What a hoot! Every day is a new shockwave in bizarro land with Bammy at the helm of our ship of state, praising communists and so on. Now his team of geniuses picks “Winning The Future” or WTF as his new slogan. Here is da Mamma Grizzly calling him out, like she usually does.
Sarah Palin on Obama’s SOTU Address: His Theme of “WTF” Was Spot On
jackohoft | January 26, 2011 | Sarah Palin on Barack Obama’s State of the Union Speech. WTF was spot-on.
Obama’s Message to America: The Era of Big Government is Back, Now Help Me Pay For It
by Sarah Palin on Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 2:22am | Facebook
The President’s State of the Union address boiled down to this message: “The era of big government is here as long as I am, so help me pay for it.” He dubbed it a “Winning The Future” speech, but the title’s acronym seemed more accurate than much of the content.
Americans are growing impatient with a White House that still just doesn’t get it. The President proves he doesn’t understand that the biggest challenge facing our economy is today’s runaway debt when he states we want to make sure “we don’t get buried under a mountain a debt.” That’s the problem! We are buried under Mt. McKinley-sized debt. It’s at the heart of what is crippling our economy and taking our jobs. This is the concern that should be on every leader’s mind. Our country’s future is at stake, and we’re rapidly reaching a crisis point. Our government is spending too much, borrowing too much, and growing too much. Debt is stifling our private sector growth, and millions of Americans are desperately looking for work.
Bonus***from my favorite conservative Constitutional curmudgeon of all time:
Obama and his speech
by Mark Levin on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 8:41am | Facebook
President Obama’s foot remains where it has been since the day he entered the Oval Office, on the gas pedal. He’s not braking for anyone or anything. All this pre-SOTU spin from Obama’s whisperers, gobbled up by the Obama-hungry media, was always nonsense. Obama has no intention of touching entitlements in any significant way, period. Why would he tamper with the New Deal and Great Society when he considers them a good start but insufficiently bold to advance his statist beliefs? Obama has no intention of honestly working with Republicans on health care, cap-and-trade, etc. These are hallmarks of his transformative agenda. They define him and his presidency. His bureaucracy is working overtime to institute them.
It amazes me that some usually thoughtful people seize on anything they can find to argue, or hope, that Obama has been chastened by the last election. For weeks they’ve pointed to the tax deal as evidence of his “pivoting.” Actually, what Obama did is tee-up the tax fight for a time when he believes his class warfare demagoguery can be best employed — during the final weeks of his re-election bid. He already started it last night. And, of course, the Republicans fell for it, hailing the tax deal as momentous. Obama is ready to deal some more, they reckoned — a sad delusion.