Thursday, July 01, 2010

MSNBC Anchor Alex Witt Gets The "Obama Chills..."'s the first sign of a delusion fever. Check out the video:

ALEX WITT: You know, Mark, I gotta say I got a few chills listening to him there. It was very powerful. But it was also pretty heavy on detail and direction.

Really? Gee, Alex, it seems like Obama speech came under criticism from almost every corner for...
lacking detail and direction:

Sure, I expected most of it to consist of the usual clich├ęs, and I wasn’t disappointed: “false debates that divide us,” we can’t deport 11 million people, illegals will be “required to register” (in the new, focus-grouped terminology), and even Emma Lazarus. But news? Nope. No announcement of a new legislative package. No details on a bill about to be dropped. No unilateral grant of amnesty. The speech was just one more effort at stringing the open-borders folks along while trying to blame the Republicans for not helping the Democrats pass an amnesty.

Tunku Varadarajan feels that Barack hit new heights...of banality:

Speaking at the American University Thursday, the president began by patting himself on the back for his administration's achievements to date, all attained "despite the forces of the status quo": health care, Wall Street reform, and—wait for this—"accelerating the transition to a clean economy." Immigration reform, he indicated, ought to be next, and he gave us a civics lesson on the nature of our society, the centrality of immigrants and immigration, and the tensions that exist between our being "a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants."

The speech was basically a thing of sops....

And this gives Alex Witt chills? Love isn't only blind, it's insanely stupid....

1 comment:

Conservative Libertine said...

We already fell for the "legalize everyone now, and then we'll lock the borders down". We fell for it because it was Reagan.

Even though common sense said "if you give the illegals a pass, you are only encouraging that bad behavior". But we believed Reagan would do what he said, and that made the quid pro quo acceptable, though hard to swallow.

Now we are about to get the same deal from people we know have no intention on ever closing a border or ever turning away anybody from the new American dream which is redistribution of wealth, and straight up socialism.

We have two choices. Be Arizona, or be the real New Mexico.