View Poll Results: Is it good or bad to work with Obama?

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  • It's good. Although I don't like him, the country needs solutions.

    4 44.44%
  • It's bad. Never give an inch.

    5 55.56%
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Thread: Compromising with Obama: Good or Bad?

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    Re: Compromising with Obama: Good or Bad?

    Quote Originally Posted by ttwtt78640 View Post
    The poll question is too general. There is no middle ground on granting amnesty to 12 million illegal aliens, denying tax exempt status based on political ideology or pretending that increasing student loan subsidies makes college more affordable.
    You do know the only the group that got denied was a Democrat sponsoring one right? Anything political got caught in the crossfire, as it should have.

    IMO, the IRS didn't go far enough. The 501(c)(3) section is being abused like crazy to hide donor lists after Citizens' United.
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    Re: Compromising with Obama: Good or Bad?

    i will compromise with the devil if it will help save my mother...so yes i am a demo and i have know problem compromising with the republicans if it will help me or my country...but i see most people on poll hate obama so much they wont compromise if their life depended on it..pure hate.....if obama was a doctor and some of the people needed surgery they would probably say" dont let the n###a touch me i rather die

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    Re: Compromising with Obama: Good or Bad?

    Quote Originally Posted by JumpinJack View Post
    Once again, my answer isn't included. My answer: Compromise is the way a democratic government works. There is no compromise in dictatorships.

    It shouldn't matter that the President is Obama (except I gather you hate him, or otherwise your question would have been "should there be compromise with the President?"). The Congress and the White House must compromise, regardless of who is in the W.H. and who is in Congress. That doesn't mean compromise on everything all the time. But there has to be a meeting of the minds as to the budget and other things necessary for the running of the government. Otherwise, it hurts the country and its citizens. We saw that the shutdown caused by Cruze cost us something like $30 billion. We could've used that money for something else. It hurt the country (us), for no purpose.
    i have seen on this post where people say the prez wants everything his way,,,that not true and we know it...now the tea party would like to shut this government down..so they refuse to work or compromise with the president because they are confederates

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    Re: Compromising with Obama: Good or Bad?

    We don't compromise with terrorists. He does, but we sure as hell don't.

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    Re: Compromising with Obama: Good or Bad?

    This entirely depends on the issue at hand. If not obstructing things that have been democratically passed counts as compromise, I support the republican party doing that. If there were some left-wing party in congress that had the opportunity to compromise with Obama, it would depend entirely, but I'm sure they would agree on some issues. The question is somewhat irrelevant, as no such party exists in congress, although i do consider myself opposed to the current administration, although from an entirely different perspective than the Republican Party and right-libertarians.

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