Hey, leftists and liberals and Democrats, remember a couple of years ago how super-excited you were about Barack Obama, the Chicago community organizer? Nobodyreallyexpected unicorns and a fair tax burden for the richest of the rich, but we were enthusiastic, right? Barack Obama has remained completely invisible during the intense labor battles raging in Wisconsin and Indiana and Ohio and even Tennessee. We sort of remember being at the Democratic convention and lots of Democratic presidential debates over the long 2007-2008 campaign, and it sure seems like labor played a
Someone inform the president that this isn&#039;t what Ralph Ellison meant when he talked about &quot;the Invisible Man.&quot;
From Canada, where I sit, you already are, and have been since at least the Shrub&#039;s re-election.
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Ugh...and if you lose your job, could you face the death penalty?
Sigh...they grow up so fast.
Hair: jet black Skin: lily white Inside: ash gray
<i>I keep hearing that Barry&#039;s playing Matrix level chess, while the rest of us are playing checkers.</i>
it still just means that he&#039;s only playing games.
Obama caving in to conservatives and corporations so the Washington press can give him handjobs for his centrism and the right wing media can keep calling him a commie for the rest of his term hardly seems like a fair trade-off.
<i>Is Obama a secret republican? </i>
Not really doing a very good job of keeping it secret.
He has gone to the mushy middle where nothing good is ever accomplished. Come on Barry how about a little Atta Boy to the protesters?
Peanuts Football - 2011.
Republican Lucy: (holding the football) If President Charlie Brown Obama just compromises a little more, the Republicans might still meet him halfway.
President Charlie Brown Obama: If I just compromise a little more, the Republicans might still meet me halfway.
NOW KICK THAT FOOTBALL, CHARLIE BROWN!!!!
Wah Wah Wah...
The first message of the 2010 election, for Obama and his fellow &quot;centrist&quot; Democrats, is simple: Stop making your base feel like cheerleaders at Charlie Brown&rsquo;s football game.