I'm pretty sure the teabaggers and other crazies in the House and Senate had something to do with why Obama hasn't been able to make good on some of his campaign pledges or accomplish all he could have to this point in his presidency. Remember that famous statement by Mitch big mouth McConnell, "Our only priority is to make sure Obama is a one term President." or words to that effect. How is that working out for you? Remember ... country before politics.This whole "sequester" thing was Obama's idea in the first place.
Back in 2011 he promised that he'd come up with a budget that would decrease the deficit in order to get the debt ceiling raised.
Obama's just blame others for his own failure's.
He's like a spoiled little kid, always blaming others for his own failure's!
At least he gets to vacation, and play golf with Tiger Woods!
I wonder if Tiger hooked him up?
MO was on a seperate vacation in Colorado, at the same time BO was partying with Tiger.
Makes you wonder!
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#22 Feb 19, 2013
“Where I came from”
Since: Jan 09
#23 Feb 19, 2013
So lets see Fox is not a reliable source, in that case no news outlet is reliable. So lets just listen to the words of the president and all politicians we hear what they say, they make speeches all the time. BHO is blaming everyone but himself for the mess he is creating. Yes he inherited a big problem but he hasn't fixed a GD thing of course no one except the mind washed robots believed he would. They fell in love with an image and now like a betrayed lover they hang on to his every word and promise, not realizing he is abusing them. Just like the christian who believes that Jesus is going to come and make things all better. It ain't gonna happen.
So i suppose that there are no democrats calling for confiscation of guns. Its just a lie perpetrated by Fox News. RIGHT
#24 Feb 19, 2013
and no, "This whole 'sequester' thing" was NOT Obama's idea in the first place .... It was a NEGOTIATED Bi-Partisan debt deal. Do you understand what that means Jim Bob. You know, you come up with some of the craziest crap, there ever was. Topix needs to give out an award for your kind of crazy crap Jim Bob. Called the Crazy Jim-Boy Award.
Where did you hear this Jim Bob? Faux news or The Blaze? Maybe you heard it from one of your teabagger buddies, or did you think this all up on your own and then await the urge to post it on Topix?
#25 Feb 19, 2013
Ya know. you run your mouth constantly about the "teabaggers". So, since you are so very brilliant, please tell the class exactly how many "teabaggers" there are in the House and Senate??? And remember to include the Democrats that are "teabaggers" as you so lovingly call them. Of course, like your new bff Blue, you can't come up with the "facts" to backup your BS either. You are too lazy to come up with them.
Since: Mar 09
#26 Feb 19, 2013
Good, so just keep blaming others for your own failured!
#27 Feb 19, 2013
lol You are one dumb SOB aren't you? I can't even begin to imagine how dense you would have to be to not know what a teabagger is or how many there are in the House and Senate, or to seethe obstruction they have caused and the cause and effect of how they have for all intents and purposes destroyed the GOP party and bipartisan governance. But that's OK because I've enjoyed watching it happen. The last 4 years has been very rewarding in that regard. Just how dense are you Really? really dense?
#28 Feb 19, 2013
Answer my question Jim-Bob. Tell us how how the sequester was Obama's idea in the first place ...you said it, now show us how that is.
Or if you can't or won't, then how about you any your fat white trash ass and big mouth just go somewhere and die?
#29 Feb 19, 2013
You're very dense but not dense enough to be able to find the names, their party affilation and the state of each and every teabagger in Congress.
Go ahead Really. You can do it. Impress yourself.
#30 Feb 19, 2013
And one more thing Really Dense. It was the teabaggers that got us to where we are today. You can be damn sure on that.
Now go impress yourself and see for yourself what they do, who they are, and where they came from.
#31 Feb 19, 2013
Evidence? You're a crackhead dude.
#32 Feb 19, 2013
You were shown. Impress yourself and read it. if you can't read, have someone else read it to you.
or plain and simple just shut up we're sick of your nonsense.
#34 Feb 19, 2013
Yes evidence. Are you going to say its not? These people didn't say the lies they were called out on, or that Faux news had nothing to do with them saying it? Why is it people like you have a problem with facts? You're another one too dense to see light.
