It’s coming hard and fast for BO. From White House Dossier,
With all the nonsense that came out of the White House about the sequester, it could be that President Obama’s credibility has taken a serious hit. Perhaps it’s not just the Republicans who are going to get blamed here.
Because when Saturday Night Live opens its show satirizing The One, you know there’s a problem in paradise.
MOTUS has her own take on all the hoopla out of Big White,
“Dear Roseanne Roseannadanna: What should I do if the whole government shuts down and I can’t buy any stamps to pay my bills? Can I sue the government to recover my late charges and compensate me for my emotional trauma?”
Meanwhile NPR is worrying itself about the “overexposed” WONS.
“You get this sense that you can’t turn on the television without one of the Obamas on it,” Thompson says.
I don’t know about everyone else, but I am certainly sick and tired of seeing both of them. How can we take Preezy seriously on anything? He’s now a pop culture icon much like Justin Bieber and acts about the same age (19). Preezy really needs to step off the stage but, somehow I feel the adulation is much more important to him then governing.
“This is a very serious time right now for the U.S., with the budget and sequester,” says Justin Vaughn, a Boise State University political scientist. “And it looks like nobody is doing anything except being on the Oscars and talk shows.”
The pop culture appearances might not always sit well with people, Vaughn suggests, because they’re part of a larger issue the Obama administration has with transparency.
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