Posts Tagged: Hearts


20
Dec 10

Eleanor Clift: New Tea Partiers in House ‘Going to Get Their Hearts Broken’ in Washington

Newsweek's Eleanor Clift on Friday said the newly-elected Tea Party members in the House are going to get their hearts broken when they get to the nation's capital.

In her view, expressed on PBS's "The McLaughlin Group," this will happen "as they come up against all the forces in Washington, the same forces that Barack Obama came up against" (video follows with transcript and commentary):

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19
Dec 10

Eleanor Clift: New Tea Partiers in House ‘Going to Get Their Hearts Broken’ in Washington

Newsweek's Eleanor Clift on Friday said the newly-elected Tea Party members in the House are going to get their hearts broken when they get to the nation's capital.

In her view, expressed on PBS's "The McLaughlin Group," this will happen "as they come up against all the forces in Washington, the same forces that Barack Obama came up against" (video follows with transcript and commentary):

read more

NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias


19
Dec 10

Changing Not Hearts or Minds But Habits

As Congress inches toward allowing gay men and women to die openly for their country, the history of American bigotry comes back to an octogenarian who has lived through so much of it:
*A father-in-law who went to medical school in Scotland because American universities had filled their Hebrew quotas.
*My own experience in the 1950s as [...]
The Moderate Voice


18
Dec 10

Who Will Win the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of the Arab Street: Turkey or Iran?

Daled Amos


16
Dec 10

Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade is still No. 1 in fans’ hearts - MiamiHerald.com


New York Times (blog)
Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade is still No. 1 in fans' hearts
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Heat fans, in an attempt to show that their newfound love for LeBron James is at least somewhere in the vicinity of the level of hatred Cleveland fans have for him, started out with all the right intentions.
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11
Dec 10

China hearts Google

Proving once again that the Chinese government does not always speak with one voice, Hu Qiheng, president of the
Internet Society of China — which is governed by China’s information
technology ministry — had this to say about Google on Tuesday at an Internet forum in Beijing, via WSJ:

Google has become a "symbol of the Internet" and a "carrier of the
Internet’s spirit and culture," [she said]  in brief remarks at a Google forum in Beijing.

"Google’s most charming aspect is its unstopping innovation, it has
walked a road of extremely imaginative invention and creation."

High praise from a government that at times seems near bent on exterminating the Internet giant’s presence in China. Nevermind the revelations in U.S. State Department cables recently released by Wikileaks that China’s Politburo seems to have been directly involved in ordering hacker attacks on Google last year.

Those differences can be set aside while we praise Google’s innovation. 

FP Passport


24
Nov 10

Putin hearts Leo

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is known for loving both cute things and adrenaline, so it’s no surprise that he has taken to movie star Leonardo DiCaprio like a puppy to a new chew-toy. DiCaprio landed in St. Petersburg earlier this week to attend a tiger-conservation conference, but his journey to Russia was rife with excitement. His first Russia-bound plane was forced to make an emergency landing in New York after an engine failure. His second plane had to stop in Finland for unscheduled refueling because of strong headwinds.

According to the Telegraph, Putin spotted DiCaprio in the audience and deviated from his set speech to praise DiCaprio as a "real man" noting that "a person with less stable nerves could have decided against coming, could have read it as a sign - that it was not worth going."

DiCaprio apparently was also feeling the love, telling Putin about his Russian heritage. (A Russian film producer, noting Leo’s uncanny resemblence to Vladimir Lenin, is reportedly looking to cast the Inception star as a re-animated version of the Soviet revolutionary in an upcoming sci-fi film.)

With all this love in the air, the tigers were not left out. According to the World Wildlife Fund, the International Tiger Conservation Forum ended with the approval of the Global Tiger Recovery Program, which aims to double the number of tigers in the wild. DiCaprio personally donated $ 1 million for tiger conservation (which should also make Malia
Obama
happy).

Of course, Putin’s feelings about tigers are already well-known.

Russia is one of 13 countries where tigers still exist in the wild, along with Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam.

