Ed Driscoll

Is There Nothing That Obama Can't Do?

Kate of Small Dead Animals writes, “Now is the time at SDA when we juxtapose!”

Carol Platt Liebau (Harvard Law Review), February 20th“[Tom Pirelli] did most of the day to day work. Barack Obama was nowhere to be seen. Occasionally he would drop in he would talk to people, and then he’d leave again as though his very arrival had been a benediction in and of itself, but not very much got done.”

CNN Political Ticker, July 21stOne Democratic senator tells CNN congressional Democrats are “baffled,” and another senior Democratic source tells CNN members of the president’s own party are still “frustrated” that they’re not getting more specific direction from him on health care. “We appreciate the rhetoric and his willingness to ratchet up the pressure but what most Democrats on the Hill are looking for is for the president to weigh in and make decisions on outstanding issues…”

Meanwhile, in a shocking development, an on-air personality at NBC discards her Olympian distance and objectivity, as  Dr. Nancy Snyderman, the Peacock Network’s medical correspondent admits, “I Was Rooting for the President to Hit a Home Run” during his dog and unicorn show Wednesday night.