President Obama is preparing to fight a political war this fall on two fronts -- the first against Republicans who want his job and the second against Republicans who want to make his job more difficult.Geez, such violent language. I'm quite troubled by this.
Obama is taking dead-aim at the latter group, targeting Congress in a fall offensive that the president’s reelection campaign hopes will bruise the overall GOP image beyond repair.
When GOP lawmakers return, the president and his team are ready to deliver a flurry of attacks, castigating Congress for inaction on jobs, being on the wrong side of taxes and eager to destroy social safety net programs. If Obama and his team have their way, Americans will come to see every Republican as a Tea Party extremist.And if Obama doesn't have his way, fanboys like Sam Youngman will be sure to keep repeating the weak assertions as they try to prop up their hero, while making sure to squeeze every last hackneyed cliche out of his cub reporter handbook.
The president is getting ready to use the House GOP as a punching bag.Meanwhile an Obama pal, racial arsonist and illiterate MSNBC star Al Sharpton, promised a gun fight.
And by working that body, he’s hoping to ultimately knock out, or at the very least bloody, the would-be head of the Republican party as well.
Perry, Sharpton said, “is looking to go to the O.K. Corral and start shooting. … Rather than the left get caught sleeping, we better load up, because he is bringing it.”Well, both sides can punch back. Bring it on.