#36 Feb 19, 2013
The caucus chair is Michele Bachmann of Minnesota. Of a total possible 435 Representatives, as of January 6, 2013, the committee has 49 members, all Republicans.
Rodney Alexander, Louisiana
Michele Bachmann, Minnesota, Chair
Joe Barton, Texas
Gus Bilirakis, Florida
Rob Bishop, Utah
Diane Black, Tennessee
Michael C. Burgess, Texas
Paul Broun, Georgia
John Carter, Texas
Bill Cassidy, Louisiana
Howard Coble, North Carolina
Mike Coffman, Colorado
Ander Crenshaw, Florida
John Culberson, Texas
Jeff Duncan, South Carolina
Blake Farenthold, Texas
Stephen Fincher, Tennessee
John Fleming, Louisiana
Trent Franks, Arizona
Phil Gingrey, Georgia
Louie Gohmert, Texas
Vicky Hartzler, Missouri
Tim Huelskamp, Kansas
Lynn Jenkins, Kansas
Steve King, Iowa
Doug Lamborn, Colorado
Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri
Kenny Marchant, Texas
Tom McClintock, California
David McKinley, West Virginia
Gary Miller, California
Mick Mulvaney, South Carolina
Randy Neugebauer, Texas
Rich Nugent, Florida
Steven Palazzo, Mississippi
Steve Pearce, New Mexico
Ted Poe, Texas
Tom Price, Georgia
Phil Roe, Tennessee
Dennis Ross, Florida
Ed Royce, California
Steve Scalise, Louisiana
Pete Sessions, Texas
Adrian Smith, Nebraska
Lamar Smith, Texas
Tim Walberg, Michigan
Lynn Westmoreland, Georgia
Joe Wilson, South Carolina
Members of Senate Caucus
Mike Lee (Utah)
Jerry Moran (Kansas)
Rand Paul (Kentucky)
Tim Scott (South Carolina)
According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the top contributors to the Tea Party caucus members are health professionals, retirees, the real estate industry and oil and gas interests. The Center said the contributions to caucus members from these groups, plus those from Republican and conservative groups, are on average higher than those of House members in general and also those of other Republicans. The average Tea Party caucus member received more than $25,000 from the oil and gas industry, compared to about $13,000 for the average House member and $21,500 for the average House Republican
None in the Democrat Party
#37 Feb 19, 2013
This country is sick of your nonsense. This country is sick of Obama and his lying, commie ass. This country is sick of nipple-suckers like you!
#38 Feb 19, 2013
This country is sick of crazies like you. And this country demonstrated that very well this last time around. Crazies like you are ruining this country.
Now run along.
#39 Feb 19, 2013
You really know what we need pipesmoker? We need to divide this country up in what I call "The Big Divorce". I want to divorce myself from the progressive filth that has ruined this country with its socialist goals. I want to rid myself of the emotionally defunct leftist ideology. I want to have 25 states where I'll never have to worry about people like you nor the treasonous politicians with which you exalt. You may have 25 states in which you will be free to try utopian experiments with the agreement that, if it fails, you will be responsible for your choice and denied access into our 25. I suggest that we do this immediately for we are already divided and may as well start the dealings with land borders and territory. With no conservative living in your states, you'll love what Obama does for you. One stipulation. In the event that one of your socialist states collapses either financially or socially, we reserve the right to annex that state and make it our No.26. In this way, we can show the left the folly of progressiveness and bequeath unto those the gift of reality.
#40 Feb 19, 2013
You know what I'd really like Dr. X. is to send your fat lazy good for nothing carcass packing. Just make sure they'll take you first because if you leave you're not coming back.
#41 Feb 19, 2013
The rest of us have a brain and remember the dems controlled the house and senate from 2006 to 2010, with Obama in charge for 2 of those years.
It takes someone with a small mind such as yourself to propose its someone else fault that Obama is a failure. Nice of you to finally admit he is a failure though.
#42 Feb 19, 2013
You leave traitor. I will personally show you the door.
#43 Feb 20, 2013
I said the same thing when liberals and the media were going nuts and blaming Bush about high fuel prices that didn't last anywhere near as long. I was called all kinds of fun names for that one! Funny how liberals have suddenly found a brain on the president's lack of control over fuel prices when that president is a democrat.
Even you have to admit the hypocrisy on this one.
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