Journal:
The White House said Friday that President Obama has accepted the resignation of Louis Caldera as Director of the White House Military Office, effective May 22. Mr. Caldera wrote in a letter that the controversy created by the flight of one of the presidential planes over lower Manhattan had made it impossible for him to effectively lead the office. The unannounced flight briefly panicked office workers near the site of the Sept. 11 attacks. The White House also released a photograph taken during the flyover.
The administration also released an image from the flyover. I still contend that this could have been easily recreated in Photoshop!
The White House has released the March Madness NCAA tournament picks of President Barack Hussein Obama. While I don’t begrudge the man the opportunity to spend a few minutes of pleasure doing the same thing that many Americans are doing today, I question the wisdom of releasing those picks to the public. I think it may play to the superstar status that he tried to get away from in the election (and caused Paris Hilton to release this video). It also may be a little frustrating to the thousands that received a foreclosure notice today.
Regardless, here are BHO’s picks. You can click on the image to go to the original larger image.
I question that BHO crossed out Louisville and then selected UNC. While that may be a prudent choice, I wonder about his flip-flop on this issue. I sure hope that he didn’t have a political analyst help him with this!
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For the past decade or two, Ronald Wilson Reagan set the standard as “The Great Communicator” while he was President of the United States. There is no question that he excelled over the many bumblings of George Walker Bush as David Letterman has so aptly recorded for us!
However, it is already clear that President Barack Hussein Obama is going to take the mantle of the Great Communicator if he hasn’t already done so.
Here are some of his accomplishments so far:
Congratulations to BHO and his staff on all of this. I am sure that it has been quite difficult! Our government has never been the center of excellence for the use of technology. Clinton’s team was extremely frustrated at the lack of technology when they moved into the building.
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As I write this, George W. Bush is only a few days away from the end of his 8 year Presidency. Earlier, I had graded Mr. Bush on a variety of major factors but I felt that I left off a huge number of things that he and his administration did or did not do. This list is the result of trying to be more inclusive. Many items on this list are actions by the Mr. Bush and his administration and some of them are inactions.
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