I love Ms. Jaz’s rendition of this Classic.
By Jueseppi B.
It’s Barack’s House!
The next 53 days are crucial. That’s how much time Washington has to come together to stop taxes from going up for 114 million middle class families. That’s how much time we have to figure out the right way to begin to get our deficits under control.
There are 53 days left to find a solution that stops taxes from going up on 140 million American families and helps us reduce our nation’s deficits in a smart and responsible way.
“I’m committed to solving our fiscal challenges,” he said. “But I refuse to accept any approach that isn’t balanced. I am not going to ask students and seniors and middle-class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me, making over $250,000, aren’t asked to pay a dime more in taxes. I’m not going to do that.”
In the days and weeks ahead, the President plans to reach out to members of Congress, labor and business leaders, and citizens from all walks of life to gather ideas and input.
In fact, next week, he’s invited leaders from both parties to come to the White House to begin discussing solutions. But he intends for those conversations to unfold with a minimal amount of drama.
“What the American people are looking for is cooperation,” he said. “They’re looking for consensus. They’re looking for common sense. Most of all, they want action. I intend to deliver for them in my second term, and I expect to find willing partners in both parties to make that happen.”
President Obama Discusses Growing the Economy and Reducing the Deficit
It’s STILL Barack’s House & YOU Will Play By Barack’s Rules!
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This is a MUST SEE and a MUST SHARE!!! Thank you Ms. Kstreet607 and The Fifth Column
Originally posted on The Fifth Column:
This is outrageous but predictable from a bunch of adult children who are used to having things their way.
These people need to get over it. Democracy won, they lost. End of story.
I hope the Secret Service is paying close attention to the gathering of “nuts” out there…
By Jueseppi B.
Tune In Live to Watch President Obama
This afternoon, at 1:05 PM EST, President Obama will talk about the action we need to take to keep America‘s economy growing — while at the same time reducing our deficits. We’ll stream the event live on WhiteHouse.gov/live, and you should tune in.
Here are the details:
- What: President Obama talks about growing the economy and reducing the deficit
- When: 1:05 PM EST on Friday, November 9
- Where: Watch on WhiteHouse.gov/live
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Sandy Recovery Efforts Continue as Latest Storm Moves On
Despite the arrival of another storm, hurricane recovery efforts continue throughout the Northeast. For DOT, this means working with state and local officials to help commuters get where they need to go and ensure families have access to housing and other resources.
FEMA Works with State and Local Officials to Prepare Region for Nor’easter
FEMA currently has more than 5,100 personnel working alongside state and local partners. It is supporting disaster response and recovery operations throughout the areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
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