Friday, June 27, 2014

Obama: If [Weeper] Boehner Spent More Time Working Than Crying Maybe We Could Get Things Done!

If the president wanted to be really disrespectful to Boehner, he would have told the junk food media that the Weeper needs to stop spending taxpayer money on those awful tans. He's starting to look Blacker than Obama.

President Barack Obama scoffed at the notion of the most inept House Speaker's threat of a lawsuit over the executive decisions being made.

The president knocked this lawsuit as a "stunt" to impress the insurgency and their goal is to BLACK everything he does!

Oops, I meant block!

In a much televised interview with ABC News host George Stephanopoulos, the president states that Congress is a train wreck and he welcomes the Speaker and Republicans to compromise on some his policies.

President Barack Obama on Friday said he wasn't going to apologize for his use of executive power.

Boehner officially announced he would introduce legislation in the coming weeks that would authorize the House General Counsel to sue the Obama administration and "compel" the president to enforce existing law. Without citing the specific executive orders he found troubling, Boehner named health care, energy, foreign policy and education as areas where the president has "repeatedly run an end-around on the American people."

“You notice that he didn't specifically say what exactly he was objecting to,” Obama said in the interview. “I'm not going to apologize for trying to do something while they're doing nothing."

Often stymied by a recalcitrant Congress, Obama declared 2014 a "year of action" and issued executive orders on immigration, the federal minimum wage and federal pay discrimination. His Environmental Protection Agency further plans to unveil unprecedented regulations to curb greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants. But the moves have infuriated Republicans, who say the president is unlawfully bypassing Congress.

"We elected a president, Americans note; we didn’t elect a monarch or king," Boehner wrote in the memo.

Obama said he was forced to take action because Congress refused to do its job.

"What I've told Speaker Boehner directly is, if you're really concerned about me taking too many executive actions, why don't you try getting something done through Congress?" Obama said on ABC. "The majority of American people want to see immigration reform done. We had a bipartisan bill through the Senate. And you're going to squawk if I try to fix some parts of it administratively that are within my authority, while you are not doing anything?"

Congressman John Boehner (R-OH) is probably one of the worst leaders to hold the House of Representatives. As House Speaker, Boehner has been pretty tied up in a pretzel over how he handles business.

Washington, DC is in a gridlock. Republicans and their insurgency have been at odds with one another over how they could oppose the president.

Since he's gotten into office, the Republicans have been obstructive to his agenda.

When Boehner won another term as House Speaker, he told the Republican caucus that he is "done" with President Barack Obama. He couldn't trust him.

So now that the president and the Democrats go at it alone, these very same Republicans run to cameras on Breakfast Chats, GOP Sundays and every social network they can dig their claws in.

They hand those conservative agitators talking points and let them go to town on every proposal or even an ounce of bipartisanship from fellow Republicans. They trash the proposals or fellow Republicans for even having the decency to work with "that guy".

They don't understand that if the Democrats fall back into the minority, they'll become just as aggressive as the Republicans. Trust me: They will find ways to undermine a Republican president.

The choices of candidates are even weaker than before. They fear Hillary Clinton so much, they'll find everything to destroy her.

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