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Obama: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Andrew Breitbart offers up an appropriate roasting of the situational ethics and inch deep/mile wide political philosophy and values of the celebrity cult that will saturate the media tomorrow:

"President Bush was not holding back (Demi)Moore from "free[ing] one million people from slavery in the next five years." Nor was he holding back the Obama-biquitous Will.I.Am from "chang[ing] how [he] live[s]." Ditto: Aaron Ekhart ("To be a better person,") Marisa Tomei ("To integrate into my heart what I already know in my head which is that we are all in this together,") Kutcher ("To the abolition to 21st century slavery,") Anthony Kiedis ("To be of service to Barack Obama,") P. Diddy (" pledge to turn the lights off, cause I used to leave the lights on but we want to conserve energy so I'ma turn the lights off, you turn the lights off,) and all-in-unison ("Because together we can, together we are, and together we will be the change that we seek.")"

We haven't heard such group think since Michael Jackson and Lionel Ritchie told us that "We Are The World, We Are The Children", the famous production miracle where the celebrity cult was told to "check their egos at the door" (but keep the real one in your pocket).

As Wednesday January 21st, 2009 dawns a very familiar day will begin for millions of Americans that know better than to blame their circumstances on George W. Bush (in fact, millions of Americans will be grateful for his service).

For others, the first day of the Obama administration will include the expected calls for the prosecution of Bush administration officials, calls for the closure of Guantánamo Bay and the demands of the usual suspects. However, disappointment may reign supreme as the left wing fringe attempts to cash the checks issued to it by the Obama Hope Machine. Dreams of Cheney in the hoosegow will be dashed by the reality of international terror threats that have only recently begun to consume the attention of The One.

It is reasonable to ask in all of this transfer of power dynamic if we will actually see any change in US foreign policy. I can't help but recall President Bush's comment that, while the nation got on with its own affairs and priorities after 9/11, he never did. His fate would be the politically costly and legacy threatening responsibility of ever present vigil, the sheep dog that was never quiet or satisfied in spite of what we thought we knew.

President Obama inherits a legacy that is truly staggering in its call on his abilities: will he keep our country safe from attack in his term? Clearly, his predecessor, Mr. Bush, made choices to ensure the safety of our country, choices that have brought opprobrium and ridicule from his detractors. But nonetheless, we have remained safe from attack since that day.

President Obama is offered the same choices on his first day of office and we must wonder if he truly understands and appreciates the banquet of consequences he has chosen to attend. While the nuts on the left busy themselves with their own navel gazing and prosecutorial fantasies a very serious threat looms for this untested one term Senator from Illinois.


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While the nuts on the l... (Below threshold)
Justice58:

While the nuts on the left busy themselves with their own naval gazing and prosecutorial fantasies a very serious threat looms for this untested one term Senator from Illinois.


Why so insulting?


President Barack Obama will protect this country and he will NOT shred the Constitution to do so! He will Respect & Live by the Constitution.

I can't think of any job mo... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

I can't think of any job more grueling in its responsibilities than the Presidency - in less than 24 hours the weight of it all will be on HIS shoulders. Every decision he makes for our country will have ramifications it may take decades to play out - for good or ill. I don't believe his career has prepared him adequately for what he's about to receive, and I sincerely hope he's got what it takes - because he's not going to be able to put it down and walk away from it if it's too much for him. (Don't know about you, but "President Biden" or "President Pelosi" doesn't thrill me much - and they're the next two in line.)

But then again - perhaps it's best of have someone from outside the Beltway as President - even if he is pretty raw.

Here's hoping all the best for him, his family, and for us all.

Justice 58, you're asking L... (Below threshold)
Larry Dickman:

Justice 58, you're asking Losers in Irrelevantville to say something nice. These are desperate times for the Far Right. Most Palinized their kids' names during the election to things like Brick and Truc. These are reasons that they find statements like this insightful:

"But nonetheless, we have remained safe from attack since that day."

"That day" being 9/11, of course.

