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The Right's Unwitting Obama Apologists

DaleHogue Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 1:34 PM
The trouble is not the Republican Party, the trouble is that the mainstream media is a part of the Obama Administration and this team is making the rules by how the political game will be played from this point on in American history. It is a great deal like what is happening in American college football coaches who have been convinced that the BCS is operated on behalf of all the football teams and their conferences when the history of that supposedly nonpartisan organization is ripe with evidence that the program is rigged to boost the results in favor of the Southeast Conference! Nobody has the guts to investigate what is going on in politics and what is going on in this football playoff program. If I'm wrong, I apologize to the BCS,
Ms Kelly Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 10:32 PM

I disagree. When speaker John Boehner removed conservative from key committee positions, he was making it very clear that he does not support conservative (or even reasonable) fiscal policy.

The trouble IS the Republicans. I’m not saying every Republican, but the GOP leadership wants big government as usual, and any attempt to convince us otherwise is just smoke and mirrors to placate the base. They are HYPOCRITS and LIARS of monumental proportion.
DaleHogue Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 4:41 PM
You are wrong about the Republicans which means that you want us to believe as you believe. The Hypocrite political party is the Democratic Socialist Party which is filled with liars and Chicago thugs. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
I hate to break it to those deniers who believe that President Obama's tax-guzzling capacity has somehow been diminished by the fiscal cliff provision to fix "permanent" tax rates. You're dreaming.

Several smart columnists and respected conservative editorial pieces tell us that a major silver lining in the crisis deal just concluded is that by agreeing not to reinstitute the Clinton tax rates (and leave the Bush rates in place) for all but the "wealthy" (income of $400,000 for single filers and $450,000 for marrieds), Obama and the Democrats made a major concession. They argue that if Democrats couldn't do better after...