Friday, January 07, 2011

We Now Interrupt Your Super Bowl Viewing Pleasure to Bring You More Obama

It's not enough that we have to suffer this tool every time the NCAA basketball tournament rolls around. Now we have to see him during the Super Bowl. Just what America has been clamoring for: More Obama.
If there's any doubt President Obama is moving to the right, this should end it.

Obama will sit down with Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly for an interview that will be aired during Super Bowl XLV on Feb. 6, which will be broadcast on Fox network affiliates.

The sports-fan president has made the pre-Super Bowl interview a tradition since taking office.

He chatted with Katie Couric before the big game last year and with Matt Lauer in 2009.
No doubt O'Reilly will hit him with some tough questions like "who are you rooting for tonight?"

Speaking of the canard that the far-left Obama is supposedly moving to the right, some cretins on the left his his appointment of Chicago hack Bill Daley means he's abandoning his dwindling base.
Adam Green, co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, said picking Daley "was a real mistake."

"Bill Daley consistently urges the Democratic Party to pursue a corporate agenda that alienates both Independent and Democratic voters," Green said.

"If President Obama listens to that kind of political advice from Bill Daley, Democrats will suffer a disastrous 2012."
We can only hope.

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