Give them time enough and they will move 9/11 to Clinton's watch. Fox News (sic) said today that Bush inherited the 9/11 attacks.

Really?

Here's hoping all the be... (Below threshold)
Justice58:

Here's hoping all the best for him, his family, and for us all.


Amen.

"President Barack Obama wil... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

"President Barack Obama will protect this country and he will NOT shred the Constitution to do so! He will Respect & Live by the Constitution."

Anyone care to start a pool of when we get hit?

Justice 58 appears to be one of those ready to start the kangaroo court. Hell why have a costly trail, YOU ALL know he's guilty. But when you bring up the torture charges, are you going to include those liberals who sat on the Intelligence Oversight Committee? ...crickets chirping.........

Many Obama supporters see O... (Below threshold)

Many Obama supporters see Obama as a God. Their feelings for Obama are purely irrational. Don't expect these irrational people to begin thinking rationally after the disappointment of the reality of Obama's presidency begins to set in. They will not begin to see Obama as merely a man. They will begin to see those who oppose him (conservatives) as devils who have prevented Obama from reaching his full potential.

http://www.rightklik.net/

Justice 58 appears to be... (Below threshold)
Justice58:

Justice 58 appears to be one of those ready to start the kangaroo court. Hell why have a costly trail, YOU ALL know he's guilty.


GarandFan,

Either We're a Nation of Laws or We're not! We have to hold those accountable for the violation of the law. The Constitution must be respected.

The Constitution must be... (Below threshold)
John Irving:

The Constitution must be respected.

And, per the actions of both the Supreme Court and the U.S. Congress, it has been for eight years.

Meaningless words from partisan players notwithstanding, every legal action has confirmed that Bush has acted legally.


Barack Obama is no fool, but far too many of his supporters are.

And Obama will continue to act the same way, while playing to the simpleminded leftroids who think somehow those things have changed.

Congress gave the Bush Admi... (Below threshold)
Allen:

Congress gave the Bush Admin the power to do some things, and I think everyone can agree on that. However, Congress and the American people did not give Bush/Cheney the right or power to torture people.

And as to keep America safe after 9-11, yep he did, same as Clinton did after the first trade center attack. For all the people that still have CDS, now getting ODS, screw off.

If the GOP and Demo's willing to work to solve our economic mess that Bush and the trickle down BS caused this problem? That is the question you should be addressing. Not your standard BS with your Chrystal ball BS that Obama is going to do this or that.

Time for everyone to wake up, the GOP BS is now known for BS, and the lefties BS is also well known. The average taxpaying American wants results, not political BS from either side.

But I'll give you ten to one odds you can't do it on this blog site.

"...priorities after 9/11..... (Below threshold)
bryanD:

"...priorities after 9/11...ever present vigil"-hugh s

You have your thumb on the scale there, Hugh. Bush disregarded NSA, CIA, and FBI warnings PRIOR to 9/11. But I'm sure you know that, thus the thumb. Did you realize Bush's notorious open borders policy facilitated the 9/11 attacks DIRECTLY?

I googled Bush's novel "visa express" program.

"In the Spring and Summer of 2001, the terror level in the U.S. was reportedly "off the charts". The U.S. had recently concluded that Saudi Arabia was one of four top nationalities of al-Qaeda members.[1][2][3]
Despite all this, the U.S. introduced the Visa Express program in May 2001. This program allowed Saudi Arabian residents, including non-citizens, to get valid visas through a travel agency using a much less restrictive standard than would have otherwise been required. They did not have to submit a proof of identity..."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_Express

Justice fitty-eight, do you... (Below threshold)
evenhand:

Justice fitty-eight, do you actually believe what you write, or are you just having some nutty, good time fun?

"President Barack Obama will protect this country and he will NOT shred the Constitution to do so! He will Respect & Live by the Constitution."

An example of Bush "shredding" the Constitution?

My life is the same as it was prior to him coming into office. Or are you just saying that cause its en vogue per leftist talking points?

