Obama Threatens Action if “Republicans Refuse to Act”

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In yet another demonstration of his failure to take accountability for the nation in which he leads, Obama has taken to blaming Republicans for both the less than satisfactory job market and economy.

During his weekly address Saturday, Obama stated once again that he was going to use his phone and pen whenever he could to go around that pesky entity known as Congress. Obama then once again took to pointing the finger at the right as he blamed Republicans for stopping every socialist minded policy he proposed.

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In effort to, “create more jobs and opportunity for hardworking families,” Obama said he would act on his own to do whatever was necessary to get his way. “[W]e could do a lot more if Republicans in Congress were less interested in stacking the deck in favor of those at the top, and more interested in growing the economy for everybody,” Obama continued. “They’ve now voted more than 50 times to take apart the Affordable Care Act – imagine if they voted 50 times on serious jobs bills.”

It’s really hard to understand at this point the reluctance Obama has to wishing for American’s to have an ambition to earn for themselves. Instead, he wants to take away that ambition – and further bankrupt the nation – in an effort to be “tolerant” of one another.

Equal pay and free government handouts couldn’t ever generate a healthy economy . In turn, you would breed a lazy society in which there is no reward for working hard.

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Clearly not on the same page of reality that Republicans are, Obama concluded, “That’s why I’m going to take action on my own wherever I can to grow our economy from the middle out, not the top down. To give every American who works hard a chance to get ahead.”

Feel free to let Obama know why his policy is so tunnel-visioned in the comments below.

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