Friday, March 30, 2012

Weekly Wrap-Up

In last week’s Poll, 82 percent of respondents predicted that the Supreme Court will overturn ObamaCare. To end the week, we have plenty of analysis regarding the Court’s proceedings.

John Podhoretz notes that the “la-la liberals” are once again shocked that conservatives might have sound, well-reasoned arguments on an important issue.

This is the newest theme among Democrat pundits seeking to make lemonade from this lemon of a bill we’ve been handed – that the Court’s rejection of ObamaCare could help Obama get reelected.

In the Weekly Standard we’re reminded that conservatives shouldn’t get too confident about the outcome of this case – arguments are still taking place, but we won’t hear them.

Here’s what will happen today and afterwards as the justices consider and reconsider ObamaCare.

“This is my last election,” President Obama whispered to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev earlier this week, unaware that an open mike was picking up the conversation. “After my election, I have more flexibility.”

Here’s Charles Krauthammer demolishing this new “Flexibility Doctrine.”

House Speaker John Boehner had the decency and good sense to wait until Obama was back home from his overseas excursion to raise questions, but now the questions are coming “fast and furious,” as the Associated Press puts it (reminding us of another Obama Administration scandal).

Our friend the open mic is the only reason we know about Obama’s “flexibility” in selling out America’s security to Russia. On what other issues do you believe Obama will have “flexibility” to impose his will should he win reelection? Vote today in our new Weekly Poll.

Gov. Cuomo is talking the talk against pork-barrel spending, but as The Wall Street Journal reports he’s given himself and his allies in Albany a bit of flexibility in the budget.

We know Charlie Rangel is very “flexible” when it comes to following campaign laws – but looks like he’s getting of with just a slap on the wrist.

Have a great weekend!

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