Skip to comments.Obama Bites Tongue as Cruz Confronts Him at White House Meeting
Posted on 10/12/2013 11:32:53 AM PDT by SoConPubbie
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What news were you watching or listening to that said he was in Hawaii? I can’t find anything.
Seriously, you are just having too much fun on this thread :)
True, this clown in the office of Pres acts as if the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are optional.
That’s to be expected from among many other vile things, a Marxist.
Down with Barrycades:
Great stuff, E T R.
Three years ago we were at that very spot.
Well shoot, I coulda had a lot more fun but figured one gif per thread was enough! hehehe
Great (/s). Cruz took the bait. There’s no reason to be invited into the lion’s den except to be used or manipulated. Gee, I wonder what 44/2 is going to do...
Oh, darn. I wish Cruz and Obama had gotten into a debate, no teleprompters or notes allowed. What people would pay to watch that would balance the budget!
Seriously! I’m in!
(This is actually our problem. Our leaders are fake and propped up. We’d do we’ll with a real one, a la George Washington, riding first into battle, and even those with cojones enough to speak the truth, like Reagan)
The senior senators are angry because Cruz “didn’t have a strategy”? He got more traction in one week than they’ve gotten in 3 years. The republican leadership is so INCOMPETENT it’s beyond belief.
There is not doubt that you do not want to debate Ted Cruz, no matter from where you come from..
Someone said that he has been groomed all his life....for now...being a US Senator...but he is so far above everyone else its scary...
He makes people like that idiot Peter King and the likes of John McCain look like they are low information voters.
His quick take down of the Rhode Island senator and Van JOnes was classic.
I am sure... quite sure that Obama didn’t open his mouth or look Cruz in the eye when Cruz spoke to him...
My only regret is that I wish he had the machoness of a REpresentative Duncan...or the boyish good looks of Paul Ryan... or the REagan smile... He still looks a bit too much like an Evangelica preacher...
But then again... I don’t know the man...
DOES ANYONE OUT THERE KNOW ABOUT CREW...AS FAR AS HIS PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES... HIS SPORT...HOBBIES ETC...?
I’VE HEARD ONE SIDE SAY HE SPEAK FLUENT SPANISH... ANOTHER THAT HE DOESN’T SPEAK A WORD.
Please... is there a Ted Cruz historian out there?
God Bless and keep Ronald Reagan. There went a good and decent man. Lord knows I pray this country to be blessed with his leadership again......
Thank you for those wonderful quotations!
Ted Cruz is unquestionably a US Citizen by birth. Obama MAY be, we just don't know. As of NBC status, I understand your position, but that debate seems to have been held and lost. Put it this way; if BHO is Constitutionally qualified (and BHO IS President, too bad for us), the Ted Cruz is also qualified, for sure.
At $49.95 a pop on pay-per-view we probably could balance the budget.
By all indications, he'll probably continue to be the most courageous man in the country til Zero is gone.
If we had just half a dozen more like him on Capitol Hill, the entire left would fold like a wet blanket.
The deep left wouldn't dare touch a hair on Ted Cruz' head. If they did, that act would mobilize the center-right in this country like it was 1861.
It would be the end of them. That's a fight they would not win, and they know it.
News just said Obama is now in Hawaii playing golf.
Some one has their info incorrect if the following is accurate.
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama will meet Senate Democratic leaders at the White House
on Saturday at 3:15 p.m. EDT (1915 GMT) to discuss the fiscal impasse, the White House said.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 (Xinhua) — U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday afternoon is meeting
Democratic senators in a bid to find a fiscal deal as the first U.S. government shutdown
in 17 years drags on into its 12th day and the negotiation between the White House and
House Republicans stalled.
In a hastily arranged meeting, Obama, a Democrat, will meet with Senate Democrats in the
White House to discuss a way out of the fiscal deadlock, the White House said on Saturday.