Crossing the Obama Line: A Momento From the ‘Shut Down’ WWII Memorial

Honor Flight vets returning to Mississippi from the “closed” WWII Memorial in DC:


Confirmed: Obama’s “police lines” are respected as much as his red lines.

So much for this petty, childish administration’s attempt to cordon off normally unstaffed open-air spaces that are usually open 24/7.

If Team Obama rushed to respond to calls for help from people under attack in Benghazi as fast as they’ve attempted to make people “feel the pain” of the shutdown, four Americans might be alive today.

Place Your Guess: What’s in Joe Biden’s ‘Top Secret’ Folder?

Pluggernuts was just dying to let the world know he gets classified goodies and you don’t:

As Vice President Joe Biden stood absent-mindedly at a White House press event Monday, there, front and center, was a folder for everyone to see.

It was marked “Codeword,” “Classified Document” and “Vice President.”

Biden had joined President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister in the Oval Office for an hour-plus talk about Iran, Syria and other weighty topics, the White House said.


Those are only mid-level classifieds, because Biden’s top secret documents are in folders marked “Big F-in Deal All Up in Here.”

Judging from the look on Joe’s face, the “secret” in that folder must have been something like “Recovery Summer actually made things worse,” or “Sorry, but that biker chick just wasn’t that into you.”

Preview of Coming Attractions: MSNBC Anchor Tries to Sign Up for Obamacare with Predictable Result

This is extra funny because it’s MSNBC — you know they wanted it to proceed flawlessly so badly.

Metaphor of the year:

All that aside, have you noticed how the administration is pumping their health insurance law and how little they’re talking about health care? The two are not synonymous, as many are about to find out. Because somebody might have a policy that covers preexisting conditions doesn’t mean shit if that person can’t see a doctor for six months or a year, and/or that doctor was rushed through med school to cover the inevitable physician shortage.