FP Passport


14
Nov 10

NY Times Editorial Board Hearts Economic Draft Proposal

Especially the parts about raising taxes and cutting the military: Some Fiscal Reality

The draft proposal by the chairmen of President Obama’s deficit-reduction commission was a welcome antidote to the low-minded debate that dominated the midterm elections, in which politicians all vowed to reduce the deficit but offered no credible plans.

By low minded debate, they mean you TEA Partiers and everyone else who followed along and voted to throw all the Democrats out of the House, State legislatures, and governorships.

The proposal, released Wednesday, comes from Erskine Bowles, formerly the chief of staff for President Bill Clinton, and Alan Simpson, the former Republican senator from Wyoming. It frankly acknowledges what most politicians are too cowardly to admit — that deficit reduction will require shared sacrifice.

They’re right, it should be shared. Shared by the federal government, which needs to seriously reduce expenditures and revamp how they spend, and Democrat voters who love taxes so much and voted for idiots who drastically increased spending, the debt, and the deficit, so, should have their taxes raised. Huh? That’s not what they meant. Oops.

TAXES The proposal includes three options for tax reform, two of which would simplify the code by reducing income tax rates while modifying or repealing many tax deductions and other tax breaks. The third calls on Congress to undertake tax reform, while putting in place automatic tax increases if it fails to act by 2013.

The sensible aim is to raise more money — roughly $ 1 trillion over 10 years — than under the current system. We wish the co-chairmen had come right out and said directly that the country needs to raise taxes. Instead, the proposal says coyly that the tax changes would “reduce the deficit.”

No one is stopping all the liberals out there, including the Fish Wrap editorial board, from ponying up and paying more taxes. They’ve whined about lower tax rates for almost a decade now, yet, they never seem to put their money where their mouths are. Regardless, since we know liberals will never match their actions with their rhetoric, taxation to stimulate an economy and do things like reduce the federal deficit and debt won’t work, because government officials, especially Democrats, will never cut back on spending. And yes, this does include Republicans under Bush, who took all the extra tax money from the tax cuts and went hog wild.

THE MILITARY The new proposal would go far beyond that, anticipating $ 100 billion in military budget cuts in 2015 alone — and would put the savings into deficit reduction.

It calls for freezing salaries and bonuses for the Pentagon’s civilian work force and noncombat military pay, cutting weapons procurement by 15 percent and slashing military personnel at bases in Europe and Asia by one-third. All ideas well worth debating.

Obviously, all liberals love cutting the military, and reducing that evil military industrial complex. Now, cuts are not really so bad, which goes for all federal agencies. What really needs to be done is to streamline the appropriation and spending processes, closer to the way private companies spend and appropriate (without the making a profit portion, obviously.) That’s a massive conversation in detail for another day.

They also like some of the Social Security and health care ideas, especially those that raise taxes and introduce a public option, and end with

As we read the chairmen’s proposal, we had one very strong reaction: We hoped the Republicans would pause long enough in their gleeful planning of President Obama’s final defeat, and the Democrats would stop wringing their hands, long enough to read this important document — and then act on it.

Wasn’t that the same yammer we heard about the 9/11 Commission, the provisions of which Democrats immediately promised to implement in full, and then forgot about when they regained the House and Senate?

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11
Nov 10

NY Times Editorial Board Hearts Economic Draft Proposal

Especially the parts about raising taxes and cutting the military: Some Fiscal Reality

The draft proposal by the chairmen of President Obama’s deficit-reduction commission was a welcome antidote to the low-minded debate that dominated the midterm elections, in which politicians all vowed to reduce the deficit but offered no credible plans.

By low minded debate, they mean you TEA Partiers and everyone else who followed along and voted to throw all the Democrats out of the House, State legislatures, and governorships.

The proposal, released Wednesday, comes from Erskine Bowles, formerly the chief of staff for President Bill Clinton, and Alan Simpson, the former Republican senator from Wyoming. It frankly acknowledges what most politicians are too cowardly to admit — that deficit reduction will require shared sacrifice.

Their right, it should be shared. Shared by the federal government, which needs to seriously reduce expenditures, and revamp how they spend, and Democrat voters, who love taxes so much, and voted for idiots who drastically increased spending, the debt, and the deficit, so, should have their taxes raised. Huh? That’s not what they meant. Oops.

