Rather Than Offering A Substantive Plan, Obama Will Attack Congress

I wonder if he has any realization that half of Congress is run by Democrat? If so, he surely doesn’t care, because everything is All About Obama

President Obama is preparing to fight a political war this fall on two fronts — the first against Republicans who want his job and the second against Republicans who want to make his job more difficult.

Obama is taking dead-aim at the latter group, targeting Congress in a fall offensive that the president’s reelection campaign hopes will bruise the overall GOP image beyond repair.

Right now, few people in Washington are as expert on damaged images as Obama.

Obama surely sees his “damaged image” as simply because people are too stupid, racist, not organized enough, etc, in other words, not his fault.

He needs a villain and fast.

Enter Congress, the villain set to return to work next week. It clocks in with a 13 percent approval rating, having suffered more from the July brawl over the debt ceiling than even Obama.

When GOP lawmakers return, the president and his team are ready to deliver a flurry of attacks, castigating Congress for inaction on jobs, being on the wrong side of taxes and eager to destroy social safety net programs. If Obama and his team have their way, Americans will come to see every Republican as a Tea Party extremist.

Basically the same old same old. The GOP is offering jobs plans, ones that are forward looking and have been show to work. Obama is going with income redistribution, demonizing the rich, repaving roads and painting bridges (already repaved and repainted due to the wasteful Stimulus), pushing high speed rail (of which tons of money have been already allocated in the Stimulus yet not even started), and….well, that’s about it. Handouts to unions and creation of temporary jobs. He pretty much said this during his Rose Garden speech whine-a-athon this morning, pushing the transportation bill passage. Which is weird, because cars are supposed to be bad for globull warming, and cars need roads. He also mentioned building new airports. Aren’t private jet owners now evil?

The Other McCain notices the decidedly un-civil tone in The Hill article, as does Jammie Wearing Fool.

Legal Insurrection mentions that this is nothing new, and hasn’t worked out so well.

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4 Responses to “Rather Than Offering A Substantive Plan, Obama Will Attack Congress”

  1. […] Teach wades-in with his assessment of Ensign Pulver’s strategy: Basically the same old same old. The GOP is offering jobs […]

  2. Black Flag says:

    President Obama is preparing to fight a political war this fall on two fronts — the first against Republicans who want his job and the second against Republicans who want to make his job more difficult.

    This is from the tired, JournOList playbook for Obama where they think we actually still give a damn about what he says. Look, you know things are at meltdown level for the Democrats when they’re calling for Hillary to run instead of Obama. The fact that we’re hearing about that at all shows just how bad the situation is. No one believes him any more. And like Limbaugh asked, do you know anyone who didn’t vote for Obama in 2008 who WOULD vote for him now?

  3. captainfish says:

    But what is sad…. I predict the Repubs will do nothing. They will insist to “work with” the Democrats and Socialists.

  4. […] Rather Than Offering A Substantive Plan, Obama Will Attack Congress Obama surely sees his “damaged image” as simply because people are too stupid, racist, not organized enough, etc, in other words, not his fault. […]

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