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President Barack Obama will hold his first press conference in more than 10 months today at 12:45 pm and we will be there!

Well, not literally. Instead we will be sitting in front of a television, offering our minute by minute -- heck, second by second -- analysis of the questions, the answers and anything else that jumps to mind.

You can click here to follow "The Hyper Fix" on Twitter or just track the last 10 tweets or so below.

Need a primer on what topics will dominate today's presser? The Post's Karen Tumulty offers four questions on the Gulf Coast oil spill that should be asked while Politico has seven more questions worth asking.

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    "Some more of drindl's insightful posts. Is this pathetic or what? Anything that doesn't accord with her bizarre beliefs is considered sewage.

    Posted by: Brigade |"

    you certainly qualify.

    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 10:08 PM | Report abuse

    National Debt - 13 trillion
    Debt per taxpayer - 117, 915
    Debt to GDP ratio - 90.3%
    Unemployment - 9.7%

    "you'd would think they'd be sayin' thank you" - Barack Hussain Obama, April 15th, 2010

    Posted by: bumblingberry | May 27, 2010 12:13 PM
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    LOL. Best post of the day.

    Posted by: Brigade | May 27, 2010 7:15 PM | Report abuse

    It's too bad that most of the press corpse is simply spreadig rigthwing misinformation about this.


    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 1:02 PM
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    i don't know why you are bothering here, shrink...this thread is flooded with sewage. One of the worst ones yet.

    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 2:00 PM
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    Some more of drindl's insightful posts. Is this pathetic or what? Anything that doesn't accord with her bizarre beliefs is considered sewage.

    Posted by: Brigade | May 27, 2010 7:13 PM | Report abuse

    This is the latest:

    HOUSTON — BP had to halt its ambitious effort to plug its stricken oil well in the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday afternoon when engineers saw that too much of the drilling fluid they were injecting into the well was escaping along with the leaking crude oil.

    Anyone watching the live feed who saw the ROV putting the wrench into the plume saw it was covered with hydrates, which indicates the natural gas escaping.

    Apparently, they are starting up again tonight, but this is definitely not good news.

    Posted by: 12BarBlues | May 27, 2010 6:20 PM | Report abuse

    The one thing you can be sure of is that I will scream Democrap Socialist and Main Stream Media and hold my breath.

    Posted by: armpeg | May 27, 2010 1:33 PM | Report abuse

    -+-+-+-

    Shortened that up a bit for you.

    Jake in 3D

    Posted by: JakeD3 | May 27, 2010 5:01 PM | Report abuse

    "did nothing exept a lot of whinning, handwringing, and pointing fingers at BP to solve the problem, and to divert all blame."

    I'm still so confused, I thought the government WASN'T the answer to our problems and everything should be left to private enterprise?

    So, is Obama a socialist intent on controlling everything, or is he incompetent and unwilling to do anything? Get your crazy theories straight at least, because you're the only ones who look like bumbling fools.


    "National Debt - 13 trillion
    Debt per taxpayer - 117, 915
    Debt to GDP ratio - 90.3%
    Unemployment - 9.7%"

    Thanks Reagan and the Bushes...
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:US_Federal_Debt_as_Percent_of_GDP_by_President.jpg

    Posted by: kreuz_missile | May 27, 2010 4:41 PM | Report abuse

    Yeah, Impeach Obama, just like we impeached Reagan.

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1454&dat=19811126&id=ibcsAAAAIBAJ&sjid=HhQEAAAAIBAJ&pg=5060,5317656

    Maybe we should get Ed Rollins' opinion?

    Posted by: kreuz_missile | May 27, 2010 4:31 PM | Report abuse

    I'm still not following.

    DDAWD

    the story of your life.

    Posted by: bumblingberry | May 27, 2010 2:46 PM | Report abuse

    I'm still not following. Are you saying that Obama learns everything through second hand sources?

    Posted by: DDAWD | May 27, 2010 2:18 PM | Report abuse

    Obama says he NEEDS MORE TIME TO COVER-UP THE SESTAK AFFAIR - WITH A STATEMENT


    OH - the cover-up

    Get your story straight - SURE SOUNDS LIKE OBAMA IS PREPARING THE COVER-UP RIGHT NOW


    WE NEED AN INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR FOR THE SESTAK AFFAIR.


