Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Obama: Republicans Against Whatever Anyone Else Is For

President Obama sums up the situation exactly as we've seen it play out:

"I do think that the Republican Party right now hasn't sort of figured out what it's for," Obama said in a White House interview with The Courier-Journal and reporters from five other newspapers. "And so, as a proxy, they've just decided 'we're going to be against whatever the other side is for.' That's not what's needed in an economic crisis."
In other words the Republicans have zero principles. They're just making it up as they go along. It's like they're looking for the five minute argument room (Monty Python), and are just automatically gainsaying anything the other side says.

It would certainly be hard to believe their principles would be so diametrically opposite to the president's, that anything and everything is the worse possible alternative he could come up with and that they automatically have a better solution, although they can never really say what it is.

Republicans. We don't need them. We don't want them. Go away. They're pulling for failure. They actually want Americans to suffer. Nice, huh?

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