Skip to comments."Fiscal cliff" talks turn sour, Obama threatens veto
Posted on 12/19/2012 2:33:58 PM PST by tobyhill
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Do you have a link to the article. The Dems don’t want to touch SS.
Obama wants to go off the cliff...hurt Americans while blaming Boner/Republicans/tea party in his parrot media.
Since Boner can’t seem to talk...all he can do about it is cry.
We need a new speaker who can fight verbally.
Yeah maybe so. I’m so burnt out on this stuff. I see no possible winning strategy for boehner. Therefore Mr Boehner give the thief what he wants and keep my taxes low. Screw everybody else. It’s every man for himself. :-)
It seems odd that ALL of the republicans in the house lack negotiating skills that are commonly taught in college and business school.
Maybe this is being too cynical, but sometimes it looks like they are all acting out a play for us, so we’ll think we still have a two party system, voting counts, and paying taxes is worthwhile.
Obama wants and needs to crash to get Communism.
Change threatening to wants.
You bubble up from nothing, the dirt, the floor. 0bama’s comment to Joe the Plumber demonstrated his intent all along. He wants serfs, picking through garbage and other mierda for food and begging for alms.
We must kiss 0bama’s ring. The 0ne ring.
Talks to avoid a fiscal crisis appeared to stall because of Republican unreasonableness on Wednesday, as President Barack Obama pointed out, correctly, that Republicans are racist troglodytes and need to be summarily put to death. A top Republican responded in a weak fashion.
As the clock ticks toward a year-end deadline, Obama put out a very reasonable offer that the House of Representatives cede all powers and duties to the White House. Speaker John Boehner called the proposal 'intruiging' but still unexplainably rejected it, causing the deadlock.
Obama said he was puzzled over what was holding up the talks and told Republicans to stop worrying about scoring "a point against the president" or "being a racist bastard" or forcing him into concessions "just for the heck of it." "It is only reasonable that I have all powers and responsibilities of Congress, and it is very hard for them to say yes to me," he told a news conference in the White House. "At some point, you know, they've got to take me out of it.
He is inferring racism when he says, “It is very hard for them to say yes to me,”
He is never going to leave campaign mode because he still looks like the guy who said THEY don’t like me because I don’t look like the guys on the paper money, or some such tripe.
He is playing a dangerous game.