The Radical Women of the White House

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And more recently, she gained hands-on experience telling falsehoods to the American public about the BP oil spill. The independent presidential commission on the disaster criticized her earlier this month for repeatedly misrepresenting the findings of a federal analysis, which she claimed showed that “more than three-quarters of the oil is gone.”

The oil spill panel also singled out fellow environmental extremist Dr. Jane Lubchenco, Obama’s head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and a former high-ranking official at the left-wing Environmental Defense Fund, for misleading the public and “contributing to the perception that the government’s findings were more exact than they actually were.” When she isn’t spreading information, she’s overseeing policies that mom-and-pop fishermen believe will lead to drastic reductions of commercial fishing fleets and recreational fishing activity in favor of centralized control.

At the Department of Health and Human Services, chief inquisitor Kathleen Sebelius rules the roost — threatening private companies and insurers who increase rates to cope with Obamacare coverage mandates and lashing out at newspapers who dare report on the costly consequences of the federal law.

Among his inner circle, Obama has leaned on senior adviser and Chicago consigliere Valerie Jarrett, the woman who bragged about being “delighted to be able to recruit” disgraced Marxist green jobs czar Van Jones; Anita Dunn, the former communications director who touted Chairman Mao as her favorite philosopher and was the mastermind behind Team O’s war on Fox News; and, of course, the Big Nanny-in-Chief herself, Michelle Obama, who’s using her bully pulpit to pressure restaurants and schools to change their menus and to lobby Congress to redistribute $8 billion away from the federal food stamp program for her public employee union pay-off disguised as a child nutrition bill.

While liberal New York Times harridan Maureen Dowd gins up fear about Republican “Mean Girls,” it’s the left-wing women pretending to be our benevolent caretakers who pose the greater threats to our families and freedom.

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  • BS77

    Is the war on carbon the new war on poverty, a complete failure and ridiculous example of Luddite idiocy?

  • USMCSniper

    Send them all overseas as comfort ladies for the troops.

    • Rifleman

      Why do you hate the troops so? Inflict them on the jihadis instead;-)

  • tony

    Huh?

    • Lary9

      What?