Palin Attacks Obama For Not Being Bipartisan
You don’t have to be a former vice president to go after a new president. Even if you didn’t obtain the job, you can still find a way to criticize. In Sunday’s New York Post article, “100 Days, 100 Mistakes,” (that New York Post, always finding an angle on a story), Sarah Palin refers to the president as “insincere” and says he should spend his second 100 days “making up for the serious snubs of his first.”
The new president wasted no time rushing forward with policies and legislation guaranteed to drive Republicans nuts.
Actually, what drives Republicans nuts is that he got elected in the first place.
Obama soared to victory on the hopeful promise of a new era of bipartisanship…
Too bad it took all of three days for the promise to ring hollow.
Oh, you mean the hollow promise that had Obama put Republicans in his cabinet, like Robert Gates and Ray LaHood? (And there would have been another one, Judd Gregg, had Gregg not punked him by backing out of the Commerce slot).Click here for reuse options!
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