Yeah, gutsy call.
Where is that Killing bin Laden movie that is supposed to come to the theatres near you on Nov. 4?
I kind of gave up calling the outcome of presidential elections when I predicted there was no way Bill Clinton would get a second term.
I also realize it is not Christian to gloat at the misfortunes of others.
However I got my old Schadenfreude out of the closet and I’ve polished and buffed it up just in case I get an overwhelming urge to run it past some relatives.
I don’t respect Obama, but i don’t hate him either. I think he really is chauncey gardner, i also think 2008 was intended to be a trial run with a pick as Hillary’s Veep being the best case scenario. But Chauncey’s handlers and sycophants saw an opening and couldn’t control themselves.
In a sense, i think it’s a sad story–he wasn’t supposed to become president until 2016, when he would be more ready and events less dramatic. But thrust into the job too early has ruined the legacy he sought for himself. He lost by winning too soon.
Noonan is wrong; Sandy didn’t kill the Mittmentum. Obama’s handling of the storm was really nothing special and the glaring flaws in FEMA’s response are really starting to show. The endorsement from Nanny Bloomberg is actually a strong negative because Bloomberg has so completely botched the hurricane response.
The only thing Sandy really did for Obama was give the press more time to stall on Benghazi. The only momentum it halted was the way that story was gaining more and more traction.
I was heartened when you opened that this was the “last round of Sunday shows” line. But no, it was just the last round before the election.
You had a couple comments (yours) during this segment that really embodies this whole series called ‘A Little Hair of the Dog’:
1. “Total waste of time”
2. “He’s got nothing”
Give it up. You’re time could be better spent on giving us adult beverage drinking game tips.
This might shock you, but being told by a stranger how to best spend my time has lost its charm.
Hair of the Dog is easily my favorite solo segment from Stephen. The Sunday talking heads generally deserve nothing less than ruthless mockery.
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