UPDATED: Talking Change or Making Change
by mtg44234, Tue Jan 26, 2010 at 03:01:42 PM EST
THE LACK OF REACTION....SILENCE IS GOLDEN.
One year in, and what have we seen. Not much really. The President has sat back, watched Congress take control of his agenda and well, with no real change. Boy he can deliver a speech, but that is it. Can you get angry for once? Can you show some emotion about anything Congress is debating?
We passed a stimulus bill, but no real change. It just saved us from disaster and that is debatable.
Health Care sucked all of the oxygen out of the room and even now, looks like it is dead, no real change.
So what is the difference between talking change or making change?
It is taking a stand, it is taking charge, and it is stop talking and lead your party! President Obama has not done this. MAKE CHANGE MR. PRESIDENT.
Can anyone else actually document any fundamental real change that he has done? Let me know really....
Finally the perfect storm is coming Ladies and Gentleman...mark my words. Here is just a hint of the arrogance coming from the White House.
The retiring Rep.Marion Berry, D-AR, who doesn't say when the remarks were made, now scoffs at Obama's 50-or-below approval rating:
Writes ADG reporter Jane Fullerton:
Berry recounted meetings with White House officials, reminiscent of some during the Clinton days, where he and others urged them not to force Blue Dogs “off into that swamp” of supporting bills that would be unpopular with voters back home.
“I’ve been doing that with this White House, and they just don’t seem to give it any credibility at all,” Berry said. “They just kept telling us how good it was going to be. The president himself, when that was brought up in one group, said, ‘Well, the big difference here and in ’94 was you’ve got me.’ We’re going to see how much difference that makes now.” [snip]
"You've got me" says the President of the United States...
Let me end with this video which speaks the truth and what could have been: