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Great Appeaser Folds For Whiny GOP Scumbags Again
One thing you have to admit about The Great Appeaser.
He never misses an opportunity to humor and mollify obstreperous and obstructionist GOP delinquent children in their relentless and zealous drive to wreck the country and The World.
His first three years in office have been remarkable.
They've been remarkable for his reliable penchant to fold up and roll over for GOP Thugs and give them whatever they want .. even as they malign,smear and demean him at every turn.
He preached about restoring the rule of law when he campaigned for office.
He said he was going to be the new sheriff in town.
Then, when he got elected - The Sheriff turned over the keys of the jail to the criminals and deputized them..
It seems like the more President Appeaser appeases, the more GOP Rat Bastards whine, bitch, moan, smear and obstruct - demanding he grovel at their boots.
Geez.. It's as if Obama were actually an imposter pretending to be something he's not and never was.
It's as if GOP Criminals and he are playing out a script for which the plot and players have been assigned pre-determined roles and fates in a Shaespearian drama.
Hmmm... .There's something very wrong with this play.
Obamaís Paradox Problem
** E.J. Dionne Jr., Published: August 31
Call it the Party-of-Government Paradox: If the nationís capital looks dysfunctional, it will come back to hurt President Obama and the Democrats, even if the Republicans are primarily responsible for the dysfunction.
Then there is the Bipartisanship Paradox: No matter how far the president bends over backward to appeal to or appease the Republicans ó no matter how nice, conciliatory, friendly or reasonable he tries to be ó voters will judge him according to the results. And the evidence since 2009 is that accommodation wonít get Obama much anyway.
This creates the Election Paradox: Up to a point, Republicans in Congress can afford to let their own ratings fall well below the presidentís, as long as they drag him further into negative territory. If the presidentís ratings are poor next year, Democrats wonít be able to defeat enough Republicans to take back the House and hold the Senate. The GOP can win if the mood is terribly negative toward Washington because voters see Obama as the man in charge.
Obamaís central task is to break out of the three paradoxes, not just to get reelected but also to get anything done. Having tried conciliation, his only alternative is to build pressure on the Republicans. He needs to get them to act, or, failing that, to make clear who is responsible for Washingtonís paralysis.
Thatís why his coming speech on jobs has to describe a program thatís broad and imaginative enough to capture the publicís attention. The middle-of-the-road voters his advisers want to win back look first for chief executives to be strong, decisive and principled, not at how many millimeters they are from the political center.
"The best case against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter"
-- Winston Churchill
Last edited by dchristie : 09-01-2011 at 04:52 AM.