No Shortage of Chutzpah: Failed Obama Says It’s Time GOP Ended ‘Manufactured Crisis’

Posted by on Nov 02, 2013 at 9:17 am

The left always accuses their opponents of that which they’re guilty of. This tool stages a crisis at least once a week then declares we must act. We can’t wait! But when he doesn’t get his way, it the Republicans who are guilty of manufacturing a crisis or something. The balls on this guy.

President Obama called on Congress to end its cycle of manufactured crisis and self-inflicted wounds to fix the country’s long-term debt problem.

In his weekly address Saturday, Obama said one way to resolve the nation’s fiscal issues is through the House-Senate budget conference, which convened last week.

“It begins by ending what has done more than anything else to undermine our economy over the past few years – and that’s the constant cycle of manufactured crisis and self-inflicted wounds,” Obama said.

Obama expressed hope in addressing the country’s long-term debt problems, but warned that Congress does not have to do it by scaling back entitlement programs. He noted that the budget deficits have been falling at the fasted pace in the last 60 years.

“So that gives us room to fix our long-term debt problems without sticking it to young people, or undermining our bedrock retirement and health security programs, or ending basic research that helps the economy grow,” he said.

He’s done everything possible to torpedo our economy and frankly, people are tuning him out. When you’re at record low approval, though, you’ll pretty much say anything. His real crisis isn’t manufactured, it’s a result of his failed policies. It speaks volumes that he doesn’t mention his disastrous healthcare scam.

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2 Responses to “No Shortage of Chutzpah: Failed Obama Says It’s Time GOP Ended ‘Manufactured Crisis’”

  1. lowandslow on 2/02/13 at 10:01 am

    “Obama expressed hope in addressing the country’s long-term debt problems, but warned that Congress does not have to do it by scaling back entitlement programs. ”

    How? This fucking guy thinks math doesn’t apply to what he wants.

  2. jukin on 2/02/13 at 12:32 pm

    Fun Fact: The one and only reason that FY 2013 deficit was below $1,000 billion is that the day after the republicans caved the debt jumped over $350 billion to pay back all the “extraordinary” measures the treasury did. FY 2013 was over a trillion dollars (1,000 billion dollars).