There’s nothing more telling (and nauseating) than an elected official coming across as a defensive elitist. This video makes it obvious that Barney Frank believes he is above controntation. Watch him go defensive, followed by an attempt to label the student.
It’s hard to understand Nancy Pelosi, we have tried. She once stated that the acts of Congress would benefit 500 million people who would lose there jobs “tomorrow.” iVoteAmerica does not have the space or time to devote to her growing number of nutcase statements. But here’s just one sample where she believes international birth control funding will stimulate the U.S. economy. Like many of her on-air statements, this is so nutty it doesn’t require additional commentary.
Just think, she is third in line to be President of the United States of America.
The White House first said, “it’s not a bow.” Then they realized no one was buying or shoveling the BS so the spin changed to calling it “protocol” based upon Obama’s height verses the King Abdullah’s height.
iVoteAmerica thinks words and mannerisms mean things. But then again, as is always the case with this White House, plain words and clear images mean something different than most Americans hear and see. Sort of the Clintonian notion of what “is” is.
The President’s European swing contained many new forms of verbal bowing. It didn’t take most of us long to hear the development of a new foreign policy theme from the mouth of President Barack Obama.
In an attempt to appease an ever-cowardly and angry European union, the President used a carefully balanced verbal approach that included a demeaning of America as a self-serving and arrogant country and an appeal to Europeans to support us because he is about well, you guessed it, “change.”
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