Why Was Clarence Thomas the Lone Dissenter in a Recent Second Amendment Ruling?
UPDATE: Biden Finally Releases Statement on Terrorist Mob That Attacked LA Synagogue
CNN Host Gets Roasted for Her Explanation for Why She Cut Off a...
Is This Why There's Going to Be a Game Seven in the Stanley...
Trump Has a Chance
Former White House Physician to Biden: Submit to a Drug Test Before the...
Six Years After This Climate 'Prophet' Said Arctic Ice Would Be Gone, It's...
New Yorkers Aren't Such Big Fans of Hochul These Days
'Pushing Us Into World War III': Russia Blames US for Deadly Ukrainian Missile...
TikTok Bans Sports Apparel Company From Advertising on Platform. It's Not Hard to...
LA Opens Taxpayer-Funded Luxury Homeless Shelter
A ‘Trans’ Athlete Robbed Women of a Women's NCAA Title. Here’s What He...
Five Illegal Aliens Charged With Kidnapping 14-Year-Old Girl
Will Congress Take Internet Safety Seriously?
The Supreme Court Will Review a Ban on So-Called ‘Gender-Affirming’ Care for Kids

A Brief History of the Perils of Political Wimp-hood

A great read from our pal, Dean Barnett:
Yesterday's Wright-ditching press conference was for Obama what the disastrous New Hampshire debate was for Bush 41. The occasion called for Obama to take control of the issue, however belatedly. He had to be in charge. He had to be authoritative.

Instead, voters got the same Obama who slouched through that infamous Pennsylvania debate in which those meanies Charlie Gibson and George Stephanopoulos asked him questions that weren't to his liking. Once again, Obama seemed like a defeated man. Chuck Todd described him at yesterday's press conference as "somber." Obama referred to himself as "outraged," but nothing in his manner communicated "outrage." What he looked like was a man whose political future was in jeopardy, and yet still couldn't rally himself to show some passion.


Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos