Billings Gazette: “We were wrong”

Posted June 28th, 2014 by Iron Mike

Sometimes, you have to admit you’re wrong.Billings Gazette

Folks, you know this wasn’t easy for their editors to admit.

“We said that things couldn’t get much worse after the sub par presidency of George W. Bush.”

The Gazette goes on to list some of Obama’s blunders, sins, and boondoggles…[their site loads a little slowly – but you’ll enjoy their perspective…]

These are all signs — none of them definitive on their own, necessarily.  However,  when taken in completely, these demonstrate a disturbing trend of incompetence and failure.  It’s not just that Americans are in a sour mood about national politics.  That’s probably part of it.  Instead, Obama has become another in a line of presidents long on rhetoric and hopelessly short on action.”


So it begins,…the process of awakening, disenchantment, and rejection by the complicit and negligent press.

They hated Bush so much they failed to vet a narcissistic fraud, – giving him a total hall pass on his birth certificate, – his communist friends, – his paper trail, – his education, – his surrendered law license, – and his views on humanity and our country.

They aided and abetted a domestic enemy – together with his entire entourage of Soros-financed socialist goons.

Slowly some will do what the Gazette has done – admit a mistake.

I wish they had said they were sorry….  Maybe too much to hope for…?

2 Responses to “Billings Gazette: “We were wrong””

  1. Sherox

    Have you any idea what’s going on with the construction-side of federal buildings? If you did, you’d be screaming your head off.

  2. Casey Chapman

    Interesting how the dems scream about how they HAVE to know about ten years of Romney’s tax records, but when Obama refuses to un-seal his transcripts from college?————Crickets. Nothing to see here, folks. Move along, move along.

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