Thursday, January 21, 2010

Egypt Called; It Wants It's River Back

"There are many theories about the import of Scott Brown’s upset victory in the race for Edward Kennedy’s former Senate seat. To our minds, it is not remotely a verdict on Mr. Obama’s presidency, nor does it amount to a national referendum on health care reform — even though it has upended the effort to pass a reform bill, which Mr. Obama made the centerpiece of his first year."

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At 1/21/2010 11:21 AM, Blogger matthew archbold said...

They must protect their messiah at all costs. Even at the risk of their own integrity.

At 1/21/2010 8:06 PM, Blogger Matthew Siekierski said...

What the? An editiorial ostensibly about the Massachusetts Election, and nearly every paragraph starts with "Mr. Obama"?

And I noticed something odd about that. The word "president" is only in that article 3 times, once as Obama's title ("President Obama"), and the other two times near the end. Every other reference to the President (shouldn't it be capitalized under such usage?) it is as "Mr. Obama"...12 times.

Whoever wrote that editorial (which is in serious need of an editor) doesn't view Obama as the President, he is Mr. Obama. He's not the leader of the United States, he's a citizen of the world. His position is unimportant, it's just a way for Mr. Obama to spread his glorious ideas.


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