Leaving the heavy lifting to others is the hallmark of this president.
“At this morning’s national prayer breakfast in Washington D.C., President Obama made a birther joke.
Calling once again for a return to civility in politics, the president declared that civility is “not a sign of weakness” and that he’s “the first to confess I’m not always right.”
“Surely you can question my policies without questioning my faith,” the president said, pausing for a few seconds before adding, “or, for that matter, my citizenship.”
The crowd laughed and applauded.”
“I need you to go out and talk to your friends and talk to your neighbors. I want you to talk to them whether they are independent or whether they are Republican. I want you to argue with them and get in their face.“
[...] Related - I'll ask this question Howie Carr-style: why the bleep is Paul Kirk still voting in the Senate? Brown's certification was signed this morning. Kirk voted to confirm an Obama nominee just after noon. Precedent and history seem to indicate that he can't do that. Aren't any Senate Republicans going to make noise about this? [...]
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