Evenhand, here's an assessm... (Below threshold)
bryanD:

Evenhand, here's an assessment of the Bush administration, viz. US Constitution, by a Bush-friendly source (who nonetheless must maintain some semblance of credibility), so they go lightly. There is a famous quote by Bush regarding the constitution not cited here but you can find it yourself. It's a doozy.

http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=6330

I want to be sure to observ... (Below threshold)
wet willie:

I want to be sure to observe etiquette:

1. Will it be necessary to capitalize pronouns that refer to Him?

2. Am I required to look at the floor when I mumble His Name?

3. Am I expected to mumble "Oh, I hope so..." each time a liberal tries to explain what He is thinking?

4. If I am wearing a hat at the time, am I required to remove it each time His name is mentioned?

I do so want to get along with the new owners of the country. I've looked everywhere on the web, but I can't find anything that explains the Rules of Comportment.

Change is coming, all right... (Below threshold)

Change is coming, all right. Just not the kind of change the left is expecting.

(and unless you're looking at ships on the sea, it's 'navel' gazing'.)

If President Bush committed... (Below threshold)
Carol:

If President Bush committed crimes, as so many friends/supporters of Obama claim, those same smarter-than-me Bush-haters would have impeached him by now. If you get your wish and they go after the Bush administration on some witch hunt, we'll have all of you to thank for the damage it does to our country. Oh, and by the way, I can't wait to see Pelosi and Reid in their orange jumpsuits!

(and unless you're lo... (Below threshold)

(and unless you're looking at ships on the sea, it's 'navel' gazing'.)

Noted, and thanks.

President Obama is offer... (Below threshold)
wolfwalker:

President Obama is offered the same choices on his first day of office and we must wonder if he truly understands and appreciates the banquet of consequences he has chosen to attend.

No, I mustn't wonder at all. I already know he doesn't understand it. Any of it. He's a dilettante who has never bothered to get a serious education on any subject except Politics 101: How to Get Elected. You can see it in his voting record, and in the way he changed course so sharply after he got full access to the same information that President Bush has had. He didn't understand what he was getting into. He probably still doesn't. He wanted the glory and status of the Oval Office. He never considered the responsibility that goes with it.

Bryan, did you realize the ... (Below threshold)
Tim:

Bryan, did you realize the first item on the list is your beloved McCain-Feingold? Glad to see you're finally oppopsed to that hideous piece of legislation. Welcome to the 1st Amendment. Now let's see if you can wrap your simple mind around the 2nd.


a federal government empowered to regulate core political speech--and restrict it greatly when it counts the most: in the days before a federal election;

Obamba will respect the ... (Below threshold)
kat:

Obamba will respect the new Constitution that he wants to write. The one where all are equal but some are more equal.

Look, I am not sur... (Below threshold)
dr lava:

Look, I am not sure what kind of personal problems or mental illness it is that leads a person to these beliefs of "conservatism". I personally think it is a deep fear of "the other" and a simplistic, childlike view of the world and an anger of ineptitude.

But there is something sobering you must face. What was once known as the 'conservative" movement is so fucking over.

You can not beat the demographics. Do you honestly believe that the average 25 year old cares if two lesbians get married? That abortion is made illegal? Believes that the constitution reads "We the corporations?" Denies science or global climate change?

So go ahead and blame all the worlds problems on someone else. Conservatives remind me of the 4 year old: "What'd I do, What'd I do"


It's always someone else's fault. Michael Moore, mexicans, muslims,MSM, liberals, George Cluny, Dan Rather......


When you have been built up... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

When you have been built up as much as Barry, there is only one way to go...down.

Barry O will have the most failed presidency in the history of our republic. Already he has sold his senate seat, tryed to delay digital FCC switchover so a friend of his can get richer, preacher that chants God DAmn America, Supported and help elect the most corrept governor in the history of Chicago (and that is saying something), and the list goes on.

In 2000 Clinton would not form a transition team for GW until well into December for political reasons. This act alone hamstrung an ingoing administration from getting all the facts of the world before swearing in. Dems failed our country. The democrats motto is Party first country second.

