Meanwhile it was learned yesterday that Obama rises daily at 7 am (15 minutes after George Bush would have been having his first official meeting), Moochelle is off on another all-expenses-paid junket, this time to China with no press allowed to really see what is going on, Joe Biden is representing American interests in a frightened Europe (I know this makes them feel safe!), Jay Carney is caught receiving questions for his press conferences in advance, and the man of the hour, Barack, is nowhere to be seen where official business is being conducted. He's just too busy.
So what is he busy doing? He's at ESPN filling out his NCAA "March Madness" brackets and providing his expert guidance on what he thinks will happen in the tournament and who will ultimately win. You can't make this stuff up, people. The President of the United States is devoting his energies to sports while America founders.
On second thought, maybe this is a good thing. When you think about it, you realize that every moment he spends on trivia like sports allows him less time to continue his destruction of the America we used to recognize. But then again, since he really isn't the "power' but merely the "pawn" of the Leftist Movement, I'm sure Valerie Jarrett is carrying on quite well without him.
Look, folks, this is not a knock on the basketball tournament. I know millions of Americans love it and enjoy this "one loss and you're out" spectacle each year. But for the President of the United States, a man who is watched closely by the world for hints about what he stands for, to be spending his prime time on such things as basketball and celebrities and expensive parties constantly and on our dime sends a message to the world that we are not a serious country. I'm sure Vladimir is laughing his posterior off watching from his perch in the Kremlin.
These are not the best of times and we are in serious trouble as a nation. Don't you think it's time to start changing things? Let's start in November with a strong Conservative push. I think we are rapidly reaching now or never time. Real, competent leadership can accomplish real, competent change.