Obamafada, Meryl Yourish :
So, the man who proclaimed to AIPAC  that he had a “strong commitment” to the “unbreakable bond” between Israel and the United States is leading a full-court press to force Israel to yield to The One’s indomitable will. Let us review:
The Cairo speech :
The United States does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlements.
The result? Palestinians added a precondition to peace talks that they would only come to the table when Israel freezes all settlement building, including in Jerusalem, which they had never before demanded. This, in spite of the fact that Obama demanded that peace talks be started without preconditions . There was no outburst about Palestinian rejectionism when they refused to come to the table
Obama is a peevish man, who simply does not liket Israel.
Bam’s Bad Day, Ralph Peters, New York Post :
Wednesday, March 24, 2010, was the worst day for US diplomacy in recent memory.
Between sunrise and sunset, we 1) handled our Israeli allies as enemies, 2) treated Pakistani gangsters as our benefactors and 3) got blindsided — brilliantly — by the Russians.
Did Mrs. Clinton promise “smart diplomacy”?
The ‘rats coming bad days, Kimberly Strassel, Wall Street Journal :
‘And so when you walk into that ballot box, remember that it was my Democratic opponent who favored providing Viagra to pedophiles.”
That isn’t a campaign line any American has heard yet, but give it a few hours. The Senate this week took up its “reconciliation” bill, with its final changes to the law the president signed Tuesday. It wasn’t so much reconciliation as reckoning.
Obama care provides for Viagra for registered sex offenders, and Charles Schumer, voted for it. Tkink about that before your pull your ballot lever in November.
Bam says Obama Care good for small business, from Fred Lucas;
(CNSNews.com ) – In his first speech on the road since signing the new health care legislation into law, President Barack Obama said on Thursday that the new law would help small businesses. But critics said the federal mandates in the law would be burdensome and costly to small businesses.
Maybe it is just big business O care is killing?
“Employers as varied as John Deere, Verizon, Caterpillar, Honeywell International, ski resorts, and medical device manufacturers have already announced that this government takeover will drive up their costs,” Price said in a statement.
Then Bam has never been smart enough to hold down a day job.
Blondie goes North, Day Five, Kathy Shaidle, Five Feet of Fury :
There’s an old joke about Canadians, that given the choice between “Heaven” and “Public Inquiry about Heaven,” they’d pick the latter.
We do NOT need an expensive, timewasting “inquiry.” There is nothing left to “inquire” about.
We need ordinary Canadians to send a message to even the most well-intentioned agents of the State: whether on our side (this week, as the wind blows) or against us, we don’t take our orders from you.
Professor – 1 ; Seattle Slimes – 0: Glenn Reynolds, Instapundi t:
AN IMPLAUSIBLE REPORT IN THE SEATTLE TIMES:  “A rock was thrown through the window of Driehaus’ Cincinnati office Sunday.”
Justin Binik-Thomas emails from Cincinnati that Rep. Driehaus’ office “is on the 30th floor of a skyscraper downtown.” He also says that he spoke to Driehaus’ office today and they said this never happened. Which is too bad, in a way, as the Reds could use a guy with an arm like that . . . .
Some professor have it, but alas other do not.
Biology – 1 : Professor – 0 : Telegraph (UK)
Professor Peter Kelly, director of public health in Teesside, claimed staff had found a link between social networking sites and the spread of the bacteria, especially among young women.
Correlation is not causation. Professor Kelly, you ought to be to find a job as a crossing guard.