The Left is in a hypocritical snit over the reasons why we elected Republicans to the House majority during the mid-term elections. They really have their panties in a wad because the GOP will not budge against Obama’s attempt to increase taxes and the debt ceiling.
Undeterred by his own disastrous fuckups, THE ONE still insists on raising the debt ceiling, which would only give him the opportunity to spend more money we don’t have.
The talks broke down yesterday when Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) confronted Obama over his economic train wreck. Obama walked out in a huff:
“Eric, don’t call my bluff,” the president said, warning Cantor that he would take his case “to the American people.”
……Cantor, for his part, delivered the blow-by-blue of his interaction with Obama to a gaggle of Capitol Hill reporters in the Speaker’s Lobby, where lawmakers typically mingle with reporters during votes. It wasn’t through aides — it was Cantor taking on the president, directly.
Stick to your guns, Republicans. We want fiscal responsibility for a change, not out-of-control tax and spend orgies to pay for Obama’s socialist pet projects.
“I need you to go out and talk to your friends and talk to your neighbors. I want you to talk to them whether they are independent or whether they are Republican. I want you to argue with them and get in their face.“
We’re getting in Obama’s face, for a change. THE ONE doesn’t like having his policies questioned.
He turns into Mr. Pouty.
This scatterbrained narcissist still doesn’t get it. He brought his case in the form of ObamaCare and other tyrannical unconstitutional socialist policies, and we’ve already told him where to stick it.