University Dept. Chair Relentlessly Mocked for ’12 Reasons Why Obama Is One of the Best Presidents Ever’
Though President Barack Obama has “committed his share of blunders and tripped over his own words from time to time,” he is still “one of the best presidents ever,” according to Matthew Lynch, the chairman of the Department of Elementary & Special Education and associate professor of education at Langston University in Langston, Okla.
“While I acknowledge he has made a number of mistakes in recent years, I stand firm in my conviction that Barack Obama is one of the greatest presidents America has ever seen,” Lynch wrote in a blog post on the Huffington Post. “I believe history will prove this, and with time, he will be remembered in the annals of history as a revered revolutionary.”
Lynch went on to list the “12 reasons why Obama is one of the best presidents ever.” There are a few reasons that some might find ironic or humorous, including “he is for peace” and “he is for entertaining the masses.”
We’ve included about half of his list below (View the full list here):
Obamacare Official Admits Something So Incredible You’ll Wonder Why You’re Just Now Hearing About It
The revelation came Tuesday during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the possible security risks surrounding healthcare.gov.
“The committee’s been reviewing materials that indicate that some parts of healthcare.gov were not completed before the launch, as we’ve discussed here,” Rep. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) said. “What portion of the website remained to be created when you launched on October 1st?”
“I don’t have an exact percentage,” said Henry Chao, deputy chief information officer of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. “I look at it in terms of overall marketplace systems.”
“I think it was a set of priority functions that needed to be in place,” Chao added.
“Well, how much do we have to build today?” Gardner pressed.
“Just an approximation, we’re probably sitting somewhere between 60 and 70 percent,” Chao said.
“Sixty to 70 percent that needs to be built still?” Gardner said.
Berry recounted the story during a recent visit to Jay Leno's couch on "The Tonight Show." You don't need a crystal ball to predict what happened next:
In the middle of their interview, Leno asked about this surprising revelation concerning Palin.
After scowling and shaking her head, Berry said, “I mean, isn’t that the worst thing you can imagine?”
When the applause died down, Leno replied, “No, she’s a very nice lady.”
“I’m sure she is,” Berry counted, “but you know.”