Aboard a campaign flight, then-Senator Obama is talking on a cellphone as he arises from his seat; nearby a female reporter catches a glance of something that makes her uncomfortable, sending her skirmishing to the back of the plane. Obama, rather than downplay the awkward display, instead plays it up, positioning himself so the gathered reporters have little choice but to take in his chauvinistic performance. Meanwhile, a female voice can be heard ordering everyone to sit down, ostensibly so they can get a better look. Grabien News saw what they wanted to see in the video — an erection — and then invented the emotions and subsequent actions of passengers on the plane in order to fit their narrative. According to Getty Images, the above-displayed video was taken on 7 May as Obama boarded his campaign plane at Midway Airport. The captions included with those photographs, taken by Mark Wilson, simply stated that Obama was talking on his phone as the plane boarded:.
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I've heard enough about health care pros and myths. I need all sides of the story. Employers will have to pay for it for workers and everyone will be on a sort of monopolized health care system where the government has the say and you don't. The way i think of it is, if the government doesn't want to spend money for your transplant or whatever els you may need but they don't think you do.
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But from the Affordable Care Act to zombie banks, Obama had no shortage of opportunities to make economic history. Few would argue that he did so, although whether those efforts were for better or worse remain hotly contested. Related: Obama's Legacy By the Numbers.
On December 16, the Wall Street Journal published a story by its chief economics commentator about why the economists got the decade all wrong. People forget the global impact of the financial crisis of There was a huge stock market sell off in late , but more importantly, global markets and economies were hit hard from Dubai to Hong Kong and from Moscow to Frankfurt. Ferrara explains that "Mr. Obama carefully, studiously pursued the opposite of every pro-growth policy Reagan had followed.