• Barack Obama Thinks Maybe Bipartisanship Might Be a Good Thing

    Oh man! Get a load of this

    President Obama, returning to Washington from his Christmas vacation in Hawaii, urged House and Senate GOP leaders to put partisan politics aside in the name of working to boost the economy…

    "And that our job this year is to make sure that we build on recovery," he added. "We started making good progress on that in the lame-duck, and I expect to build on that progress when I get back."

    Well, of course he'd urge the Senate and House to "put partisan politics aside." His side is losing! LOL! Where was all his talk of working together before now, huh? I mean, seriously! Where was all his incessant, annoying, desperate attempts at bipartisanship for the past two years? Where were all the overly-optimistic-bordering-on-delusional pleas to find some common ground with Republican leaders at any point since he was elected in 2008?

    Now he wants it! This guy, I'm tellin' you.

    Tags: Barack Obama, Bipartisanship, House of Representatives, John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, Republicans, Senate


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