I'm getting tired of this:
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is calling on Americans to rekindle the spirit of unity that characterized the response to the Sept. 11 attacks. "It can be a lasting virtue," he said. "Not just on one day, but every day."
The president made his appeal during his weekly radio and Internet address...[...]But he cast his plea for good will against the backdrop of the economic challenges facing the country today. Coming in the aftermath of bitter partisan fights over government spending and tough criticism of his administration by Republican presidential candidates, his remarks were an overt call for greater cooperation.
"We were united, and the outpouring of generosity and compassion reminded us that in times of challenge, we Americans move forward together, as one people," he said.
In the Republican address, Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada stuck to economic themes, criticizing the Obama administration for creating "more government that continues to impede economic growth at every turn."
Heller called for a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution and repeal of the health care law that Obama signed last year, both demands that Republicans have failed to achieve.
He also called for an overhaul of Social Security and Medicare to reduce their long-term costs and to simplify tax laws.
What will it take?ReplyDelete
Big Brass Ones.
You Know, like our Secretary of State has.
And I'm reminded of the Surgery Program director who said he could tell everything about a man by the way he threw a baseball. And if I hadn't stuck him with a 5-0 cutting edge needle, I'd probably be a miserable surgeon now, sweating in a hot gown, waiting for the Ukranian CRNA to come back from her break.
Sounds pretty good actually.
You ever seen the Peas-Eater-in-Chief throw a baseball?
No, but I've seen his jump shot.ReplyDelete