White House under siege by reality
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SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#22 Mar 3, 2013
GOP wrote:
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Obama doesn't want a two-party system and he's made it plain he wants to be a dictator and isn't willing to work with the Congress on anything.
His big problem is spending money he doesn't have and we've had two credit downgrades already. You should be thankful the Republicans are trying to help salvage the country for us.
Obama has always had everything handed to him and he is acting like the spoiled child that he is. Instead of working with the Congress to accomplish anything he just flys around the country whining and pitching a fit because he isn't getting his way.
He needs to grow up and do the right thing for the country by working on solutions with the other leaders we have sent to DC instead of trying to dictate to them.
Was it not Congress that made a pack on Nov 2 2008 that they would never agree with anything Obama wanted? Isn't that a fact good ole' boy? Isn't that a fact. Isn't it a fact that your Congress stated in the onset that their goal would be to oust Obama. Fact is, good ole' boy, your Congress has failed at everything. Their little tricks didn't work...and they won't work. We've got a Leader stronger than all of them put together and now, isn't that just a shame, good ole' boy? You've failed and failed and failed and you keep failing.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#23 Mar 3, 2013
GOP wrote:
Most presidents come with thin skins, and Mr. Obama’s skin is only thinner than most. He seems to take his authority as messiah as seriously as the members of the cult do. The reporters and correspondents who trail obediently in his wake are mostly too young to remember JFK, but they yearn for the restoration of Camelot, even a cheap cut-rate copy of the original.
Unless he can make the earth move, the Mississippi run backwards and call down thunderbolts from a darkling sky, the president will be exposed over the next few days, weeks and maybe months as the president who cried “wolf”— and the wolf stayed home. It should be a good show. The rest of us are entitled to enjoy it. We’re paying for it.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/...
It's about time you're paying for something. You .....never have.
GOP

Morehead, KY

#24 Mar 3, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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It's about time you're paying for something. You .....never have.
Obama has already been exposed. The sequester was his brain child and he can't change that fact. Neither can he change the fact that he lied about it and tried to blame it on republicans.
Has your teacher daughter lost her job yet as Obama predicted? Just wondering.
Ralph

London, KY

#25 Mar 3, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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It's about time you're paying for something. You .....never have.
How's that debt coming along? Sequester anyone. Looks like Zulu is a fading flower. Then the mental idgit threatens Bob Woodward.

Stay on the ship. The orchestra wouldn't be playing if there were danger. Of course your feet are wet. blub blub
Ralph

London, KY

#26 Mar 3, 2013
GOP wrote:
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Obama has already been exposed. The sequester was his brain child and he can't change that fact. Neither can he change the fact that he lied about it and tried to blame it on republicans.
Has your teacher daughter lost her job yet as Obama predicted? Just wondering.
Minorities will be the last ones fired. Oh, you didn't know that about her? Coalburning mudhen.
GOP

Morehead, KY

#27 Mar 3, 2013
Capitol official: Obama wrong about janitors
By: Kate Nocera
March 1, 2013 07:45 PM EST

The Superintendent of Capitol tried to assure staff on Friday that employees will not receive a cut in pay as a result of sequestration, despite President Barack Obama’s claims to the contrary.

In a news conference earlier in the day, Obama warned that starting on Saturday “the folks who are cleaning the floors at the Capitol” and “the janitors, the security guards” would face a pay cut. But in a letter to supervisors and building staff, obtained by POLITICO, superintendent Carlos Elias said “the current sequestration plan does NOT include ‘Reductions in Force’ or Furloughs. The pay and benefits of employees WILL NOT be impacted as per out current plan.”

(Also on POLITICO: White House stuck on next sequester step)

Referring to the president as a “high ranking official,” Elias was adamant that staff wouldn’t see smaller paychecks and to not listen to media reports.

He wrote:“There was a specific mention in the news today by a high ranking official that said ‘The employees that clean and maintain the US Capitol will receive a cut in pay’(not a specific quote but close to it). This is NOT true. Therefore, I request that you please notify all our employees about the importance of ignoring media reports.”

