“Extraordinary, Ordinary People” by Dr. Condoleezza Rice
As the MSM’s absurd attempts at diversion and the desperate attempts to change the subject mount, the overall picture remains very bleak for Democrats, and with good reason. Obamacare is rolling out and hitting millions with premium hikes and policy changes, and each letter represents not just a broken promise from the president who guaranteed it wouldn’t happen, but also a fresh warning of what will follow if the bill isn’t repealed. The Democrats on the Hill that empowered the president’s radical agenda are going to pay the price for the “stimulus” that wasn’t and the disaster that Obamacare is, and not even a Comedy Central appearance by the president will help much. In fact, that may not be such a good idea at this precise moment.
I am off to Sacramento with Dennis Prager and Brian Wesbury for an event at William Jessup University tonight, but urge you to get a copy of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s new memoir Extraordinary, Ordinary People. The book is a series of revelations about Dr. Rice, her parents, segregated Birmingham, and the rise of one of the country’s most admired citizens. I interviewed Dr. Rice about her memoir yesterday and will air it in the course of today’s program.