Barack Obama to invent TIME TRAVEL!

It's the only way.

By Moe Lane Posted in | | | | | Comments (12) / Email this page » / Leave a comment »

No, let's walk through this. First, background:

(Via Blogs4McCain, via Michelle Malkin)

It's a reference to the Hanford Site, which is a old and heavily contaminated nuclear production facility. It's also a political issue. McCain commented on it last week:

Asked whether Washington state residents would stand for more nuclear power development after dealing with some monumental problems, including the polluted Hanford site in Eastern Washington, McCain said he would speed cleanup efforts and push for technological advances in disposing of nuclear waste.

McCain said the U.S. should emulate Europe in advancing its methods of cleaning up the radioactive byproducts of nuclear power.

Read on.

...but, anyway, Obama's going to get up to speed on this right away. Excellent: then all he has to do is invent a time machine, and go back to 2005, where he can make sure that when he voted/votes/will vote (sorry, but this language isn't designed to handle time travel) on the Hanford clean-up it'll now/then be based on the full understanding of the issue that he promised that woman. See THIRDWAVEDAVE, Hot Air, and of course Barack Obama's own Senate site for further details on this vote.

Barry, we've discussed this before, but I apparently need to remind you again that running for President isn't your job. Being the junior Senator from Illinois is your job. Please start doing it. And yes, I know, I know: Senator McCain skipped that vote entirely. Which means that the guy who didn't vote on a routine bill still took the time to research the details involving it better than the guy who did. And he had the mother-wit to bone up on things before going into what's effectively hostile territory.

You really have no idea how to handle situations where you're not in complete control, do you?

Moe Lane

PS: Look, just fire a staffer or something, like you always do when unkind people note that perception trumps reality when it comes to you. At the very least, it'll make you feel better.

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I see an continuing series of these chronicles because this particular strain of idiot is going to give so much to the effort.

Freedom of Religion NOT Freedom from Religion

Since it is painfully obvious that Obama can't function unless every detial is scripted and planned ahead of time for him, the question we should be asking is, "If Obama gets in the White House, who is really going to be his puppetmaster? Who will control him?" We are long since past knowing he is not his own man...

The 'puppetmaster' is:

Michelle Obama!

ophidia in herba

and no more after this: She wants to be the First Black Hillary, and one of you states out there *will* come off with a Senate seat for her in a few years.

"ma deuce says no truce"

I hadn't thought of that...a cold chill just went down my spine...perhaps if Obama is elected, the governor of IL could just appoint her to his seat...oh, I think I just threw up in my mouth a little.


"Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room"
President Merkin Muffley

Might also help clear the cobwebs out of our minds too.

And Rightly So!

and maybe not even Illinois...perhaps North Carolina. But first she has to win the primary and get elected to the co-presidency. Then she has to make sure Obama does not Carterize himself and become a bitter disappointment to the Yeswiccans. One term as co-prez won't get it these days.

If she makes it to the second term, I'd start looking to see where Barack is being offered a teaching job, and state residency requirements. If Barack ends up at Emory, I'm moving to South Carolina.

"ma deuce says no truce"

Honestly this doesn't seem that bad. Obama has made plenty of quasi-Marxist or demeaning statements. I don't see the point of piling on when he doesn't know about an issue that 99% of the public doesn't know about.

The Fuzzy Puppy of the VRWC. I've been usurped!

Reagan wasn't exactly the master details and Jimmy Carter was involved in practically every detail.

Who was the better president?

"Broadly speaking, liberalism emphasizes individual rights and equality of opportunity. ... including extensive freedom of thought and speech, limitations on the power of governments, the rule of law, the free exchange of ideas, a market or mixed economy,

The questioner's premise is incorrect. There is HUGE government money devoted to Hanford cleanup. As is usual Democrat fare, when a Democrat says "government takes money away" it really means "government didn't give everything that the requestor asked for". I know a few scientists who work at Pacific Northwest National Labs. To a person they all bemoan what they perceive to be Washington's paralysis. Their budgets have been frozen (NOT taken away, NOT slashed, just kept constant) because Congress has not gotten its act together to pass a real budget, merely continuing resolutions. So they are unwilling to start new initiatives because they simply don't know if the support will be there in the future. And guess who's been in charge of Congress the past two years? Yup you guessed it.

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