Today’s “Quote of the Day Before”


President Barack Obama gave three Republicans — Reps. Paul Ryan (Wis.) Dave Camp (Mich.), and Jeb Hesarling (Texas) — a front-row seat at his “deficit” speech on Wednesday, then proceeded to blast the Republicans’ detailed plan to fix the nation’s economic woes, without offering details of his own.

Rep. Jeb Hensarling said he was honored to receive an invitation to the speech, but as it turns out, it was something he could have watched back at his office: “I don’t know about my colleagues, but I thought to myself,

‘And I missed lunch for this?’” Hensarling said afterwards.

Would that we ALL could change the national channel, my friend.

Or better yet, cancel the program outright and leave the unaired episodes in the can where they belong.

ths UPDATE: Just a question. Has any Republican president EVER, that you can think of, repeatedly invited members of either the opposing party or the Supreme Court to his “policy speeches” and then used the occasion to lambast them immediately? Knowing that their sense of propriety and deportment would prevent them from standing up and walking out, like any level headed citizen would when being invited to his own public abuse session?

I recall no such continual show of exceptional bad manners, petulant and graceless behavior on the part of…well…ANY president, for that matter, but I could be wrong. And I am given to looking at Obama with a jaundiced eye, because I really, REALLY can’t stand him, pretentious, no clue, classless pissant that he is.

I’m sure you all will straighten me out if I’ve been unfair.

9 Responses to “Today’s “Quote of the Day Before””

  1. I think that this illustrates the opinion of many if not most Americans who at least have their eyes, if not their minds, opened recently.

  2. JeffS says:

    I think that you are being eminently fair and kind to the clown currently sitting in the Oval Office, Sis.

    I view his speech yesterday as a full fledged tantrum, missing only the screaming, crying, pounding fists against the floor, and kicking legs in the air.

  3. Gary from Jersey says:

    Two words describe him, his wife, his pals: ghetto trash.

  4. I looked through the wayback machine, and could find nothing. Not even Bill Clinton at his most divisive.

    He thinks he is the teacher and they are to be reprimanded in front of the class. Just as he did SCOTUS.

  5. tree hugging sister says:

    A Twitter friend says FDR was famous for attacking people by name, but, “Admittedly, FDR was rarely as crude and obvious in his attacks.

  6. tree hugging sister says:

    So far, Obama’s the clear wiener.

    The contest continueth.

  7. BeckyC says:

    Disgusting, arrogant jerk. Remember, he did the same to the Justices during a SOTU address.

  8. tree hugging sister says:

    Oh, exACTLY, Becky. Rudeness personified. (And welcome!)

  9. nightfly says:

    Add “the politics of personal destruction” to the pile of nonsense the Democrats don’t mind forgetting when they’re the ones dealing it out.

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