“Republican leadership … chooses to filibuster our recovery”

by David Safier

From today's President's Weekly Address:

[T]he Republican leadership in the United States Senate chooses to filibuster our recovery and obstruct our progress

I like that language, a lot. As a matter of fact, I think the phrase "filibuster our recovery" is so good, it's worthy of Republican word-meisters. They're not filibustering this bill or that judicial appointment. They're filibustering the recovery of the nation.

Good stuff.

0 responses to ““Republican leadership … chooses to filibuster our recovery”

  1. Ah, Mr. Obama. He has only three more months to persuade voters that it is all the Republicans fault. I don’t see a snappy line like the one above doing the trick. But don’t let that keep you from HOPE-ing that the Democrats can’t change a sow’s ear into a silk purse before November.

    At least US voters can be proud of the accomplishments of the US Army in Afghanistan over the last 1.75 years. I hear that they continue to win the hearts and minds of Afghanistan residents on a daily basis. At a mere cost of $1,000,000 per soldier per year. I wonder what country the US government can persuade next? I imagine we could probably win over North Korea for a lot less by bombing them with canned corn.


    Disclaimer: Some may find the above comment to be satirical or even cynical.