Skip to comments.Time to lead from behind--- vanity
Posted on 11/10/2012 5:54:08 AM PST by truthandlogic
We need to make Barackoclause take responsibility for this failing economy. The fiscal cliff is a trap, the can has been kicked down the road too long. Dems are trying to hang the next recession on the house majority, they will succeed. Majority of voters still call this the Bush economy. Barackoclause has managed to avoid most negative aspects of his failed policies by blaming Bush. It is time for Obama to lead and take responsibility for all the failed policies that I know will not work. How can we hang this on him (is that racist?). House republicans should abstain from voting or participating on any action to avert tax hikes due Jan 1. Let the smart all knowing, we won, dems in Washington solve this without bipartisan support. Just once I would like to hear something like this come out of the house: House majority does not agree with the Presidents proposals and it is clear that no bipartisan solution will pass both house and senate without significant debate and compromise. His plan will slow growth and not help the nations economy. Our plan will ensure American growth and solve the debt problem. The President has made it clear that he won the election and most Americans agree with his policies (his words). So in spirit of good will house Republicans will not vote or put forth a bill, instead we will let our fellow Democrats take the lead, (we will lead from behind). How can we make him take responsibility for failed policies when he uses Republicans to advance his own agenda and hold the fiscal cliff over the house majority.
He sees you when your’e sleeping, he knows when you’re awake, he knows when you’ve been bad or good, so vote Dem for goodness’ sake!
Baracka Claus is coming to blame.
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