From MSN I lifted this quote:
“”So we take these actions, and now Republicans are mad at me for taking these actions. They’re not doing anything and then they’re mad at me for doing something. I’m not sure which of the things I’ve done they find most offensive, but they’ve decided there going to sue me for doing my job,” Obama said in his speech at picturesque Lake Harriet.”
Why can’t I talk about this to almost everyone I know? Because most people I know will immediately jump to one side of the aisle or the other and defend what they know to be right. They will sling comments that make the Other Side look stupid or silly or wrong. And that automatically negates any valid talk about anything to do with this problem or any other governmental issue.
You see, whether Obama has actually “overstepped his limits of power” or if Congress can actually sue Obama for “doing his job” as he sees it… no matter who is right in this situation, the next effect is that the quote above, from our President’s own mouth, could be easily and simply paraphrased by anyone in the world as: “”WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!” Obama said in his speech at picturesque Lake Harriet.”
Our leader has been reduced to this? “They’re mad at me”? Really?
Oh, America: how proud we must be, today.