The Washington Post fancies itself a very influential newspaper, an opinion-shaper among the powerful D.C. ruling class. So when it editorialized last week about Rush Limbaugh’s commentary concerning Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke, some heads snapped back.
If Newt Gingrich is elected president of the United States this year, he will owe it all to John King and to his former wife, Marianne. Let’s go back to the final presidential debate in South Carolina.
President Obama may not know it, but he has a nice advantage in the world of late night TV. A new study by the Center for Media and Public Affairs at George Mason University says that in 2011 late night comedians mocked Republicans three times more than they did Democrats.
The folks are getting hosed. According to the American Debt Advisor outfit, 80 percent of us now owe money to creditors. If you exclude mortgages and car payments, 50 percent of us are in debt. And that’s why the economy is having so much trouble. Consumers have to be very careful what they buy, or they risk sinking into insolvency.
Political feuds are entertaining, especially when they involve presidential contenders.
Thus, the alleged bad blood between Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is worth examining, because those two guys are currently the frontrunners to challenge President Obama next year.
Coming soon to a bus stop near you may be the president of the United States. Faced with growing criticism of his economic leadership, Barack Obama is following the lead of Willie Nelson and traveling by bus to selected parts of the USA.
Judging by the low TV news ratings, most Americans were out fishing or watching “Pawn Stars” when the debt debacle debate was taking place in Washington, and I can’t blame them. This was truly pinheads on parade, with propaganda and craziness all over the place.
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