I used their petition to send my warm regards to Maha Rushdie. Thank God he’s there for us. He truly has become the opposition.
This suddenly discovering fiscal responsibility by Boehner is such an insult. He and the rest of the GOP crapped on us fiscal conservatives for years thinking we had no where else to go. Well he was right, we had no where to go. The country is worse off because of their betrayal of the Reagan Revolution.
posted on 01/27/2009 10:40:56 PM PST
You are wrong about Boehner. He has never taken any pork barrel money in all his years in Congress, but, up until now, he was like a voice crying in the wilderness. I just heard Carl Cameron on Special Report saying that the extent to which the House Republicans are going to oppose this bill is more than might be expected and Boehner deserves a lot of credit for that.
To address the true subject of this thread, Obama is showing both his ignorance and his arrogance by taking on the most articulate spokesman in the Conservative movement - one who will not be swayed by Obama's dulcet tones and is not afraid to oppose "he who is too big to fail".
posted on 01/28/2009 1:48:51 AM PST
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