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Poll: When In Doubt, Blame Republicans

Chris2189 Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 4:57 PM
Well, let's look at the GOP's messaging so far on this..... Yes, the sequester is bad and it will cause economic damage but it's the only way Washington might cut spending so we're going to go ahead and push for it, but it was Obama's idea. That's a losing message. End of story.
Buck O Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 5:00 PM
Feel free to watch these videos, 'tard.
Chris2189 Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 5:04 PM
Yep, that's a pretty decent message. Too bad nobody sees that but everyone sees the Op-ed that Boehner put out there agreeing that the sequester was bad, but we need to go ahead with it. Kinda just proving my point.
Buck O Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 5:07 PM
Whatever. No one said Boehner was the sharpest tool in the shed.
Dave M Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 5:23 PM
Please stop insulting the dull tools!!
Boehner might be a able to aharpen his wits if he ever actually USED them.
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 5:54 PM
I have no faith at all in Boehner. He lost me with his first cave in to The Stain.

I seriously doubt that he can be saved.

General rule of thumb, guys: No matter what the facts may demonstrate, it's probably Republicans' fault.  According to Pew Research, a plurality (49 percent) of Americans want Congress to delay the automatic spending cuts scheduled to kick in one week from tomorrow.  Forty percent say the cuts should move forward as planned.  If no deal is struck, almost half of those polled are prepared to pin the blame on Congressional Republicans, while less than a third would point the finger at the president:

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