Based on my recollection of the campaign, here are some expectations of Obama's first 100 days.

  • Troops out of Iraq
  • US friends with all other countries
  • Close the Gitmo terrorist holding facility
  • Government paid mortgages and free gasoline (according to Peggy Joseph)
  • Focus on war in Afganistan
  • Increase transparency and accountability in Washington
  • Eliminate America's use of coal
  • Stop Earth's temperature from rising
  • Kill Bin Laden
  • End partisanship in Washington
  • Stop oceans from rising
  • Lower unemployment
  • Increase value of investments (i.e stock market)
  • Lower taxes

Thursday, April 30, 2009


That's it. This blog is done. Done. Done. And done. 100 days. Done. I don't like the course we are on. I hope to God to not have to open a new blog "The Last 100 days of the United States of America". Your and my kids future has been mortgaged. Things will get worse, much worse. This thing is a runaway train. Pray we survive.

It is eerily that the 100 days course has been set and tomorrow is May Day. Its an important holiday in the communist counties. Maybe it will be in America, too?

"Mayday, mayday, mayday, this is the last bastion of freedom calling...can anyone hear me?"
"Mayday, mayday, mayday, we are sinking fast..."
"Mayday, mayday, mayd..."

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Day 100. Loving you.

From CNN

President Obama said Wednesday that a recent uptick in violence in Iraq won't affect his plan for a phased military withdrawal.

"Civilian deaths, incidents of bombings ... remain very low relative to what was going on last year," Obama said during a prime time news conference on his 100th day in office.

"The political system is holding and functioning in Iraq."

Wait, are you saying Bush and Rumsfeld plan worked? WTF?

Its good to see they have refined BOTO's reading technique...looking straight into the camera here.

Seriously, well not really. This pretty much sums up the coverage of the first 100 days.

Does BOTO have a twin sister?

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Day 99. Flattered or Furious?
NEW YORK (CNN) -- A "furious" President Obama has ordered a review of the decision to fly a Boeing 747 frighteningly close to the lower Manhattan skyline, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Tuesday.

If you don't think the staff and BOTO did not know about this, you are nuts. He was probably on board along with his biggest donors. But after the reaction in NYC, he needed to come out clean...being "furious" should do it.

And from

Barack Obama's offer of a hand of friendship to Iran after 30 years of hostility may have met with a sceptical public response from Tehran. But now a rapprochement of sorts may be under way amid evidence that the US president's can-do electioneering tactics have struck a chord with his Iranian counterpart, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery? Or is this a mocking jibe at the United States? I think Ackmajeemidod will be the end to this president's reign.

Now hopefully nothing (like the swine flu) will mess up tomorrow...the 100th day.

Monday, April 27, 2009

Day 98. TOTUS


President Obama’s speech at the National Academy of Sciences Monday morning hit a brief snag when Obama got ahead of his script.

Laying his plan for a President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, Obama began to name the members of PCAST listed in his prepared remarks – before realizing he’d already introduced them, earlier in his speech.

“In addition to John – sorry, the – I just noticed I jumped the gun here,” Obama said, pausing for several seconds as he looked at the prompter. “Go ahead. Move it up. I had already introduced all you guys.”

The audience, which gave the president a warm reception, responded with a quiet laugh.

For me, the most memorable thing of the first 100 days is BOTO's complete lack of self-conscienceness in using his crutch, I mean teleprompter. What a way to show people who are afraid to speak in public how you can fool everyone watching on TV!

It reminds me of the story about Peter, who wanted to learn the names of birds. He read a book and learned the names of birds. Then Peter wanted to learn how to speak in public. He read off a teleprompter.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Day 97. Dammit, Janet!

From, AP)

WASHINGTON — The U.S. declared a public health emergency Sunday to deal with the emerging new swine flu, much like the government does to prepare for approaching hurricanes.
At a White House news conference, Besser and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano sought to assure Americans that health officials are taking all appropriate steps to minimize the impact of the outbreak.

Swine flu. Oh dear, what should we do? Government, please help us. We do not want to get the swine flu.

Look how on top of the situation the administration is. Janet is out there assuring us of the proper measures being taken. BOTO is golfing, I mean receiving hourly updates on the situation.

Don't worry about the emergency, though. See how much better this administration is than the Katrina-era administration?

It's a good think BOTO got out of Mexico (where this thing started) just in time. You conspiracy theorists out there can forget about him personally planting this distraction. Stop thinking that right now!

So, once public places are shuttered, like schools, etc. You people are probably going to go a little stir crazy. But hey, when it's over, think of the spending that will pull us out of this little recession. Not to mention the need for grave diggers to bury all the dead people...that should take care of the unemployment problem.

