I don't know know who originally coined this term but it's right up there with "You can have it all", "Protect our Freedom"
& one more. Like Guv Perry I forgot, oops.! To throw (someone) under the bus is an idiomatic phrase in American English meaning to sacrifice a friend or ally for selfish reasons. Of course it's been around awhile but has only resurfaced by the Election of Barack Obama. Essentially, most presidential criticism only really surfaces during a Democratic Reign. Amout of vacation time; # of jobs created. Used $ wisely has a decent foreigh policy. You know those things for which people are elected cause Amer's like what the do & say. But once in office these skills become weaknesses, too broad of an interp of Consti Law (The Pres. taught Constitution Law for I believe 4 years in Chicago.
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January 27 2012
The President's State of the Union was right on! Of course, all his statements, speeches, press conferences, & motivational comments are all good. Unfortunately, I don't believe that we live in a post-racial bias time. He gets way more criticism than GW; His policies, dreams and desires are far beyond what W invisioned. Some one at his talk @ a univ in Michigan someone chanted 4 more years & the students cheered!
February 1, 2012
Walter Williams, a black guy, an economist said Obama is using racial politics. Chided him letting, I guess, others say using the word black is a racial slur by Big Ed. over Perry's rock I believe. 50 bil from Medicare, lies; anything BO objects to, the repubs have a name for it Elitist, socialists redistrib wealth; but no mention of Bush 2 who pushed us into this mess & no one wants to blame them. Dur the debates before Fla repubs used Obama's name 500 times vs 20 for Bush..
February 09, 2012
IT had a reasonably good birthday, for 78! He enjoyed a late lunch in the Orleans restaurant with our usual toasts at cocktail time.
February 15, 2012...
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