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Video: Joe Scarborough Goes Off on Obama's Debt Blame Game

Tippyhedron Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 2:38 PM
Well, every so often Scarborough gets it wrong. Today, however, he is SPOT ON in his recrimination of the GOP and their pantywaisted fawning over an increasingly grotesque NRA. But I digress.....Joe's argument is just plain stupid because the debt-ceiling deal last year in effect was a budget resolution. No easy fete considering the GOP asswholes they are dealing with. And for the record, Republicans failed to pass budget resolutions that reconciled differences between the House and Senate in 1999, 2005 and 2007, when they controlled Congress, according to the Congressional Research Service. Facts. Get acquainted with them, why don't you?
gstephens Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 9:24 PM
There is one topic none of you liberals will ever say or commit to print. What is your plan for dealing the the gigantic debt of this country. The only response I have ever seen is more spending, spending, spending. Tippy..., what is your plan? What is your solution to the problem that portends the economic end of this country? Type it in. Everyone is waiting.
gstephens Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 9:32 PM
What do any of you "Bush-did-it" liberals have to say. How many generations forward do you propose pushing this debt. Are any of you willing to give a plan? You are all just a bunch of baby finger pointers who can't fathom anything beyond a mindless argument. Honestly, with this attitude, you should be in Congress. How well you would fit.
Shieldwolf Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 3:01 PM
Did they ever refuse to tackle finances 4 years in a row? I think not.

Every so often, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough uncorks an epic, cathartic rant against the object of his network's undying affection.  Yesterday was one of those days.  Preach it, Joe:
 


 

"The President of the United States has absolutely no -- is in no position to talk about who's being 'reckless' with the debt.  The real default has come from his lack of leadership on deficits and on debt.  The federal deficit has been more than a trillion dollars all four years that he's been president.  He's...