HEY STUPID! The gridlock in Congress was created on January 21, 2009 At the Caucus Room restaurant.<quoted text>
Sure must be convenient to have Fox around to accuse who might just, perhaps, be the only ones telling the truth. Probably why Obama hates them too. They just won't fall in line and stay in his back pocket like the rest of the media.
And speaking of falling in line, it's why he demonizes and disrespects Republicans, the elected officials of half the country, who he refuses to recognize as such because they actually want to be part of the governing process instead of giving in to everything he wants carte blanche.
Now he's whining about the gridlock in Congress when he - and he alone - created it by his obstinate and arrogance. He just doesn't know how it works. Even Clinton knew how it works. Obama just thinks he won - and that's how it works - just him and his elite inner circle calling all of the shots.
He's a loner who even WH aides have said doesn't seem to like anyone. He thought the presidency would give him the kind of isolation he desires by not having to deal with his colleagues on the Senate floor and would give him the kind of bully pulpit he craves. He's simply in over his head. He's too self-centered. And he doesn't know how it works.
But go ahead and blame Fox for that too.
Attending the dinner were House members Eric Cantor, Jeb Hensarling, Pete Hoekstra, Dan Lungren, Kevin McCarthy, Paul Ryan and Pete Sessions. From the Senate were Tom Coburn, Bob Corker, Jim DeMint, John Ensign and Jon Kyle. Others present were former House Speaker and future – and failed – presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and the Republican strategist Frank Luntz, who organized the dinner and sent out the invitations.
During a lengthy discussion, the senior GOP members worked out a plan to repeatedly block Obama over the coming four years to try to ensure he would not be re-elected.
You're living in a bubble of hate warped delusion Carol.