Framing the Dialogue

Posts Tagged ‘gibbs’

Herding Cats

Now with over eighteen months in the White House the Obama Regime is having to come to grips with ruling versus running.  Even though he still seems to be in campaign mode, Obama has to be coming to the realization that being the President of the United States is not anything like community organizing.  He can no longer say anything he wants or make conflicting promises.  He is still doing it, but citizens have expectations that are not being met.

Separated At Birth – Tweety/Gibbs

 Tweety Bird:  Tweety is, for the most part, a good-natured character happily spending life in his cage or a nest. However, when a cat or other adversary threatens him, he can become downright malicious and devious, even kicking his enemy when he’s down. In many of Tweety’s appearances the bird is shown accompanying his owner, Granny.  His darker side frequently is masked beneath the surface and though “cute” viewers, after a time, start cheering for his adversaries.  Who didn’t want the coyote to catch the roadrunner just once?   Tweety’s catch-phrase;

“I taut I taw a puddy tat”

Far Left Pitch

Sometimes the news writes itself.  President Barack Hussein Obama threw out the first pitch at the Washington Nationals’ home opener today.  He seemed to have learned and left his “Mom jeans” at home this time.  I searched for an hour for a shot showing the catcher scrambling to grab the errant pitch.  No luck.

Not surprisingly Obama threw the pitch to the far left of the Nationals’ player.  I was also wondering why Obama is wearing a glove?  And why the jacket?  It was like 85 degrees today.  Maybe he is a little thin-skinned.  You should be able to watch the video on YouTube.  Love the wingtips.  Not really a shoe for the “hip” president. 

Talk To The Hand

Even before I reached my advanced age I was a list maker.  Whether it be a shopping list, task list or the every present Honey-Do list there is usually one in my pocket.  My obsession (or organization skill) is to the point where I will actually add a task to a work list after I have completed it.  The task did not have to be on my original list.  I just like to cross items off of my lists.