So you trolls go on believing the facts cannot get out or the truth won't be told, but people know. ww

Funny how the trolls keep s... (Below threshold)
hermie:

Funny how the trolls keep saying that Bush 'shreaded the Constitution' and cite the wiretapping laws and Gitmo interrogations as 'proof'.

Yet Obama voted for the wiretapping (Which again, has been affirmed by the courts to be legal.) and has said that he will reserve the right to use 'intensive methods' of interrogation.

-"a president who has the i... (Below threshold)
evenhand:

-"a president who has the inherent constitutional authority to designate American citizens suspected of terrorist activity as "enemy combatants," strip them of any constitutional protection, and lock them up without charges for the duration of the war on terror-- in other words, perhaps forever"

If you are refering to the only American citizen who can be considered valid under this observation, that would be Jose Padilla, who was convicted and sentenced to 17 years.

-He was granted authority by Congress to "pursue any tactic he believes to be effective in the war on terror."

-"a federal government with the power to supervise virtually every aspect of American life, from kindergarten, to marriage, to the grave."

This is a liberal's/socialist' wet dream. And can you provide an actual instance where this has had a bearing on the life of a citizen so far? Taxes do not count.

-a federal government empowered to regulate core political speech--and restrict it greatly when it counts the most: in the days before a federal election.

Huh? When? Where? Can you cite an example? The closest thing that's come to this is McCain/Finegold.

Bad examples from Cato. Surprising.

dr. lava:Yeah, you... (Below threshold)

dr. lava:

Yeah, you sure are a great example of how to act, aren't you? Just what kind of personal problems and mental illness led to your belief system?

It's OK. We all know folks like you and Justice58 live in Opposite World. We'll continue to have a good chuckle at your wildly insane rantings, though.

As for the thread, of course we'll be safe from threats from abroad. The world supposedly so loves us now! It's supposedly cool to be an American again! God sent us...The One™.

So obviously not a dumbass?... (Below threshold)
Tim:

So obviously not a dumbass? Then why can't he even spit out his name without 7 ums and ers?

Bruce,You may be r... (Below threshold)
evenhand:

Bruce,

You may be right on a few things, but, if the economy hadn't tanked at just the "right time", we could may very well be swearing in John McCain today.

Not to interrupt the polite... (Below threshold)

Not to interrupt the polite conversation, but I just thought I'd offer a suggestion on this inauguration day - I'd suggest reading Reagan's first inaugural address. 80% of it could be reread by Great Leader today, the parts like "So, with all the creative energy at our command, let us begin an era of national renewal. Let us renew our determination, our courage, and our strength. And let us renew our faith and our hope." Everything old is new again when the Messiah speaks, I guess.

Of course there are parts that would turn Obama to stone if he spoke them, like this: "The solutions we seek must be equitable, with no one group singled out to pay a higher price." and "In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem."

It's a very hopeful speech...and bear in mind that his plans worked out. We'll see how well having HOPE in CHANGING Reagan's ideas by 180 degrees works out.

Maybe, evenhand, but the ec... (Below threshold)
Bruce Henry:

Maybe, evenhand, but the economy tanked at just the right time to show Obama at his cool, cerebral best, and McCain at his erratic, stunt-pulling worst.
Sucks for you guys.
But seriously, this notion that Obama is a "messiah" is just leftover spin from the McCain "Britney Spears" ads. There is not an ounce of truth to it, but I suppose it gives conservatives some comfort as they ask themselves how a black man with an Arab name could possibly be President.

And Tim, are you seriously ... (Below threshold)
Bruce Henry:

And Tim, are you seriously claiming that Obama is not a better speaker, teleprompter or no teleprompter, than Bush, McCain, or Palin?

Brucy, Obamassiah cannot sp... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Brucy, Obamassiah cannot speak without a teleprompter. I know you are ga ga over him now, but the proof will come soon enough. He is a cheap empty suit with no moral compass only ambition.

