Skip to comments.NYTimes Reporter: 'They Are So Much Cockier Now at the White House'
Posted on 12/09/2012 8:21:46 AM PST by Sub-Driver
NYTimes Reporter: 'They Are So Much Cockier Now at the White House' Daniel Halper December 9, 2012 10:49 AM
New York Times reporter Helene Cooper explained on Meet the Press that the White House is now "cockier":
"I think when you talk about the feeling at the White House, there's a palpable difference now compared to 2011, the summer of 2011," said Cooper. "They are so much cockier right now at the White House than they were a year and a half ago when they were doing this. They really believe they have set out--you come to us, we're not going to negotiate against ourselves. We're not going to like put -- keep putting out more proposals. I mean, remember the summer of 2011, when President Obama was perceived, and they believed at the White House, that he kept making concession after concession and didn't get anywhere? They are definitely not doing that now."
Care to list these concessions? I don't recall a darn one of 'em. A reputable reporter might think about that kind of information... but sadly, this is a journalism major. They don't "do" that kind of reporting anymore.
WASS. We are so .....
Their fall will be a hard on*e* that will last for years.
That darn e LOL
Pride cometh before the (down)fall. Reminds me a lot of the Nixon Administration. Patience....
I don't think so. Nixon was assaulted by the media. In 2012 the media is an integral part of the Democrat machine. If you compare the media coverage of Abu Graib vs Benghazi, you can see that Baraq and Co. can get away with anything they want.
While I've never really hated anyone, I join with the many who see this "president" as someone who is arrogantly determined to legally change this great nation into a European-style country, or maybe, a 3rd world country.
How can he be stopped?
Me thinks history will not treat the Obama Years kindly.
It was all set up for him on a tee by previous generations who squandered their birthright through sloth and feminine sentimentality.