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Poll: When In Doubt, Blame Republicans

sleroi Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 6:36 PM
Last I checked Republicans hold the house, so Obama should not have been able to sign this into law. The new RNC ad shows Obama vowing to veto the house bills, but where is the video of Boehner excoriating Obama? We've known of this for more than a year and now, at the last minute, were going to play cover our butts. (hey, we passed 2 bills!). Provided that the sequester is as bad as everyone says, (personally I don't think it goes nearly far enough), Boehner's failed leadership is every much to blame ss Obama. He even bragged in his op/ed about helping to form the idiotic super committee that started all of this. And he wants sympathy for passing the cliff bill against his house wishes, resulting in tax increases with no cuts!
Simplecaveman Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 6:43 PM
You're right. Obama is playing Boehner like a piano.
psydoc Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 6:46 PM
DrawTheL1ne Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 6:55 PM
The libs will play the race card like a piano too, blaming Republicans for not supporting him because they just hate a black president

General rule of thumb, guys: No matter what the facts may demonstrate, it's probably Republicans' fault.  According to Pew Research, a plurality (49 percent) of Americans want Congress to delay the automatic spending cuts scheduled to kick in one week from tomorrow.  Forty percent say the cuts should move forward as planned.  If no deal is struck, almost half of those polled are prepared to pin the blame on Congressional Republicans, while less than a third would point the finger at the president:
 


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