My secret service missed intruders. My CIA missed ISIS. My HHS missed obamacare website errors... but I have yet to miss a fundraiser!
Wait, I thought he was too busy playing golf to attend fundraisers?
My CIA thought there were WMDs in Iraq so I killed 4,000 of your children.
Whoops. Wrong car.
No, the Tea Party faithful I know are pretty proud of the obstruction going on.
More hatred leaking through.
It’s a Cadillac, from GM, the company that Obama personally baled out, and now has a gazillion recalls just because of him.
I think it’s about time we got the secret service out of the thumb of Homeland Security.
BTW no one missed ISIS. They appeared thanks to some goofball invading Iraq, removed it’s leader, and signing the status of forces agreement that prevents us from having a military presence within the country. Nice way of gift wrapping an entire country and handing to the first terror group that occupies it, ain’t it?
I agree with d_legendary… it should be a private contract with the Saudis.
“Maybe you can make Harry Reid let the Senate vote on the 350 bills passed by the House.But then the news nerds could tell the easily duped that the Republicans aren’t doing anything.Heaven forbid some of the jobs bills work.But we will not know because The Dimtards are not interested in getting anyone off of the tax payer’s dime …well tax payer $$$ billions.”-It’s also important to note that many of the Administration’s failures, such as the failure to act on intelligence of ISIS and failure to supervise the implementation of Obamacare, fell within the responsibility of the Executive Branch. Congressional action was not necessary and would not have been welcomed by the administration or by its defenders, who would have chided Congress for interfering with the President’s business.
I am assuming you are talking about b Hussein Obama.
And Henry has never missed an opportunity to take a cheap shot!
So if everything in the world is Bush’s fault, then what’s the point of electing a new President, and what exactly, besides playing golf, has Obama done in the past 6 years?? Even if I buy into the liberal whine of “blame Bush”, why is the current President so incapable of fixing anything??
How hard is it to put on your big boy pants and do something and to stop pointing your finger at the guy next to you??
If you really want to get real, the housing market collapsed because of Clinton and you other liberals who thought it was a good idea to put people into houses they could not afford. Making banks give mortgages to low income people regardless if they could afford the payments or not. This pushed the people that could afford a low priced house into a higher priced house, and so on. These risky loams caused banks to bundle them together and sell them. The house of cards just happened to fall during Bush’s watch. But being a man he didn’t whine every chance he got about the bad hand he was dealt.
Obama needs to start taking some responsibility. I know there’s that “R” word that scares the pants off of liberals!!
And by the way if after SIX years on the job I was still blaming everything that goes wrong on my predecessor, I would expect to get fired.
William Rivers Pitt and Scott Ritter described and proved every lie of the Bush administration regarding WMDs in Iraq, in a book published in 2002, before the invasion.
Rivers Pitt’s articles since the time of the invasion,(2003.2004,207, 2013 and on) documenting the horrors impacting the Iraqi civilian population were accurate, factual, and depressing, every since. From “shock and awe” through Maliki, all errors on our part. This was particularly true of the screwups at every step of the Bush people, and the impacts of those screwups, like leading to folks forming groups like ISIL, are going to be with us for a long time.
Obama is left with a truly untenable position, as is our miltary, and country, because like Humpty Dumpty, no President, or King, or commoner, can put that rotten egg back together again.
The invasion of Iraq however was more relative to the story of Pandora, and Bush/Cheney and their cronies at PNAC, starting years before the invasion, opened the box, knowing what they were risking, but not caring.
Which, it would be worth paying attention to the fact that prior to his reelection campaign, Bush never missed a fundraiser, and neither did the notably reluctant to appear in public Mr. Cheney miss many either.
With Bush the problem isn’t a matter of not learning from history to not repeat errrors, rather, it’s that some history doesn’t require repeating the SAME errors, merely trying to correct the old ones is nearly impossible.
Today it is ISIL, just as it was “Taliban”, Al Qaeda, ETSEL, and other terrorist groups seeking change through violence, because of the violence done to their people in THEIR histories.
^Payne, et al, will just never “get it”.
The language in my comment which you take exception to is a quotation from an earlier comment by dennis1112. However, with regard to the article you linked I would note that the statistical analysis is fairly thin and a little bit misleading. Note, for instance, that it is comparing complete previous congressional sessions with only part of the current congressional session. -It also does not address the kind and quality of bills not taken up. In a year where the Senate is not blocking the house one would expect both chambers to send alternate bills back and forth during the process of legislative deliberations, many of which will be disregarded after one particular version is enacted. Other bills might fail to make a busy docket and may have to wait for the next Congressional session. -Here, though, the Senate is not sending many bills to the House, as the article notes. It suggests that filibusters are to blame for the Senate’s dysfunction, but I would suggest that much of the blame lies with Harry Reid, who has abused his procedural powers to prevent meaningful discussion or amendment of bills:-www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2014/01/how-harry-reid-is-destroying-the-senate.php-It is almost as though he would rather obtain a propaganda advantage over Republicans than work for the passage of bipartisan legislation.
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