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Breakfast Scramble

DavidL's Breakfast Scramble
Is  there a Pulitzer for Iowahawk? MoDo, Maureen Dowd has a Pulitzer and MoDo’s specialty is writing columns on what what she thinks other people are thinking.  Iowahawk  has done MoDo one better, he writes about the Sarah Palin which resides in liberal brains,  here [1]:

Where are our oil reserves? Nice Deb does the work Barack Obama is too lazy to do and report it here. [2]

Is Dumbo all there, Michelle [3]:

My column today examines the diffident demeanor of our commander-in-chief in crisis. To his oil spill and Christmas Day bomber press events, I should also add his bizarrely detached initial remarks about the Fort Hood jihadi attack — which he treated as an afterthought.  Remember [4]?  Once is an oddity. Twice is a coincidence. Three times is a condition

Our thin skinned President, by Peter Wehner, Politics Daily [5]:

The president is constantly complaining about what others are saying about him. He is upset at Fox News, and conservative talk radio, and Republicans, and people carrying unflattering posters of him. He gets upset when his avalanche of faulty facts are challenged, like on health care. He gets upset when he is called on his hypocrisy, on everything from breaking his promise not to hire lobbyists in the White House to broadcasting health care meetings on C-SPAN to not curtailing earmarks to failing in his promises of transparency and bipartisanship.

People with real experience and real achievement tend to develop a thick skin.   In the real world, it because apparent that you can not please everybody all the time.  Sadly, Obama does not live in the real world.   He lives in dream like utopia, with ideal solutions and where everybody is happy.

Pro-death, anti-human and all insaee, By Ali Frick, Yglesias [6];

This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of Dr.  George Tiller’s murder [7], a terrorist act committed to stop him for providing women with safe, legal abortions. The murder was only the most obvious sign that the anti-abortion movement is winning, steadily shaving away women’s constitutional rights. Jezebel notes a study showing that fewer and fewer medical professionals [8] are going into the field of reproductive health and services. And yesterday, the New York Times discussed the latest method right-wing forces use to intimidate women [9] seeking abortions:

What in the world is a safe abortion?  An abortion  is pseudo-medical procedure intended to kill a living human being.  As such, it can not be made safe.   Abortion kills.    Sadly  unborn human beings have no choice but to trust their mothers not have have them killed.   Sadly, one million Americans year find out that their trust was misplaced