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Obama's Imperiousness Doesn't Have a Permanent Shelf Life

Kevin703 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 6:01 AM
Time to fight fire with fire. Republicans in DC need to simply state the facts and start laying the blame where it's due - at the feet of the democrats. This president is the most economically illiterate, hypocritical, incompetent, duplicitious, dishonest, treacherous, childish person ever to occupy the Oval Office. Republicans need to start speaking up loudly and clearly and call him on every single one of his mistakes, gaffes, and lies. They shouldn't give this doofus an inch. Fight him every single step of the way, pointing out why he's wrong, why his ideas won't work, and what the proper course of action is.
Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 6:27 AM
But Kevin, that would take men of conviction, and I see little of that in congress right now.

President Obama and his liberal cohorts are noticeably puffed up after his re-election and are making their move on a wide array of fronts. The liberals' voracious appetite is incapable of satiety.

Obama's cockiness was on full display during the fiscal cliff negotiations, during which he treated Republicans, the only ones remotely serious about addressing our deficits and debt, as annoying stepchildren he has to endure as a nuisance. Actually listening to their ideas is not on his playlist.

We've also seen Obama's cockiness in his behaving as though he is above the law and doesn't have to answer to Congress,...