Rick McKee Editorial Cartoon

Editorial cartoon for Thursday, April 28, 2011
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TheFederalist 04/28/11 - 10:10 am
Sweet Rick! Finally, kicking

Sweet Rick! Finally, kicking and screaming and chiding us all like rude children for having the gall to force his hand, our oh so transparent POTUS has finally submitted his long form birth certificate to the nation.
High time and very disingenuous at best to then whine about the time lost in having to address petty side issues like this, as he has much bigger fish to fry. He dismisses the inquisitive among us as nothing more than loons who should know better that his time is much too valuable for this type of distraction from much more serious presidential matters. Then, after acting like a petulant brat, he is immediately off to tape another segment on Oprah, and then finish his day dealing with "serous presidential matters" with two fund raisers, trying to be the first sitting president able to amass more than 1 billion dollars for his upcoming campaign.

Our nation longs for a true statesman of all the people, who cares more about real solutions than getting re-elected. Sadly, all we get is an activist, ideologue whiner who is hell-bent on destroying our economy, laying blame on others, paying back his union cronies, and leading our nation headlong towards mediocrity and worse.

Lonewuf 05/01/11 - 10:39 pm
I couldnt have said it better

I couldnt have said it better Federalist.....

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