Chris Christie to Obama: "What the hell are we paying you for?"

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Max E. Pad, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. Christie rips apart Obama, damn you Christie, why didnt you run. :(

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  2. pspr


    Obama is just another stupid minority taking advantage of the American people. That is all he ever wanted and that is all he represents.
  3. It's not good enough to say "I'll get it done after the election."

    The list of problems is growing everday that are waiting to be solved "after the election". This you can hear in the news everyday. Everything is getting pushed off till 2013.
  4. pspr


    Maybe we should stop paying Obama his salary and kick him out of the White House until and unless he wins the 2012 election and starts to get to work.
  5. nothing can be done until after the next election. the republicans have total gridlock in washington. this republican controlled congress has been the most unproductive in history. nothing is getting done.
    the next election will give the people a chance to break the gridlock one way or the other.
  6. Lucrum


    Add Obama the worst and most unproductive president in history and we're really fucked huh.
  7. pspr


    And if Harry Reid and Democratically controlled Senate could even bring any bills that come out of the House up for a vote maybe something could get done. But...Nooooooooo!
  8. Lucrum


    Oh no, according to pee drinker it's ALL the republican's fault. Always has been always will be. I know because he said so.
  9. cstfx


    This Democratic controlled Senate has been the most unproductive in history. NOTHING is getting done.
  10. Wallet


    They (democrats) couldn't even pass a stupid budget when they had the majority in both house and senate and a sitting President.
    #10     Nov 29, 2011