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Obama’s “Bipartisanship” Farce

23 January 2009

Elections, as they say, have consequences.

So, by the way, do primaries.  (Are you listening, Mr. Steele?)

qb

P. S.  Ahhhh, yes, the strong new CEO making the most of his honeymoon and his mandate, steamrolling every vestige of dissent before the buyer’s remorse sets in.  Where have we seen that before?  Surely not in the church!

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  1. 23 January 2009 3:39 pm

    qb,

    Farce? Three and a half days into his Presidency and you start calling his hand. Suit yourself but a patient dude you ain’t. Stuff has to be sorted out.

    And by the way, Paul Krugman doesn’t like what he hears or sees about Obama.

    Coop

  2. queueball permalink*
    23 January 2009 3:52 pm

    Coop, it’s a *honeymoon*. By definition, honeymoons end. So you get what you really want while the gettin’s good, and then you learn to settle for what ordinary life will give you beyond that. Thus your objectives during a honeymoon are a faithful *ahem* measure of what you really want and who you really are. The remaining 1,361 days (poetically speaking) of Obama’s disastrous reign will be a war of attrition and splitting differences for political expediency.

    BTW, qb does not subscribe to “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” logic. Krugman’s dissatisfaction with Obama is, all things considered, assuredly derived from a much different set of considerations than qb’s.

    But thanks for the chuckle, anyway.

    qb

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