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Following 'Glorious Leader' Over Cliff

hiimterry Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 9:51 AM
I think you have it all wrong. The Democrats are positioned to blame any ill effects on the Republicans. If they walk away and a second recession hits then the Democrats will blame the Republicans and say they did it just to protect the rich. The media will give them cover and the Republicans will go further into irrelevancy. The Republicans need to anounce everything that they believe needs to be done to help the economy and then step aside and let the Democrats have everything that they want. Let the Democrats own the results in a way that they cannot deflect. Only when they own the damage can we hope to start moving back in the RIGHT direction.
jdahlberg353 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 10:08 AM
Sounds good, but the spin will always blame the Republicans. What ever the Republicans suggest it will be spin to help the rich only. Remember that 50% of the people are convinced that anything the republicans do is only for the top 2%, and throw the lower 50% over the cliff.

Well here we are again; same story, different day.  Here is another crisis that our glorious leader and illustrious Congress have brought us to.  Isn’t it predictable that nothing ever gets done in Washington until the eleventh hour and then it is hastily put together and doesn’t really solve anything anyway?

This fiscal cliff nonsense is just the latest chapter where Congress and the President try to make themselves look relevant.  Predictably this is all being blown out of proportion by the media and now that we are only 30 days and counting from a “so-called” disaster,...