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The Obama Morning News || February 27, 2013

GOP to Obama: Sequester is happening . . . Fox News
Republicans may let Obama decide on cuts . . . Politico
WH moves toward aiding Syrian rebels . . . Washington Post
Woodward: Obama carrier decision “madness” . . . Politico
Hagel approved as Defense Secretary . . . Washington Times
Rubio courts Wall Street . . . Politico
Kerry’s travels on a bumpy first trip  . . . Wall Street Journal
Christie’s risky Obamacare move . . . Politico
Dems think they can bag Texas in 2016 . . . Daily Caller
Republican AGs: Obama misuses power . . . Washington Times

9 Responses to The Obama Morning News || February 27, 2013

  1. “Obama decide on cuts” ???? Since when did a President have the right to unilaterally decide what money is spent or not spent on? Have the GOP leaders lost their minds in this blatant game of chicken?

    • We can’t let the statists hijack conservatism the way they have the Democrat and Republican parties. The RINOs tried to accomplish just that in the 2012 Texas senate race between Dewhurst and Cruz. The independently wealthy Dewhurst created a phony conservative PAC (kinda like Rove’s Conservative Victory PAC) to make it look like he had support from conservatives. The RINOs failed in Texas and we need to make sure they fail nationally as well.

  2. “Republican AGs: Obama misuses power . . . Washington Times”

    In other news, the sun rises in the East, people die if they stop breathing, and a brick won’t hover in the air if you let it go.

    Of COURSE Obama misuses power! Thanks for stating the obvious. Question is, what are you going to DO about it?!?!

    The answer – to look at leading “Republicans” like Boehner and Sens. Mike Johanns of Nebraska, who holds Hagel’s old Senate seat, Thad Cochran of Mississippi, Richard Shelby of Alabama and Rand Paul of Kentucky – is “Nothing”.

    Obama will not be denied the least little thing by so-called Republicans. Not even a White, openly anti-Semetic turncoat who hates the military and publically bumbled his way through what should have been an embarassing (to him) and fatal (for his confirmation) hearing. Republicans are at best impotent; at worst, complicit with this America-hating President.

    Why even bring it up if you aren’t going to do anything about it? Do something about your OWN leadership, Republicans. THEN, maybe we could get something done about the MISleadership in the White House.