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Laughing Out Loud at Obama

Jeronimo2 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 11:42 AM
What I'd like to know is, why we don't have folks like Charles Payne in our Congress doing work for the people and have the common sense to look at government with a level headed way in which to do things right? Not saying Charles you're in the wrong business, just saying we could really need you and your kind running this country.
daddy422 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 6:14 PM
Not only that,but he's to smart to play that kind of blood sport.Who the he!! wants to get drug through the mud for no reason? I sure as he!! wouldn't.I can't believe Obama's coming out swinging with
the same game plan as he did the first time around! Switch stimulus with $1.6 t of taxes,& that's just on the rich.It doesn't include the ACA,the Carbon "credit" err tax that will hit like a ton of bricks.Then
the $50b stim that will somehow turn into $500b for more "green" jobs that will never materialise.
Then why have czars when i,Mr.Obama should just have the checkbook so you guys in the Congress
won't have to fret over the debt ceiling,spending or law making after Harry changes the Senate rules
to a simple majority.Shweet.
June56 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 4:08 PM
el Dudley Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 12:40 PM
Because guys like Charles aren't screwing the taxpayers over talking of higher taxes to buy off idiot leeching voters.

I think it may have been Thomas Jefferson who said that when over half of the electorate realizes they can vote themselves someone else's wealth, they refuse to work any longer.
I read that Senator Mitch McConnell burst into laughter upon hearing Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner lay out President Obama's "Fiscal Cliff" plan. Here's the rub:

> $1.6 trillion in revenue
> $50.0 billion stimulus
> $400.0 billion in Medicare cuts

Unlike Susan Rice, who was sent in to fall on the administration's sword during the Benghazi cover up, Geithner isn't looking for his next government job. It makes him the perfect foil. He can actually go in with a straight face with a proposal so absurd that an old reserved guy like McConnell doubles over in hysterical disbelief. Some say this is how you begin...
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