Okay so this week the Obama administration called us extremists, the Democrats led by Speaker Pelosi are dissing our protests, and the French President gives his opinion of the president (you'll like this one).
Let's take Obama first. The Department of Homeland Security released a memo this week referring to anyone who is pro-life, believes in the second amendment and federalism, believes that immigration laws should be enforced, or you are a veteran (the administation is back tracking on that one) as an extremist and a threat to national security. Hmm.. I remember one Hillary Rodham Clinton stating that if you disagree with the administration (Bush) that you were unpatriotic. I guess you can only disagree with the government when the Republicans are in control.
Our tea parties were a success. Around 300,000 people across the country let the President Obama (who decided to ignore us) we are fed up with the raise in taxes and massive spending by this administration. While the president says he is cutting taxes for 95% of Americans, 50% of them don't pay taxes and while federal taxes MAY go down, states are raising taxes as fast as the can so everyone will be hit by a tax hike. But these tea parties weren't just about taxes. They were about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. They were not about losing an election. They were about what we are leaving to our children and grandchildren. They were about the government getting too big for its britches and wanting to control our lives. To insult anyone who attended the rallies shows just how much the Democrats in control, led by Speaker Pelosi, are out of touch with the american public.
On the Foreign front, French President Sarkozy let his feelings be known about our new president (and it's good). Mr. Sarkozy told a group of MPs that "Mr. Obama was inexperienced and indecisive..."he was elected two months ago and had never run a ministry. There are a certain number of things on which he has no position. And he is not always up to standard on decision-making and efficiency.” Taking note of the left's view that the president is "The Messiah", Mr. Sarkozy said he would ask Obama when he visits Normanday in June “to walk on the (English) Channel, and he’ll do it.” I guess the Obama tour wasn't as great a success as the White House would have us believe.