Skip to comments.Obama looks to set tone with post-election press conference
Posted on 11/02/2010 2:43:22 PM PDT by Nachum
President Obama will hold a press conference Wednesday to offer his response to the mid-term election. The news conference, announced Tuesday morning, shows the White House does not intend for the dust to settle from Tuesday's midterms before trying to define the narrative for the next Congress. Polls show Democrats face an avalanche of losses, with Republicans poised to take back the House and make significant gains in the Senate. Obama will speak to the press early Wednesday afternoon. Before taking questions, Obama is likely to offer an opening statement calling for Republicans
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O'Bozo... the narrative is 'We The People!' You need to sit down and STFU!!!
He couldn’t set the tone on his Blackberry.
He will talk for ten minutes and then hope the plane out of the country.....I cannot believe how much this trip is going to cost the tax payers. I am all for Presidents doing what they must whether in country or not but dang it....the amount of folks going is unbelievable......and I still can’t figure out why!!!!!
Obama has already declared war on incoming Republicans. Will he now pretend like he didn’t? When will Democrats realize that words have meanings and people remember? When will we have a president that will stand by his words?
How about simply making a statement that he will work hard to find ways to work with the new Congress? Would that touch of grace really be that difficult?
Didn’t he make some weird azz statement after the Brown victory, saying it was a vote for him or something?
He’ll come out and spin the entire thing. You watch.
hopefully, the narrative will be
“Dear Mr. President. WE WON!”
He has been so damn nasty so far how in the world can he turn it around?
Another hummer for Chrissie Mathews?
Right.....let me see if I understand this. The message is going to be that for the good of the Country, the Republicans need to work with Premier Hussein.
That does not portend well for the months ahead, and it ought to dispel any remaining notions that anyone has that this (P)resident is going to pivot to the middle like Clinton did, and that he thinks he is ready to go bare knuckles against the whole Country.
What if he had a press conference and no one came?
I can hear his opening statement now:
We have the results of this election and I am happy to see the revolution that I led is still continuing. The people of this country want change and I am happy to have been at the fore front of that movement. I have pushed through health care, cap and trade, reduced our nuclear stockpile, and these are just the beginning to what I know I can accomplish if we work together. I challenge the republicans to join me in my endeavor to make this nation blah blah blah interspaced with more I’s. By the time he finishes with his statement, there will be about five minutes for questions from reporters who have been prompted what to ask.
What Obama says after the elections needs to be contrasted with what the heck he has been saying. Do you realize he never spoke to republican leadership since taking office for over a year? That is stunning tyrannical intended agenda setting right there. How dare he and the leftist media pretend interest in bipartisanship now. Go fish.
Spending $200 million a day for his trip to India has already set the tone. He’s sucking off the American taxpayers like the wannabe dictator that he is.
second when = win
Spending millions a day for his trip to India has already set the tone. He’s sucking off the American taxpayers like the wannabe dictator that he is.
FUBO. He’ll call for “bipartisanship”, which is a code word for Republicans rolling over. It’s Lucy pulling away the football from Charlie Brown every single time.
What is going to be nauseating is that the MSM is going to lavish praise on Obama’s call for “working together” when everyone knows he doesn’t have a single bone in his body that is willing to work with those to his political right. He’s a proto-Marxist and that sure as heck isn’t going to change tomorrow.
I’m betting the word “ignorance” will be used in some way to reference voters tomorrow. The Obamination will meet any losses with fury. How DARE we voters attempt to thwart his plans?
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