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And speaking of orgasms...

... Broder has one:

The most controversial decisions of this period -- expanding the troop commitment and replacing the commander in Afghanistan, opposing the release of photos of abused detainees, keeping the system of military tribunals and delaying any change in the "don't ask, don't tell" policy on gays -- are of a pattern.

In every instance, Obama heeded the advice of his uniformed and civilian defense leaders and in each case but Afghanistan, he abandoned a position he had taken as the Democratic presidential candidate. ...

Obama's liberal critics are right. He is a different man now. He has learned what it means to be commander in chie

And there you have it.

Well, look, let's be reasonable here, people. It's not like we elected Obama to bring change, after all.

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Submitted by Anne on

is this woman's violent retching episode...and it wasn't good for me, if you know what I mean...

There's something sad and empty about getting praise this way, but it's consistent with who Obama really is, I think.

Submitted by Anne on

that it will die with him, is there?

Sigh.

Pass the Advil - I'll take a Zantac on the side.

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Submitted by Davidson on

A sentence that would fit in Broder's batshit and patronizing piece. How the hell would a man who has zero governing experience know what it was like? Broder has a "pattern" as well: once deeming the worst POTUS, George Bush, as the ideal example of a commander-in-chief. And yet he considers himself a presidential Yoda.