The Democrats are getting a look at reality as more and more polls show them in huge trouble for the coming election. Robert Gibbs admitted as much last Sunday.
"Liberal radio talk-show host Bill Press has teed up the latter option in
response to Obama's weak poll numbers. According to Press, the American public
doesn't deserve a leader as effective and farsighted as Obama. 'It just shows
once again that the American people are spoiled," Press says. "As a people, we
are too critical. We are too quick to rush to judgment. We are too negative. We
are too impatient.'"
I can agree with Press on one thing. The American public doesn't deserve a leader like Barack Obama. We deserve much better.
The Oil flowing into the Gulf has finally stopped.
It's an interesting story on where the solution came from.
"Six weeks ago, Robert Bea, an engineering professor at the University of
California, Berkeley, received a late-night call from an apologetic "mystery
plumber." The caller said he had a sketch for how to solve the problem at the
bottom of the Gulf. It was a design for a containment cap that would fit snugly
over the top of the failed blowout preventer at the heart of the Gulf oil spill.
Professor Bea, a former Shell executive and well-regarded researcher,
thought the idea looked good and sent the sketches directly to the US Coast
Guard and to a clearinghouse set up to glean ideas from outside sources for how
to cap the stubborn Macondo well. "
In the age of Obama, it is interesting that someone without a lot of degrees or even someone who didn't work for the government came up with a solution that eluded the so called experts. I do believe in America exceptionalism.
Former DOJ Colleagues Confirm Whistleblower Adams’ Accusations
Former FEC Commissioner Hans A. von Spakovsky (pictured at left): “I can confirm a number of facts stated by Mr. Adams in his testimony before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights about the voter intimidation lawsuit filed against the New Black Panther Party and several individual defendants.”
"According to the poll, Obama "trails Mitt Romney 46-43, Mike Huckabeehttp://http://www.politicsdaily.com/2010/07/16/poll-obama-losing-to-romney-huck-and-newt-tied-with-palin/
47-45, Newt Gingrich 46-45, and is even tied with Sarah Palin at 46. The only
person tested he leads is Jan Brewer, who doesn't have particularly high name
recognition on the national level at this point."