Posted: 06 Apr 2009 10:29 AM PDT
My book, "Ideological Bigotry," is now available purchase.
The link to by the book is in that link. Please buy it early, often, and repeatedly. It is the Jewish Republican version of fighting back agaisnt the leftinistras!
eric aka the Tygrrrr Express
P.S. I will be autographing hard cover purchases when I am in your city.
Posted: 06 Apr 2009 07:05 AM PDT
One writer is definitely a little tired of Barack Obama's long winded speeches and he writes about them in The Telegraph.
His performance at the first press conference in London with Gordon Brown featured moments in which he sparkled - his riff on loving the Queen was a high-point. But most of the serious answers that I listened to were interminable, windy and not very impressive. At points there were pauses so long that it appeared he had simply lost his train of thought.
The writer, Iain Martin, is even less impressed with Obama's speech in Prague:
Today, we were treated to another set-piece Obama speech, and my didn't he go on a bit? The crowd in Prague was huge, and initially wildly enthusiastic, but what he served up was not any more impressive than his damp squib in Berlin last year. Is there a computer which churns this stuff out for him?
Martin also seems to think that within a year Obama will be labeled a wind-bag.
Obviously these writers didn't pay enough attention to Obama during our elections, where everyone noted those "pauses" were generally when he didn't have a teleprompter leading his every word.
The Guardian's John Crace also makes fun of those "pauses", and TownHall has the video of Obama having a bit of a problem with his teleprompter on this trek through Europe.
The honeymoon is definitely ending.
Posted: 06 Apr 2009 07:01 AM PDT
Absolutely love Hot Air's "Obamateurism of the Day" and today's is quite amusing.
It was also interesting to see that political interaction in Europe is not that different from the United States Senate. There's a lot of — I don't know what the term is in Austrian — wheeling and dealing — and, you know, people are pursuing their interests, and everybody has their own particular issues and their own particular politics.
Morrissey at Hot Air goes through the languages spoken in Austria as well as the fact that there is no "Austrian" language itself.
Your ridiculous item for the day.
Posted: 05 Apr 2009 05:12 PM PDT
Short and sweet. With news of the long range missile launch from North Korea, Rasmussen took a poll and found that 57 percent of Americans want a military response to North Korea.
Fifty-seven percent (57%) of U.S. voters nationwide favor a military response to eliminate North Korea's missile launching capability. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that just 15% of voters oppose a military response while 28% are not sure.
Posted: 05 Apr 2009 11:41 AM PDT
Today is a very simple Sunday where I am spreading some link love and paying homage to some Great Americans.
eric aka the Tygrrrr Express
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