Thu Dec 13, 2012, 10:56 AM
TomCADem (7,200 posts)
Republican Pundit Urgues GOP To Use Debt Ceiling Threats Because "consequences are too catastrophic"
The problem with the media is the continued use of false equivalency when it compares President Obama's symbolic vote as a Senator against raising the debt limit to finance Bush's tax cuts to the very real threat of actually failing to raise the debt limit. The media ignores Republicans like the one quoted below who essentially urge economic terrorism:
Republican pundit Marc Thiessen, whose former boss raised the debt ceiling seven times without incident or precondition, put it this way.
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Republican Pundit Urgues GOP To Use Debt Ceiling Threats Because "consequences are too catastrophic" (Original post)
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Thu Dec 13, 2012, 01:20 PM
rock (10,111 posts)
2. Suppose Obama calls the bluff and the Shitpublicans do not blink
I believe the vast majority of Americans would say, "Off with their (Repubs) heads."