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/03/sequest...
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See how his own people are having to acknowledge the fact that he lied about an apocalypse.
GOP

Morehead, KY

#28 Mar 3, 2013
Ralph wrote:
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Minorities will be the last ones fired. Oh, you didn't know that about her? Coalburning mudhen.
Now that you mention it, her posts do remind me of Maxine Waters and Obama.
hehe

London, KY

#29 Mar 4, 2013
GOP wrote:
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Obama has already been exposed. The sequester was his brain child and he can't change that fact. Neither can he change the fact that he lied about it and tried to blame it on republicans.
Has your teacher daughter lost her job yet as Obama predicted? Just wondering.
Yep, it was Obama's brainchild all right, designed to get the Republicans off their ass. Didn't work, The Republicans haven't accomplished a thing in almost 1000 days.

ergo---
the sequester and all it's aftermath are the Republicans fault
ask anyone - 51% of the American people agree
while a mire 31% of the "dwindling" conservative vote blame the President

hehe
GOP

Morehead, KY

#30 Mar 4, 2013
hehe wrote:
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Yep, it was Obama's brainchild all right, designed to get the Republicans off their ass. Didn't work, The Republicans haven't accomplished a thing in almost 1000 days.
ergo---
the sequester and all it's aftermath are the Republicans fault
ask anyone - 51% of the American people agree
while a mire 31% of the "dwindling" conservative vote blame the President
hehe
Here's what the Liberal Washington Post had to say. They gave Obama 4 Pinocchios for lying about whose idea the sequester was and who brought it to the negotiating table.

“After reviewing all the interviews and the extensive material I have on this issue, it looks like President Obama told a whopper,” Woodward said.“Based on what Jack Lew said in Florida today, I have asked the White House to correct the record.”

We had been wavering between Three and Four Pinocchios. But in light’s of Lew’s decision to doubledown on Obama’s claim, we agree it’s a whopper.

Four Pinocchios
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-chec...

Since: Sep 09

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#31 Mar 4, 2013
GOP wrote:
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Here's what the Liberal Washington Post had to say. They gave Obama 4 Pinocchios for lying about whose idea the sequester was and who brought it to the negotiating table.
“After reviewing all the interviews and the extensive material I have on this issue, it looks like President Obama told a whopper,” Woodward said.“Based on what Jack Lew said in Florida today, I have asked the White House to correct the record.”
We had been wavering between Three and Four Pinocchios. But in light’s of Lew’s decision to doubledown on Obama’s claim, we agree it’s a whopper.
Four Pinocchios
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-chec...
What else could be done at this point? It was a consequence forced by the Republican Party's obstructionism.

Since: Sep 09

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#32 Mar 4, 2013
"For the next two years, we can’t let you (Obama/Biden) succeed in anything. That’s our ticket to coming back."
-- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (Republican)

If anyone doesn't believe the sequester is more of the same of what the Republican leadership has been doing for two years. They admit to it.

“I think Friday will be an important day that shows we’re finally willing to stand and fight for conservative principles and force Washington to start living within its means. And that will be a big victory.”
-- Steve Scalise, Republican Louisiana Representative and chairman of the conservative Republican Study Committee

Catch the 'we are' and 'force Washington' part? Kinda contradicts the claim that it's President Obama's doing. Again, just look at the Republican Party's deliberate obstructionism over the last two years.

Another important repeat of what has been occurring. Note that the sequester and cuts from it will affect lower middle-class and low-income families the most, and not the rich. And the Republicans think that's a big victory? After all, it's only the '47 percent' and people like the elderly who will suffer, right?
GOP

Morehead, KY

#33 Mar 4, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
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What else could be done at this point? It was a consequence forced by the Republican Party's obstructionism.
A consequence???? No it was a negotiating offer that Obama brought to the table in 2011. Nobody forced him.
the stupid party

London, KY

#34 Mar 4, 2013
The repuds trashing their own future elections.
HelpMe Gov

London, KY

#35 Mar 4, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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Was it not Congress that made a pack on Nov 2 2008 that they would never agree with anything Obama wanted? Isn't that a fact good ole' boy? Isn't that a fact. Isn't it a fact that your Congress stated in the onset that their goal would be to oust Obama. Fact is, good ole' boy, your Congress has failed at everything. Their little tricks didn't work...and they won't work. We've got a Leader stronger than all of them put together and now, isn't that just a shame, good ole' boy? You've failed and failed and failed and you keep failing.
Even the dumbest republican in congress knows what a "pact" is and how they differ from a "pack."
GOP

Morehead, KY

#36 Mar 4, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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Was it not Congress that made a pack on Nov 2 2008 that they would never agree with anything Obama wanted? Isn't that a fact good ole' boy? Isn't that a fact. Isn't it a fact that your Congress stated in the onset that their goal would be to oust Obama. Fact is, good ole' boy, your Congress has failed at everything. Their little tricks didn't work...and they won't work. We've got a Leader stronger than all of them put together and now, isn't that just a shame, good ole' boy? You've failed and failed and failed and you keep failing.
That's a "pack" of lies---you never deal with facts.

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