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    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 27, 2010 2:09 PM | Report abuse

    He understands the frustrations.

    Sounds like his legacy is set.

    Going to be a lot of understanding with this present ident.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 2:02 PM | Report abuse

    i don't know why you are bothering here, shrink...this thread is flooded with sewage. One of the worst ones yet.

    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 2:00 PM | Report abuse

    Nice human moment at the end, that helped.

    dawd, my laughter was about Obama claiming he "found out about it" as if that is how things work in his administration...Well Rham fired her, so, er should we let the President know? Sure Ken, make the call, he'll find out about it one way or another when we announce the ritual human sacrifice before his press conference.

    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 1:58 PM | Report abuse

    The record might end up showing that OBAMA BLOCKED BURNING OFF THE OIL IN THE GULF

    That was the Federal Oil Response Plan THAT WAS NOT FOLLOWED.


    WHY DIDN'T OBAMA FOLLOW THE PRE-APPROVED PLAN ???????


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    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 27, 2010 1:55 PM | Report abuse

    There he goes again.

    Everyday they are thinking, reviewing, searching.

    Note. Not acting.

    It is not going to happen quickly.

    That is the most questions he has ever answered. Good thing for him it was mostly on only one of his failures.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:55 PM | Report abuse

    DD, yes, her firing was announced this morning.

    Ah, the boot on the neck metaphor...a frustrated Ken Salazar...unfortunate language...one more bit of difficulty...the Gulf will be affected in a bad way.


    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 1:51 PM | Report abuse

    Now you understand why berry fears fox.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:49 PM | Report abuse

    Everytime Obama laughs like that, he is caught in a lie.

    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 27, 2010 1:47 PM | Report abuse

    Shrink, wasn't the firing this morning?

    Posted by: DDAWD | May 27, 2010 1:45 PM | Report abuse

    I think this is the first time obungler had to face an honest msm. He is looking like a real boob.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:42 PM | Report abuse

    I think this is the first time obungler had to face an honest msm. He is looking like a real boob.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:41 PM | Report abuse

    Knowing how big the disaster was? "A lag of several weeks...shouldn't have happened."

    But he intimates it doesn't matter anyway because they would have done everything the same. Awful.

    Ok so now, where is all that oil?
    It is in deep "plumes". These plumes were discovered, reported weeks ago and then their extent/significance was minimized by the administration - needs further study, etc., they said.

    So again, where is all the oil? This is an experiment, conducted by BP with government support on the effect of sinking millions of gallons of oil. Sure hope that works better than cleaning it up etc. from the surface, using all the resources the world could have brought to bear.

    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 1:37 PM | Report abuse

    The one thing you can be sure of after Comrade Obama's speech is that the Democrap Socialist Party--controlled Main Stream Media (and guys like Chris here) will take whatever excuse this con-artist gives them on his now 36 day failure in the BP oil spill, they'll accept as if it were gospel. 95% of all the oil spilling into the Gulf could have been burned off using Fire Booms, as was planned for by the Feds. 1994 'In-Situ Burn', and this dope didn't use it. Instead he and his pathetic gang of Keystone Cops-like clowns, did nothing exept a lot of whinning, handwringing, and pointing fingers at BP to solve the problem, and to divert all blame.
    The Mobile Press-Register was one of the few newspapers in the country to correctly place the blame for all this mess on Obama and his administration when they broke the news story "Despite plan, not a singel fire boom on hand on Gulf Coast at time of oil spill", May 03,2010. Or go to
    http://blog.al.com/live/2010/05/fire_boom_oil_spill_raines.html

    Posted by: armpeg | May 27, 2010 1:33 PM | Report abuse

    Berry found someone in the room more clueless than he.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:33 PM | Report abuse

    Salazar fired Birnbaum and Obama "found out about it" this morning? Bwwwaaaaaahahahaah!

    Yeah, now the ooopsy, the "legitimate concern" about the extent of the damage BP has been doing everything they can to cover up, sink, minimize, deny.

