Obama sinks to new lows

Wow, he offends me multiple times in one basic comment.  First, tying the budget negotiations to the Newton tragedy is sad and disturbing.  Second, ‘folks to be willing to compromise’.  I am so sick of him being the lone arbiter of what is fair.  His very statement implies compromise means agreeing with him.  It is something OTHERS must do, not him.  Finally, the greater good.  Could he be more socialist in his comments?  And once again it implies that only he has the intelligence and clarity to know what that greater good is.

Well Barry, I define the greater good as having a President in the White House that speaks for all of us, not just some of us.  One who doesn’t constantly demean his office by lying, pitting American against American and shamelessly exploiting tragedy for political gain.  I define it as a nation that acts responsibly about it’s financial debts so not to pass the burden onto our children and grandchildren.  As a nation that protects liberty, not theft of private property by a majority vote.  So, anytime YOU’RE willing to compromise for the GREATER GOOD – I stand ready to accept.

This was gross.
During his press conference this morning Barack Obama used the masssacre at Sandy Hook School to push Republicans to agree to his tax hikes.

“After what we’ve gone through over the past several months, a devastating hurricane and now one of the worse tragedies in our memory, the country deserves the folks to be willing to compromise for the greater good.”



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