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Obama to Boehner: "We Don't Have a Spending Problem"

L2Right Wrote: Jan 09, 2013 3:08 PM
Boehner is sadly unfit to be House Leader or a major leader of the GOP. Obama's stupid but self revealing comment was any person's definition of a 'teachable moment' and Boehner is blowing it before our eyes. He's not on the talk shows whether televised or radio, nor is he writing any op- ed pieces to create the public support he needs to stare the spending down. He Never should have been tolerated as leader the first time much less the second.
RHSimard Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 3:18 AM
Hmm...Maybe. Obama is right in his element playing the media with his brand of cheap theatrics. Boehner and McConnell are not cut out of that cloth, which is to their credit as far as character goes.

What we need is someone else to take that part, someone with some flash and flair but dignified and not meretricious, to go on the campaign trail and publicize this stuff - and that's what it is, a campaign trail. Obama has been campaigning since he first ran for office, and hasn't let up since. That's one reason we got our tails kicked twice last year.

The truth hurts, especially when you're coming awfully close to being crowned Captain Six Trillion.  Steve Moore's exclusive sit-down with House Speaker John Boehner reveals that the president is in deep ideological denial, and can get a bit testy when confronted with the facts:
 

What stunned House Speaker John Boehner more than anything else during his prolonged closed-door budget negotiations with Barack Obama was this revelation: "At one point several weeks ago," Mr. Boehner says, "the president said to me, 'We don't have a spending problem.'" The president's insistence that Washington doesn't have...