Friday’s Reading Room

Krauthammer: Obama’s French Lesson

Andrew McCarthy: Not McChrystal Clear

UNEMPLOYMENT: worst since 1983 (Jimmy Carter aftermath)

ObamaCare Cut Costs? Don’t Bet on It

Why Isn’t Obama More Decisive & Forceful?

Obama, Dictators, and Democrats

Obama: President or Pitchman?

Abortion Support Declines Under Obama

Umm, I Say, You Hear That, Paul?

My take on Obama and the pitching for Olympics in Chicago: this is pure payback…whether Chicago gets it or not, this is payback to some very powerful people in Chicago who helped BHO become president.  Daly helped BHO and the people in Chicago who will make a fortune selling their property for Olympic facilities use…these are the people being paid back. I believe this was already a done deal…that Chicago was a done deal…and BHO traveling there would appear to have closed the deal.  I don’t believe BHO would make the trip if he thought there was a chance it could look like he didn’t get it done. (btw, how’s Afghanistan going while you spend time pitching Chicago?)


Send Bibles: One-time Gift or
12×12 ($12/mo for 12 months)

Tell Others: Embed VideoAdd to your email signatureEmbed Bible League Badge

Published in: on October 2, 2009 at 6:59 am  Comments (2)  

2 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. You are wrong scott. Chicago is the first city to be eliminated. Poor BHO. Its a huge slap in his face.

    • i was wrong…(lauren loves when i have to say that)…and i have never been happier to be wrong.

      my miscalculation was that i thought BHO was smarter than he is…to go there without it being a done deal was monumentally stupid. he was given plenty of reason to say ‘i can’t go because i am doing the business of the country’…the war in afghanistan, for example.

      he could’ve said that we have serious business that demands my attention…and while i am sending michelle and O to make the pitch, i must stay and do the business of this country…for our good and for the good of those who are so bravely serving us in the military.

      he didn’t do that…

      which leads me to believe that he believed it was either a done deal, or, and more likely, that even if it wasn’t a done deal, the power of his personal persuasion would tip the balance.

      again, i was wrong…and so happy to be so.

      Viva Rio!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: