Quote of the Day
"This is not just limited to the I.R.S. This is a culture of intimidation, a willingness to play hardball politics against your political opponents." Sen. Marco Rubio President Barack Obama is the most unintimidating man in Washington. Obama continues to express the belief that Republicans will eventually come around and be bipartisan. This is what Obama at a recent fundraiser.
"I genuinely believe there are Republicans out there who would like to work with us but they’re fearful of their base and they’re concerned about what Rush Limbaugh might say about them. And as a consequence we get the kind of gridlock that makes people cynical about government."Republicans are taking to cable news and hold hearings on Benghazi and on the Cincinnati IRS office targeting tea party groups. Yet Obama still thinks that Republicans still want to work with him. Tas tweeted remark about Obama.
I absolutely agree with Tas. Rubio's remark on the Senate floor is laughable. Rubio needs to sell the Obama as the boogie man to feed the base. If we are talking about intimidation, as Florida House Speaker, Rubio took the committee chairmanships away from Don Brown and Dennis Ross. Their crime was voting against a property insurance bill Rubio backed. Rubio has a lot of balls to be accusing Obama of practicing intimidation.
@pushingrope Obama's incompetent because he won't face reality and treat his opposition like the world's biggest children that they are.— tas (@13monsters) May 15, 2013