Jim Geraghty’s Law, National Review

All Barack Obama statements come with an expiration date. All of them.

The one, January 20:

On this day, we come to proclaim an end to the petty grievances and false promises, the recriminations and worn out dogmas, that for far too long have strangled our politics

Jennifer Rubin, Commentary Magazine:

It should be of concern that, after riding into office on the hope and promise to end the perpetual cycle of acrimony, Obama has intensified it through perpetual slights and jabs at his predecessor. It should be of concern that he doesn’t quite realize his job is to rise above nastiness; not to encourage it. It should be of concern that his administration has made a fetish of vilifying select media figures, a practice not seen since the Nixon presidency. And it should be of some concern, quite bluntly, that Obama thinks a joke about someone keeling over from kidney failure is a hoot.

Bottom line: we don’t expect anything better from Sykes, but we do from our

All of Obama’s statements come with experation dates, even the ones the one made during his own inagruation.  Is the one too stupid to kn0w the meaning of his own words?   I mean, you don’t have to actualy understand the meaning of a word on a teleprompter, only pronounce it.   Or does Obama actually understand what he say, but just doen’t care?

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