Skip to comments.Huffpo: “Obama Caved So Fast It Scared The Bats!”
Posted on 12/06/2010 11:54:05 PM PST by Mongeaux
It's schadenfreude time! Tonight, The Huffington Post comment section is awash with 2,000 (and growing) yummy, yummy tears. The Moonbats are beside themselves at the news Obama will allow a two year extension of the current tax rates in exchange for GOP support for an additional 13 months unenjoyment extension. A small but tasty sampling of anguish...
UPDATE: Looks like comments are locked at 2,182 and theyre only letting you read the first 50, now. But that will give you the gist.
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Bloody Awesome !!! Thanks for the post !
Obama has decided he wants to go for a second term. He knows that if he lifts up his heavy foot, the economy will come back and unemployment will drop below 8 percent.
Yep, we have to work hard to see that never happens.
“Too bad we can’t recall him”
Pain is good.
Ariana Huffington is a Moderate. She should be pleased with the bi-partisan approach and not let the polarizing extremist be in control.
Has anyone checked the KOS Kids? I’d look, but I have already had my shower.
Both sides are freaked that they each should have gotten more.
I thought maybe 27 months to 3 years, just to get past the next lame duck.
But this ought to work - especially if it is “funded” by massively de-funding other stuff over the next two years.
“He knows that if he lifts up his heavy foot, the economy will come back and unemployment will drop below 8 percent.”
Actually, simply not extending unemployment insurance benefits would dramatically lower the unemployment rate.
The official rate, that is, which is the one the msm quotes.
So he seems to be, as usual, clueless.
I found this quote from one of the HuffPo posters - Zwartz, to be specific - interesting:
“The problem is Obama, not the GOP. He has consistently shown himself to be weak. Dick Morris said long before the election that Obama was weak and would not fight for anything”
I obviously have a different view on extending the tax cuts than the HuffPo poster, but I do agree with him on Obama being weak. I’ve posted before that I believe Obama is too soft and too-easily rattled to be a strong leader. I’ve felt that way ever since Stephanopolous had him against the ropes in a Democratic primary debate. I’ve yet to see anything that would change my opinion, and more than few incidents to reinforce it - “lipstick on a pig”, comes to mind.
Yes, it is odd that all their comments about Obama seem to dovetail nicely with the views of conservatives. Eerie, really.
Ariana Huffington is a Greek Communist who infiltrated the Republican Party by way of her homosexual faux conservative husband. As soon as he was outed he reverted to his Socialist/Democrat Party. So did she.
So if he had reduced taxes by an equal amount at the start of his term in '09 the typical American family would see their taxes go DOWN by $3,000 that year and it could result in well over a million jobs SAVED.
Not to mention another million or more jobs saved in 2010
This just boggles the mind...has his teleprompter been hacked?
Does he know waht he just said?
While giving the Medal of Honour to an American hero
the good news is that obambi can now multitask (chew gum and walk at the same time for those in Rio Linda)
The Moonbats are in a funk.
One of the looney tunes at the Huffpo site is pushing his new blog and says:
“I would like to start a dialog and invite all commers to participate. “
I think that’s a typo. I think he wants to invite all COMMIES...
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