Category Archives: Story telling

What has the Greatest President Ever been Thinking about during the Continuing Benghazi Kerfuffle?


The most important matter before him, of course, reelection. During the 2008 campaign, Senator Obama ran successfully on the widely accepted notion that he was The One We had Been Waiting For. On September 11, 2012 — well before the … Continue reading

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Many will Vote their Gut Feelings this Year.


Or something. This Howard Stern show features interviews with some ordinary folk who are likely to vote their gut feelings this year, having nothing else to help them to decide. Maybe they are right and the pro-life “Obama-Ryan” ticket will … Continue reading

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President Barack Hubris Obama


In well over his head, he is too dangerous to reelect. We probably won’t do that. From majestic Greek columns made of Styrofoam provided at his nomination acceptance speech in 2008 to praise for his occasional vocalizations, President Obama’s already … Continue reading

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Dishonorable Disclosures


In the interest of bipartisan fairness, I have updated yesterday’s article about the Dishonorable Disclosures video. The update notes the Obama Truth Team’s rapier-like response, which purports to “fact check” the video. I suppose they did the best they could … Continue reading

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Ex-TOTUS Speaks Again, no longer ex-cathedra.


In an earlier article The Really Honorable I. M. Totus, then the Teleprompter of the United States, told us of his origins and White House functions. Recently fired from his post, he now has even more to say. With the … Continue reading

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President Obama Has Failed to Tell Enough Stories.


That’s what he says has been his greatest problem as our President. Therefore, it must be true. President Obama’s plight is a sad one, because he has done an historic and truly remarkable job in every other respect. Due to … Continue reading

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