Obama defended his record and warned how far the country could fall if Republicans retake the White House and seniors could no longer afford health care:It's quite obvious the GOP is in bed with Big Auto Repair and is just dying for pothole-flecked roads so their buddies can dupe unwitting drivers.
“Under their vision, we can’t invest in roads and bridges and broadband and high-speed rail,” Obama said. “We would be a nation of potholes and our airports would be worse than places that we used to call the Third World but that are now investing in infrastructure.”
What a nefarious scheme.
And what's this nonsense about broadband? Last I checked there weren't too many Americans suffering with dial-up access. Is this the best these people can offer? Trains that nobody wants? A product everyone already has? This is winning the future?
Two years ago Obama and his cronies passed an $800 billion stimulus to help pay off the unions. Wasn't that intended to fix our infrastructure? Whatever happened to all those shovel-ready projects? If we spent all that money, then why are there so many potholes in need of repair?
The man is a complete fraud.
At least he's got his priorities in order.
Upon landing at O’Hare, he promised he would be back in town to watch the Bulls in the playoffs.Meanwhile, this turd had a little bit of an open mic issue.
In what he thought was a private chat with campaign donors Thursday evening, President Obama offered the most revealing behind-the-scenes account to date of his budget negotiations with GOP leaders last week.We don't necessarily think you're stupid. Sneaky, yes. Evil, perhaps. Incompetent, definitely.
CBS Radio News White House correspondent Mark Knoller listened in to an audio feed of Mr. Obama's conversation with donors after other reporters traveling with the president had left the room.
In the candid remarks, Mr. Obama complains of Republican attempts to attach measures to the budget bill which would have effectively killed parts of his hard-won health care reform program.
"I said, 'You want to repeal health care? Go at it. We'll have that debate. You're not going to be able to do that by nickel-and-diming me in the budget. You think we're stupid?'" recalled the president of his closed-door negotiations on the bill to fund the federal government until September.