Actual Caption: President Barack Obama steers the cart with his golfing partner, Vice President Joe Biden, left, as they finish 18 holes at the Fort Belvoir Golf Club together on Father's Day, Sunday, June 21, 2009.
Think about the howls of outrage from the Left if George W. Bush played golf while people were being shot dead on the streets of Tehran. (hat tip Katherine)
The thing is, Bush would never have played golf while people were being summarily executed in the streets of Tehran. Never. Only a degenerate would. More
Analysis: Barack Obama's call for change rings hollow in Iran
Change may be the word he made his own during the election campaign but President Barack Obama's uncertain and timid response to the Iran protests suggests he views it as a slogan with little application beyond America's shores...
Obama administration says settlement freeze includes east Jerusalem
Jewish neighborhoods in east Jerusalem are included in the US demand that Israel halt "settlement" construction, including for natural growth, State Department spokesman Ian Kelly told The Jerusalem Post during a press briefing on Monday...
bumbling Obama is not (and note how he gracefully refuses to second guess the President of the United States).
AMAZING Video Comparison: Obama on Iran versus Reagan On Poland
What a contrast! Sean Hannity compares and contrasts Barack Obama's weak stand on Iran to Ronald Reagan's support of Polish freedom fighters back in 1981.
Reagan understood America. He understood freedom, liberty and human rights. Obama is no Reagan.
Note how he praises the willingness of ordinary Iranians to stand up for their rights. More
French President Nicholas Sarkozy gets it. Not only has he joined leaders in a number of nations--including Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu--and come forth in support of those fighting for freedom in Iran, but today he came out against traditional Muslim garb, specifically the burqa, saying that it is not welcome in France."The burqa is not a religious sign, it's a sign of subservience, a sign of debasement—I want to say it solemnly," he said. "It will not be welcome on the territory of the French Republic."