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We Don’t Have A Spending Problem?

Did we hear that right? Obama, our President, said to House Speaker John Boehner that” we don’t have a spending problem.” Why didn’t he say that before the election, instead of saying he wanted a balanced approach? If he did, Romney would have been our next President. It just goes to show how out of touch he was and is about what the real problems facing this country are.

Like so many other Liberals, Obama thinks that all this borrowing and spending is not a problem, but actually good for our economy. The deficit and the debt are the biggest problems that our country faces and it is time to make these Liberal idiots face the fact that we are in really big trouble because of it. Just to give you an idea of how Obama’s brain works, he truly believes that all the deficit problems can be contributed to one and only one area, he blames it all on a broken health care system. ( And he believes Obama-Care is going to make it better?)

The president’s insistence that Washington doesn’t have a spending problem, Mr. Boehner says, is predicated on the belief that massive federal deficits stem from what Mr. Obama called “a health-care problem.” Mr. Boehner says that after he recovered from his astonishment—”They blame all of the fiscal woes on our health-care system”—he replied: “Clearly we have a health-care problem, which is about to get worse with Obama-Care. But, Mr. President, we have a very serious spending problem.” He repeated this message so often, he says, that toward the end of the negotiations, the president became irritated and said: “I’m getting tired of hearing you say that.” At that point, Speaker Boehner should have done his Jack Nicholson impression and said Mr. President “You can’t handle the truth.”

After that meeting with the President, it is quite clear that the President cannot handle members of his own party. America does have a spending problem, which Obama is steadfastly ignoring. “He’s so ideological himself,” Boehner explained, “and he’s unwilling to take on the left of his own party.” That’s why Obama refused to raise the retirement age for Medicare after agreeing to it. “He admitted in meetings that he couldn’t sell things to his own members,” said Boehner. “But he didn’t even want to try. We could never get him to step up.”

All of this should be no surprise to most of us, many of us have always known that Obama is a weak leader; as a matter of fact I believe that he is not a leader at all and should have never been allowed to sit in the White House. However, since he is sitting in the White House for the next four years, it is time for Speaker Boehner and the rest of the Republicans to get tough and stand firm, otherwise there is no hope for this country.

We all know Donald Trump as a successful businessman, he has also written many books on the subject, which I have read. When Mr. Trump gives advice about negotiating, he says the most important thing to remember, is you must be willing to walk away; you must have the balls to walk.

Mr. Speaker, take that advice, strap on your balls and walk.


                                                   HA, HA, HA, HA  We Dont’t Have A Spending Problem


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