|Roger in WND: Don't drink the Kool Aid
To this day, "Don't drink the Kool-Aid" is a phrase used to warn against blind belief in an ideology or an argument without critical examination.
If you are trying to understand why gas prices are suddenly a lot higher, and you are faced with the Media Matters media supporting the delusional and dysfunctional statements and decisions on energy by Barack Obama, don't drink the Kool-Aid.
Send in the clowns: Farrakahn says racists put Obama's life in danger
In a fiery lecture to thousands of followers of the Nation of Islam on Sunday in Chicago,
warned that racial hatred could lead to attempts to assassinate President
Obama calls on Black churches to back reelect: Blacks for Obama
Imagine if Ron Paul announced a national campaign called 'Whites for Ron Paul' - he'd be vilified as a racist. And yet Barack Obama has done the equivalent of precisely that with his launch of 'African Americans for Obama'.
Brewer endorses Romney
Romney/Santorum neck and neck in MI
Quinnipiac in Ohio: Santorum plus 7 in Ohio
With strong support from men and conservatives, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum leads the Ohio GOP presidential field with 36 percent of likely Republican primary voters, followed by former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with 29 points, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. But 45 percent of voters say they might change their mind.
Obamacare hurts Obama
Healthcare law hurting Obama: In battleground states, most see it as unconstitutional,
--Was it a good thing or a bad thing that Congress passed the health reform law? Swing states: Good thing, 38%; bad thing, 53% ... Nationwide: Good thing, 42%; bad thing, 50%.
--In the long run, how do you think it will affect your family? Nationwide: make things better, 22%; not make much difference, 33%; make things worse, 41%.
--Do you think the individual mandate is constitutional? Nationwide: Constitutional, 21%; unconstitutional, 75%.
Feds sued over Kagan's Obamacare role
"This is no time for the Obama administration to stonewall and obfuscate," said Tom Fitton, the chief of Judicial Watch. "We hope the court will force the Obama administration to respond to our request in a manner consistent with federal law."
He said, "The American people deserve to know how deeply involved Elena Kagan and her top deputies were in shaping the Obama administration's legal defense of Obamacare. The integrity of the courts requires a full airing of those facts before she participates in ruling on a matter she may have helped prepare for litigation. There is more information at the Justice Department but clearly Eric Holder intends to run out the clock."
Afghan Uproar Casts Shadows On U.S. Pullout
"American officials described a growing concern, even at the highest levels of the Obama administration and Pentagon, about the challenges of pulling off a troop withdrawal in Afghanistan that hinges on the close mentoring and training of army and police forces. ... Nearly a week of violent unrest after American personnel threw Korans into a pit of burning trash has brought into sharp relief the growing American and Afghan frustration - and, at times, open hostility - and the risks of a strategy that calls for American soldiers and civilians to work closely with Afghans. The United States now has what one senior American official said was 'almost no margin of error' in trying to achieve even limited goals in Afghanistan after a series of crises that have stirred resentment. The official said the unrest might complicate but was unlikely to significantly alter the overall plan."