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MONDAY, JAN 28, 2013  |  15 comments  |  1 commentary
Obama blames Fox News and Rush Limbaugh

“If a Republican member of Congress is not punished on Fox News or by Rush Limbaugh for working with a Democrat on a bill of common interest, then you’ll see more of them doing it,” he said. “I think John Boehner genuinely wanted to get a deal done, but it was hard to do in part because his caucus is more conservative probably than most Republican leaders are, and partly because he is vulnerable to attack for compromising Republican principles and working with Obama.”

The president argued that “the more left-leaning media outlets recognize that compromise is not a dirty word” and that party leaders, including Senate Majority Harry Reid and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, are “willing to buck the more absolutist-wing elements in our party to try to get stuff done.” ...


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News Item8/24/17 2:47 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Mike of New York, I appreciate the report on the latest doings of Rush. As you have probably already figured out I'm about as interested in him as you are in David Brooks. David is only on TV once a week as far as I know and that is on the PBS NewsHour on Fridays. He's on the segments called Shields and Brooks. needless to say Mark Shields is not a republican at all moderate or otherwise. So they've been on there for quite a few years and provide quite a bit of entertainment. I think a week or so ago I heard one segment of them or they never mention President Trump in a unflattering light. You probably gather this was quite a novelty, to the point where I even took notice.
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News Item8/23/17 4:38 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | How well they fib  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
Mike wrote:
rather hear a smooth lie
EXample-
Whittaker Chambers'
Witness
to deluded love of lies defending Hiss.
"No feature of the Hiss Case is more obvious,or more troubling as history,than the jagged fissure, which it did not so much open as reveal, between the plain men and women of the nation, and those who affected to act,think and speak for them. It was, not invariably, but in general, the "best people" who were for Alger Hiss and who were prepared to go to almost any length to protect and defend him. It was the enlightened and the powerful, the clamorous proponents of the open mind and the common man, who snapped their minds shut in a pro-Hiss psychosis, of a kind which, in an individual patient, means the simple failure of the ability to distinguish between reality and unreality, and, in a nation, is a warning of the end."
"It was the great body of the nation,which, not invariably, but in general, kept open its mind in the Hiss Case, waiting for the returns to come in. It was they who suspected what forces disastrous to the nation were at work in the Hiss Case,and had suspected that they were at work long before there. was a Hiss Case,while most of the forces of enlightenment were poohpoohing the Communist danger."
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News Item8/23/17 4:03 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well, admittedly, David Brooks is not a Reactionary In Name Only. He also covers a lot of topics besides President Trump, though like Limbaugh, he can have overkill, https://tinyurl.com/ycheyhku (What Moderates Believe) (Good commentary -- but note hostile to Trump, for you Trump fans out there, you again have been warned) and he has comments on Congress The G.O.P. Rejects Conservatism from which,
David Brooks wrote:
There is a structural flaw in modern capitalism. Tremendous income gains are going to those in the top 20 percent, but prospects are diminishing for those in the middle and working classes. This gigantic trend widens inequality, exacerbates social segmentation, fuels distrust, and led to *****

Conservative income redistribution doesn’t look like liberal redistribution. Conservatives tend to like their redistribution done at the local level, and they like to use market-friendly mechanisms, like child tax credits, mobility vouchers and wage subsidies. But the intent is the same: to give those who are struggling more security and opportunity.

Conservative redistribution extends to health care....

Ah, **** I might put "the name" back in,
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News Item8/22/17 9:10 PM
Ignominious Emirakan | Living lying  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
Mike wrote:
1. Yes, whenever needed. And criticizes Repubs in congress as well. He's a conservative, and has no use for ruling class Republicans.
2. David Brooks is the expert on moderates, grant you that. But who in today's world would want to be that limp-wristed?
As for eloquence, speaking fluent nonsense is not exactly an attribute. My wife and I were watching some news today, where it was said Trump's critics hate his crude simplistic speech, and compared it to Obama's smooth manner. I mentioned people would rather hear a smooth lie, than a rough truth. Still holds true, doesn't it?
Tell me lies
Tell me sweet little lies
(Tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies)
Oh, no, no you can't disguise
(You can't disguise, no you can't diguise)

Tell me lies
Tell me sweet little lies
(Tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies)
Oh, no, no you can't disguise
(You can't disguise, no you can't disguise)
Tell me lies
Tell me sweet little lies
(Tell me, tell me lies)

People get rich singing lies

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GL3p3lndjbw

Others parody the lies..,

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News Item8/22/17 7:41 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
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1. Does he criticize a Republican President?

2.Now, David Brooks' favorite target is President Trump. Now I'm not going to use him as one, but then Mr. Brooks is quite eloquent, and perhaps your yearning for the days for a person to point out where the top man is going wrong? Well, Dave is your man, and he will have a more sophisticated way of doing it than Rush.
The articles I put up by David Brooks are hot off the press, especially the one on Moderates, done today I think? or at least dated today.
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1. Yes, whenever needed. And criticizes Repubs in congress as well. He's a conservative, and has no use for ruling class Republicans.

