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Bill Keller Blames Obama for the Sequester

Mar 4, 2013 11:17 AM PT

Bill Keller of the NY Times wrote an op-ed over the weekend which, while still taking some shots at the GOP, managed to lay some of the blame for "the large mess we are in" at the President's feet.

The piece is titled "Obama's Fault" and that more or less sums up the theme. Keller's opening paragraph sounds like something Charles Krauthammer might have written, "The White House spent last week in full campaign hysteria, blitzing online followers with the message that heartless Republicans are prepared to transform America into 'Les Misérables' in order to protect 'millionaires and billionaires, oil companies, vacation homes, and private jet owners.'”

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I beheld a pale horse, and his name that sat on him was Sequester

Mar 4, 2013 8:07 AM PT

David Harsanyi's new book, Obama's Four Horsemen: The Disasters Unleashed by Obama's Reelection is out today.  He posted a hefty excerpt over at Human Events, where he and I are two of the primary horsemen.  Based on this, I think he wants to be Death, and I'll be War.  

He's using the apocalyptic metaphor to describe a very serious paradigm shift covering the eight years of Obama, coupled with the rapid approach of unsustainable government disasters set in motion long before Barack Hussein Obama was born.  Like most great disasters, this one is a matter of timing; it's a one-two-punch that will shatter all the seals of Big Government Revelations at once.  (The Bible calls for seven seals, but due to sequestration we can now afford only five, and they're forged from recycled Solyndra solar panels.)

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Spielberg's Deeply Christian 'Schindler's List' Arrives on Blu-ray

Mar 4, 2013 7:09 AM PT

Obviously, director Stephen Spielberg's Oscar-winning "Schindler's List" is a loving tribute to his Jewish faith and its perseverance throughout history. But another religious thread that runs through the masterpiece is a Christian one found in the character arc of the film's protagonist, Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson in the role that should've won him the Oscar).

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