Poconoeagle wrote:he's a dispespectful ass absolutly no good imo
If it were just once or even a couple of times, it would be understandable. What I find so disconcerting is that he doesn't seem to REALLY KNOW... He doesn't know how to behave, he has no sense of protocol. He, much like a foreigner at a baseball game, might say, " How do they decide what team gets up first"???
While we learned respect for the flag in second grade...he may have been studying the Koran and singing some Arabic verse. Our president gets an "F" in respect for the flag and the nation for which it stands
They say he was tired in Oregon...Well...You could have awakened me at 3:00AM from a drunken stupor[hypothetically ] and I could tell you how many states they are...then after a coffee, name them and probably most every capital city...(though I haven't done that in decades) I'll bet you a thousand dollars he can't name all of the States..just to clear I am referring to the United States, not his states by his count!
stockingfull wrote:Do you guys write for Glenn Beck? Or just get your material there?
Just for the record, I do not listen to Glenn Beck, or any other crackpot, entertainment types. I do however take note of some of some entertainers, for instance: I found Sean Penn "fantastic" and Jane Fonda treasonous.
I have started to notice oddities in our president, that seem inappropriate for any educated American; I mentioned a few.
He Can't Take Another Bow An icon of a White House that is coming to seem amateurish.
From journalist Elizabeth Drew, a veteran and often sympathetic chronicler of Democratic figures, a fiery denunciation of—and warning for—the White House. "a critical mass of influential people who once held big hopes for his presidency began to wonder whether they had misjudged the man." They once held "an unromantically high opinion of Obama," and were key to his rise, but now they are concluding that the president isn't "the person of integrity and even classiness they had thought." She scored "the Chicago crowd," which she characterized as "a distressingly insular and small-minded West Wing team." The White House, Ms. Drew says, needs adult supervision—"an older, wiser head, someone with a bit more detachment."