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First Thoughts: Picking up where they left off

Post by Guest on Fri Sep 02, 2011 1:04 pm

Yesterday’s White House-vs.-Boehner standoff: Picking up where they left off a month ago… The spat epitomized Team Obama’s communication struggles and its over-willingness to accommodate and compromise… And it epitomized the House Republicans’ continued pettiness… That said, did Boehner bail out Obama?... Reid on Obama’s speech and the Tea Party… And Huntsman on “TODAY.”


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Re: First Thoughts: Picking up where they left off

Post by Guest on Fri Sep 02, 2011 1:53 pm

Interesting, this morning on Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough, no doubt about it, Republican Joe, thinks as I do, the Republicans dodged a bullit by the President re-scheduling.

His take was you don't want a President rushing an important speech to accommodate an already schedule, but needless debate. You then don't want Rick Perry coming out with his "ponzi" type remarks like he did for Social Security, or Michelle Bachman mixing up her take on history again and not quoting facts, other than her own. He thinks the republicans need to find a real candidate since no one is overly excited about Mitt Romney.

My take is that we don't want a President rushing a very important speech for a needless debate. It would have been priceless however, to have msnbc moderators actually asking the questions that we need answers to, what is your jobs plan besides tax cuts for the wealthy, killing off the EPA and so on. I would have loved to see them fumble through or worse, hang themselves on a no jobs plan answer.


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