It always amazes me the lefties insist on the "rule of law" being followed by presidents but gave Clinton a pass and they want millions of ILLEGAL aliens left alone even though they broke the law and are criminals. The duplicity of the left is truly amazing but expected.

The left is so in love with Barry they cannot see the facts but soon disillusionment will set in. Which is another way of saying the illusion will end. We will be here for councelling. ww

Way to remain on topic, the... (Below threshold)
Bruce Henry:

Way to remain on topic, there, WeeWillie. You argue like a true ....something.

The economy tanked because ... (Below threshold)
MPR:

The economy tanked because the Democrats in Congress charged with oversight neglected to heed the warnings. Obamalala AND McCain voted with the Democrats for the first rushed through "bailout", which had no effect but to prop up the banks that didn't deserve it, and the market lost confidence. Putting money in the market is one thing but, if you are afraid to put money in a bank or are refused credit, that's another.

"Obama at his cool, cerebra... (Below threshold)
apb:

"Obama at his cool, cerebral best"

Wow. Sounds like a mouthful of Obama-dick at best.

The funny thing about leftards is their inability to think independently and their fawning need for approval from the 'group.' The sad part is that when Obama's inevitable actions to protect the Country follow Bush's, the leftards will rationalize them away BECAUSE of their cult of personality.

It's OK. We all know fol... (Below threshold)
Justice58:

It's OK. We all know folks like you and Justice58 live in Opposite World. We'll continue to have a good chuckle at your wildly insane rantings, though.


And Good Morning also, Tom

What an exciting day. I can't describe the emotion I'm feeling right now. I've already been crying since daybreak. Too excited to sleep last night. It's such an emotional day. Just wish I had my sweet little parents here to share this joy. They longed for it but didn't live to see it.

I love you Mother & Daddy.

God bless all of you at Wizbang! Yes We Can!


Yes, God Bless us all, ever... (Below threshold)
MPR:

Yes, God Bless us all, everyone.
"American Carol", oops, I mean "A Christmas Carol".
Charles Dickens

"But seriously, this not... (Below threshold)
Oyster:

"But seriously, this notion that Obama is a "messiah" is just leftover spin from the McCain "Britney Spears" ads. There is not an ounce of truth to it,..." ~ Bruce Henry

Bruce,

I give you Justice58.

Thank you and have a nice day,

Oyster

What a difference between y... (Below threshold)

What a difference between yesterday and today. Yesterday's message, "We're all the same." Today's message, "Not so much."

Plus...just where the hell has this Lowery guy been hiding for the last 50 years? When's the last time a "black had to get in back"?

Rubbish. All of it.

The economy tanked ... (Below threshold)
Hansel2:

The economy tanked because the Democrats in Congress charged with oversight neglected to heed the warnings

Yep. Always the democrats fault. If only the republicans were in charge for 6 of the last 8 years everything would be great. OOPS! That did happen, now, didn't it. And the U.S. is in tatters because of it.

Are you done with the lies and the childishness yet? 75% of the country is. Believe what you want, but understand that most of us look at you folks as brainwashed, stubborn fools. Hopefully you'll come around one day, but it's unlikely.

Oyster:LOL! Don't... (Below threshold)

Oyster:

LOL! Don't forget her clones. All the mindless Obamatons who showed up for the Inauguration.

"Yep. Always the democra... (Below threshold)

"Yep. Always the democrats fault."

Good to see you're finally coming around.

"Are you done with the lies and the childishness yet?"

We've been asking that of your ilk for the last 8 years. So...are you?

"Believe what you want, but understand that most of us look at you folks as brainwashed, stubborn fools."

Right back at you. Again.

"Are you done with the l... (Below threshold)

"Are you done with the lies and the childishness yet?"

While we're on that topic...I haven't seen Brian comment here for a while. Did he finally push Maggie over the edge?

allen - "And as to keep... (Below threshold)
Marc:

allen - "And as to keep America safe after 9-11, yep he did, same as Clinton did after the first trade center attack. For all the people that still have CDS, now getting ODS, screw off."

