I am glad you responded to my post though as I had forgotten to put you on ignore. That will be fixed shortly
Before you criticize someone you should walk a mile in their shoes, that way when you do criticize them you'll be a mile away and you'll have their shoes.
You said he hadn't talked about compromise - which I showed was wrong. Now you've moved on to giving a damn about compromise. While it's clear that your first claim was wrong, the fact is that you're wrong about the second one too - which is why he's gotten so much heat from liberals for not being as liberal as he made himself out to be during the campaign.Originally Posted by X Factor
From December 2009:
No-Commoner ObamaGo to any Democratic enclave in Washington these days, and you will hear the same complaint: Obama isn’t a real progressive, and not only because his economic team, culled mostly from Wall Street, boasts an elite pedigree. Union leaders are incensed over the administration’s ambivalence toward a bill that would make it easier to organize workers. Black lawmakers accuse Obama of doing little to stem unemployment among the poor. Liberals in Congress are appalled that the president has jettisoned the “public option” he once championed for his health care plan, which has only temporarily distracted them from their fury over the military buildup in Afghanistan. The left is on the verge of full revolt.
"It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to." - W. C. Fields
I'd feel better knowing our president, not matter the side, was not dividing a political ball field he screams to unite. Less fingers and more action; my fellow Americans.