(FloppingAces.net) Einstein is proven right again. Not, not relativity.
Not the grand theory. Insanity.
Einstein once defined insanity as…
Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Barack Obama is no stranger to hypocrisy and he clearly knows how stupid his base is. He knows they won’t remember anything he says from one day to the next. They certainly won’t remember what he said last year, so Obama zombies, pay attention.
Last year the Obama regime basically extorted a settlement from large banks in a mortgage deal. As noted by Investors, Obama blamed everyone except for the real culprits.
["...never let a good crisis go to waste!"] Lawmakers scramble to produce new fiscal deal, Obama set to address crisis
Lawmakers were scrambling Monday to hammer out a draft deal to avert the fiscal crisis, with details of a possible framework emerging but officials admitting the two sides are “still apart” — with less than 12 hours left until tax hikes and spending cuts are set to take effect.
With a last-ditch round of negotiations on the Senate side lasting through the weekend and into Monday afternoon, President Obama planned to make a statement at the White House at 1:30 p.m. ET. The president had earlier said that he will press Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to call a vote on a separate White House plan if nothing concrete is produced by Monday.
(The Washington Examiner) Sixteen Democratic senators who voted for the Affordable Care Act are asking that one of its fundraising mechanisms, a 2.3 percent tax on medical devices scheduled to take effect January 1, be delayed. Echoing arguments made by Republicans against Obamacare, the Democratic senators say the levy will cost jobs — in a statement Monday, Sen. Al Franken called it a “job-killing tax” — and also impair American competitiveness in the medical device field.
ALEXANDRIA, VA – ABC World News with Diane Sawyer continues to tout the Obama Administration’s spin that tax hikes on the wealthy are the only solution to the looming “fiscal cliff” catastrophe. According to an analysis from the Media Research Center’s Business and Media Institute, in the three weeks following President Obama’s re-election, World News devoted more than 10 minutes 18 seconds to talk of tax hikes and just 35 seconds to spending cuts (a 17-1 margin).
(Townhall.com) In one of his appearances on today’s Sunday talk shows, Obama Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner made a hard stand about increasing tax rates on high income-earners and small business owners, insisting that there is to be no deal without rates rising. In an interview with Candy Crowley on CNN’s State of the Union, Geithner claimed that the Obama Administration proposal, which includes various spending provisions intended as economic stimulus, had “huge support in the business community” and that it would be “good for the economy.”