Megyn Kelly was at the CinC Inaugural Ball, and Megyn told us that quietly, several members of the military have relayed to her that they secretly hoped Obama would leave the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy alone. They really don’t want that to change.
Then one troop told Megyn his only regret for the evening was that George Walker Bush was not there, because he wanted to tell him ‘thank you,’ that he appreciated everything he did for the troops. I think President Bush already knows this, and he did say it was the biggest thing he was going to miss – being the Commander in Chief of the finest military in the world.
Tonight, Fox News’ entertainment reporter, Jill Dobson, was at the Creative Coalition Inaugural Ball (read = liberal Hollywood Elites Ball), and managed to snag Desperate Housewives star Dana Delaney. Dobson asked if there was any one pet cause she had that she hoped Obama would take up, and Delaney said she hoped the new President would repeal the Global Gag rule, which was re-instated by President Bush. Delaney wants it repealed because it would allow women in every country, all over the world, access to abortion on demand.
Okay, maybe not on-demand, but what’s the difference? Other countries ban abortion for a reason – it’s morally and ethically wrong, and not accepted in those cultures. But then again, what else would you expect from a Hollywood liberal?
Now suddenly that Obama is President, Chrissy Matthews of MSNBC is all about Americans having patience, because we ALL know that Obama can’t POSSIBLY do everything at once, nor can he do everything quickly!
He likened Americans to the kids in the backseat of the family car, screaming at their parents “are we there yet?!!!?” and says that we kids (Americans) need to realize that the “grownups” drive the car, have to fuel the car and take care of it, so us “kids” should just STFD and STFU – the grownups are now in charge!
What uber-hypocrisy! Where was this call for “national patience” when Bush was President?
Waving cardboard red, white and blue “W”s, thousands welcomed George W. Bush and his wife on Tuesday to their post-presidential home in Texas. “The presidency was a joyous experience, but as great as it was, nothing compares with Texas at sunset,” Bush said to cheers from the crowd of about 25,000 as former first lady Laura Bush stood at his side. “Tonight I have the privilege of saying six words that I have been waiting to say for a while â€” it is good to be home.”
In the hours leading up to his return, excerpts of some of Bush’s speeches played on a large TV screen, including remarks he made to Congress shortly after the terrorist attacks in 2001.
One little boy waved a sign that read, “President Bush, thank you for keeping me safe” in multicolored lettering.
“It’s a special day, but it’s a sad day,” said Dudley Winn, a cotton farmer who drove two hours from Lubbock to greet Bush on his first stop after leaving office. “He did the job we asked him to do. He kept our values safe.”
On Monday night’s Countdown “Special Comment,” Bathtub Boy (a.k.a. Keith Olbermann) pleads with the new president to prosecute anyone and everyone in the Bush administration for having tortured islamic jihadist terrorist. Poor Kalid Sheikh Mohammed, apparently his feelings got hurt, and in Keith’s sick, twisted mind, we the people ALSO tortured these terrorists because we apparently allowed it to happen.
Go ahead, Keith.. why don’t you write Obama a letter and send him your thoughts, and put down your small and petty complaints. I’m sure he doesn’t have anything better to do right now anyway.
And by the way… if I am responsible for waterboarding Kalid Sheikh Mohammed, among others, I just have one thing to say…. DAMN, I’m proud of that! Do you know how many lives I helped save?