Ouch, ouch, those rotten eggs that landed on my face stink like crazy ;)
Where was I? Women? No, no, I was talking about politics.
Today, yet again I am thinking that Obama is one damn good Republican president and I have no idea why the GOP is always upset with him. Maybe it is because he is black?
Consider this. Obama even came here to Oregon, to talk up the fast-tracking of the trade deal across the Pacific. He even chose an appropriate Republican venue for it--the campus of
the University of Oregon Nike, which liberals love to hate. Guess what happened at the US Senate?
Senate Democrats on Tuesday blocked consideration of giving President Obama power to accelerate a broad trade accord with Asia, a rebuke that the president helped bring on himself.
That's right. The Democrats, with one exception, blocked it, and the Obama-hating Republicans voted to support him.
Isn't politics the best theatre that money can get!
It gets even more entertaining: Obama is pissed off at the Democrats. Hehehe, fun times!
Mr. Obama has said Democrats have been spreading disinformation about the Pacific trade accord and the authority he is seeking, singling out Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts for her role in opposing the accord.
The GOP's mood?
Republican leaders were pleased with the turn of events.
Senator John Thune of South Dakota, the Senate Republican conference chairman, said Democrats were “throwing their own president under the bus.”
Ok, enough about that. Let us move on to one more exhibit of how Obama is the best Republican president that the GOP can have, shall we?
Remember that old GOP slogan "drill baby, drill!"? Republicans are almost always pissed off at the Democrats because of the opposition to drilling offshore or in the Arctic.
Obama being the best Republican president has, of course, approved drilling in the Arctic:
Mr. Obama — acting on his own, since these are all executive actions requiring nothing from Congress — has opened huge swaths of the Powder River basin to new coal mining. He’s still studying whether to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, though the country’s leading climate scientists have all told him it would be a disaster. And now he’s given Shell the green light, meaning that, as with Keystone, it will be up to the environmental movement to block the plan
Thus writes Bill McKibben, who "teaches environmental studies at Middlebury College and is the founder of the global climate campaign 350.org."
You know what? I take back that comment about comparing politics and women. Because, politics is infinitely more entertaining than women are.
Ouch, ouch, ouch--stop pelting me with those lumps of coal, you crazy women! ;)