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October 5, 2011

A Question For The President He Doesn't Want Asked

Topics: Political News and commentaries

Jonah Goldberg brings up a good point: Has anybody in the press asked the president why he keeps yelling at the GOP to pass his jobs bill when he doesn't have the votes in his own party?

It's the last thing Obama wants asked, because it destroy's his anti-GOP campaign narrative. And the fact that members of his own party don't back his big-spending, job-killing, "jobs plan" is indisputable.

From WLS:

WLS Radio's Bill Cameron reports his own party has delayed action in the Senate and talked with Senator Dick Durbin, the number two Democrat in the Senate, about the reason why.

"The oil-producing state senators don't like eliminating or reducing the subsidy for oil companies," Durbin tells WLS Radio, "There are some senators who are up for election who say I'm never gonna vote for a tax increase while I'm up for election, even on the wealthiest people. So, we're not gonna have 100% Democratic senators. That's why it needs to be bi-partisan and I hope we can find some Republicans who will join us to make it happen."

But so far, Durbin concedes Democrats don't have the votes in the senate to pass it, "Not at the moment, I don't think we do but, uh, we can work on it."

There has been no clear sign that his campaign for his bill is winning over Republicans in Congress whose support he needs. (emphasis added)

And there's little hope of Obama getting any Republican support when he's running around the country vilifying them and purposefully ignoring the fact that his own party won't vote for his plan.

Related: Obama Blasts Cantor and the GOP on Jobs Bill, No Mention of Harry Reid

Posted by Hyscience at October 5, 2011 7:45 AM

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