Skip to comments.What should the White House do? Panic!
Posted on 09/15/2011 3:05:53 PM PDT by Clintonfatigued
People often ask me what advice I would give the White House about various things. Today I was mulling over election results from New York and Nevada while thinking about that very question. What should the White House do now? One word came to mind: Panic.
We are far past sending out talking points. Do not attempt to dumb it down. We cannot stand any more explanations. Have you talked to any Democratic senators lately? I have. It's pretty damn clear they are not happy campers.
This is what I would say to President Barack Obama: The time has come to demand a plan of action that requires a complete change from the direction you are headed.
I don't know how else to break this down. Simply put:
1. Fire somebody. No -- fire a lot of people. This may be news to you but this is not going well. For precedent, see Russian Army 64th division at Stalingrad. There were enough deaths at Stalingrad to make the entire tea party collectively orgasm.
Obama: America can't 'wait 14 months'
Branson: Obama's timing is off
Obama: If you love me, help pass bill Mr. President, your hinge of fate must turn. Bill Clinton fired many people in 1994 and took a lot of heat for it. Reagan fired most of his campaign staff in 1980. Republicans historically fired their own speaker, Newt Gingrich. Bush fired Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. For God's sake, why are we still looking at the same political and economic advisers that got us into this mess? It's not working.
Furthermore, it's not going to work with the same team, the same strategy and the same excuses. I know economic analysts are smart -- some work 17-hour days. It's time to show them the exit.
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Zero makes me miss Hillary and her flying monkeys.
Here’s a devastating analysis of Carville’s screed:
It is my fervent hope that he's not hired by Fox News Channel. They already have a large stable of D party sycophants.
Hoo, boy! Ol’ serpent-head has done gone and lost it, ain’t he?
“Fire someone -— ANYONE!” Sounds like Clark Griswold’s boss in “Christmas Vacation”: “Get me someone, anyone!”
- James Carville
I can't wait to see this weirdos snake head explode when Obama is defeated by a huge margin on November 6, 2012. For now, he makes good comic relief as he tries to portray any Republican as a 'crazy person'. Really, James? Looked in the mirror lately or listened to yourself? I didn't think so.
Ol’ Golem’s heading for the lifeboat.
The white hut should Quit, every single one of them and move to some other country. Doesn’t matter which one as long as they are Gone!
Resignations would be appropriate considering the corruption that is coming out finally. Since Zero has become a liability for the RATs, I’m sure multiple stored-up, covered-up revelations will be forthcoming 24/7. Then those that covered it up should be charged and sent to prison for life.
Here is a modest suggestion:
I’ll go with Carville’s “0” card.
So Carville wants Obama’s Department of Justice to indict some Wall Street people and make them the scapegoats for the current economic problems? Why not? Not a surprise to hear that kind of reasoning from a Democrat. I just don’t think it would do Obama much good politically.
Nope. He’s positioning himself to be independent and objective. He’s doing it to distance himself from the true wacko libtards while being able to remain one himself. Because like most liberals, he’s bleeds red, but he likes ta get paid.
At least I called for him and his thugs to resign!
That whole piece seems rather incoherent. Except for the part about firing Eric Holder, that is a good idea.
Man, if you can’t even keep the Snake on your side... you got nothin.
I have got to wonder once again, who is going to be Barry’s primary challenger.
James made a SLIGHT miscalculation on that one. /sarc