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    Karl Rove calls Obama a lying sack of sh*t

    Well, because he is:



    [url]http://mrctv.org/videos/karl-rove-slams-obama-hypocrisy[/url]

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    lol

    Karl Rove.

    Little chipmunk cheeked freakazoid looks like he was breastfed until he was 9.


    Jowls. It's a GOP thang, yo....

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    Oh my, Karl Rove. The guy who would eat his own children to win an election. Yeah, that's a credible source. :rolleyes:

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    This guy is a straight shooter! :rolleyes:

    [QUOTE]Karl Rove served as Senior Advisor to President George W. Bush from 2000–2007 and Deputy Chief of Staff from 2004–2007. [/QUOTE]

    [url]http://www.rove.com/bio[/url]

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    Subject title is misleading. All Rove did was rip Obama a new one by stating simple, unavoidable facts.

    And once again facts don't sit well with JI's liberal crew.

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    [QUOTE=sackdance;4063704]Subject title is misleading. All Rove did was rip Obama a new one by stating simple, unavoidable facts.

    And once again facts don't sit well with JI's liberal crew.[/QUOTE]

    List the facts Rove stated would ya........

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    Wow!

    The leader of President Bush’s political campaigns does not like President Obama.

    This should really flush out a thought provoking discussion

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    What's more important is that Barack Obama doesn't know how to get things DONE!

    He doesn't have the instinct to know when and how to close a deal.

    The man has never made the mental transition from 'Present' voting Senator to President of the United States. I don't think he ever will.

    Issues just drag on and on and on and.....:dunno:


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    [QUOTE=sackdance;4063704]Subject title is misleading. All Rove did was rip Obama a new one by stating simple, unavoidable facts.

    And once again facts don't sit well with JI's liberal crew.[/QUOTE]

    Here's a fact. The right wing of the Republican party has pledged themselves into a no tax under any circumstances position that has let the President take the high ground in this debate.

    Instead of having dumb asses like Bachman and Cantor let the President off the hook the Republicans should have come out and said we are willing to get rid of all the tax loopholes and compromise on taxes to both reform the code and bring in a Trillion dollars in new revenue. We would like to see the 3 Trillion in entitlement cuts that the Democrats in Congress and the President will support as part of this grand bargain and we will submit our tax plan to bring in an additional Trillion dollars that we can pass in the House.

    They can't do it because they have boxed themselves in a corner by Conservative groups asking for ideological pledges that have given the President the high ground and put Moderate Republicans in jeopardy for being on the wrong side of Medicare and SS.

    Obama has turned the No Tax Pledge by Republicans into their own destruction in 2012.
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    [QUOTE=Winstonbiggs;4063762]Obama has turned the No Tax Pledge by Republicans into their own destruction in 2012.[/QUOTE]
    Obama did something? That was funny!

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    [QUOTE=sackdance;4063772]Obama did something? That was funny![/QUOTE]

    In the past, the Republican Party operated with more centralized coordination. With the advent of the Tea Party, the Pubs are fractured and in disarray. They can't amass a common position and as a consequence bargaining between the major parties is near impossible. Winston is right. The polarization within the Republican ranks will do serious damage to the party in the next election. The public is not just blaming Obama (who deserves blame, in my opinion, for once again being reactive and lacking a clear plan) but Congress at large. That includes the vaunted Tea Party, which is coming off as a bunch of uneducated rubes who don't have a clue about economics or the ways of Congress.

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    [QUOTE=sackdance;4063772]Obama did something? That was funny![/QUOTE]

    How's your Rove list coming along?

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    [QUOTE=Winstonbiggs;4063762]Here's a fact. The right wing of the Republican party has pledged themselves into a no tax under any circumstances position that has let the President take the high ground in this debate.

    Instead of having dumb asses like Bachman and Cantor let the President off the hook the Republicans should have come out and said we are willing to get rid of all the tax loopholes and compromise on taxes to both reform the code and bring in a Trillion dollars in new revenue. We would like to see the 3 Trillion in entitlement cuts that the Democrats in Congress and the President will support as part of this grand bargain and we will submit our tax plan to bring in an additional Trillion dollars that we can pass in the House.

    They can't do it because they have boxed themselves in a corner by Conservative groups asking for ideological pledges that have given the President the high ground and put Moderate Republicans in jeopardy for being on the wrong side of Medicare and SS.

    Obama has turned the No Tax Pledge by Republicans into their own destruction in 2012.[/QUOTE]

    You might want to read Tom Coburn's plan before you make more commentary. What we have seen in this debate is the Republicans putting plans on the Table. Coburns plan even takes on the Tax Code. It includes 'gasp' revenues through cancellation of absurd tax credits. The Republicans in the house have passed bills calling for 6 trillion in cuts as well as passing the Ryan Budget that cut close to 5 trillion.

