Skip to comments.Bambi in the Spotlight: Decides not to Decide
Posted on 01/13/2009 7:50:34 AM PST by clyde_m
This article on approving troop increases in Afghanistan gives insight consistent with Bambi's career: Make a decision that leaves every possible option open.
In the past, his voting "present" is matched in number only by his statements that begin with "I was the first to say" or "I've been saying for [insert feel-good number] months" followed by any topic which feeds his a fraction of his base. His history is one of avoiding action on the difficult issues while saying the words people want to hear. His voting record shows very little imagination or defiance against the party line.
(Excerpt) Read more at patriotroom.com ...
He will vote ‘present’ the whole time he is in office.... or worse, he'll let Mr. Ayers or his ‘wife’ make the decision for him.
This clown is an amazing POS... committed ONLY to getting and keeping office... deconstructing this country and getting his mug in all the history books from now till doomsday!
You’re confusing not being able to make a decision with “NUANCE”./sarc
“child in chief”, I like that description.
you get me to thinking, smarty ... bill ayers was in and around a lot of money on that annenberg project. he was underground for years - that’ll teach a person economics. think he’d be a good sec of commerce? just thinking out loud ...
So will a lot of other people who voters would never approve if they knew or had an opportunity to assess.
It's just more of the same old BS that has been pulled by Presidents like Billy Boy whose personal and other professional associations, once finally revealed were horrifying to all of us. Real crud you would not let into your own living room... these were the vermin in the oval office with Billy Boy and his tuna. And it ain't over yet. It will be another carnival of misfits, incompetents and sundry, grasping grifters competing with one another to show their leader how much they ALSO hate America!
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