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Rats Leaving a Sinking Ship? Stalwart Dems Fleeing Obama/Biden

February 3rd, 2010 by mopns · No Comments

It really does look like ‘hope and change’ is turning into ‘crash and burn.’ Senate candidate Robin Carnahan, who over the course of the campaign has been been doing her best Martha Coakley impression by being a ghost on the campaign trail, finally issued a statement yesterday on the president’s new budget proposal and the Democratic Congress’ out of control spending.

“From where I stand here in Missouri, I’m disappointed in the President’s budget recommendation. Budgets are about setting priorities and it’s time Washington started making fiscal discipline and tackling the long-term budget deficit higher priorities.”

Next, Speaker Pelosi’s Missouri boy Ike Skelton, flat out rejects the president’s second signature issue of “Cap and Trade Tax.” And this from a guy who, according to the liberal blog MPN, has a 91.4% loyalty rating!

 “We cannot tolerate turning over the regulation of greenhouse-gas emissions to unelected bureaucrats at EPA.” Read more…

Related:

 Obama’s Comments About Las Vegas Show That He is Either an Ideologue or an Idiot

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  • 1 Tom Beebe // Feb 3, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    Will Biden apologize for calling Obama and cohorts “articulate”?

    1. Obama apologizes for “bowling like the special Olympics” remark
    2. Reid apologizes for “light skinned Negro” remark
    3. Obama apologizes for “guns and religion” remark
    4. Obama apologizes for Vegas remark
    5. Emanuel apologizes for “f_____g retard” remark
    6. LaHood apologizes for “don’t drive your Toyota remark”
    What’s next? Help me keep score.

  • 2 Remember this picture from the summer Tea Party rallies in Missouri? It’s back in the news again. : Missouri Today // Feb 4, 2010 at 9:31 am

    […] made by one of the Tea Party protestors, circulated widely online.  Today it is back on the Missouri Political News Service site, as Congressman Skelton backs up on his earlier position on “cap and trade.”  Also in […]

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