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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Et Tu Brute? Boehner Blinks


Boehner Extends Olive Branch on 'Fiscal Cliff'


It seems the Crier of the House is looking for some Obama love. Will he get it?

House Speaker John Boehner offered Wednesday to pursue a deal with a victorious President Barack Obama that will include higher taxes "under the right conditions" to help reduce the nation's staggering debt and put its finances in order.

Will politicians like these, who needs Democrats?

Come January, this guy needs to go.

10 comments:

Will said...

Lowlife Prick!

jgeleff said...

"Crier of The House" is awesome. I can't stand Boehner, the orange skinned fuck.

Chuck said...

Just imagine if his skin was brown. Hate him even more? Yes?

Stupid fuck.

Gary said...

Noooooo . . . Chuck is right again!

The Right Guy said...

My comment had nothing to do with his use of tan in a bottle. The guy is incompetent and has been an obstacle. I got Michele Bachmann to say as much. I hope they chose a new speaker of the house. There are better people there.

Chuck said...

He's supposed to be an obstacle. That's why he's there. You'd better pray he continues being one.

Chuck said...

Just what the hell is the guy who leads a majority in one half of one branch supposed to have done? Just how the fuck does that work?

The Right Guy said...

If you recall the interview with Michele Bachmann on the Andre Controversa show, Boehner wanted to cave to Obama for a pittance and that was with the majority. It's like he was looking for a way to bend-over.

Weldon Goree said...

If you care about the deficit the "cliff" would be something you don't want to avoid: cut spending (well, slow the growth of spending, which in today's rhetoric is "cutting" it) and return to the tax levels of 12 years ago.

Personally I could care less about the debt and deficit (the US Government, which can create as many US Dollars as it wants to at any point, having a given amount of US Dollar-denominated debt doesn't strike me as problematic). And as a classical conservative I prefer changes to be made incrementally, so I'd rather find a way around this.

jgeleff said...

Chuck, you're such a sickening pussy behind a keyboard. No way you have the balls to say half this shit to anybody's face.