Some taxpayer paid moron and Obamatard, Jesse Lee, Whitehouse.gov , posted this drivel on the peoples’ computer:
Reality Check: Trying to Turn a Point of Pride into a Moment of Shame
Last night Fox News continued its disregard for the facts in an attempt to smear the Administration’s efforts to win the Olympics for the United States. In the past, hosting the Olympics has been a source of pride and unity for the country, but once again Fox News’ Glenn Beck program has shown that nothing is worthy of respect if it can be used as part of a partisan attack to boost ratings.
Sure the Obamatards are claiming that the Chicago Olympic bid is unifying the when in fact the bid is not even unifying Chicago, from Don Babwin, Associated Press :
The opposition is not as visible as the “We Back the Bid” signs plastered across town. But in a city all too familiar with stories of public corruption and problems with public services, there is serious concern the games can only mean more troubles â€” and bills â€” for residents.
“I know it’s going to cost us money somehow,” said Joseph Patrick, a 51-year-old stay-at-home dad. “The government doesn’t have a job (so) the only place they can get money is from us.”
The economy is in peril, Iran is about to go nuclear, we on the verge of losing a war in Afghanistan and the moron president is worried about hosting an over-blown pageant for women with five o’clock shadows.
- It is dubious practice to use a taxpayer funded computer to attack both a network and individual. It Obama does not care for what Glenn Beck says, and it is the moron’s right to object, let one of his paid flunkies like Keith Olbermann do the dirty work.
- It is does not behoove a so-called “Reality Check” to misstate the facts. The only way for the United States to win the Olympics selection process for some other nation, like Brazil, to be stuck with the bill of footing the games.
- Not all adults see the Olympics, in there present state, as even worthy of participation, much less hosting.
- The President said recently that he was not interested in victory. Yet he strives to “win” the Olympic games. Some strange set of priories.
Games are for children. Public employee’s like, Mr. Lee, should not be using the public’s computer to play his childish smear games. We will await Mr. Lee’s formal apology and subsequent resignation.