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Pres. Obama and the House Dems: Let Mikey eat it

Posted by Mary Smith on July 15th, 2010
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House Democrats carried Pres. Obama’s senseless economic agenda and now face an almost certain bloodbath in the midterm elections. And the White House is, um, otherwise occupied.

“One House Democrat compared their relationship with the White House to the 1970s Life commercials starring ‘Mikey,’ the kid whose brothers trick him into eating the cereal,” The Washington Post reported in a must-read story today about the dysfunctional Dems in D.C. “‘And now, Mikey ate it and he’s choking on it, and there’s no appreciation.’”

Correction, us taxpayers enduring this charade are choking on it: on the overreach, on the arrogance, on the massive legislative logjams on health care, financial services and energy policy while both the national debt and the unemployment rate march on. In Colorado, U.S. Reps. Betsy Markey, Ed Perlmutter and John Salazar (not to mention appointed U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet) must wonder what was in that Obama bowl they so eagerly scarfed down.

At least when Mikey ate the cereal (see the video above) he got fed; not fed to the wolves.

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  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Mary Smith
    A co-founder of WhoSaidYouSaid.com, Mary has spent years in the trenches of political / policy warfare. A pundit for national issues analysis, including appearances on FOX, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC and others, she is best known for her fundraising prowess. Mary is an experienced advocate on behalf of compelling political candidates and important national issues. She is the former chairman of Denver County Republicans; the youngest chairmen ever to serve in Colorado, and has helped candidates in all regions of the country in statewide and congressional races. Mary was recognized as one of the Colorado Statesman’s “Fifty for the Future.”

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