I went in B0botland today to see what the news of offshore drilling has done to them. I think it’s best summed up in a joke:
Two guys walk into a bar in the Wild West. One says to the other: “See that guy?”
“The one in a hat”
“They all wear hats”
“The one in jeans”
“They all wear jeans”
Losing his patience, first guy takes his gun out of its holster, shoots everyone in sight, leaving only one standing:
“That guy. That’s my mortal enemy”
Looks like b0bots are just being explained this and they are very excited about it.
3. He stole their top issue and will impliment it responsibly.
It’s pure hell for Republicans.
Boner is already on record as opposing Obama’s plan, apparently because it’s too environmentally responsible.
And you don’t see a problem with that???
If Obama is implementing THEIR agenda instead of OUR agenda, it isn’t a clever ploy to where Dems win.
We WIN by enacting OUR agenda and defeating THEIR agenda.
If having their agenda enacted is “pure hell” then I’d sure like a double dose.
14. No I don’t see a problem with that.
Mind you, this comes on the heels of celebrating getting Romneycare – because that “neutralized Romney”
Someone sees the absurdity
18. Don’t you see? It’s brilliant
Capitulate totally to what the other side wants and then beg them to help us lower green house emissions.
Just like HCR. Promise to keep all our best ideas out of the bill and then beg them to let us pass a bill based on plan masterminded by the Heritage foundation plan.
In fact to be fair, there are entire discussions going this way
I have failed to appreciate Obama’s brilliance.
don’t know why the Dems didn’t figure this out decades ago. All we need to do is enact the legislation the Republican agenda has sought for 30 years and in one fell swoop we make ourselves immune to Republican criticisms AND we achieve historic legislative accomplishments that give the President lots of political capital to push through even more of the Republican Agenda.
What’s next? War on Venezuela to preserve democracy? That will show those Republican’s who is boss…
but of course there are those missing the sarcasm
25. Most dems are accustomed to their presidents speaking to them..
where as Obama actually speaks to the middle. This seems like a wise move to me as he becomes immune to the “too liberal” argument that most conservative politics is founded on.Do
Some are still naive enough to ask this question
Is there still room in the Democratic Party for those who advocate for these Liberal Issues?
*Medicare for anyone who wants it.
*Immediate withdrawal of ALL military forces and “contractors” from the Middle East.
*Immediate reduction of Military Spending by at least 50%
*The immediate break-up (Trust Busting) of everything “Too Big to Fail”.
*Fair Competition Legislation that lets Mom&Pop (small locally owned businesses and farms) compete with Big Box and Factory Farms on a level playing field.
*An end to “Free Trade” (Race to the Bottom)
*Organized LABOR and local co-ops.
*Women’s Right to Choose
If I posted there, I would bring the joke I started with as the illustration:
See? You are the other guys in the bar. Obama just shot you all to point out who the enemy is. The Republicans are the enemy. Aren’t ya glad they were finally singled out?
Or to quote one of the operatives:
“it’s pure hell for Republicans”