Wednesday, April 29, 2009

100 days of death

Jill Stanek has written a thought-provoking piece on President Obama's first 100 days in office. While most people are busy grading his performance on the economy, banking, the auto industry, foreign affairs, etc. this is the first article I've seen analyzing his actions with regard to the unborn. Her analysis is simply a timeline of his actions chronicling his political appointments and the legislation that he has signed since the election last November.

You can read the article in its entirety: 100 days of death. Now is not the time to grow weary.

HT: The Pearcey Report


Ju said...

It's 100 Days of No Accountability in this viral video:

Dave Sarafolean said...

That's a pretty good critique of his broken promises. Thanks for sharing.

Reaganite Republican Resistance said...

Current polling data trumpeted by the left is almost completely irrelevant- a lot of people still don't have any clue what Obama's doing to the country, with his naive diplomacy and reckless print-money spending.

But they'll come out-of-the-ether quick when we get humiliated overseas, the dollar tanks, inflation hits 10%, and/or a desperate Rezko/Blago sing to prosecutors about their former pal Barack... who's closet is surely chock-full o' bones.

Time is simply on the GOP's side: neither Obama's big-government spending nor his Carter-esque foreign policy based on appeasement have any precedent of success... anywhere.... ever. And the press can't just do stories on his puppy-vetting process and how he likes to play basketball for four years.

Obama hasn't been tested overseas, nor has he yet gotten to the hard part domestically: he's yet to raise taxes, nationalize healthcare, or provide mass amnesty for illegal immigrants. He hasn’t closed down the car companies he now runs and he has not yet forced a 30+ % jump in utility bills and myriad other products with his cap-and-trade stealth-tax schemes. And these are all on the Obama agenda.

Most likely, when all their ill-advised pork-n-welfare spending fails to produce real economic gains, the Democrats face a bloodbath in 2010-

And by 2012? People will wince at the very mention of the name Obama-

Dave Sarafolean said...

Agreed. Naive is the word -- on economics, national defense, and international relations, and a host of other areas.

I think that he'll be a one-term president just like Carter. But until then it will be a wild ride.