"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
Saying that it has always been this way is a cop out, spending has to change from the status quo and Obama is not doing it.
One of you will end up here next!
Do you want a cookie?I, for one, have criticized Obama plenty,
No, he has not.because on most issues he's been Bush III.
I think it's more of a team thing than it is an individual person thing.However, I'm not in the majority there. Pretty much everyone looks the other way when people they agree with are doing bad things.
On what grounds?And what about the rules of Congress? Shouldn't a member of Congress who outright refuses to engage in the business of Congress be kicked to the curb?
And, how does oppsing the opposition not qualify as 'the business of congress'?
Well, yes -- after all, The Obama is President, and He's far worse in this (and every other) regard than JMcC.Jesus. Can you imagine this whiny, temper-tantrum-throwing, do-nothing pinhead as POTUS?
People are elected to Congress to represent their constituents.
There's absolutely nothing in that which requires said electee to 'play along' with the opposition in order for them to to that job.
For whatever reason - and one can easily guess that reason - the Dems/liberals cannot understand how opposing the Dem agenda could possibly be considered representing those constituents.
This denotes a deep, deep ignorance of the facts.Even when the Democrats were sorely put out in 2000, they still engaged in the governance of the country. Obama won by decent margin. I can't imagine what Republicans would do had Obama been put in office by the Supreme Court.
I'm sure you said that very thing in 2004, that the dems shoudl lie down and give GWB what he wanted.Elections have consequences. For Pete's sake, y'all need to learn to deal with that.