One of you will end up here next!
The rest, the uneducated, low information voter will wake up when the pain reaches them and they cannot reconcile after 6-8 years, its still Bush's fault.
Its the only two demographic groups Obama has control over. He's really not fooling anyone.
You know what they say about common sense. It's like deoderant. The people that need it most are the ones who never use it.
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He then has no excuse to try and demagogue the issue any more.
Plus, he will be caught in ANOTHER lie.
OR he could lay off or furlough Eleventy-Billion pregnant Mothers with Polio ......and be totally responsoble for it
1. Population growth - liberal answer over 300K abortions per year.
2. Inflation - liberal answer print money into circulation at ever increasing rates.
Problem is that at least in #2's area, is that at some point math dictates that all that excess paper money has to be clawed back, or collapse happens, so massive inflation is how that happens....All liberals like Obama are doing right now is to play a shell game on America.
The Obama supporters, low information voters all, understand one sentence: Obama good, Republicans bad. Any additional information makes them tired and sleepy. they can't even spell sequestration, let alone understand what it is. That is how Liberal politics succeeds.
Gee, I didn't know that Jan Brewer and Bob McDonnell and John Hickenlooper were "Obama supporters"
Obama looks for new allies in 'sequester' fight: Republican governors - CSMonitor.com
And there's reason to believe that at least some Republican governors – who will be forced to grapple directly with the impact of the cuts, and in some cases, perhaps, make up the difference from their own cash-starved budgets – may indeed prove compelling lobbyists. As Politico reported Sunday: "[Republican] governors have publicly signed on to letters bashing Obama and praising House Republicans' efforts, but privately their offices have been urging lawmakers to work harder to avoid potentially devastating cuts – particularly those that could hit local programs."
“And I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
~ James Madison, letter to Edward Livingston, July 10, 1822