» Dems Gone Wild: ‘F*%k the President’ - Big GovernmentThe frustration with President Barack Obama over his tax cut compromise was palpable and even profane at Thursday’s House Democratic Caucus meeting.
One unidentified lawmaker went so far as to mutter “**** the president” while Rep. Shelley Berkley was defending the package the president negotiated with Republicans. Berkley confirmed the incident, although she declined to name the specific lawmaker.
“It wasn’t loud,” the Nevada Democrat said. “It was just expressing frustration from a very frustrated Member.”
Rep. Jerrold Nadler (N.Y.) was also overheard saying that “we can’t trust him” not to cave to Republicans and extend the tax cuts again in two years, according to a Democratic source.
The anger aimed at the bill was widespread. As Democrats moved to block the bill from coming up on the floor, chants of “Just say no!” could be heard by reporters outside the room.
Here I posted the link so the crybabies around here can cont to see the whining crying wussies democrats pitch a fit because they are not getting their way.
Liberals liberals liberals........
You got exactly what you asked for and he turned around and screwed you out of your rich envy.
Furthermore, his approval dropped 3% in the past 3 days alone.
He has a funny way of getting elected, unless he's planning a fascist overthrow or something
Thus, it was by no means politically impossible to do what his base wants. Instead, his base will continue to increase in their disapproval of him, while the Republicans will hate him just as much. It's healthcare reform all over again, but on a national scale
Some campaign D:
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I'm absolutely fine with letting the tax cuts expire AS LONG AS a federal budget is provided and deep spending cuts are passed. If the tax cuts don't go through, I see no sense in allowing the unemployed to get yet another year of unemployment, when all they have to do is go online, lie on their form and collect their pay check. I say, bring back the way it used to be.
The unemployed goes down to the unemployment office, fills out their form with a pen, sits in front of a person who asks them about the minimum of 3 places they applied, and then calls those places to verify that the person in fact did apply and that the person was turned down. Then the unemployment office allows a check to be sent. No verification, no check. This has an added benefit - it means that more federal jobs would be needed to man the unemployment offices to get through all these people every week or two.
“I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on what’s being proposed here, he’d agree with it. He would agree that the First Amendment cannot be absolute.” - Chuck Schumer (D). Yet, Madison and Mason wrote the Bill of Rights, according to Sheila Jackson Lee, 400 years ago. Yup, it's a fact.