Obama's first 100 days: immigration, stimulus plan, Cabinet nominees, and more
The past wondrous 100 days of the Barack Obama administration kicked off on a high note, as the benediction at his inauguration implied that all white people are racists and all non-whites are oppressed. That was just offensive; most of what's followed has serious to very serious long-term consequences.
For other issues, see stimulus plan, Fairness Doctrine, faith based and neighborhood partnerships, Obama citizenship, civilian national security force, and question authority for related posts. See Center for American Progress and George Soros for Obama affiliates. See whitehouse dot gov and google corporate for tech- and question-related posts.
While Obama was involved in the above, his opponents were even more incompetent than ever. Practically the entire opposition to Obama is one small step up from a bad segment on the Sean Hannity show. The GOP is almost completely unable to provide a credible alternative to Obama, and is completely unable to attack their opponents in an effective way. Those at the fringes of the GOP and beyond conducted tea parties, something that will help Obama by keeping his more activist opponents busy with a worthless campaign that does not have broad-based support.
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UPDATE: Freudian slip: in a previous version I referred to the tea party protestors as Obama's "supporters"; I've changed that to what they think they are even if they're just wasting their time. I also added the CAP and Soros links.