While trying to find more information on what's going on in North and South Korea today, I find the lack of headlines disturbing.
Comcast, which posts breaking news stories, can only talk about Jennifer Grey, Bristol Palin, and thinks that the birth of John Travolta's child is more important than the US involved with a nut who has nuclear capabilities.
I guess you cannot blame comcast or google, who isn't saying anything about Korea at all, when our own fearless leader, the President of the United States is busy giving shout-outs again.
This time on the day he received the news that North Korea attacked the South, he went to Indiana to congratulate the government owned auto companies.
On the White House's front page, the first top news story is how well the automakers the government took over, are doing.
The second news story is the reselling of his HCR bill.
The third is the new START of a nuclear treaty that will give anyone but the US advantage over countries with nuclear capabilities, which sort of ties into the N. Korea story, but does not mention it.
And the fourth big story coming from the oval office is the trip Obama took to India, to promote America in Asia.
Is it just me or is something wrong here?
After learning that Obama tries to deal with North Korea's defiance in continuing to build a nuclear arsenal, using sweet deals and slaps on the wrist, one can only imagine what he will give into next.
Obama seems to think his top priority is to continue to pat himself on the back for his accomplishments (?), when in what used to be America's reality, the job of the President of the United States is to defend and protect us.
They want to reduce sugar and salt intake of Americans, while having no plan he wants to share with us, about keeping us safe from crazy people who would like nothing better than to nuke us. (also see Iran).
If you cannot go to the White House website to find out how he intends to do this, where can you go?
And people want to know why Obama's approval rating has dropped to 39%. It is because of what he perceives as top priority, and the important things he puts on the back burner, time and time again.
As depicted in the photo, maybe Obama should try a chalkboard instead.