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HonestChieffan
06-30-2011, 01:59 PM
This is wow leadership in action.....probably has a tee time or a fund raiser then anyway. No wonder people feel bad about the future with this jackleg in charge.



(Reuters) — The White House effectively turned down an invitation by Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell for President Barack Obama to visit his members on Capitol Hill on Thursday to discuss raising the debt limit.

White House press secretary Jay Carney, while not directly saying the invitation had been rejected, said Obama did not need to hear Republicans tell him what they would not support.

That, Carney said, was “not a conversation worth having.”

alpha_omega
06-30-2011, 02:02 PM
Wow! Don't even know what to say to that.

vailpass
06-30-2011, 02:10 PM
Uppity bastard needs a beating.

mlyonsd
06-30-2011, 02:11 PM
Thune today, "The best way to get an appointment with the president is to set up a tee time".

HonestChieffan
06-30-2011, 02:15 PM
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-O38TlTJYghw/Tgw1DI4JpHI/AAAAAAABFF4/SY0Kdvs6zf4/s400/32.jpg

HonestChieffan
06-30-2011, 02:23 PM
Dang it Barak!!!!!! Amazing ability to show his ass.

Yesterday in his newsy:

"We are going to need to start having to cancel things and stay here until we get it done,” the president said.

“They’re in one week, out one week, then saying ‘Obama’s got to step in.’ You need to be here. You stay here, let’s get it done.”


Today......

(CNN) — President Obama will head to Philadelphia for two events organized by the Democratic National Committee Thursday, the same day the first major and closely-watched fundraising quarter of the 2012 presidential campaign cycle draws to a close.

The president, joined by Reps Bob Brady and Chaka Fattah and Mayor Michael Nutter, will deliver remarks at a fundraising bash at The Bellevue Hyatt in the afternoon. Ticket prices started at $100 according to two Democratic officials.

The officials said he will then attend a fundraising dinner at the home of Rhonda and David L. Cohen, tickets for which started at $10,000. DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania will attend the evening event.

On a DNC conference call Thursday, former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania said he thinks the events will raise $2.5 million to benefit the Obama Victory Fund, a joint account between the DNC and OVF.

The president’s trip caps off a busy fundraising schedule over the last month as both the Obama campaign and the DNC hope to report monster numbers as the 2012 reelection effort officially gears up. Less than a week ago, Obama hit three back-to-back fundraisers in New York City, including a $35,800-a-plate dinner at an Upper East Side restaurant. He was also the main attraction at two fundraisers at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in the nation’s capital 10 days ago.



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BigCatDaddy
06-30-2011, 02:27 PM
Dang it Barak!!!!!! Amazing ability to show his ass.

Yesterday in his newsy:

"We are going to need to start having to cancel things and stay here until we get it done,” the president said.

“They’re in one week, out one week, then saying ‘Obama’s got to step in.’ You need to be here. You stay here, let’s get it done.”


Today......

(CNN) — President Obama will head to Philadelphia for two events organized by the Democratic National Committee Thursday, the same day the first major and closely-watched fundraising quarter of the 2012 presidential campaign cycle draws to a close.

The president, joined by Reps Bob Brady and Chaka Fattah and Mayor Michael Nutter, will deliver remarks at a fundraising bash at The Bellevue Hyatt in the afternoon. Ticket prices started at $100 according to two Democratic officials.

The officials said he will then attend a fundraising dinner at the home of Rhonda and David L. Cohen, tickets for which started at $10,000. DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania will attend the evening event.

On a DNC conference call Thursday, former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania said he thinks the events will raise $2.5 million to benefit the Obama Victory Fund, a joint account between the DNC and OVF.

The president’s trip caps off a busy fundraising schedule over the last month as both the Obama campaign and the DNC hope to report monster numbers as the 2012 reelection effort officially gears up. Less than a week ago, Obama hit three back-to-back fundraisers in New York City, including a $35,800-a-plate dinner at an Upper East Side restaurant. He was also the main attraction at two fundraisers at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in the nation’s capital 10 days ago.

Sounds like he is trying to get the pulse of the average American with those 5 figure a plate dinners.

alpha_omega
06-30-2011, 02:34 PM
Better watch out for a teen mob...the Bellevue Hyatt is awful close...
http://articles.philly.com/2011-06-29/news/29717406_1_maria-teens-mob-assault

Chief Henry
06-30-2011, 02:41 PM
Thune today, "The best way to get an appointment with the president is to set up a tee time".



quoted for TRUTH

Iowanian
06-30-2011, 03:03 PM
I seem to recall Obama campaigning about open dialog with people we disagree with.....and that's why he was open to conversations and hosting rogue nations.

waddadouche.

Radar Chief
06-30-2011, 03:14 PM
I seem to recall Obama campaigning about open dialog with people we disagree with.....and that's why he was open to conversations and hosting rogue nations.

waddadouche.

Just last week he had all the MSM talking heads saying, “compromise is how things get done" and "that means listening to the opposition” then inferring that the lack of “compromise” was to “purposely wreck the economy”.

Iowanian
06-30-2011, 03:15 PM
His idea of compromise is the other side bending over to receive him and his ideals.


Obama acts like a child who missed their nap when things aren't going his way.

Rausch
06-30-2011, 03:25 PM
Obama acts like a child who missed their nap when things aren't going his way.

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Chief Henry
06-30-2011, 03:28 PM
Its dam funny how the libs are very silent about this....HAH

Cave Johnson
06-30-2011, 04:01 PM
If cutting unbelievably unpopular tax loopholes on corporate jets, hedge funds, and oil companies are off the table for the R's, what's left to discuss?

vailpass
06-30-2011, 04:09 PM
If cutting unbelievably unpopular tax loopholes on corporate jets, hedge funds, and oil companies are off the table for the R's, what's left to discuss?

