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Posted by Warren Peterson on March 4, 2013

Posted on Facebook by a Lefty friend:

“How many REPUBLICANS does it take to change a light bulb?
None—They’d rather sit in the dark and BLAME IT ON OBAMA.”

Normally I ignore Lefty’s rants but occasionally this stuff has to be refuted:

“Warren Peterson: Rather than flying around the country (How much does that cost?) screaming, “The sky is falling! The sky is falling!” maybe Obama should sit with congressional leaders in a locked room and knock heads until a compromise is found. That would be leadership but unfortunately he’s no Reagan or Lyndon Johnson.”

Lefty responded:

“There is no compromise with people who refuse to even discuss their owners’ steadfast determination to keep extracting every possible penny from the economy for their own personal use, country be damned.”

Fortunately, I have some support from a friend of both Lefty and me. She posted:

“Or could Obama be saying, “country be damned” for the sake of his socialistic agenda and his desire to destroy the Republican Party. Oh, and he is such a great “compromiser.” I don’t see that he cares what happens to the country. He just wants to tax, tax, tax, and spend, spend, spend. Hilarious that he keeps saying that he wants to help the middle class. By the way, last time I checked, he and his cronies are still blaming Bush. Warren, you left out Clinton–wish he were back! At least he had experience with governing, reaching across the aisle, and preparing a budget–that’s the thing that this country hasn’t had for 4 years!! That has never happened before.”


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