By Dave Andrusko NBC News’s Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd is hardly one of us nor is he a reporter looking for opportunities to hammer President Obama. In fact, most of the time, Todd excels at making up excuses for Mr. Obama, no matter how far-fetched. But the fiasco which is the rollout of …Continue reading "A deeper look at President Obama’s “apology” to Americans who are losing their health insurance"
By Dave Andrusko From the official White House transcript of President Obama’s remarks last Friday to Planned Parenthood: “THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody! (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you! (Applause.) All right, everybody have a seat. Have a seat. You’re making me blush. (Laughter.) “AUDIENCE MEMBER: I love you! “THE PRESIDENT: I love you back. Thank you. …Continue reading "President affirms unyielding solidarity with PPFA in Friday speech"
By Dave Andrusko When asked about the ghastly Kermit Gosnell murder trial, sticking with the company line (however embarrassingly inadequate it may be) would seem to be President Barack Obama’s strategy. Yesterday, President Obama, in an interview on NBC’s Today Show, punted when he was asked the following by Savannah Guthrie on her “Savannah Goes …Continue reading "Obama‘s tell-tale side-stepping of Gosnell Murder Trial"
By Dave Andrusko A word of explanation. These comments, based on President Obama’s remarks at Thursday’s National Prayer Breakfast, are intended to highlight where (if they were understood in a deeper sense) the President’s remarks might lead him. The allusions are to matters of faith for the simple fact this was a Prayer Breakfast. They …Continue reading "What the President said at the National Prayer Breakfast and what his remarks say to pro-lifers"
By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortion President Barack Obama issued a statement of support for Roe v. Wade today on the 40th anniversary. This is the first comments on abortion in his second administration. I’ve reprinted his brief statement below. For purposes of comparison I’m also included what pro-life President George W. Bush told the March for …Continue reading "Comparing what President Obama and President Bush said on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade"