Thursday, December 18, 2008
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
President-Elect Barack Obama hasn’t even taken office yet and he’s already using the Bill Clinton playbook on gay issues
Not exactly Change you can believe in.
Exhibit 1:President-Elect Obama didn’t appoint even one openly gay person to his senior staff. 21 senior staff positions in the White House. Not one LGBT person. (You’ll recall that Sen. John McCain has a long record hiring openly gay people to senior positions both in his presidential campaign and senate office.)
Exhibit 2: No openly gay cabinet appointees. Maybe it’ll still happen, but with only a couple slots left, don’t hold your breath unless you want to pass out. Read more about grumbling from the gay left about the lack of appointments.
Exhibit 3:Lowering expectations on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. News reports say Democrats won’t consider the issue in 2009. Of course, in 2010 it’s easy to predict that congressional Democrats will say, Sorry, but we have to wait until after the mid-term elections.
Obama supporter Andrew Sullivan writes,[It's] shrewd politics, but if anyone is under any illusion that Obama is interested in advancing gay equality, they should probably sober up now.”
So let the countdown begin before gays and lesbians under an Obama Administration begin dying under tons of bricks or on a noose.
Remember, he’s first and foremost a Muslim - and we all know how Muslims treat us. Like a snake treats a rat before its meal.
Hypocrisy, thy name is liberalism.
Monday, December 8, 2008
Please don’t get me wrong.
I have always admired Caroline Kennedy.Â Her Mom raised her right — good values, sensible manners and she carries herself with a quiet dignity that most people have long forgotten.
I don’t agree with Ms. Kennedy’s politics, but I like her and her life story.
That being said…. what on earth makes Caroline Kennedy any more qualified to be a United States Senator than Sarah Palin was for Vice President?
Palin had 16 years of elected public service going into this election; Caroline has none.
When did the US Congress become the House of Dynasties?
If crawling around the Oval Office on your hands and knees and playing underneath the President’s desk qualifies you for the Senate — let’s appoint Monica Lewinsky as the next Senator from New York.