Skip to comments.Dear Mr. President, No we are not tired of "political pettiness!"
Posted on 02/09/2010 10:36:37 AM PST by Jim RobinsonEdited on 02/09/2010 10:41:45 AM PST by Jim Robinson. [history]
Dear Mr. President,
No we are not tired of "political pettiness!" And no we do not want our representatives working WITH you.
The pettiness you speak of is our representatives standing up against YOU and your filthy Marxist agenda and FOR our constitution and our God-given unalienable rights!!
You're still an idiot.
He has his own show now...24/7, apparently.
You’re still and idiot. = You’re still an idiot.
Yes you are.
Don’t try to deny it.
There is nothing petty about what is at stake with Nilbama at the helm.
Aaaaaa ..... Yeah We Do!
The Democrat Media is framing this as the GOP blocking bi-partisanship. The GOP is the MINORITY, they have no real power.
Our own Hugo Chavez, pretty soon he’ll demand every channel air his speeches and then he’ll demand everyone be forced to watch.
And will use it with your permission...
if teh democrats do it, it’s patriotic engagement, if the republicans do it, it’s political pettiness.
So are we.
I’m so glad that I don’t have TV. I’ve never had to listen to him.
Yeah but he forgets that with his green energey polices we will have no electricity to run TV’s so we can be forced to watch.
LOL, and an arrogant idiot at that. I love the endless condescending lectures. Like the liberal professor telling the conservative kids “You don’t understand! It’s very complicated”
The latest talking point of the left seems to be that there ‘isn’t enough debate and discussion, only partisan bickering and we want pettiness to end’ blah blah blah ad nauseum. The ‘Republicans are the party of no’ mantra is being kicked up a few notches and they are trying to paint us as petty obstructionists. Obama says all the time he ‘wants to move forward’ and ‘We can’t afford to do nothing.’ Republicans and Conservatives must articulate clear alternatives to what Obama is proposing. He claims to seek ‘Common Ground’ but this upcoming Health Care Summit is just a trap in which Obama will be allowed by the media to grandstand and make Republicans and Conservatives look bad. It will be nothing but choreographed and rehearsed political theater. Obama will make no compromises and only give the appearance of being ‘reasonable.’ to the public. No ‘progress’ or ‘compromise’ will be made. It will be used to maximize political effect for Obowmao and Democrats.
Granted, Obama is spending $4,500,000,000 of our children's money more than he's bringing in over the next three years, and he's doing it to pay off democrat interest groups.
And his power grab with socialized medicine did make a substantial majority of the population angry enough that a democrat lost for US Senator from Massachusetts, but Obama still wants to go ahead with it because he knows better than the little people.
And his idea of protecting us from terrorists is to stop the interrogation of a terrorist who is talking (the Christmas Day Panty-Bomber), so he can be read the Miranda rights that US citizens would have but that the terrorist is not entitled to.
Still, complaining is petty. As a great teleprompter reader once said: "Shut up; I won." We're supposed to sit back and obey. Wherever did we get the notion that dissent is patriotic?
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