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Obama: I Wish I Could Impose My Will on Congress

fenren Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 2:12 PM
We need to get rid of the RINO's, Neo-Cons, Talk to and get along with the Constitution and Libertarian Partys, "admit to them" that we were unbelievably-wrong-incorrect, for not supporting-promoting Ron Paul, his political-platform, supporters, Gary Johnson too, alot more often ! Promote-support Tea Party Conservatives; Rand Paul, Steve King, Mike Lee, Mike Pence, Scott Walker, Kris Kobach, Nikki Haley, Marsha Blackburn, Michele Bachman, Susana Martinez, many more ! Say-give the Independent and women voters what they say we need to, to get alot of them back on our side ! Going down this fake-phoney-fraud road of capitulating-compromise with the anti-American Liberals-Democrats-Obama, only further delegitimizes the Repuiblican Party !
rgbadger Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 6:28 PM
Amen! Even immigrants and minorities could support Republicans if they believed better opportunities would be there. That is the real problem. Republicans talk about wealth creators and it immediately turns off every single middle class person. I have worked hard all my life, finally earn close to six figures with an engineering degree and 25+ years of experience - but I don't think of myself as a wealth creator. They need to talk about economic security and opportunity.

During President Obama's first term, he made it clear he wasn't too fond of Congress. Now in his second term, he's giving off the same attitude. During a speech today in Burma, Obama said although he's like to impose his will on Congress, he can't.

“As President, I cannot just impose my will on Congress — the Congress of the United States — even though sometimes I wish I could,” he stated. “The legislative branch has its own powers and its own prerogatives, and so they check my power and balance my power.”

It's fair...