You're viewing a partial stream (from 02/01/09 to 02/28/09), you may want to view the entire stream.
"President Obama's version of faith-based initiatives is to remove the faith from initiative," said Staver, who believes Obama has "a completely different view on faith" from what he said during his presidential campaign. "He is not the infallible messiah that some thought he would be," Staver said. --Cristina Corbin
Bringing the government in to run Wall Street is like saying, "Dad burned the dinner, let's get the dog to cook." --P. J. O'Rourke
I won. I'm the president.
[For those who enjoyed the Week-in-Review, and AO's Fries-With-That, it should return sometime in the hear future. Here's a little bit until then.]
"I won. I'm the president."
That's the new spirit of bipartisanship. I think it's only fair to point out that President Obama won with less votes than his predecessor. Just sayin. And we know everyone gave President Bush a break because, well, he was the President, he won.
Of course, the President did open up and give republicans some tips on how they could get back in the game, "You can't just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done". That's like Steve Jobs telling Bill Gates to "give it time, Vista will work out", or the Steelers telling Arizona that they should probably focus on their running game today, or CBS offering Fox their new hit show, 'Cold Whisperer' in exchange for that hardly known '24'.
In short, if republicans really want to get things done (in a way that doesn't make them more meaningless), I don't think it's listening to Rush Limbaugh they should be wary of.
Silence may be golden. but sometimes it's just yellow. --Howard