In a speech over the weekend Obama blundered-
If asking a billionaire to pay the same tax rate as a Jew, uh, as a janitor makes me a warrior for the working class, I wear that with a badge of honor. I have no problem with that.
The president has been muffing lines all over the place recently. Last week, also peddling his jobs plan at a bridge that won’t qualify, he hailed America’s building of “the Intercontinental Railroad.” You don’t seem to hear much about these gaffes in the media for some reason.
Maybe in Saturday night’s speech Obama was thinking about all those talks on Israel in New York.
It’s hard to believe he’d make such a gaffe considering his recent oath of allegiance to all things Israeli government policy…
It may be hard to believe, but apparently a lot of Americans don’t even know what the 4th of July is all about. A new Marist poll found a lot of people are fuzzy about the reason why we celebrate Independence Day. According to the poll, only 58 percent of Americans know the United States declared its independence in 1776. Twenty-six percent were unsure and 16 percent said another date. The poll also found that one in four Americans don’t know from which country we declared our independence. It found that while 76 percent correctly said Great Britain, 19 percent were unsure and five percent said a different country.
That’s just absurdly idiotic. Truly. You people who don’t know the simplest facts of American history, please get out of the country. We really don’t need your sort here.