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It's Time To Turn the Tables on this Presidential Bully

gungy Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 1:30 PM
I hate to say it but you and Hannity are so wrong about this. Let's face facts. Republicans have no mandate of any kind. The House lost seats as well as the POTUS election. All you are doing is perpetuating the perception that Republicans are shielding the top 2%--and half of them voted for Obama. Factualy, Warren Buffet's worst nightmare was a Romney limiting tax loopholes and deductions. The "Buffett Rule" was his attempt to get out of paying more taxes. That phone is already suing the IRS to get out of taxes and wants over 300 million back in taxes he already paid. He is pure smoke and mirrors.
gungy Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 1:30 PM
Republicans strategy should be to vote "present" and let the Dems and Obama own it all. They should send a budget up to the Senate maybe but thats it. Until the Democrats destroy the economy the voters will never wake up. Until they wake up we can't rebuild. If they follow the David Limbaugh way, they WILL lose the House in 2014.
gungy Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 1:32 PM
The Obama pravda propaganda machine is just too strong now. Only real life pain will teach the American people that socialism/marxism is not the way.
Oh, and if we lose the House, Democrats will repeal the 22nd Amendment and Obama will get a third term.
RufusTFirefly Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 4:58 PM
Your basing your premise on Obama's policies failing. You may remember Clinton's economy. Obama is trying to return rates to that era and he will leave a stronger economy than Bush did. Bush proved that the GOP can't be trusted with the checkbook, and people have not yet forgotten the mess he made.
Something is very wrong in the world when the most dogmatic and inflexible president in recent memory can make unreasonable demands of his GOP budget opponents and yet be confident they'll be blamed for the impasse.

It is past time Barack Obama be held accountable for his intentionally irresponsible fiscal policies that are guaranteed to take us into national bankruptcy. It is outrageous enough that he is steering us into insolvency, but it is unbearable that he's fraudulently blaming the Republican Party for it to boot.

This is not a close call, and reasonable people, if they understood the facts, would not support...