Don’t Like It? Then Veto It.

Obama says he’s not bound by Guantanamo, gun-control provisions

The president also objected to a section aimed at blocking health, climate, auto policy and urban affairs “czars” from being employed by the White House and a provision that bars health officials from advocating for gun control.

Shouldn’t have signed it if you didn’t like it, Mr. President.

You want to stand up for something? Then stand up for it. Fight your good fight.

But don’t act like a five-year-old who promised he wouldn’t hit his sister and then make up reasons why hitting your sister is just fine.

Last time Murdoc looked, the law was supposed to apply to the President, too.

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  • Squidpuppy says:

    The way we currently draft, fund, and implement bills in this country is stupid – that or fiendishly clever, for the vested interests; gee, wasn’t that something the Founding Fathers warned us against?

    There are so many policy riders in every bill, you can’t get a dang thing passed without have to eat some sh*t sandwich; and since nobody actually reads these things because they’re so dense and full of arcane small type – meaning no one really knows what’s in them – truth be told, we probably have no idea how much sh*t we _are_ eating in these sandwiches the Fed hands us.

    I’m continually amazed at how whiny and spineless Obama has proven to be. I didn’t believe his pre-election rhetoric to begin with, but I didn’t think he’d be such a putz. And his bald-faced complicity with Beltway business as usual frankly astounds me; as far as I can tell, he’s never even seriously tried to change anything, but maybe that’s a blessing in disguise.

    • Murdoc says:

      The way we currently draft, fund, and implement bills in this country is stupid – that or fiendishly clever, for the vested interests; gee, wasn’t that something the Founding Fathers warned us against?

      Agreed.

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