A significant imbalance of power can be dangerous regardless of perspective. As a well-entrenched independent, I'm not comfortable with extremes of party politics. Speaking strictly about the current state of affairs, I'm becoming more disenchanted with the direction and tone set by our admnistration. On the other hand, Bush's administration led me to have grave misgivings about conservatives. Obama DID inherit a Pandora's box. Republicans took our country into a nose dive. I've wanted to see the Democrats turn it around. No, that hasn't happened. Obama has merely served up a different flavor that leaves the same bad taste.<quoted text>
I'm not saying I agree with it, support it, or condone it. Only that I am glad it isn't just Soros and Obama being allowed to do it alone. He is bad now, imagine how he would be if it was Soros only. That's all I'm saying.
She is/was the one in charge where this went on. She should be going to prison not moving up to oversee the IRS part in ObamaCare. It just shows how arrogant Obama is and how his "anger" over it is nothing but bullshit and more lies.
I may regret saying this but maybe you aren't a Dawg alias. Dawg has proven he is incapable of carrying on a civil discussion without snide cynical comments, mockery, and civility. I hope I'm not wrong on this but I have always been a give the benefit of the doubt type person when given a reason to.
Regarding Ms Ingram, I doubt she will hold her new office long...big mistake. I can't say it's the president's arrogance....he has to make critical decisions. I will say, it looks like a push-back maneuver.
lmao, no I'm not DAWG...I don't agree with everything he believes. But I respect his knowledge and enjoy his swag.