“Plug the damn hole!”
Thus declared Barack Obama to “his aids” and then he went to San Francisco for more party time.
That about sums up the magnitude of what’s being done by Barack Obama (and “his aids”) about the Gulf Oil Spill, about which Obama claimed — while in San Francisco (raising money for Democrat Barbara Boxer’s current campaign woes, among other promotions Obama indicates as more important than with what he’s been hired to contend, left swirling back in D.C.) — that “(they) were doing all (they) can”. Perhaps Obama served refreshments to “his aids” with his declaration, thus making it so extensive as he later described. Whew. Job is so hard.
The other big announcements are that Obama is going to Chicago for another vacation and he’s bypassing any honors for our nation’s fallen soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery: no wreaths he’ll be there to lay, nor no national anthem he will be there to not honor, no, nor Unknown Soldier refused a salute, because no Obama and no no-saluting Obama.
Chicago is eager for more of the Obama parties, so it’s told us by the Leftwing media. The Gulf is so far away from Chicago, after all, and they’re on their own way down there in the South anyway. And, this will only be Obama’s second vacation since all this Gulf Oil disaster-stuff began, so it’s not as if there’s no reason not to party more.
World on the brink of wars, wars and more wars, time-honored duties honored by previous Presidents for over a century in this nation to be ignored by Barack Obama, Gulf Oil spill (still spewing, not “plugged”) of unparalleled, disasterous proportions, our national security at issue and under disturbing offense, and Obama wonders what restaurants he will make appearance in in Chicago. And Chicago wonders, too.
Have another drink, Barack Obama, and don’t strain yourself.
Arlington National Cemetery
— remembering on Memorial Day and always those who have served our nation.
Except if you’re Barack Obama and there’s a vacation to be taken, another party in which to appear with another six teleprompters in tow.