    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 1:30 PM | Report abuse

    Circling back to " I inherited this"

    he has been thinking about this and having meetings since day one. Sometime after the election he will get around to doing something. After the commission concludes.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:25 PM | Report abuse

    It is clear that OBAMA'S AFFIRMATIVE ACTION administration is completely incompetent.

    They have been reviewing offshore oil drilling programs for A YEAR.


    Sorry - WHERE ARE THE PERMITS TO BUILD UP THE SAND ????

    Obama is a complete joke.


    Seriously folks.

    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 27, 2010 1:23 PM | Report abuse

    "Briefed every day...

    Understood the potential (!) enormity...

    We have not seen a leak like this before...

    We have to get it right...

    Any major decision they [BP] make has to be approved by [us]...

    On the surface...we feel comfortable (!) about the steps that have been taken..."


    Sorry, does not get it.

    How would the administration know what the best options were? The bureaucracy he blames for its corrupt relationship with the industry are our experts, right?

    Anyone who has tracked this knows BP is doing whatever it has decided to do (except the 2nd hole, possibly).

    When someone who knows nothing asks wtf is he supposed to do? Lots of people who do know have answers to that question.


    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 1:22 PM | Report abuse

    Berry demanded they drill two holes.

    Take the rest of the month off. Brilliant work.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:14 PM | Report abuse

    From an industry expert at the Houston Chron:

    "First, BP is not tackling this mess alone. The entire drilling industry is involved, including Exxon (who has a great record when it comes to offshore drilling, not oil shipping). It's not like only BP engineers are calling the shots, all sorts of experts are involved.

    At BP's West Houston complex, there's a command center filled with personnel from around the industry working with BP engineers. Several drill ships are in place. Tons of workboats are on site. There are 5 or more ROVs roaming the wellhead monitoring and cleaning things up. They're already bumping into each other because they normally work solo while tied to a ship by a mile long umbilical cable. They don't need more ROVs down there adding to the traffic. All these efforts are reported heavily in the Houston Chronicle and nola.com, but doesn't seem to get much for national coverage. If you only monitor the national coverage, you'd think BP is going it alone while we all sit by, but the reality is this is an industry-wide effort because we all know what's at stake.

    On having Obama "do more," WTF is he supposed to do? Everybody seems to be calling for more fire in his belly and scary, threatening speeches. What does that accomplish? It's like people want him to do a dramatic speech like post-9/11 about bringing the criminals to justice. It does nothing to actually plug the damn well. The government does not have the expertise to do more to stop this gusher. It's in BPs interest to stop the gusher. All the conspiracy theories about wanting to preserve the well for future production are technically wrong and ignore that NOBODY in the industry benefits from this gusher continuing. BP wants what everybody else wants, though I'll concede that I suspect dispersants are about killing life where it's less easily photographed. Dispersants aside, the only conflict of interest is regarding the causes of the blowout, not the capping of the well. Fed investigations are already taking care of that part.

    On the pace, I'm pissed because I thought top kill should have been the first thing they tried after the ROVs failed to close the BOP. The reason for delay was partly because it looked like a war zone down there initially due to all the debris from a mile long riser coming down with the sinking of the Deepwater Horizon. So there was cleanup to make everything accessible. Also, one issue with the top kill is that it does have some risk of making the leak worse by eroding whatever blockages exist to limit the blowout rate. It could also overpressure the wellhead to open up new leaks upstream of the current ones. My guess is they wanted a better understanding on the chance of success before taking those risks.

    Anyway, here we are. I'm hoping like hell 50 gpm is enough to get this done."


    It's too bad that most of the press corpse is simply spreadig rigthwing misinformation about this.

    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 1:12 PM | Report abuse

    My involvement. Me. Me. Me. I asked questions. I had meetings.


    Twenty minutes on one question. After two questions he will turn tail and run.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:08 PM | Report abuse

    Single most important thing

    except fundraising and politicking and partying and vacations and golf and...........

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:05 PM | Report abuse

    Obama says he has spent more time on the Oil Spill than compared to any other issue since the AFGHAN REVIEW

    You mean the one in which he settled on SURGE - AND THEN SAID LET'S GET OUT IN 18 MONTHS, COMPLETELY WORKING AGAINST ANY PROGRESS ????


