Media Scrubs Malia Obama Vacation Story

Once again there is a double standard. The WhiteHouse doesn’t want the media talking about Obama’s kids but Obama brings them up all the time on the campaign trail, but here’s my question. Why is that The State Department has stated that due to the violence in Mexico, that Americans should not travel there and yet it’s okay for one of Obama’s kids to go there without either parent? Are the Seceret Service also doubling as a baby-sitter? If so that is an abuse of power but then again so is everything else Obama does. Don’t get me wrong, the kids are not the problem, Obama is. And how many vacations do these people get? Even the military only get 30 days a year.

That’s my opinion anyway.                           1 Dragon

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Media scrubs Malia Obama vacation story

By DYLAN BYERS, Politico | 3/20/12 12:24 AM EDT

The AFP, the Huffington Post and other websites have scrubbed a report about  first daughter Malia Obama’s Spring Break vacation.

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Vacation all he ever wanted? (Or, educating POTUS.)

Red State

Dec. 27, 2009

Increasingly unloved and ridiculed from both sides, a new and embittered President Obama is emerging this Christmas season as he begins a badly needed vacation in Hawaii.

Why ‘badly needed?’ What, exactly, has the President done this year, besides calmly watch legislators from his party drain the treasury?

Moving along, while I recognize that the President’s in need of a serious attitude adjustment I don’t see any way of getting him to have one until the Democrats get smacked around a bit more.  Losing thirty House seats might do it: flipping the House may do it.  Flipping the House and getting more than five seats in the Senate back will almost certainly do it, particularly if there’s a discreet amount of payback afterward.  Admittedly, it would have been better for the country’s sake if the President’s party had cared enough about Obama’s personal development to teach him some limits as a state legislator, but the past is the past.  What’s important now is making sure that, going forward, he learns proper life lessons.

After all, we’re stuck with him for the time being.

Moe Lane