    So far the Democrats have done nothing. Not a bill in the senate, not a plan posted on a website. They have done ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. Not a budget passed in the Senate. Nothing! Obama has alienated Republicans with his partisan speeches and personal attacks. He has lowered the office of the President in to a partisan political attack machine. It is shameful.



    I will contrast that with the Democrats

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    [QUOTE=chiefst2000;4063806]You might want to read Tom Coburn's plan before you make more commentary. What we have seen in this debate is the Republicans putting plans on the Table. Coburns plan even takes on the Tax Code. It includes 'gasp' revenues through cancellation of absurd tax credits. The Republicans in the house have passed bills calling for 6 trillion in cuts as well as passing the Ryan Budget that cut close to 5 trillion.

    So far the Democrats have done nothing. Not a bill in the senate, not a plan posted on a website. They have done ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. Not a budget passed in the Senate. Nothing! Obama has alienated Republicans with his partisan speeches and personal attacks. He has lowered the office of the President in to a partisan political attack machine. It is shameful.



    I will contrast that with the Democrats[/QUOTE]

    Coburn's plan is DOA. No Pub will vote for perceived "tax increases".

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    well you better get used to him cause he's sticking around for another 4 years

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    [url]http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/272060/paul-ryan-prepares-robert-costa[/url]


    Ryan, who was elected to Congress in 1998, says Obama is a stark contrast to former president Bill Clinton, who often disagreed with House Republicans but for the most part respectfully engaged with lawmakers. Obama, he says, could learn a couple of things from Clinton, who knew how to negotiate in a divided government. “I was pretty new when Clinton was president,” Ryan says. “But I learned then that presidents serve themselves well when they say the same thing in public as they do in private, dealing with congressional leaders earnestly and honestly.”

    “[Obama] has made it harder to establish trust, which will make it harder to find compromise,” Ryan says. “As much as he wants to come off as a leader, every time he talks about Republicans holding out to save fat-cat corporate-jet loopholes — which he knows is false — or leaks alleged spending cuts to the press, he reduces his leadership. He knows how that damages his credibility up here. Yet he continues to spin.”

    Indeed, in almost every sense, Ryan says, Obama has been “fundamentally un-presidential” throughout the summer, “dragging his feet, failing to address the looming debt crisis — which he knows is coming — because he remains committed to his ideology.”

    “This is, unfortunately, the way he operates,” Ryan says. “This is his pattern of behavior, this is his personality. For the next 18 months, it will probably be like this. It’ll be in-your-face class warfare, with bitter appeals to envy, fear, and anxiety, plus the demonization of the other side’s motives.”

    Ryan, usually a happy warrior on fiscal matters, sounds resigned when asked whether he can help Republicans craft a long-term deal with the president to reduce the debt. Obama, he says, has made such a scenario near impossible. He cites Obama’s remarks to CBS News last week, when he said he could not guarantee Social Security payments, as well as the president’s “very personal” criticism of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor at the White House, as examples of the president’s inability to “discuss these issues in good faith.”

    “Whenever I hear him speak now, I just shake my head and think, there he goes again,” Ryan says. “When it comes to actually governing, leading and fixing fiscal problems, he is not in the game.” He predicts that, with their votes this week, House Republicans will show that they are.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4063809]Coburn's plan is DOA. No Pub will vote for perceived "tax increases".[/QUOTE]

    Republicans will support elimination of ill conceived tax breaks. Democrats however will not support any meaningful cuts. Coburn identified 9 trillion in cutable waste. Democrats so far have put nothing on the table. NOTHING.

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    [QUOTE=bitonti;4063810]well you better get used to him cause he's sticking around for another 4 years[/QUOTE]

    LOL - you should go to this website - realclearpolitics.com
    They do polling there. If the election were held today Obama would lose to Romney in a Reaganesque landslide. States like Pennsylvania and New Jersey would fall.

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    [QUOTE=bitonti;4063810]well you better get used to him cause he's sticking around for another 4 years[/QUOTE]
    Plumber? Sh*t.

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    [QUOTE=chiefst2000;4063806]You might want to read Tom Coburn's plan before you make more commentary. What we have seen in this debate is the Republicans putting plans on the Table. Coburns plan even takes on the Tax Code. It includes 'gasp' revenues through cancellation of absurd tax credits. The Republicans in the house have passed bills calling for 6 trillion in cuts as well as passing the Ryan Budget that cut close to 5 trillion.

    So far the Democrats have done nothing. Not a bill in the senate, not a plan posted on a website. They have done ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. Not a budget passed in the Senate. Nothing! Obama has alienated Republicans with his partisan speeches and personal attacks. He has lowered the office of the President in to a partisan political attack machine. It is shameful.



    I will contrast that with the Democrats[/QUOTE]

    The Senate Republicans aren't the problem, they want a deal desperately they can smell taking over the Senate if the Tea Party members in the House don't f it up. They are boxed in by the pledge, they got to the goal line and outright fumbled the ball.

    When you get hammered with new taxes in the next Congress you can blame the Tea Party who don't have any real stradegy on how to govern.

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