Mark Steyn & Barack Obama

Mark Steyn (born December 8, 1959) is a Canadian-born writer, conservative-leaning political commentator, and cultural critic. Barack Hussein Obama II (born August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States. 5.0/5

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Alternate version of Barack Obama's Berlin speech written by Mark Steyn is no more stupid than the actual speech he gave. "Peace with justice means extending a hand to those who reach for freedom, wherever they live. Come take my hand and together we will rise, on the wings of love, up and above the clouds, the only way to fly . . . Peace with justice means pursuing the security of a world without nuclear weapons — no matter how distant that dream may be, just smile for me and let the day begin. You are the sunshine that lights my heat within, and we can reject the nuclear weaponization that North Korea and Iran may be seeking, because we are angels in disguise, we live and breathe each other, inseparable . . . The effort to slow climate change requires bold action. For the grim alternative affects all nations — more severe storms, more famine and floods . . . coastlines that vanish, oceans that rise, you look at me and I begin to melt, just like the snow when a ray of sun is felt. . . . This is the f ...
"Abraham Lincoln, a predecessor of Barack Obama in both the White House and the Illinois legislature, hag eighteen months of formal education and became a soldier, a surveyor, postmaster, rail-splitter, tavern keeper, and self-taught prairie lawyer. Obama went to Occidental College, Columbia University, and Harvard Law School, and became a "community organizer." I'm not sure that's progress---and it's certainly not "sustainable." If he hadn't become president, his resume wouldn't be anybody's idea of a return on investment." ---Mark Steyn, After America
Mark Steyn brilliantly sums up how despicable Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton truly are. May God have mercy on their depraved and diabolical souls.
Mark Steyn writes on NRO: In political terms, Hurricane Sandy and the Benghazi-consulate debacle exemplify at home and abroad the fundamental unseriousness of the United States in the Obama era. In the days after Sandy hit, Barack Obama was generally agreed to have performed well. He had himself pho...
"I don’t know whether Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan can fix things, but I do know that Barack Obama and Joe Biden won’t even try — and that therefore a vote for Obama is a vote for the certainty of national collapse." -- Mark Steyn
Mark Steyn: Benghazi bungle requires act of urgent political hygiene By MARK STEYN 2012-10-26 16:29:06 "We're going to have that person arrested and prosecuted that did the video," said Hillary Clinton. No, not the person who made the video saying that voting for Barack Obama is like losing your virginity to a really cool guy. I'll get to that in a moment. But Secretary Clinton was talking about the fellow who made the supposedly Islamophobic video that supposedly set off the sacking of the Benghazi consulate. And, indeed, she did "have that person arrested." By happy coincidence, his bail hearing has been set for three days after the election, by which time he will have served his purpose. These two videos – the Islamophobic one and the Obamosexual one – bookend the remarkable but wholly deserved collapse of the president's re-election campaign. You'll recall that a near month-long attempt to blame an obscure YouTube video for the murder of four Americans and the destruction of U.S. sovereign territo ...
Nineteen days left. 51. Barack Obama won't speak the truth about the Fort Hood Massacre. Remember, the Fort Hood Massacre involved the Army doctor who became a radical jihadist. And who no one would blow the whistle on because of political correctness even as he grew increasingly radical, increasingly outspoken. And after he struck, after he mercilessly executed his fellow soldiers on Fort Hood, he ought to have been condemned as what he was, as Islamist extremist. But President Obama will not do that, has not done that, won't do that. And for that lack of candor you ought not vote for him. 52. Here's a small reason. the president's elitism in things as small as pronunciation, like Pock-e-stan (Pakistan). Mark Steyn and I have yucked it up on the program that he adopts an elitist's air of old British colonialism. The colonialism that allegedly hurt his father so badly when he was in Kenya. But the "Pock-e-ston" pronunciation reminds us of the president's insistence that he's just a lot smarter t ...
Freedom or freebies? Mark Steyn on The Future and to whom it may or may not belong: But one thing we can say for certain is that the future will not belong to broke losers. You’re the brokest guy in the room, you’re the president of Brokistan. You’ve got to pay back $16 trillion just to get back to having nothing, nada, zip. Who the *** are you to tell us who the future’s going to belong to? The excitable lads around the globe torching American embassies with impunity seem to have figured this out, even if the striped-pants crowd at Turtle Bay are too polite to mention it. Obama is not the president of the Future. He is president right now, and one occasionally wishes the great visionary would take his eye off the far-distant horizon where educated women and fire-breathing imams frolic and gambol side by side around their Chevy Volts, to focus on the humdrum present where the rest of us have the misfortune to live. In the America over which Barack Obama has the tedious chore of actually presiding ...
So indeed Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin will be the Republican nominee for Vice-President. This means that the final verdict on the 2012 presidential campaign will involve, at least, an assessment that the campaign was about something substantive. Barack Obama is currently winning this election, or Mitt Romney is losing it, one or the other, and the latter seems more suspect at this point. According to attacks from the President's re-election team and their allies, Gov. Romney has personally sadistic tendencies, is eager to impoverish others for his personal gain, and even has a hand in the past in the unnecessary deaths of family members of his employees. I am consistently amazed at the fact that we are over three and a half years into the President's four-year term, and his re-election campaign involves so precious little mention of any accomplishments or record of his tenure. We have not had a President who has been this successful in advancing a domestic policy agenda since Ronald Reagan, or perhaps ...
Entering these murky waters, swimming through it like a crab in Mrs. Warren's tomato mayo, Barack Obama refined his own identity with a finesse that Harvard Law's first cigar-store Indian lacked. In 1984, when "Elizabeth Warren – Cherokee" was cooking up a storm, the young Obama was still trying to figure out his name: He'd been "Barry" up till then. According to his recently discovered New York girlfriend, back when she dated him he was "BAR-ack," emphasis on the first syllable, as in barracks, which is how his dad was known back in Kenya. Later in the Eighties, he decided "BAR-ack" was too British, and modified it to "Ba-RACK". Some years ago, on Fox News, Bob Beckel criticized me for mispronouncing Barack Obama's name. My mistake.
Mark Steyn writes on NRO: A couple of days ago, Obama-campaign top dog David Axelrod threw in the towel on the dog war. “I thought it was a little absurd to talk about what the president had done as a ten-year-old boy,” he sniffed to MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, which is as near as the suddenly . . .
"Obama's 'Buffett Rule' will raise – stand well back – $3.2 billion per year (according to the CBO). Or what the United States government currently borrows every 17 hours. So in 514 years it will have raised enough additional revenue to pay off the 2011 federal budget deficit.. . . Sometimes societies become too stupid to survive. A nation that takes Barack Obama's current rhetorical flourishes seriously is certainly well advanced along that dismal path. . . He thinks you're stupid. Warren Buffett thinks you're stupid. Maybe you are. But not everyone is. And America's foreign debtors understand that "the Buffett Rule" is just another pathetic sleight of hand en route to the collapse of the U.S. dollar, and of American Society shortly thereafter. . " - Mark Steyn "Math is hard." - anonymous
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