Once assured that his Saturday night festivities appeared on schedule, it was time for the real priority:
“President Obama just could not wait for spring weather to arrive.
For the second week in a row, the most powerful man in the world stepped away from the White House to hit the golf course.
Even as his administration and the U.S. military help Japan recover from a devastating earthquake, and as the world worries about Fukushima’s nuclear reactor, the president could not resist taking advantage of the 48-degree weather in the Washington, D.C., area. [snip]
With cloudy skies, it’s not the best weather for golf, but Obama loves to spend his Saturdays on the greens. Last fall, Obama went golfing darn near every weekend.
These are never quick “work on your swing” trips; usually the president plays 18 holes, as he did last week.”
Recently Jay Clown, er Carney, recently explained that Obama had not spoken out about Libya because his schedule was so booked, there was no time. A concerned citizen asked:
I was going to call this post "Hillary Is 44 Gets It Wrong." But Hillary Is 44 didn't get it wrong. I thought they did. But I read the post again and I must have seen it somewhere else.
“Japan, a friend to our country, is underwater, in flames, and likely facing nuclear meltdown(s) at their power plants. Our President will be ucking it up with Washington reporters today. I wonder if President Bush did this, would the media ignore the lack of leadership and poor taste displayed?”
A post today pointed out that Barack didn't know how to lead that he'd never offered leadership and they're right. And they then went on to why he wanted the post of president. They had this long and analytical reasoning that made no sense.
There is one simple reason why Barack wanted to be president: Yearbook photo.
He's truly that shallow. He needed it next to his name.
He had nothing to offer. He didn't know the first thing about governing. He hadn't swept the country with a new way of governing.
He was an inexperienced, weak man and politician who needed to do a lot of growing to have the maturity required for the presidency. Instead of seeing that, all he could see was the yearbook photo and that's all that mattered to him.
He'll leave office (hopefully at the end of his fourth year, I pray there will not be a second term) and he'll be too young to retire and have nothing left to do with his life because he's never really led on anything.
To this day, he's never led on anything.
Bill Clinton left office and went to work on Global AIDS. Al Gore (elected president but prevented from serving by the Supreme Court) made his later years about the environment. And Barack?
There's nothing there.
He hops on one fad after another, hoping somehow something will stick.
This week I'm against bullying!!!!
He lacks the ability to follow through.
So he'll have W. Bush's legacy and be wanted for War Crimes and tortures. Maybe they can go on vacations together?
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):