This brings up another tipple of the day to day--affirmative action, and its evil twin the race card.
Now that Norah O'Donnell has blarneyed all over the bar in Moneygall about our President Barack Obama's "ancestral visit", Chris Matthews swooned (not that Kennedy) and Barry O'bama has rolled out a brogue, can't we all agree? Can't we all get along? Ah yes:
"WHAT do we do while it settles?" the prodigal great, great, great grandson asked.We are all Irish now. Give me a minute, then, I'll just be wiping a tear from my eye.
Someone said: “Sing.” As the bubbles rose in his glass, the first black President of the United States assured the bartender that he would pay his own tab, and a fiddle started to play.
One of seven Irish Obama cousins in a semi-circle under the low ceiling of Ollie's Bar took her own pint of Guinness and wiped a tear from her eye.
...and can ye spare me a vote?:)
More. Marc Thiessen, WaPo: Richard Milhous Obama? Enemies list.
Political contributions should never be considered by any procurement officer when making contract decisions — so why would the Obama administration want to require businesses to disclose those contributions to procurement officers when applying for government contracts? Unless Obama is trying to bring the Chicago “pay-to-play” culture to Washington, his order makes no sense. Or perhaps the president who believes in “punishing enemies” wants to know who is backing independent groups like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Crossroads GPS that have been so effective in opposing his agenda in Washington.I'll just be wiping a tear from my eye.
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