You discover the answer to your question by participating in the discussion.
This isn't a tiff between two newlyweds.

Rausch
06-30-2011, 04:10 PM
If cutting unbelievably unpopular tax loopholes on corporate jets, hedge funds, and oil companies are off the table for the R's, what's left to discuss?

Reuters reports an interesting nugget in the wake of President Barack Obama's decision to grant Vladimir Putin his wish and kill the Eastern European missile shield:

Shortly after the pullback on the shield programme was announced, Russia's government said Prime Minister Vladimir Putin would meet several U.S. executives on Friday from firms including General Electric, Morgan Stanley as well as TPG, one of the world's largest private equity firms

General Electric may be the company with the closest ties to the Obama administration (if not, GE is second only to Goldman Sachs), and here we see the company benefiting from an abrupt foreign policy change made by President Obama. But GE isn't the only company benefiting. Reuters paints the broader picture:

"U.S. companies have arguably lost out to some European companies in joint ventures, and better diplomacy will likely improve the chances for investors in the strategic sectors of the Russian economy," said Carlo Gallo, senior Russia analyst at London-based consultancy Control Risks.

GE CEO Jeff Immelt sits on Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board, and GE owns MSNBC, the network famously friendly to Obama.

GE, which also paid NOTHING in taxes last year.

Go get those rick fucks Obama!1!

Cave Johnson
06-30-2011, 04:37 PM
GE, which also paid NOTHING in taxes last year.

Go get those rick ****s Obama!1!

Economic growth, who needs that shit.

Radar Chief
06-30-2011, 04:41 PM
Economic growth, who needs that shit.

:LOL: Weren’t you complaining about “tax loopholes” just a few minutes ago?

mikey23545
06-30-2011, 04:49 PM
Economic growth, who needs that shit.

You're not sure which side of Obama's cock to lick, are you? ROFL

vailpass
06-30-2011, 04:53 PM
You're not sure which side of Obama's cock to lick, are you? ROFL

The side direkshun isn't already licking, of course. You have to pity them, they have to try and defend the most indefensible POTUS in history.

dirk digler
06-30-2011, 05:43 PM
It is about time he starts acting like a dick.

Jaric
06-30-2011, 05:48 PM
It is about time he starts acting like a dick.

Bullet Tooth Tony: So, you are obviously the big dick. The men on the side of ya are your balls. Now there are two types of balls. There are big brave balls, and there are little mincey pillowbitergot balls.

Vinny: These are your last words, so make them a prayer.

Bullet Tooth Tony: Now, dicks have drive and clarity of vision, but they are not clever. They smell pussy and they want a piece of the action. And you thought you smelled some good old pussy, and have brought your two little mincey pillowbitergot balls along for a good old time. But you've got your parties muddled up. There's no pussy here, just a dose that'll make you wish you were born a woman. Like a prick, you are having second thoughts. You are shrinking, and your two little balls are shrinking with you. And the fact that you've got "Replica" written down the side of your guns...

[Zoom in on the side of Sol's gun, which indeed has "REPLICA" etched on the side; zoom out, as they sneak peeks at the sides of their guns]

Bullet Tooth Tony: And the fact that I've got "Desert Eagle point five O"...
[Withdraws his gun and puts it on the table]

Bullet Tooth Tony: Written down the side of mine...

[They look, zoom in on the side of his gun, which indeed has "DESERT EAGLE .50" etched on the side]

Bullet Tooth Tony: Should precipitate your balls into shrinking, along with your presence. Now... **** off

MahiMike
06-30-2011, 05:59 PM
Not sure whatcher bitchin' about here. The fact he didn't want to show up to a set up? He would have been attacked on enemy ground. Don't think any politician wants that.

2bikemike
06-30-2011, 06:32 PM
Just imagine if the NFL talks were going this way. We may never watch football again.

mlyonsd
06-30-2011, 06:53 PM
Come on now, Obama had important official business to attend to today, two campaign fundraisers.

ClevelandBronco
06-30-2011, 07:31 PM
He's a scared, lost child. I hope he gets hit by a car.

mlyonsd
06-30-2011, 08:04 PM
He's a scared, lost child. I hope he gets hit by a car.Probably be a GM. ba-da-bing.

Amnorix
06-30-2011, 08:34 PM
Obama is supposed to go schlepping to Capitol Hill to meet with Republicans? errr... what? Isn't it usually the other way around? Don't the leaders of the opposition party usually go to the WH?

Not an Obama thing -- more an "every President ever" thing, right? Not that Presidents NEVER go to Capitol Hill (outside of the State of the Union, of course), but it is pretty damn rare.

mlyonsd
06-30-2011, 09:59 PM
Obama is supposed to go schlepping to Capitol Hill to meet with Republicans? errr... what? Isn't it usually the other way around? Don't the leaders of the opposition party usually go to the WH?

Not an Obama thing -- more an "every President ever" thing, right? Not that Presidents NEVER go to Capitol Hill (outside of the State of the Union, of course), but it is pretty damn rare.It was total payback for Obama's 'I've been here killing OBL, just keep working' remark for sure. Total politics.

Dave Lane
07-01-2011, 07:41 AM
That's awesome. Maybe he's finally getting some backbone tell those dumbfucks where to shove their studio ideas.

Jaric
07-01-2011, 07:57 AM
That's awesome. Maybe he's finally getting some backbone tell those dumb****s where to shove their studio ideas.
That certainly explains why they've had all these rappers showing up at the white house.

The Mad Crapper
07-01-2011, 06:15 PM
If cutting unbelievably unpopular tax loopholes on corporate jets, hedge funds, and oil companies are off the table for the R's, what's left to discuss?

You have no dignity. None.