Quote of the Day, Better Late Than Never edition.

Although I have to go: ‘can be?’

These are not good times for the Republic (and if you laughed or scratched your head at me calling America a republic, I rest my case). But they are amusing times, at least for those of us capable of extracting some measure of mirth and schadenfreude from the president’s predicament. With the sand running out on the Obama presidency, it’s finally dawning on the president’s friends and fans that he can be a real jerk.

Well, OK, I should be nicer. I’m sure that Barack Obama is nice to his family and his dog. But the President doesn’t seem to know how to tell when it’s personal, and when it’s just business. Fortunately, in a year and a half it won’t matter anymore…


5 thoughts on “Quote of the Day, Better Late Than Never edition.”

  1. Community organizers have a difficult time understanding when to turn off the crap-stirring machine and when to start consolidating gains. Sort of like the career of Napoleon Bonaparte – there is a time for conquest and a time to digest and consolidate what you have won.
    But then, few gamblers know when it is best to fold them and walk away from that table.
    (cue Kenny Rogers)

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