Just as the groundhog’s seeing his shadow signals six more weeks of winter, the ubiquitous presence of David Plouffe on all the Sunday show would normally signal the beginning of the 2012 campaign. Since the Obama campaign never ends, all it means is that, because I watch so you don’t have to, I have to endure the insufferable and predicatable recitation of threadbare bumper sticker slogans by a campaign apparatchik with a really bad haircut. He appeared on all the Sunday shows touting the benefits of “compromise.” You mean like that “compromise” about funding America’s number one abortion provider Planned Parenthood? As George Will pointed out (listen to the show to hear the soundbite), at least this debate on the continuing resolution exposed the democrat party as the “party of abortion.”
What accounts for Barack Hussein Obama’s hostility toward the concept of American exceptionalism? Is the answer been hiding in plain sight in the title of his (or Bill Ayers’) book, Dreams from My Father? That’s the theory posited by our special guest Dinesh D’Souza, prolific author, whose latest book, Roots of Obama’s Rage, attempts to address that question. We also discuss whether B. Hussein Obama is an Article II “natural born citizen,” eligible to be President of the United States.
Another celebutard, Ashley Judd, featured in this week’s “Who Said it?”