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George Will on Obama: "This President Is Ubiquitous!"

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Published on Jul 26, 2009

Conservative columnist George Will is fed up with all the coverage President Obama's response to the arrest of Professor Henry Louis Gates is getting. "The President is everywhere," he argues. "This President is ubiquitous!" He goes on to say that "we converse about race too much."

Also, Krugman says that in addition to the Cambridge cops, Gates "behaved stupidly."

Comments • 70

Dardy Gerard
This president is everywhere! He's being worshipped in the streets. What? A black man in the white house is starting a cult of respect for himself? What universe is this guy living in.
trha2222
What nobody remembers is that Gates went on tv, with his daughter, LYING about Officer Crowley and quite literally tried to destroy his life. And then he walks away from it unscathed when HE was in the wrong and HE lied about it.
Duker Wong
I believe that we should be all united together always as one nation under God by America's own foundations and constitutions as well as our country's own unity by America's own patriotism and loyalty as the principles. We should never divide by races, genders and between the rich and poor. I also believe that we should learn the experiences to do better and move on our country's own greatness and success by the principles of America's own foundations, constitutions and unity, honesty, sincerity, kindness generosity and decency. Let's build our country together for America's future of the security and safety issues, prosperity and unity by America's own patriotism and loyalty.
zombiewack
Turns out krugman is wrong again
Bernandy Joseph
gw would a good chance for potus
bobert kc
Leave it to George Will to come up with Ubiquitous! This conservative snob, who didn't look up Ubiquitous to find out what it means. This is a slimy slithering snob who has never worked in his life. All mouth.
Thomas Lytle
George Will not entirely wrong but never entirely right this is the man who somehow was supremely aggravated and upset about the movie Billy Jack, a man who cannot recognize the difficulties and problems of the power imbalance in America and intolerant of those who are willing to address it. In the panel talk show environment Mr Will has lost his controlling element and his name was David Brinkley.
vdarte
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Steven J
If I remember the President said he did not have all the facts, but it was obvious the police acted stupidly ! Not his buddy professor who the police may have thought was breaking in to a home. No way he could of acted stupidly. If you are going to be honest, the President profiled the police. 
meccaturbo
Who would believe anything you say? For all your psychotic rambling about Mitt Romney being a tax cheat, let's look no further than your buddy Tiny Tim Geithner, a confessed tax cheat. What president in their right mind would put a tax cheat in charge of the treasury? You are a pathetic excuse for a person. Obama is an incompetent idiot, and so are you. Go fuck yourself, you retarded cumguzzler.
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