    Obama has NO IDEA WHAT HE IS DOING.

    .

    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 27, 2010 1:05 PM | Report abuse

    From an industry expert at the Houston Chron:

    "First, BP is not tackling this mess alone. The entire drilling industry is involved, including Exxon (who has a great record when it comes to offshore drilling, not oil shipping). It's not like only BP engineers are calling the shots, all sorts of experts are involved.

    At BP's West Houston complex, there's a command center filled with personnel from around the industry working with BP engineers. Several drill ships are in place. Tons of workboats are on site. There are 5 or more ROVs roaming the wellhead monitoring and cleaning things up. They're already bumping into each other because they normally work solo while tied to a ship by a mile long umbilical cable. They don't need more ROVs down there adding to the traffic. All these efforts are reported heavily in the Houston Chronicle and nola.com, but doesn't seem to get much for national coverage. If you only monitor the national coverage, you'd think BP is going it alone while we all sit by, but the reality is this is an industry-wide effort because we all know what's at stake.

    On having Obama "do more," WTF is he supposed to do? Everybody seems to be calling for more fire in his belly and scary, threatening speeches. What does that accomplish? It's like people want him to do a dramatic speech like post-9/11 about bringing the criminals to justice. It does nothing to actually plug the damn well. The government does not have the expertise to do more to stop this gusher. It's in BPs interest to stop the gusher. All the conspiracy theories about wanting to preserve the well for future production are technically wrong and ignore that NOBODY in the industry benefits from this gusher continuing. BP wants what everybody else wants, though I'll concede that I suspect dispersants are about killing life where it's less easily photographed. Dispersants aside, the only conflict of interest is regarding the causes of the blowout, not the capping of the well. Fed investigations are already taking care of that part.

    On the pace, I'm pissed because I thought top kill should have been the first thing they tried after the ROVs failed to close the BOP. The reason for delay was partly because it looked like a war zone down there initially due to all the debris from a mile long riser coming down with the sinking of the Deepwater Horizon. So there was cleanup to make everything accessible. Also, one issue with the top kill is that it does have some risk of making the leak worse by eroding whatever blockages exist to limit the blowout rate. It could also overpressure the wellhead to open up new leaks upstream of the current ones. My guess is they wanted a better understanding on the chance of success before taking those risks.

    Anyway, here we are. I'm hoping like hell 50 gpm is enough to get this done."


    It's too bad that most of the press corpse is simply spreadig rigthwing misinformation about this.

    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 1:02 PM | Report abuse

    Obama is pretending he is on top of this disaster -

    The best thing Obama can do is RESIGN.

    There is a time TO GET OUT OF THE WAY.

    Right now, Obama is just preventing the government from being run properly.

    Obama STOPPED the government from working for a year for his EGO-TRIP HEALTH CARE PLAN WHICH NOW HAS TO BE REPEALED.

    Obama is incompetent.


    Obama has tried to tinker with well-established policies - and he thinks he has a better way - he doesn't.

    His performance is a complete joke.


    .

    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 27, 2010 1:01 PM | Report abuse

    Let me be clear.

    Unprecedented.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 1:01 PM | Report abuse

    The American people who elected the oil men Bush/Cheney together with BP are responsible for this disaster. You people who hate government, in a sense, you did this.

    That said, Obama was and is responsible for the response. Leaving BP in charge of the most important decisions and the sequence of those decisions relative to the response was a bad decision.

    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 1:01 PM | Report abuse

    Oh. A commission.

    That's bold.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 12:59 PM | Report abuse

    Berry says.

    I inherited this.

    Why bother. Go back to hiding.

    Posted by: Moonbat | May 27, 2010 12:58 PM | Report abuse

    Obama says he is in charge - but BP is responsible.

    Always pointing the finger, and never taking actual responsibility for what he does.


    COMPLETELY IRRESPONSIBLE - We need a President who WILL TAKE RESPONSIBILITY.

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    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 27, 2010 12:54 PM | Report abuse

    "psychiatric sessions"

    As I say drindl, if it feels to me like I should be getting paid to read a post (for example if the questions of the poster's fee basis pops into mind), I don't read it.