Yeah, rest assured people. We got another capable Janet, like the one from Nevada in the Clinton administration.

Take advantage of the crisis, right Rham-ster?

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Day 96. Superpresident!

From CNN's Bill Schneider

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- How does President Obama compare with his predecessors after nearly 100 days in office?
Is Obama the superpresident? So far, so good.

This guy is in love. Oh, yeah.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Day 95. Nothing today.

No time...have a real job.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Day 94. My sentiments, exactly.


Barack Obama wants change -- his top economic advisor just wants a nap.

When you have to listen to "blah, blah, blah...", what do you expect?

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Day 93. How embarrassing.

LA Times...

HAVANA -- Fidel Castro says President Barack Obama "misinterpreted" his brother Raul's remarks regarding the United States and bristled at the suggestion that Cuba should free political prisoners or cut taxes on dollars people send to the island.

To paraphrase another 'King', this administration just wants 'everybody to get along'. It's embarrassing. They just want to have an international group hug. The problem is a lot of countries would like to stick a knife in our back. I don't think the administration gets that. One term loser.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Day 92. Can't touch this..

From CNN

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A key Democrat who reportedly was overheard on a National Security Agency wiretap discussing a deal with a suspected Israeli agent has called the wiretap an "abuse of power."

Rep. Jane Harman, D-California, called on the Obama administration to release transcripts of the alleged conversations to her, saying she would make them public.

Obama will not stop the previous administration's officials from being prosecuted. But he is wiretapping members of his own party?

"Can't touch this."

Monday, April 20, 2009

Day 91. Guys, guys,...

On budget cuts...

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Cut a latte or two out of your annual budget and you've just done as much belt-tightening as President Barack Obama asked of his Cabinet on Monday.

The thrifty measures Obama ordered for federal agencies are the equivalent of asking a family that spends $60,000 in a year to save $6.

A fly on the wall would have heard this at today's cabinet meeting...
"Guys, guys, come on guys, settle down. It's time to get serious about the budget, really serious...because this is going to hurt..."

I have never been more embarrassed as an American Citizen as that I am right now.
It is getting to the point where it is not even funny anymore. Thankfully I have only nine more days!

Seriously, I guess this is patriotic or something, we should ask Joe Biden.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Day 90. 'Grave' concern.

From CNN

(CNN) -- President Obama called Sunday for the release of a U.S. journalist convicted of espionage in Iran.

"I am gravely concerned with her safety and well-being," Obama, who was attending the Summit of the Americas, told reporters in response to a question about 31-year-old Roxana Saberi.

"We are working to make sure that she is properly treated and to get more information about the disposition of her case. She is an American citizen and I have complete confidence that she was not engaging in any sort of espionage. She is an Iranian-American who was interested in the country which her family came from. And it is appropriate for her to be treated as such, and to be released."

Wow, this guy is tough. Though to me it sounds like he is on the campaign trail with the "we're working hard for you" schtick. I bet he also has his sleeves rolled up into a nice cliche.

But you'd better watch out Acmadeemajod, the Israelis are coming for you.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Day 89. State of the Union: Confusion

From CNN

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The United States is boycotting a U.N. conference on racism next week over a document that "singles out" Israel in its criticism and conflicts with the nation's "commitment to unfettered free speech," the U.S. State Department said Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Congressional Black Caucus said it was "deeply dismayed" by the decision made by the nation's first African-African president, saying it was inconsistent with administration policies.

"Had the United States sent a high-level delegation reflecting the richness and diversity of our country, it would have sent a powerful message to the world that we're ready to lead by example," the statement said. "Instead, the administration opted to boycott the conference, a decision that does not advance the cause of combating racism and intolerance, but rather sets the cause back."

Looks like the CBC is he with us or against us? We'll see.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Day 88. Che Obama?

From CNN

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago (CNN) -- President Obama said Friday he is seeking "a new beginning" in U.S. relations with Cuba.
President Obama and Venezuela President Hugo Chavez greet each other Friday at the Summit of the Americas.

Before addressing the representatives of 34 countries at the Summit of the Americas, Obama and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez saw each other and shook hands.

Here is Che Obama, by his position, through his actions, he is essentially attacking American freedom on foreign soil. Past attacks on our freedom have brought the people of this country together, like on 9/12. The more sudden the attack, the quicker we come together. This attack is occurring over weeks and months, therefore it will take a little longer to come together and defeat the rise of the Socialists. We are a big domino, but we will not fall.