It’s pretty amazing the lowdown approach we’re seeing more and more of these days in our policitians. Things like Congressperson Maxine Watts saying that the sequestor would mean
‘170 Million Jobs’ Lost – which is pretty outlandish and would mean over laf the US would be without work. In fact on
and other beauts you can find @
Now President Obama comes out with an amazingly superficial if not sexist comment – especially coming from a President of the U.S. – to Kamilla Harris of California at a fundraiser party, telling her that she’s “by far the best-looking attorney general in the country.”
President Obama said Friday, March 1, 2013, while defending his efforts to stop the sequester. “I’m the president.”
Obama said there are limits to what he can do to get a deal on the sequester during a press conference in which he blamed Republicans for standing in the way of a deal….
Nixon: “I am Not a Crook” (from HISTORY channel)
Forty years ago, On November 17, 1973, President Nixon gave a nationally televised and broadcast press conference in which he denied his involvement in the Watergate cover-up and stated that he had never profited from his public service. In the speech he made the now infamous reference , ‘I am not a crook.’
Now, 40 years later, March 1, 2013, President Obama, according to ‘TheHill.com;… was responding to a question about why he hadn’t locked the leaders into a room to get a deal. “So ultimately if Mitch McConnell or John Boehner say, ‘I have to catch a plane,’ I can’t have Secret Service block the doorway,” he said.
Obama met briefly with Republican leaders Sen. McConnell (Ky.) and Speaker Boehner (Ohio) before the press conference. He has been criticized by Republicans for not doing more to try to reach a deal. GOP leaders say he has been more interested in blaming Republicans for the $85 billion in automatic cuts set to be triggered on Friday than in crafting a deal.
But Obama on Friday characterized himself as the reasonable party in the talks and someone who couldn’t force Republicans to make a deal.
“I know that this has been some of the conventional wisdom that’s been floating around Washington that even though most people agree that I’m being reasonable, that most people agree that I’m presenting a fair deal, the fact that they don’t take it means that I should somehow do a Jedi mind-meld and convince them” to agree on a deal, Obama said.
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OBAMA: ‘I Am Not A Dictator’ – Said 40 Years After Nixon’s ‘Crook’
What better way to start off Road To Success’ New Regular Feature ‘THEY SAID THAT’ than with her recent statement on the Sequester
THEY SAID THAT: Congresswoman Maxine Waters ‘170 Million Jobs’ Lost
The only problem is that there are not even 170 million jobs in America, only 134 million. Later, fortunately, for Waters, an aid slipped her a piece of paper with the correct amount of prospective jobs lost, a mere 750,000, with which she corrected herself
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