Not even sure where to begin with this one. The New York Times is reporting that President Obama said “the reset button has worked,” a reference to “the administration’s early promise to ‘reset’ the bilateral relationship after several years of bickering over a variety of issues from missile defense to Kosovo.” President Obama met with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev during the Asia-Pacific summit in Singapore.
As you know, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is set to ram-through Congress a government-run health care scheme this weekend. The fight is on to stop this legislation. You may have read Chris Cillizza’s posting this morning over at The Fix.
Clearly the no one in the Obama Administration, including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, ever read Dale Carnegie’s “How To Win Friends and Influence People.” If Obama or Clinton did read the book, they’d know that you can’t just throw money around hoping people will like you.
As you know, there’s a vicious form of the flu going around, commonly known as swine flu. Media outlets have covered people waiting in long lines in hopes of getting the vaccine, only to find out there isn’t enough to go around. A story in The Washington Post today asks “why such a shortage of swine flu vaccine?”