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Sundry Commentary on The Obama “Tired” Excuse

Two comments from my co-bloggers last night…

“You know, really soon, Obama’s excuse that he was tired… is going to get tired.”
“Do you get the feeling that if Obama becomes president, we’re going to need somebody to handle the night shift? Picture it, somebody awakens him at 2 a.m. with some foreign crisis and by dawn we’ve accidently invaded Paraguay.”
Meanwhile, over on Powerline, Paul Mirengoff and John Hinderaker start asking inconvenient questions for Obama, like, “Hey, even if he was tired, did he really think that a tornado killed ten thousand people? Or that an entire country’s cars could get 45 miles per gallon?”

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