Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Tricks of the Trade

Republicans are plying their usual tricks of the trade, hard at work, using the same old, tired old tricks, but it works so well on cowardly Democrats.

Obama promised bipartisanship and he is not working with Republicans, but as we can see, it's because there is no way in hell Republicans are EVER going to work with Obama, not even just a little bit.

In a gesture of bipartisanship, Obama on Monday urged Democrats to delete money from the bill for family planning funds for the low-income.

The House bill includes about $825 billion in tax cuts and spending. Republicans say much of the spending is wasteful and will not stimulate the economy.

It'll be a short four years for Barack Obama, as he just can seem to run far enough away from the scary GOP, so our new cowardly Preznut is going to have a Tom Daschle like ending. And, what about poor ole Joe Biden!

Biden doesn't want to make any misstatements because our timid Preznut Obama doesn't want FOX News to unleash all out evil upon him, so, as we can see, it's going to be a long, skate on thin ice, do nothing four years. Just another Jimmy Carter era really. That's too bad, but this is why Howard Dean needed to campaign as an independent, because, frankly, I'm tired of cowardly, do nothing Democrats who know only how to bow to criminal Republicans no matter how much money those "faceless" American citizens gave to buy back their freedom. It's going to be a disappointing four years. Americans need more choices than to choose between being a member of the criminal, double talk Party, the GOP, or the cowardly, bow to the criminal, doubt talk Party, the Democrats.

We're getting nowhere fast here, everything is still corrupt, from the banking industries' blatant misuse of taxpayer money to questions about real acts of torture that will go unanswered even after all of Obama's big talk about laws and whatnot. Obama isn't willing to do a damn thing about any misuse of office or moneys, except, to bow deeply to the will of the minority party. Yeah, some change that is. Obama has shown the GOP than he bows deeply in his vast fear of the them, so Republicans will, no doubt, play Obama like a violin from here on out. It's going to be ugly four years watching Obama bow every time the going gets tough. Americans need a leader right now, not another one of Bush's "yes man" on the job for Bush's third term in office.

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