Obama’s Newest Campaign Theme

Posted on June 29, 2012 11:09 am

Buzzfeed notes that, in the last few campaign stops, President Obama has been test-driving the theme that his re-election can “break the stalemate”.

Ya know… I think we’d rather just quit playing his game, instead.

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6 Responses to “Obama’s Newest Campaign Theme”

  1. Son of Bob says:

    Barry had the presidency and a democrap-controlled House and Senate for the first two years of his pathetic term. And, he couldn’t get anything passed legally…only through illegal reconciliation and sidestepping congress completely with executive orders.

    Now he’s facing a Republican majority in the House and he’ll be facing a Republican majority in the Senate. The same Republicans he stated could “sit in the back seat but not do a lot of talking.” The same Republicans he kept informing that he had no interest in working with because he “won.” Yeah, he’s the guy to “break the stalemate.” Umm…no.

  2. Ogrrre says:

    What SoB said. It should also be pointed out that during his first two years, he had a filibuster proof majority in the Senate.

  3. Keln says:

    I’ve been hearing and seeing a lot of different themes and slogans being tossed around from the Obama people and I am starting to get worried that they’ll stop using “forward”. The reason I am worried is because I have one of those “forward his mail” car magnets.

    If Obama stops using “forward”, what will I do then?

  4. Burmashave says:

    You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    But on second thought, your treacherousness is rivaled only by the six fingered man. Perhaps you are lying.

  5. Travelwise42 says:

    Scratch out “his mail” and change “forward” to “FOREWARNED!”…

  6. Formerly known as Skeptic says:

    The current “stalemate” is precisely why all those Republicans were elected in 2010. It was the BEST we could do at the time, stopping the Dems from doing more damage. 2012 is for finishing the job, which will not incidentally “break the stalemate” just fine!

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