On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 3:59 PM, <RLSTYLE@aol.com> wrote:
Mr. Sanjay Sanghoee, a liberal Democrat banker who accused Republicans of being against small business recently said the following about the sequester: “As a result, our nation will fall into an $85 billion abyss with all the forethought and caution that a 3-year old applies while crossing the road.”
The President did not keep his promise of a balanced approach. He got his taxes without the necessary cuts to balance the budget. Now he wants more even money without the cuts.
The President is not believable. He’s not doing what the Republicans have done; present a balance budget to make up for the debt that he has generated that far exceeds what he blames President Bush for.
The President is acting like a small shellfish stubborn child, perhaps a 3-year-old mentioned crossing the road and he doesn't want to be blamed for it.
He has not giving us a balanced budget without new taxes.
In trying to relate what happened, he used a wrong analogy of 3-year-olds' ability to reason. Instead, he should have used the following quote from P.J.O’Rourke, Civil Libertarian: “Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car keys to teenage boys.”
Obama is like a teenager. He prefers to blame others for what he has failed to do.
I for one will be happy if he wasn't acting like a teenage boy who may or may not be sober and who may be under the influence of alcohol or Mary-J. Having said that, a teenager's honesty is still better than that of a politician.