TAXES The proposal includes three options for tax reform, two of which would simplify the code by reducing income tax rates while modifying or repealing many tax deductions and other tax breaks. The third calls on Congress to undertake tax reform, while putting in place automatic tax increases if it fails to act by 2013.

The sensible aim is to raise more money — roughly $ 1 trillion over 10 years — than under the current system. We wish the co-chairmen had come right out and said directly that the country needs to raise taxes. Instead, the proposal says coyly that the tax changes would “reduce the deficit.”

No one is stopping all the liberals out there, including the Fish Wrap editorial board, from ponying up and paying more taxes. They’ve whined about lower tax rates for almost a decade now, yet, they never seem to put their money where their mouths are. Regardless, since we know liberals will never match their actions with their rhetoric, taxation to stimulate an economy and do things like reduce the federal deficit and debt won’t work, because government officials, especially Democrats, will never cut back on spending. And yes, this does include Republicans under Bush, who took all the extra tax money from the tax cuts and went hog wild.

THE MILITARY The new proposal would go far beyond that, anticipating $ 100 billion in military budget cuts in 2015 alone — and would put the savings into deficit reduction.

It calls for freezing salaries and bonuses for the Pentagon’s civilian work force and noncombat military pay, cutting weapons procurement by 15 percent and slashing military personnel at bases in Europe and Asia by one-third. All ideas well worth debating.

Obviously, all liberals love cutting the military, and reducing that evil military industrial complex. Now, cuts are not really so bad, which goes for all federal agencies. What really needs to be done is to streamline the appropriation and spending processes, closer to the way private companies spend and appropriate (without the making a profit portion, obviously.) That’s a massive conversation in detail for another day.

They also like some of the Social Security and health care ideas, especially those that raise taxes and introduce a public option, and end with

As we read the chairmen’s proposal, we had one very strong reaction: We hoped the Republicans would pause long enough in their gleeful planning of President Obama’s final defeat, and the Democrats would stop wringing their hands, long enough to read this important document — and then act on it.

Wasn’t that the same yammer we heard about the 9/11 Commission, the provisions of which Democrats immediately promised to implement in full, and then forgot about when they regained the House and Senate?

Crossed at Right Wing News and Stop The ACLU. sit back and Relax. we’ll dRive!

Pirate’s Cove


11
Oct 10

Verum Serum: Obama Hearts Foreign Donations….When They Go To Him

I don’t know why the Obama administration went down this road really. It’s like they believe the Way Back Machine only works for them or something. Still, Verum Serum, uses it to find the administrations adoration of foreign donation. (Yeah, I’m impressed with that sentence, too.)

Also this.

Liberty Pundits Blog


16
Sep 10

Michelle Obama’s Burden and the Obamas’ Hard Hearts

It’s tough being the wife of the most powerful man in the world, just ask Michelle Obama. Carla Bruni, who seemed to reveal her distaste for the First Lady in previous pictures, reveals Michelle’s whiny comments in her recent book [Aside: why is a sitting world leader's spouse writing a tell-all? What tawdriness.]

Anyway, here’s what was allegedly said:

Michelle Obama thinks being America’s First Lady is ‘hell’, Carla Bruni reveals today in a wildly indiscreet book.

Miss Bruni divulges that Mrs Obama replied when asked about her position as the U.S. president’s wife: ‘Don’t ask! It’s hell. I can’t stand it!’

Details of the private conversation, which took place at the White House during an official visit by Nicolas Sarkozy last March, emerged in Carla And The Ambitious, a book written in collaboration with Miss Bruni.

Well, of course the job is difficult-prepared meals, jet-setting, specially designed clothes, lecturing the American people on eating apples is exhausting work.

Also, it’s awful. Not out-of-a-job awful. Not repo awful. Not foreclosure awful. Not hungry awful. But, yeah, being First Lady is awful.

Michelle Obama and that husband of her’s just don’t quite cast an empathetic image, do they?

NPR kvetches about this problem:

Is President Obama too rational to be likable?

Obama comes across as so self-contained that his personality almost seems like a bubble around him - perhaps even more so than the bubble that surrounds any president, thanks to the Secret Service and all the trappings of the White House.

