Yes We Can’t

Obama says he can stop droughts and floods, but he was unable to stop a 30% probability of rain which convinced him to move his speech indoors. Can someone explain how that works?

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8 Responses to Yes We Can’t

  1. gregole says:

    Obama’s flash-in-the-pan moment is past and none too soon. His worn out Marxist/Stalinist message no longer even moves his followers. You know, intellectual fashions change and his novelty has worn off. Novelty is really all he ever had.

    When asked about his policies, Democratic delegates mumble and change the subject to hating on Romney and Ryan.

    His big speech was a dud. He is a has-been that never was. Here’s another yawner he gave:

    http://dailycaller.com/2012/08/31/obama-speech-to-soldiers-met-with-silence/

  2. Glacierman says:

    “Can someone explain how that works?”

    It’s really quite simple. When you have government agencies that will manipulate data, and a sycophantic press corp that will report anything anyway you want them to, you effectively control the weather, the climate, the employment rate……

  3. johnmcguire says:

    What that means is they couldn’t find enough suckers willing to be bused in to fill the venue .

  4. chris y says:

    Steven- You have an unnecessary apostrophe in the headline. It should read-

    Yes We Cant.

    This is the 2012 Democrat Election Strategy.

  5. Jean Croton says:

    Obama can’t find his inner Immanuel Kant.

    That’s the trouble being an empty suit.

  6. Andy DC says:

    There is a 30% chance of rain in Charlotte every day from June thru early September. So why plan an outdoor activity if that is disqualifying?

  7. Nice catch. Not even radio talking heads thought of that.

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