I am a Republican, a black, dyed in the wool Republican, and I never intend to belong to any other party than the party of freedom and progress.

- Frederick Douglas

Impressive? Unfortunate?

Is it impressive or unfortunate?

The Obama administration has managed to convince half of the people who vote that he is a man of the people, that his government is pro-people, not pro-business first. Yet his actions make it clear he is a good ole crony-capitalist enabler.

White House poised to name patent reform opponent as new head of Patent Office

The Obama Administration’s expected choice to lead the Patent Office is a Johnson & Johnson lawyer who has been a key figure in blocking attempts to reform the patent system.

And who did he put in charge of the FCC?

Gosh, Perhaps Next Time Don't Appoint a Lobbyist to Run the FCC?

While that's no surprise, people who should have opposed appointing a former cable and wireless lobbyist to lead the agency instead supported Wheeler's nomination... [Read]

(If you would like to laugh about the subject, watch John Oliver Suggests Renaming “Net Neutrality” To “Cable Company F*ckery”)

And yet, somehow people think this administration is a people first administration. Whether it is stupidity or gullibility, it is impressive and so unfortunate. Simple clear politics, where the only party are the parties to power.

posted at 09:19:57 on 06/30/14 by clearpolitics - Category: Obviously - [Permalink]

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