"Obama’s analytic style of decision-making and his unwillingness to show emotion makes it hard for people to relate to him," says Stephen J. Wayne, a government professor at Georgetown University.

If a president is in power during hard times, his relative likability won’t matter so much as his overall job performance. But every president gets judged to a greater or lesser degree according to his personality.

Perhaps no president would be doing well in the polls with unemployment near double digits throughout his term. But Obama’s inability to connect on an emotional level with many people has been an additional drag on his approval ratings.

Oh yes. It’s the President’s cerebral nonchalance that’s making connection so difficult. How about this idea: Michelle and Barack Obama just don’t care.

When an entitled person feels perpetually ripped off, they tend to feel less empathy for those they perceive as ripping them off. So, that lack of empathy; that attitude of being put-upon? That’s genuine no matter how the lib press wants to rationalize it away.

Stories like these, from the Politico help nothing:

The White House is fighting back against claims its offshore drilling moratorium will cause dramatic job loses along the Gulf Coast with a new report that says most jobs aren’t gone forever.

Only 8,000 to 12,000 jobs will be lost along the Gulf Coast, and most will return once deepwater drilling resumes, says the report to be presented to a Senate panel Thursday.

That’s right. ONLY 12,000 families will face the desperation of a lost livelihood and face the stress and strain of keeping their homes during this economic crisis. ONLY.

Do the Obamas not grasp the gravity of the economic situation in America today? Do they not grasp their enormous educational, cultural and social privilege long before they ever lucked into the presidency? Or, are they so brainwashed by their own imagined persecution complex that they simply cannot see their remarkable lives for what they are: lucky and fortunate.

Michelle Obama is not burdened. The woman doesn’t know from burden. And Barack Obama is not mis-perceived by the American people. They are seeing his cold nature for what it is: hard hearted. No amount of fawning press can obscure what is becoming more obvious.

UPDATED:

Michelle Obama’s office denies Carla Bruni’s revelation.

NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias


16
Sep 10

Michelle Obama’s Burden and the Obamas’ Hard Hearts

It’s tough being the wife of the most powerful man in the world, just ask Michelle Obama. Carla Bruni, who seemed to reveal her distaste for the First Lady in previous pictures, reveals Michelle’s whiny comments in her recent book [Aside: why is a sitting world leader's spouse writing a tell-all? What tawdriness.]

Anyway, here’s what was allegedly said:

Michelle Obama thinks being America’s First Lady is ‘hell’, Carla Bruni reveals today in a wildly indiscreet book.

Miss Bruni divulges that Mrs Obama replied when asked about her position as the U.S. president’s wife: ‘Don’t ask! It’s hell. I can’t stand it!’

Details of the private conversation, which took place at the White House during an official visit by Nicolas Sarkozy last March, emerged in Carla And The Ambitious, a book written in collaboration with Miss Bruni.

Well, of course the job is difficult-prepared meals, jet-setting, specially designed clothes, lecturing the American people on eating apples is exhausting work.

Also, it’s awful. Not out-of-a-job awful. Not repo awful. Not foreclosure awful. Not hungry awful. But, yeah, being First Lady is awful.

Michelle Obama and that husband of her’s just don’t quite cast an empathetic image, do they?

NPR kvetches about this problem:

Is President Obama too rational to be likable?

Obama comes across as so self-contained that his personality almost seems like a bubble around him - perhaps even more so than the bubble that surrounds any president, thanks to the Secret Service and all the trappings of the White House.

"Obama’s analytic style of decision-making and his unwillingness to show emotion makes it hard for people to relate to him," says Stephen J. Wayne, a government professor at Georgetown University.

If a president is in power during hard times, his relative likability won’t matter so much as his overall job performance. But every president gets judged to a greater or lesser degree according to his personality.

Perhaps no president would be doing well in the polls with unemployment near double digits throughout his term. But Obama’s inability to connect on an emotional level with many people has been an additional drag on his approval ratings.

Oh yes. It’s the President’s cerebral nonchalance that’s making connection so difficult. How about this idea: Michelle and Barack Obama just don’t care.

