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GOP Seen as Principled, But Out of Touch and Too Extreme

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Oh the beauty of politics is found in this sentence right here.

The Republicans are in control of a do nothing Congress that has only had 15 sessions and only one mark up session in 8 weeks. If Obama complains about them not doing poo it just Obama "blaming" Republicans and "accomplishing nothing".

BUT as soon as he signs any executive order, it is "Derp circumventing Congress...derp.. he thinks he is a king... derp"

And the Republican minions eat that poo up.

Not certain the constitution or history means much now, but legislative and executive branch are to work together. If the people see fit to have them from different parties, then negotiation is the key.

Obama cannot sit in a room and accomplish this, he just takes his show on the road. Remember, he had nothing as a resume from which to get elected and it shows now.

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Where is Obama's negotiated deal with the Senate? GOP doesn't have a thing to do with that, and he can't even get that done.

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Woodward will probably show up in a car accident soon. Administration cannot have this.

http://www.businessinsider.com/bob-woodward-obama-sequester-republicans-2013-2

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Oh the beauty of politics is found in this sentence right here.

The Republicans are in control of a do nothing Congress that has only had 15 sessions and only one mark up session in 8 weeks. If Obama complains about them not doing poo it just Obama "blaming" Republicans and "accomplishing nothing".

BUT as soon as he signs any executive order, it is "Derp circumventing Congress...derp.. he thinks he is a king... derp"

And the Republican minions eat that poo up.

The Republican Congress is not doing "nothing". They are keeping Obama from wrecking this economy and country more than he has.

If he had his way, the spending would skyrocket.

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The Republican Congress is not doing "nothing". They are keeping Obama from wrecking this economy and country more than he has.

If he had his way, the spending would skyrocket.

Proof

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SOTU

Everyone heard how his new initiatives would not add a dime to the deficit. Bwaaahahaha...but has Obama shown any plan where he does those things and the cuts made in order to do them?

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Woodward will probably show up in a car accident soon. Administration cannot have this.

http://www.businessi...ublicans-2013-2

"Or George W. Bush saying, 'You know, I'm not going to invade Iraq because I can't get the aircraft carriers I need?'

and trillions of dollars later

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Uh Oh

Woodward not in car accident yet but....Obama team not happy

http://www.businessinsider.com/bob-woodward-obama-sequester-white-house-reporting-price-politics-2013-2

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I got to listen to Woodward speak at a conference a few years ago. He is an interesting and funny guy, and one of the few media members who seems to be somewhat even handed in his take on conservatives and liberals.

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For Philly B

http://www.cnn.com/video/?hpt=hp_bn3#/video/politics/2013/02/27/tsr-intrv-woodward-obama-accusations.cnn

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Maybe now we know why the press is always slobbering over the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Cause if they get out of line, well......

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President Barack Obama enters the latest budget showdown with Congress with his highest job- approval rating in three years and public support for his economic message, while his Republican opponents’ popularity stands at a record low.

Fifty-five percent of Americans approve of Obama’s performance in office, his strongest level of support since September 2009, according to a Bloomberg National poll conducted Feb. 15-18. Only 35 percent of the country has a favorable view of the Republican Party, the lowest rating in a survey that began in September 2009. The party’s brand slipped six percentage points in the last six months, the poll shows.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-02-21/obama-rated-at-3-year-high-in-poll-republicans-at-bottom.html

The majority does not blame Obama for "things not getting done." They blame the Republicans.

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