Skip to comments.Obama: Asking About My Tax Pledge is a “Washington Game” (At Tax Game, Obama Earns a FAIL)
Posted on 04/27/2010 9:41:29 AM PDT by Andrea19
"... Its important that we not restrict the review or the recommendations that this commission comes up with in any way. Everything has to be on the table. And I just met briefly with the commission and said the same thing to them. Of course this means that all of you, our friends in the media, will ask me and others once a week, or once a day, about what we are willing to rule out or rule in when it comes to the recommendations of the commission. Thats an old Washington game
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It may be a game to you, Zippy, but it’s real money to me.
Accountability is such a quaint expectation.
President Obama makes it clear; he is just one of the establishment.
Unlike George HW Bush’s “Read my lips, no new taxes”, Barack H Obama has intended to raised taxes from day one.
The voters need to kick him out of office on his ass the same way the media told us GHW Bush was ousted.
Of course, the Pravda Media WON’T make it a 2012 campaign issue (or even 2010 issue).
“the Pravda Media WONT make it a 2012 campaign issue”
You shouldn’t slander PRAVDA by compaing them to our media. At least PRAVDA calls Obama a naked marxist, trying to establish a soviet style dictorship in America! Strange times we live in,,,,very strange.
When I use the term “Pravda Media”, I am referring to the days when the Soviets controlled Pravda.
Famous slogan “Pravda means truth... in the Truth there is no news, and in the News there is no truth”
Yes, today’s Pravda is an improvement over the old Soviet paper. Weekly World News’ complete fabrications would be a step up for our stateside manufactured propaganda mills today.
“When I was running for office, I said whatever you people wanted to hear. Now that I’m in office, I’ll do whatever I feel like.”
No - his pledge was a washington game. Accountability is no game as he will find out.
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