When an entitled person feels perpetually ripped off, they tend to feel less empathy for those they perceive as ripping them off. So, that lack of empathy; that attitude of being put-upon? That’s genuine no matter how the lib press wants to rationalize it away.

Stories like these, from the Politico help nothing:

The White House is fighting back against claims its offshore drilling moratorium will cause dramatic job loses along the Gulf Coast with a new report that says most jobs aren’t gone forever.

Only 8,000 to 12,000 jobs will be lost along the Gulf Coast, and most will return once deepwater drilling resumes, says the report to be presented to a Senate panel Thursday.

That’s right. ONLY 12,000 families will face the desperation of a lost livelihood and face the stress and strain of keeping their homes during this economic crisis. ONLY.

Do the Obamas not grasp the gravity of the economic situation in America today? Do they not grasp their enormous educational, cultural and social privilege long before they ever lucked into the presidency? Or, are they so brainwashed by their own imagined persecution complex that they simply cannot see their remarkable lives for what they are: lucky and fortunate.

Michelle Obama is not burdened. The woman doesn’t know from burden. And Barack Obama is not mis-perceived by the American people. They are seeing his cold nature for what it is: hard hearted. No amount of fawning press can obscure what is becoming more obvious.

UPDATED:

Michelle Obama’s office denies Carla Bruni’s revelation.

NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias


16
Sep 10

Michelle Obama’s Burden and the Obamas’ Hard Hearts

It’s tough being the wife of the most powerful man in the world, just ask Michelle Obama. Carla Bruni, who seemed to reveal her distaste for the First Lady in previous pictures, reveals Michelle’s whiny comments in her recent book [Aside: why is a sitting world leader's spouse writing a tell-all? What tawdriness.]

Anyway, here’s what was allegedly said:

Michelle Obama thinks being America’s First Lady is ‘hell’, Carla Bruni reveals today in a wildly indiscreet book.

Miss Bruni divulges that Mrs Obama replied when asked about her position as the U.S. president’s wife: ‘Don’t ask! It’s hell. I can’t stand it!’

Details of the private conversation, which took place at the White House during an official visit by Nicolas Sarkozy last March, emerged in Carla And The Ambitious, a book written in collaboration with Miss Bruni.

Well, of course the job is difficult-prepared meals, jet-setting, specially designed clothes, lecturing the American people on eating apples is exhausting work.

Also, it’s awful. Not out-of-a-job awful. Not repo awful. Not foreclosure awful. Not hungry awful. But, yeah, being First Lady is awful.

Michelle Obama and that husband of her’s just don’t quite cast an empathetic image, do they?

NPR kvetches about this problem:

Is President Obama too rational to be likable?

Obama comes across as so self-contained that his personality almost seems like a bubble around him - perhaps even more so than the bubble that surrounds any president, thanks to the Secret Service and all the trappings of the White House.

"Obama’s analytic style of decision-making and his unwillingness to show emotion makes it hard for people to relate to him," says Stephen J. Wayne, a government professor at Georgetown University.

If a president is in power during hard times, his relative likability won’t matter so much as his overall job performance. But every president gets judged to a greater or lesser degree according to his personality.

Perhaps no president would be doing well in the polls with unemployment near double digits throughout his term. But Obama’s inability to connect on an emotional level with many people has been an additional drag on his approval ratings.

Oh yes. It’s the President’s cerebral nonchalance that’s making connection so difficult. How about this idea: Michelle and Barack Obama just don’t care.

When an entitled person feels perpetually ripped off, they tend to feel less empathy for those they perceive as ripping them off. So, that lack of empathy; that attitude of being put-upon? That’s genuine no matter how the lib press wants to rationalize it away.

Stories like these, from the Politico help nothing:

The White House is fighting back against claims its offshore drilling moratorium will cause dramatic job loses along the Gulf Coast with a new report that says most jobs aren’t gone forever.

Only 8,000 to 12,000 jobs will be lost along the Gulf Coast, and most will return once deepwater drilling resumes, says the report to be presented to a Senate panel Thursday.

That’s right. ONLY 12,000 families will face the desperation of a lost livelihood and face the stress and strain of keeping their homes during this economic crisis. ONLY.

