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Oh My: McConnell Laughed Out Loud When Geithner Discussed Obama’s Plan

CaptNed Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 12:12 AM
Crawl back under the covers and shiver then. Fear can be debilitating. But just for perspective. So far Obama hasn't started any wars, added 5 trillion dollars to the debt, let 3000 innocent people die in the US on his watch, tried to justify torture...and the hit just keep on coming.
Shawn72 Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 12:44 AM
no you fucktardedasshat... obama just let the entire middle east burn under the flame of islamic fundementalism, is letting iran build a nuclear bomb to strike israel or us with, botched security at an overseas consulate in libya where four of our diplomats or 4 'bumps in the road' in obamaspeak, died via torture, oh and btw muttonhead i dont hear anything from any of the libtard talkin heads about that WAR still going on in AFGHANISTAN you gd ignoramous where Americans are dying every day... ! And as far as mr present and the deficit is concerned... hawaii... 4 million, 4 weeks... ? really... ? why is he not working to solve our nations problems... ? that is what he said he would do... where is he then... ? on vacation/frkn empy suit...
scrow Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 12:30 AM
He hasn't had to start any wars: he's kept the existing ones going quiet nicely.

He doesn't try to justify torture: he just keeps open places like Guantanamo where where we were told torture occurred. He also renewed the Patriot Act, and speeded up drone strikes.

The debt increased by $5 trillion since Obama took office.

I'm not aware of any president "letting" 3000 innocent people die. President Obama did let four people die in Benghazi, by any definition of "let" that you prefer.

Negotiations can’t be going too well if the Senate Minority leader is openly scoffing at President Obama’s “bipartisan” plan to solve the looming “fiscal cliff” crisis. Yikes:

Mitch McConnell, the Senate Republican leader, says he “burst into laughter” Thursday when Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner outlined the administration proposal for averting the fiscal cliff. He wasn’t trying to embarrass Geithner, McConnell says, only responding candidly to his one-sided plan, explicit on tax increases, vague on spending cuts.

Geithner’s visit to his office left McConnell discouraged about reaching a “balanced” deal on tax hikes and spending reductions designed to prevent...