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    Jonah Goldberg – There’s Almost No Evidence Obama Wants Compromise with the GOP

    Jonah Goldberg – There’s Almost No Evidence Obama Wants Compromise with the GOP

    Yesterday on FOX News, Jonah Goldberg of National Review pointed out that Obama has no political interest in working with Republicans on a budget.

    Obama has reduced the issue to elementary school taunts by calling the House Republican budget a meanwich and stinkburger.

    Jonah Goldberg hilariously points out in the video below…

    Not since Thomas Jefferson accused John Adams of being a poopie-head have we heard such grade A material from a president.

    Obama’s reluctance to work with Republicans goes all the way back to the beginning of his presidency. Here’s a 2009 flashback from The Wall Street Journal…

    Obama to GOP: ‘I Won’

    The top congressional leaders from both parties gathered at the White House for a working discussion over the shape and size of President Barack Obama’s economic stimulus plan. The meeting was designed to promote bipartisanship.

    But Obama showed that in an ideological debate, he’s not averse to using a jab.

    Challenged by one Republican senator over the contents of the package, the new president, according to participants, replied: “I won.”

    Obama ran on “change” but that’s something he will never ever do.

    A.B. Stoddard of The Hill is also featured in this exchange. Watch it all below.

    Featured image via YouTube.

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    during the ‘shutdown” crap he refused to do the only thing they asked for, gop caved, months later obama did the very thing they had wanted anyways to protect himself.
    he has no need to compromise, the surrender monkeys always surrender so why should he?


     
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    JimMtnViewCaUSA | April 4, 2014 at 8:56 pm

    Another problem: the GOP leadership won’t stand up for the People of the US.
    Got an email from Club for Growth today. The House Repub leadership pushed through the annual “doc-fix” Medicare bill without a roll call vote. Snips from the letter:

    Not only was the bill bad economic policy – but it violated the trust that the Republican conference is supposed to have with the Republican leadership. Sneaking a bill past your own colleagues is downright unconscionable.

    Congressman Tom Massie “GOP staff was on the floor and celebrated as the vote was called.

    “The staff were giddy, almost like they shot off a firework and ran and got away with it,” he said. “It made me feel sick.””

    Another recent example is when House Majority Leader Eric Cantor went around Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling in order to pass a bill to increase taxpayer-backed subsidies for flood insurance.
    And who did Cantor negotiate with instead of Hensarling?
    Liberal California Democrat Maxine Waters…

    what an embarrassment this idiot is. all i can do is shake my head at the thought that this country elected such an incompetent douchebag, twice.


     
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    Estragon | April 5, 2014 at 2:43 am

    Obama was elected twice relying upon black Americans’ pride to turn them out, and it worked.

    If I were black, I would be embarrassed by him now. He’s throwing out schoolyard taunts. He’s taking credit for what will eventually be proven a huge failure. Obama is a joke, a clown. All he excels at is taking vacations and playing golf rounds (number, not quality), both of which he has already set the records for.


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