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Rear view shows what we can expect in future.
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Sept. 6, 2012: “The Anointed One, the Occupier of the Oval Office, who will accept his party’s renomination for president tonight in Charlotte, has created chapter and verse of the political version of an Old Testament — a mythology explaining how the United States fell into economic difficulties and why his attempts to extricate us from distress so far have been unavailing. The problem is that, like most mythologies but very much unlike the real Old Testament, the Anointed One’s explanations are entirely wrongheaded, and sometimes outright dishonest.”
Sept. 19, 2012: “This presidency is a disaster. Reasonable people are gobsmacked at the possibility that it could somehow be allowed to continue its degradations of American society.”
Nov. 14, 2012: “If this be sedition (which it isn’t), let the Obamites make the most of it. At some point the sleeping American public will rouse itself and insist that we are indeed Americans, and we are better and freer and stronger than the Eric Holders of the world think we are. The Obamites will not succeed. We will not let them.”
Nov. 20, 2012: “Thank goodness we are the United States of America: We’ve survived bad presidents before, and we will again. In the interim, though, Obama seems to be putting to severe test the purported Otto von Bismarck remark that ‘God watches over children, fools, and the United States of America.’ When it is the fool who is leading the USA, God is required to do double duty.”
This is no time for second-term honeymoons. This is a time, quite calculatingly, to rally the opposition — not to fight every skirmish to the death, but to prepare the best, most advantageous ground for a counter-assault. Four excruciatingly difficult years confront us. Toil, tears, sweat: We know the litany. Now let’s add some brains to the mix. Somehow, we’ve spent four years losing to a dangerous fool.
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?