Do the Obamas not grasp the gravity of the economic situation in America today? Do they not grasp their enormous educational, cultural and social privilege long before they ever lucked into the presidency? Or, are they so brainwashed by their own imagined persecution complex that they simply cannot see their remarkable lives for what they are: lucky and fortunate.

Michelle Obama is not burdened. The woman doesn’t know from burden. And Barack Obama is not mis-perceived by the American people. They are seeing his cold nature for what it is: hard hearted. No amount of fawning press can obscure what is becoming more obvious.

UPDATED:

Michelle Obama’s office denies Carla Bruni’s revelation.

NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias


16
Sep 10

Michelle Obama’s Burden And The Obamas’ Hard Hearts

It’s tough being the wife of the most powerful man in the world, just ask Michelle Obama. Carla Bruni, who seemed to reveal her distaste for the First Lady in previous pictures, reveals Michelle’s whiny comments in her recent book [Aside: why is a sitting world leader's spouse writing a tell-all? What tawdriness.]

Anyway, here’s what was allegedly said:

Michelle Obama thinks being America’s First Lady is ‘hell’, Carla Bruni reveals today in a wildly indiscreet book.

Miss Bruni divulges that Mrs Obama replied when asked about her position as the U.S. president’s wife: ‘Don’t ask! It’s hell. I can’t stand it!’

Details of the private conversation, which took place at the White House during an official visit by Nicolas Sarkozy last March, emerged in Carla And The Ambitious, a book written in collaboration with Miss Bruni.

Well, of course the job is difficult-prepared meals, jet-setting, specially designed clothes, lecturing the American people on eating apples is exhausting work.

Also, it’s awful. Not out-of-a-job awful. Not repo awful. Not foreclosure awful. Not hungry awful. But, yeah, being First Lady is awful.

Michelle Obama and that husband of her’s just don’t quite cast an empathetic image, do they?

NPR kvetches about this problem:

Is President Obama too rational to be likable?

Obama comes across as so self-contained that his personality almost seems like a bubble around him — perhaps even more so than the bubble that surrounds any president, thanks to the Secret Service and all the trappings of the White House.

“Obama’s analytic style of decision-making and his unwillingness to show emotion makes it hard for people to relate to him,” says Stephen J. Wayne, a government professor at Georgetown University.

If a president is in power during hard times, his relative likability won’t matter so much as his overall job performance. But every president gets judged to a greater or lesser degree according to his personality.

Perhaps no president would be doing well in the polls with unemployment near double digits throughout his term. But Obama’s inability to connect on an emotional level with many people has been an additional drag on his approval ratings.

Oh yes. It’s the President’s cerebral nonchalance that’s making connection so difficult. How about this idea: Michelle and Barack Obama just don’t care.

When an entitled person feels perpetually ripped off, they tend to feel less empathy for those they perceive as ripping them off. So, that lack of empathy; that attitude of being put-upon? That’s genuine no matter how the lib press wants to rationalize it away.

Stories like these, from the Politico help nothing:

The White House is fighting back against claims its offshore drilling moratorium will cause dramatic job loses along the Gulf Coast with a new report that says most jobs aren’t gone forever.

Only 8,000 to 12,000 jobs will be lost along the Gulf Coast, and most will return once deepwater drilling resumes, says the report to be presented to a Senate panel Thursday.

That’s right. ONLY 12,000 families will face the desperation of a lost livelihood and face the stress and strain of keeping their homes during this economic crisis. ONLY.

Do the Obamas not grasp the gravity of the economic situation in America today? Do they not grasp their enormous educational, cultural and social privilege long before they ever lucked into the presidency? Or, are they so brainwashed by their own imagined persecution complex that they simply cannot see their remarkable lives for what they are: lucky and fortunate.

Michelle Obama is not burdened. The woman doesn’t know from burden. And Barack Obama is not mis-perceived by the American people. They are seeing his cold nature for what it is: hard hearted. No amount of fawning press can obscure what is becoming more obvious.

Liberty Pundits Blog


11
Sep 10

Bloomberg hearts Rangel

And Bloomy’s support of the GZM might have something to do with his growing interests in the Middle East.
American Thinker Blog