Petulant Man-Child (NM) President Walks Out Of Talks

Because this is the way the “only adult in the room” acts

President Barack Obama abruptly walked out of a stormy debt-limit meeting with congressional leaders Wednesday, a dramatic setback to the already shaky negotiations, according to GOP sources.

“He shoved back and said ‘I’ll see you tomorrow’ and walked out,” House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) told reporters in the Capitol after the meeting.

On a day when the Moody’s rating agency warned that American debt could be downgraded, the White House talks blew up amid a new round of sniping between Obama and Cantor, who are fast becoming bitter enemies.

When Cantor said the two sides were too far apart to get a deal that could pass the House by the Treasury Department’s Aug. 2 deadline — and that he would consider moving a short-term debt-limit increase alongside smaller spending cuts — Obama began to lecture him.

“Eric, don’t call my bluff,” the president said, warning Cantor that he would take his case “to the American people.” He told Cantor that no other president — not Ronald Reagan, the president said — would sit through such negotiations.

King Barry doesn’t like it when people question him or treat him in a manner other than like royalty. He’s never had to deal with people fighting back, and he doesn’t like it one little bit. And, yeah, no other president would have to sit through them, because all the other presidents were capable of doing the job in the first place, and it would have never come to this.

And So It Goes In Shreveport: Hissy Fit Number 1400

Pundette: That first-class temperament strikes again. Since Obama brought up the comparison, imagine Reagan throwing a tantrum like that. Or never coming up with a solution of his own.

White House Dossier: Obama Has a Hissy Fit, Walks Out!

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5 Responses to “Petulant Man-Child (NM) President Walks Out Of Talks”

  1. captainfish says:

    WAAAaaaaa WAAAAAAaaa WAAAAAAaaaaa!!!!

    Mommy, Eric doesn’t believe me when I lie to him!!! WaWaWaWaaaaaaaaa!!!

    It’s just not fair!! How dare they don’t believe me when I lie to them. They better believe me when I say I will tell the American people more lies. I’ve done it before. I can do it again.

    There is no reason why I can’t have the cake, car, plane, vacations, free healthcare and eat the pie too.

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  3. Aaaaach, I knew I forgot something: a picture of a whaaaaa-mbulance

  4. Am I the only one who’s noticed this?

    Progs are getting really good lately at speaking with great confidence about what Ronald Reagan would do. I see it in the moonbats arguing with me on the innertubez, I read about it in stories of these budget talks, I read about it in the opinion columns from Krugman, Dionne, et al. It’s like an epidemic this week.

    I’ve noticed one thing you can count on hearing from the moderate-lefties is “When someone speaks of what the ‘Founding Fathers’ would think, it can be presumed that person doesn’t know what he’s talking about” or some derivative of that. Methinks the time has come for a “Gipper” rule along those lines…

  5. It is amazing that the progs have spent decades vilifying Reagan, were gleeful when he passed on, and now want to hold him up as a role model. Of course, they are just trying to say that today’s conservatives are not acting like Reagan would have wanted, but, Progs fail to recognize that it has been over two decades since the Gipper left office, and times change. Reagan would have. And, he tried a deal with the Libs once, and realized he got snookered, and never did it again.

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