You are pathetic! Quite honestly, my most liberal friends grudgingly admit Obama lied mightily here. Their only answer is that the GOP lies, too. To deny, even slightly, that Obama fully and intentionally lied about an absolutely crucial plank of his signature law makes you an abject bootilcker with zero credibility. Say it was for a higher purpose, say the other guys do it too, but please don't come here and deny what is so patently true.
Any American who cares (and certainly every GOP politician) should call ObamaCaid a "fraud" and its chief huckster a "fraudster", "charlatan", "rip-off artist" and above all a "liar". Obama is a liar. Pure and simple. Everyone should say it loud and often. Get comfortable saying it. It should roll off the tongue. Every sentence with the word "Obama" should include "liar". Example: "The President is a liar. He lied about ObamaCaid many, many times, and brazenly with full knowledge and even know he lies about his lies."
It is crucial to say that Obama is actually a "liar". It is not enough to say "he lied". He, himself, must be besmirched with his awful deception.
Not an accurate characterization. The GOP would like to go in the opposite direction. To turn a runnaway train around you first have to slow it down, then stop it, then put it in reverse. Jamming it reverse right from the start is not realistic.
Country will vote them out instantly if they did what you advocate.
They read it. They knew what it said. They lied on purpose.
I suspect the thing that really bothers Tea Parties is this:
Deep down, they realize that there is not much the GOP can do to stop Obama and the Dems. But why can't the GOP be a lot tougher rhetorically? In other words, if you can't stop Obama, why can't you at least denounce him--and hard? The fact that the GOP has been very gentle with Obama AND has been unable to stop him has been and continues to be infuriating.
For example, why isn't Obama called a liar by John Boehner, and often, and with specificity? Harry Reid said as much about Bush and not only got away with it, but it helped his party a ton. Why can't GOP leaders openly doubt the intentions of Obama. Remember "No Blood for Oil?" That was called doubting the intentions of Bush. Why on earth do we have to assume Obama has good intentions when all evidence is to the contrary?
I think it would go a long way to preventing the grim outcome Tobin predicts if GOP/Conservative leaders (in political offices as well as intellectuals and writers) would be far more blunt in saying, with facts to back it up, that Barack Obama is a liar and that his administration is corrupt--not just "cynical".
Obama practices treason on American principles and values, and intentionally inflicts harm on the American people for his own political gain, on a daily basis.
Funny how this fixates you, vile Old Anti-Semite.
Explain please how the GOP is so pro-Israel, despite Jews being, as you state, "a predictable bloc vote for the Democrats"? The GOP, as sad as they are these days, surely count as part of the policy makers in this country, yet they receive virtually none of the "money", "influence" or "organization" that the Jews bestow on the Democrats as a "bloc".
Too simplistic. Most of the spending was for the Iraq War. Were you against that?
Plenty of people who detest Obama and ObamaCare and think the Dems are the party of treason also don't like Cruz, who is a loser, a bad strategist and a demagogue--but I have no problem with his politics!
Yes, he fights, and loses. If he was really such a fighter, let him bring forward his impeachment proposal. The fact that he doesn't proves even he has a prudential limit. Not really a true fighter, then, just a bit of a loudmouth who hurt his party badly.