Tuesday, November 09, 2010
Who says the mainstream media is always on the side of Barack Obama? If the Associated Press had called up Rush Limbaugh and asked him to write the headline for this story, it wouldn't have come out any uglier from the White House's point of view...
"At home in Indonesia...." Seriously? Bwahahaha! Even if you're not a "birther" -- and I most decided am not -- it just doesn't get funnier than that.
It will be interesting to see how long that headline survives in the write-through.
MORE: The linked story also contains a helpful clarification that you do not often seen in news about American presidents (emphasis added):
The president, who is Christian, is eager to hold up Indonesia as a model: an overwhelmingly Muslim nation where other religions are respected freely and an evolving democracy is gaining strength despite a legacy of corruption.
Here's a story from today, about former president bush's memoir, in which he discusses his attempt to press China's leader's on religious freedom, which states that bush is a "born-again Christian".
Maybe not exactly the same, but pretty close.
Obama acts like he is from France, to be quite honest.
This story of being 'at home' is a laugh riot.
Nearly as funny as Nancy Pelosi wanting to remain the Dems 'go to girl' in the House.
These Democats, as evidence by the votes in California, seem utterly detached from reality.