Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Obama's Weekly Lowlights

New York – They are the latest state to allow gay marriage.

Sonny Le – The former Census Bureau Spokesman wants to revoke Micelle Malkin’s citizenship.

Dream Act – It seems the White House is circumventing Congress and is implementing the law through an executive memo to ICE.

Diabetes – The percentage of adults with the disease has doubled in the past 30 years.

TSA – They detained a 95 year old woman, who is confined to a wheelchair, for nearly one hour during a search.

Egypt – Egypt’s leader, Shaykh Sa‘id ’Abd-al-’Azim, said in a recent interview that democracy is a "bad, backwards and a retarded idea."

Wisconsin – Passed the right to carry a concealed weapon (Illinois in now the only state that does not have this gun law) and they cut 1 million in funding from Planned Parenthood.

Supreme Court – They struck down a lawsuit that was trying to regulate violent video games. They also rejected to hear an Abu Ghraib lawsuit.
Obama Knows Best – Barack says he will lead more on instinct than on consensus (which he claimed he did the first two years of his administration).

Blagojevich – He was convicted on 17 corruption criminal counts including trying to sell / barter Obama’s Senate seat, wire fraud, and extortion. He will be the second straight Illinois governor to spend time in prison.
Electric Cars – The Norwegian car company, Think, has filed for bankruptcy for a third time.

Vince Cefalu – He is now a former ATF agent after cooperating with the House Oversight Committee about the failed Fast and Furious operation.

Spending – Fifty years ago defense spending was over 3 times larger than entitlement spending. Today, entitlement spending is 2 times larger than our defense budget.

Nuclear Power - Shareholders for the Japanese power utility which failed following the March earthquake and tsunami have voted to maintain the nuclear portion of their operations.

Iran - An Iranian general says that Israeli and top American military bases are now within reach of Iranian rockets.

IMF - French Finance Minister, Christine Lagarde, clinched the top job at the IMF replacing the former head who was charged with sexual assault in New York this past month.

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