Netanyahu's speech got me thinking about all the instances of folks throwing shade at the current occupant of the Oval Office.
This is a bad omen for the Republicans.
Very few on Capitol Hill have confidence that President Obama can negotiate an agreement that will keep Iran from having nuclear weapons.
The finding that 11 million U.S. workers face higher premiums under Obamacare should be a banner headline. But by now these revelations are routine.
Democrats may have gotten what they wanted, but Speaker Boehner's move gave Republicans what they needed.
This week we learned more about the destruction caused by Obamacare and saw a weak jobs report, but still the president and his Democratic allies deny that the president's policies are to blame.
Tomorrow, President Obama will formally reveal his budget plan. But since it is over 2 months late, and the House and Senate leaders have already produced and adopted budget resolutions, it may be irrelevant.