    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 12:41 PM | Report abuse

    "I can't stand it!"
    Charlie Brown

    Look at this ridiculous Obama propaganda. To step back, crony capitalism was so ugly during the Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld administration Americans (those with IQs over 80) were horrified by the Haliburton, Blackwater et al relationships to the administration and its prosecution of their wars.

    But, but, but, Obama was supposed to be different. We are trying to help BP think through this? Can this be real?

    BP is about making money! Everything they do about this disaster has been and always will be about mitigating their own losses. This is sickening, I can't stand it.

    "Secretary Chu and the Department of Energy’s National Laboratories are providing round-the-clock scientific support to help inform strategies to stop the BP oil spill. Secretary Chu and his team of scientists are brainstorming ideas about the most effective scientific and engineering approaches to the problem, providing expert advice and technical support validation, testing assumptions and making engineering calculations to help BP think through their approach."

    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 12:37 PM | Report abuse

    Obama seems to have about the same grasp on the leading the country as the WaPo has on technology.

    Posted by: bumblingberry | May 27, 2010 12:34 PM | Report abuse

    Not at all true -- shrink. If you want the real story, go to the Houston Chronicle, the only media outlet reporting the coordination of the oil cleanup with even a scintilla of accuracy.


    "And LOL, zouky, please do post more of your psychiatric sessions. Did you see this, shrink?


    "I was displaying three common symptoms, she explained, which confirmed her diagnosis. First, I become agitated and angry when confronted about opinions or facts that differ from my own. Second, I get defensive and deflect uncomfortable questions during conversation -- a technique not commonly found in healthy dialogue. And last, I'm showing aggressiveness by resorting to ad hominem attacks when someone doesn't understand that my point of view is always the correct one.


    I'm beginning to call people names when they don't agree with me -- similar to what a third-grader does when she doesn't get her way, my psychoanalyst admonished.


    With this new assessment of my mental state, I certainly wasn't going to tell her I often chat with my cat named "Schizo," or that lately I've been drinking a lot of Syrah just to cope.


    According to her, my common sense is undergoing some kind of entropy, my interpretation of factual information is diminishing, and my judgment is suffering from abulia -- a deteriorating ability to exercise my will, to make good decisions, or to act independently.


    Apparently I'm becoming excessively subjective and inordinately emotional, as opposed to having an objective, logical view accompanied by normal emotions. It seems I'm slipping into an altered reality where life becomes what I feel it should be, or whatever I want it to be."

    Posted by: bumblingberry"

    She should talk more about your obsessions with strangers, though.

    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 12:34 PM | Report abuse

    drivl's "brain" seems to be stuck on stupid again.

    this thread is about Obungler dancing around the truth and avoiding answers to difficult questions so as to hide his utter incompetence.

    try to keep up old bat.

    Posted by: bumblingberry | May 27, 2010 12:24 PM | Report abuse

    "You can overlook a lot of sleaze for $50 million. Simmons distributed a video of Vince McMahon, Linda’s husband, standing in the ring and telling a weeping female wrestler to take off her clothes, get down on her knees and “dammit, bark like a dog.” Nobody paid attention.

    On the plus side, ever since Linda McMahon developed political ambitions, the W.W.E. has attempted to clean up the more outrageous elements in its act, sparing millions of impressionable children from the old hints of necrophilia, the abundance of gore and the side stories in which Stephanie lost her blouse in the ring, Vince ran off with a floozy and Linda was sexually assaulted by a competing promoter.

    “One good thing has come from her run: Vince McMahon putting out an edict that there will no longer be any cutting of your foreheads with razor blades,” said Superstar Billy Graham, a retired wrestler who contracted hepatitis from a bloody competitor. “He has actually stopped wrestlers from cutting their heads with razor blades. This is a big deal!”

    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 12:15 PM | Report abuse

    When word of a scapegoat came down, I had hoped it would be Salazar, but it turned out to be the unfortunate Birnbaum.

    There has been no appreciable distinction between BP's (dis)information and the government's positions/information and that is in itself a firing offense.

    Yeah, I get it that BP has to be held accountable (even though that has not happened) and I get it that Interior does not operate ROVs. So?