2. David Brooks is the expert on moderates, grant you that. But who in today's world would want to be that limp-wristed?

As for eloquence, speaking fluent nonsense is not exactly an attribute. My wife and I were watching some news today, where it was said Trump's critics hate his crude simplistic speech, and compared it to Obama's smooth manner. I mentioned people would rather hear a smooth lie, than a rough truth. Still holds true, doesn't it?

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News Item8/22/17 5:41 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Mike of N.Y., i.E., brought up on another thread about limpy Limbough, Rush not Dave, which brought to mind how Rush, like a one note samba starting to harp somewhere in his program about Wild Billy Clinton. Apparently he did it for Obama as well. He must really ring his hands when there's a Republican in office. Does he criticize a Republican President?

Now, David Brooks' favorite target is President Trump. Now I'm not going to use him as one, but then Mr. Brooks is quite eloquent, and perhaps your yearning for the days for a person to point out where the top man is going wrong? Well, Dave is your man, and he will have a more sophisticated way of doing it than Rush.

The articles I put up by David Brooks are hot off the press, especially the one on Moderates, done today I think? or at least dated today. I think I put a warning for people who don't want to read criticism of Trump so they can avoid it and the other recent article by him doesn't mention Trump at all.

Also I put up where you can read many of Dave Woods editorials. For people such as yourself who can read above a 5th grade level it will give you something to look at instead of listening to Rush, whom I assume (no doubt rightly( hasn't changed.

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News Item8/22/17 4:37 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
... Limbaugh belongs to a political party and Brooks is a moderate ....Billy Clinton - - ..... David Brooks, is much more erudite. President, ....Limbaugh ...Clinton. For (What Moderates Believe] So, a good editorial if you can get by the comments on President Trump.

I assume Limbaugh kept harping about Obama also, and like Clinton I bet he helped him get a second term also.

What's your point in posting a 4 year old article? Not enough new stuff for you to twist? Or is it perhaps a way to comment on Trump by pretending not to, by posting what someone else has to say about him? I like your transparency, Jim. Keep it up.
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News Item8/22/17 12:39 PM
ladybug  Contact via emailFind all comments by ladybug
Keep pushing that liberal agenda, which includes seeking to cause division, Jim Lincoln.

You sure do have a keen interest in the Dems, but you are independent right?

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News Item8/22/17 11:04 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Now these men don't have very much in common, I don't even know if Limbaugh belongs to a political party and Brooks is a moderate Republican. But thinking about the incessant attack he did on Billy Clinton - -I stopped listening to him during that time. He was like a whining mosquito, that --almost--made me feel sorry for Wild Billy. They both can run their attacks into the ground.

Now David Brooks, is much more erudite. He has a much more range and is more like a symphony orchestra, unfortunately when it comes to our present President, he is just as consistent as Limbaugh was with Clinton. For example, https://tinyurl.com/ycheyhku (What Moderates Believe) So, a good editorial if you can get by the comments on President Trump. One good thing he talked about other things besides politics such as, Why Fathers Leave Their Children where Trump isn't blamed for anything or even mentioned For more of his excellent editorials, https://www.nytimes.com/column/david-brooks

I assume Limbaugh kept harping about Obama also, and like Clinton I bet he helped him get a second term also.

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News Item1/29/13 10:15 PM
Mr b  Find all comments by Mr b
Just like a leftist commie democrat. Cry , point the finger, whine, and complain. This guy is a disgrace. He needs to quietly go away.
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News Item1/28/13 5:35 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
From the news: "The president argued that “the more left-leaning media outlets recognize that compromise is not a dirty word” and that party leaders, including Senate Majority Harry Reid and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, are “willing to buck the more absolutist-wing elements in our party to try to get stuff done.”

But Reid and Pelosi ARE among the absolutist-wing, uncompromising elements. Just like the president. In fact most of the Democrat party is absolutist-wing and uncompromising. They continue moving left, and consider it uncompromising when everyone who disagrees doesn't follow them.

The reason the House is less willing to follow is easy to understand. They run for office every 2 years, therefore they can't stray as far away from the will of the people as the president and the Senate can. That should tell us something.

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News Item1/28/13 2:31 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, S.F. John, and we use to agree on so many things! But oh, well, Are Republicans the 'stupid party'? and unfortunately since they turned the party over to border-line Cretins Dixicrats making them Dixiecans--the answer is a resounding yes. Really, there are Lessons Conservatives Need to Learn (by the way by a conservative writer) and Boehner: Obama administration wants to 'annihilate' GOP.

See S.F. John how helpful I am pointing out the stupidity of the present day Republican party.

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News Item1/28/13 1:48 PM
Chris Perver | N. Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by Chris Perver
Obama should stop that bloviating and remember that the spin stops here! Nobody gets punished on the Factor who doesn't deserve it.
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News Item1/28/13 1:39 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Dems hate feisty opposition. They're more accustomed to getting there way with Repubs on most issues in the past because past Repubs have been "softer" than the ones we have now.
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News Item1/28/13 9:23 AM
Jimmy Weber | Iowa  Contact via emailFind all comments by Jimmy Weber
It always has to be someone else's fault. It certainly be because he was pushing way too far and refusing to compromise himself.
I've seen no compromise from Pelosi or Reid. Look at Obamacare to see how Reid, Pelosi, and Obama compromise.
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