If you’re into reality TV, you probably enjoyed the Democratic Party’s convention. Talk about a predictable cast of characters.
There was Nancy (I’m not crazy, really) Pelosi, the person who announced we’d have to pass Obamacare “in order to know what is in it.”
There was Harry Reid, the obstructionist Senate leader who refused to bring critical issues to the floor because his own party members didn’t support them.
Mrs. Obama assured us all when she proclaimed, “we can trust Barack Obama,” in her unbiased opinion.
By the way, who is Sandra Fluke, and where has John Kerry been, though we haven’t missed him? And, Rahm Emmanuel … don’t get me started.
Don’t forget the charming Bill Clinton, Mr. “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” There’s someone you can believe.
Finally, the unqualified but charismatic Barack Obama, who vows solutions. He hasn’t provided any over the past four years, except to spend more money. “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.”