Skip to comments.Governors erupt in partisan dispute at White House
Posted on 02/24/2014 11:43:17 AM PST by Olog-hai
The nations governors emerged from a meeting with President Barack Obama Monday claiming harmony, only to immediately break into an on-camera partisan feud in front of the West Wing.
Louisiana Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal lashed out first, saying if Obama were serious about growing the economy he would approve the Keystone XL pipeline project and take other executive actions. [ ]
Jindals statements were the kind that Republicans often make on television appearances or at partisan events. But his colleagues had been instead expressing wide agreement and appreciation for the presidents time. Some of the governors began shaking their heads, and Hawaii Democratic Gov. Neil Abercrombie began audibly mumbling to others around him even as Jindal was speaking.
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It sounds as if Jindal, for one, was wise enough to
not be taken in by the old Obama-Bamboozle routine.
I am pretty much to the point where I trust no one ... I don’t care which side of the fence they are on. They claim harmony and yet play for the camera so they can fool the voters later.
There may truly be no hope for this dying Republic.
I guess the republican governors aren’t real governors, they are just “partisans” whenever they disagree with Obama.
Maybe they were responding to the “Partisan Presidency”.
>>> and Hawaii Democratic Gov. Neil Abercrombie began audibly mumbling to others around him even as Jindal was speaking. <<<
Is that because he was “coming on” to multiple hits of Windowpane 20-20 LSD that he obviously eats like candy?
We’re certainly a nation in decline, on a sharp downward trajectory for sure. Where do we bottom out is the question.
There’s always hope, but not in flesh-and-blood politicians. Think about Psalm 146:3.
Well, governors, it’s obvious that he isn’t serious about growing the economy and never has been.
What’s more, it’s been obvious for the entire time that he’s serious about destroying our economy as fast as he can.
So really, I can only assume that the governors aren’t serious about our adversarial president, otherwise they wouldn’t be playing this silly game of pretending he is something other that what he obviously is.
Maybe these governors should stop being whores for federal funds.
Good for Governor Jindal for speaking out against president Obama. He speaks good economic sense. The democrat governors who criticized Governor Jindal come across as partisan fools who dont have a clue on how to grow the economy.
Malloy - always the idiot. I wish DC would keep him. What’s one more idiot in Washington!
Nedra, eh? If there was “broad consensus” that Øbama was doing anything right, then it was a ship of fools.