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Barack Obama: Weapon of Mass Distraction

traitorbill Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:49 AM
When Republicans cave on the debt and raise the ceiling, they ought to put a provision in the bill for immediate and drastic cuts in spending if we are downgraded. If they don't have the courage to do what needs to be done, S&P will. This sequistration stuff can work both ways.
traitorbill Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:53 AM
I wonder what kind of threats are being brought to bear against S&P right now by Obama. Perhaps more criminal investigations by the Holder JD? IRS inquiries into their executives affairs? Private detectives?

President Obama's latest news conference was further confirmation that his voracious appetite for spending was not satisfied but whetted by the fiscal cliff deal, which he views as an appetizer.

We were told that the GOP achieved a coup in the fiscal cliff negotiations because they lured Obama into an agreement to lock in the Bush tax rates except for the highest-income earners. Never mind that Obama agreed to no spending cuts or entitlement reform after demanding a "balanced approach" to deficit reduction; they told us he'd be forced to address those matters in a couple of months in the debt ceiling...