The Jerk-In-Chief will not agree to reigning in his spending. Am I lying? Look at how many trillions further we are now in the hole. He has continually tried doing end-runs around Congress to spend whatever he wants to. He complains about how the US Constitution doesn't allow for the redistribution of wealth. This has been the point of contention between the holders of the country's purse strings and the Boy Messiah in the candy store. It hasn't changed. He's all pumped up now from the election and he's loaded for bear. He has said as much in his spiking of the football speeches. As I wrote earlier, I wrote my Republican leaders asking them to toe the line against the Boy Messiah. This guy is drunk on a spending binge for his Socialist causes. The dark clouds are gathering, increasing steadily more right at this moment with Obamacare soon to come fully online, a historic debt problem and a fiscal cliff caused by the intransigence of Liberal tax-and-spenders.<quoted text>
Sister Kathryn nailed it. She's right. Congress must work with the President and not continue to block his progress. If positive change is to occur, than balance is necessary, and that can only happen if both parties work for the good of all. If Congress refuses to agree to the wealthiest being taxed a little more, than as the President has stated, everyone's taxes will go up. This could lead to a recession next year. I hope Republicans and Democrats TOGETHER, will do what is right for this nation.
One for all and all for one.
We are hanging by a thread and you stand there with a straight face talking about compromise? You sound about as clueless as Chamberlain returning home to Britain after his sucker-lunch with Mein Führer. Grow up.