What Digby said. How do you hand over so much of your decision-making ability to people who are so patently wrong? How do you rationalize doubling down on those policies when they cause so many people so much pain?

And how can we rationalize voting for someone who was so very, very wrong — and still insists this is the right approach?

2 thoughts on “Yep

  1. Obama’s just letting his true Repub show through.

    Government has to start living within its means, just like families do. We have to cut the spending we can’t afford so we can put the economy on sounder footing, and give our businesses the confidence they need to grow and create jobs.

    I woke up to those words and my day was pretty ruined from having to hear him regurgitate Repub pablum.

    He’s barely bothering to cloak his conservative Neoliberalism in any usual Democratic wording anymore.

    He’s spouting non-stop Repub talking points.

    Pretty soon he’ll be coming out for a balanced budget amendment…which is pure craziness for a sovereign nation, but it’s Republican bat guano craziness, so Barry just may go for it.

    Hearing that he met with Boehner over the weekend scares the bejeebus out of me: Our Barry will do the damage to SocSec and Medicare that the Repubs have been trying and unable to do since FDR proposed SocSec and LBJ enacted Medicare.

    We are going to be in deep, deep doodoo from what this president has done and will do.

  2. I guess it’s for the same reason that the same people who gave us Obama, whether through commission or omission, are still considered the only ones listening to.

    Carolyn Kay

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