    Why does that mean BP makes all the decisions as to sinking the disaster into the food chain, what to put on the unified front, sorry, command website, the rate at which money is spent on the "cleanup" and so on?

    Ok, lets say the truth: the administration decided it wanted no part of the decision making algorithm, so it could have plausible deniability. Then stop with the boot on the neck of BP and all that tough talk about the detergent brand BP chose.

    Obama should say, BP did this and so we let them figure out what to do about it. We are bystanders except that we are spending millions of taxpayer dollars on military operations commanded by...BP.


    Posted by: shrink2 | May 27, 2010 12:15 PM | Report abuse

    National Debt - 13 trillion
    Debt per taxpayer - 117, 915
    Debt to GDP ratio - 90.3%
    Unemployment - 9.7%

    "you'd would think they'd be sayin' thank you" - Barack Hussain Obama, April 15th, 2010

    Posted by: bumblingberry | May 27, 2010 12:13 PM | Report abuse

    Rand Paul brings in some white supremacists from his dad's campaign:

    "The Libertarian Party is considering running a candidate in Kentucky's U.S. Senate race, saying GOP nominee Rand Paul – the son of a former Libertarian presidential candidate – has betrayed the party's values.


    Meanwhile, Paul brings in a new campaign manager from Daddy Paul's libertarian "Campaign For Liberty." It's a fascinating group that has chapters all around the country:

    Meet the Fayette County (KY) coordinator for Campaign For Liberty, Basil "Bazz" Childress.

    Basil, you see, is a white supremacist.

    He is the state chairman of the Kentucky League of the South. And the Kentucky League of the South is, as the SPLC points out, a White Supremacist Hate Group advocating a second southern secession from the Union.

    The League of the South is a neo-Confederate group that advocates for a second Southern secession and a society dominated by “European Americans.” The league believes the “godly” nation it wants to form should be run by an “Anglo-Celtic” (read: white) elite that would establish a Christian theocratic state and politically dominate blacks and other minorities.

    Originally founded by a group that included many Southern university professors, the group lost its Ph.D.s as it became more explicitly racist. The league denounces the federal government and northern and coastal states as part of “the Empire,” a materialist and anti-religious society."

    Posted by: drindl | May 27, 2010 12:10 PM | Report abuse

    Will this avoidable "accident" finally awaken Obama to those who adhere to the politics of conquest through chaos?

    ENDLESS GULF OIL SPILL: PURPOSEFUL 'END OF DAYS' POWER PLAY?

    http://nowpublic.com/world/endless-gulf-oil-spill-purposeful-end-days-power-play

    ***

    Oil spill diverts attention from domestic atrocities...

    HOMELAND HIT LIST TARGETS 'DISSIDENTS,' 'UNDESIRABLES' FOR SILENT MICROWAVE TORTURE, FINANCIAL SABOTAGE, VIGILANTE COMMUNITY STALKING HARASSMENT: VETERAN JOURNALIST

    http://nowpublic.com/world/u-s-silently-tortures-americans-cell-tower-microwaves

    OR: http://NowPublic.com/scrivener re: "Gestapo USA..."

    Posted by: scrivener50 | May 27, 2010 12:09 PM | Report abuse

    Obama's only governing acts have been to BLAME - blame Bush, then blame BP


    Obama hasn't done anything.

    There was an oil spill response plan that Obama DID NOT follow.


    IT IS NOW CLEAR - that Obama came into office thinking he was smarter than everyone else - and he was going to change everything - not because it was wrong, but just to change things.

    One thing Obama "announced" was his new energy policy - Obama the expert - which included expanded offshore drilling - we all see the results of this - and we will soon learn what the results of all of Obama's tinkering has been.


    .

    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 27, 2010 11:55 AM | Report abuse

    Obungler will do his best to take up the time hemming and hawing over as few questions as possible. watch for the umms and awws and answers that take 40 minutes that simply repeat talking points preloaded into his prompter.

    Why do you think his handlers don't want him speaking without a fully loaded tele?

    someone migiht find out who the real berry is.

    can we play Obama BINGO

    Let me be clear
    I inherited
    hope
    change
    standing in the way of progress
    nothing to say about that
    etc.

    Posted by: bumblingberry | May 27, 2010 11:50 AM | Report abuse

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