David Gergen agrees…

Obama isn’t interested in improving the economy, reducing the deficit or even increasing tax revenues. He has one purpose in his negotiations with the GOP: to humiliate them, to crush them and to destroy their party.

Boehner had best find a way to communicate that Obama is not negotiating in good faith or he will be crushed under Obama’s boot heel.

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6 Responses to David Gergen agrees…

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    Remember how the democrats and the media used to claim Bush’s economic policies were to blame for the ‘jobless recovery’ during the middle of the last decade?

    Now they are claiming if we don’t continue most of those policies we will fall into another recession.

  2. James says:

    “If you’re not for us, you’re against us.”

  3. Roy Ryder says:

    One of the most depressing things is that the media is refusing to print the truth. Conservatives will be blamed for the debacle by the media and the 51% of American retards who voted for Obama.

  4. serfer62 says:

    I’m all for erasing the GOP…what good are they?

  5. Doc says:

    Apparadently, it’s already dun! SPEAKER of th’ COWARDS, & #3 in line for the Presidency boehner has booted 3 conservatives from their posts for not towin th’ party line…

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/fiscally-conservative-congressman-purged-by-speaker-boehner-issues-scathing-response-on-facebook-and-twitter/

    …whatta’ piece of S-H-I-T ! !

  6. notamobster says:

    Ol’ Justin Amash is pissed! I love it! The man sticks to his guns and doesn’t suffer cowards or stupidity well. Gotta respect it.

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