And I'll add, those such as yourself allen who obvious have a near fatal case of BDS - screw off!

The symptoms of your BDS manifest it self in your complete lack of acknowledgment the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in August 7, 1998, when hundreds of people were killed in simultaneous car bomb explosions at the United States embassies in the East African capital cities of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya were IN FACT sovereign and legally recognized U.S. soil.

Additionally the attack on the USS Cole at the end of Clinton's term was IN FACT an attack on [legal] US SOIL and an attack on U.S. citizens.

Allen, dimbulb your not. You fail to possess the filament to be considered a "bulb."

Hansel2 -<blockquote... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

Hansel2 -

From 2003 - New Agency Proposed to Oversee Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae - New York Times . ''These two entities -- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac -- are not facing any kind of financial crisis,'' said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, the ranking Democrat on the Financial Services Committee. ''The more people exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies, the less we will see in terms of affordable housing.''
Yeah, that worked out well - didn't it? Fought tooth and nail to keep housing affordable - and now?

The Law of Unintended Consequences strikes again...

I find it hilarious that I ... (Below threshold)
Bruce Henry:

I find it hilarious that I got several arguments from commenters here to a comment that was deleted. Why was it deleted, you ask?
Beats me. It wasn't disrespectful (beyond a little political hyperbole), contained no ad hominem attacks, and didn't attack the author of the post. It did say Sarah Palin was a dumbass, but is that so wrong? Ok, it was a little disrespectful of Palin. But I don't see posts disrespectful of Teddy or Bill or "Obamalala" deleted for using the word dumbass.
My comment actually sparked a little polite debate here, and now it's gone, robbing several other comments of their context. If anyone's interested, it was between the present #s 24 and 25. Ask the moderator to put it back up if you dare.

Bruce Henry, The r... (Below threshold)
maggie:

Bruce Henry,

The reason you don't see other questionable
posts is because they are deleted.

Maggie, you guys have my e-... (Below threshold)
Bruce Henry:

Maggie, you guys have my e-mail address. I don't want to get into a peeing contest, but I see posts calling people names, expressing hatred, quoting John Wilkes Booth for Chrissake, all left up on these pages. All I'm saying is that it seems totally random.
And yes, I know I'm free to go somewhere else, but I'd like to see if you're honest enough to explain why the particular comment I made deserved to be deleted, leaving me open to the insult "sounds like a mouth-ful of Obama-dick to me."
I mean really, that was allowed but my post was inappropriate?
Feel free to respond privately or publicly, as you prefer. But please respond, I'm asking nicely.

OK, fine, let's see if I ca... (Below threshold)
Bruce Henry:

OK, fine, let's see if I can make the same point in a way that won't offend.
The myth that 53% of the voters were fooled by the "liberal media" into electing a "messiah" who will soon "disappoint the true believers" is just that -- a myth.
The fact is that a Ham Sandwich could have been elected President after 8 years of Bush, as long as the Ham Sandwich was a Democrat.
Obama was elected because:
1. He wasn't Bush.
2. He wasn't McCain.
3. He wasn't Hillary.
4. He is obviously not stupid, and gives off an air of competence.
5. Voters did not want Sarah Palin a heartbeat away from the Presidency.

Most Obama voters, including me, might have preferred another Democrat at the beginning of the primary season. He won the nomination, though, and so we voted for him as opposed to McCain. Simple as that. No "Obamatrons." No "mindless robots." No "rabid left-wing radicals." There were basically two choices. One choice was to continue the Bush course, one was to change that course. The voters chose to change course. It's called democracy.
So, when you guys claim you were victimized by the "liberal media" due to Obama's Svengali-like power to make people into zombies, it sounds a little...childish.
Is the media getting a little over-excited in their hype? Well, of course. They want ratings, they want people to watch THEIR channel as opposed to the other guys. What do you expect the Media to do? Advertise "Watch our coverage of yet another boring inauguration!" ?




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