An Editorial from Larry Elder
Larry Elder is a syndicated radio talk show host and best-selling author. His latest book, "What's Race Got to Do with It?" is available now. To find out more about Larry Elder, visit his Web page at www.LarryElder.com. To read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.
Creators Syndicate – Close your eyes, and pretend it's still the George W. Bush administration.
In Afghanistan, more American service members died in August than in any month since the war began. His top military commander says that without more troops, we run the risk of losing the war. Iran admits operating a second previously undisclosed nuclear facility. Unemployment stands at 9.7 percent, with consumer confidence lower last month after a brief uptick. An important domestic initiative — one he campaigned on — faces a likely make-or-break month in Congress.
What does the President do? He flies to Copenhagen to personally lobby the International Olympic Committee to bring the Olympics to Crawford, Texas.
I couldn't have said this any better. Well done Larry.
Yeah you guessed it....
No decision on Afghanistan.
Unemployment is still 9.7%
Somewhere an Iranian engineer is asking is partner for 17mm wrench while he builds
And our Gross National Debt...well it just keeps ticking.
|The Gross National Debt|
Update to the follow-up: CHICAGO FINISHED FOURTH! Well, that was time well spent. Good work Mr. President. How much did it cost to fly you and the Mrs. over there?
Hurry home Mr. President.