Skip to comments.Woodward's Blokbuster Obama Expose: The Price Of Politics
Posted on 09/09/2012 9:23:12 AM PDT by NOBO2012
I had originally reserved today to recap some of the antics from the lesser acts at last weeks DNC (Democratic National Circus).
Such as Sandy Two Buck Fluke,
Kerry Today there are people trying (to) take away rights that our mothers, grandmothers and great-grandmothers fought for: our right to vote, our right to choose, affordable quality education, equal pay, access to health care...
and Joey fact-check me, I dare you! Biden.
Butt then news about a new soon-to-be-released blockbuster by Bob Woodward came out in the Washington Post:
and there are a lot of juicy tidbits in The Price of Politics
All of which forces me to revisit last years debt crisis.
During yet another budget meeting in which House and Senate leaders were talking with the president about the amount of money they were willing to raise through both taxes and cuts, Cantor told the president that the two sides were moving in opposite directions. Obama did not take Cantors mild taunt lightly and responded, according to Woodward, I promise you, Eric, dont call my bluff on this. It may bring my presidency down, but I will not yield on this. Obama then stood up and strode from the room.
Butt even at the time, everybody thought that Big Guy was bluffing:
Heres an excerpt from BOs private conversation with Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid...
(Excerpt) Read more at michellesmirror.com ...
trillions and still counting is more than anyone can afford for Mr. O’s learning exp..hard to see how they can challenge anyones exp on anything..2 of the most corrupt and immature people to ever hold elected office..looting the nation for 4 years should be enough
I wonder how much influence Sandy Two Buck Fluke’s skit at the convention had on the huge boink Barry is now receiving in the new DOJ inspired “polls”.
The excerpts give me no reason to expect that Woodward will paint Obama as anything other than the “adult in the room.” I don’t know much about Edward Klein’s book, The Amateur, but Woodward would never go along with that angle.
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