Baracka Claus’ Opening Bid Proves That He Wants to Take His Sleigh Over the Fiscal Cliff

He’s campaigning. He’s still campaigning. He’s at the Tinkertoy factory in Hatfield, Pennsylvania. He’s out talking to people about what kind of country we want to be. What kind of country we want to leave to our kids, our grandkids, our great-grandkids, and the immigrants. What kind of country do we want to leave. He’s still campaigning for this debt deal. You know, the election’s over. He won.

Folks, if we ever needed any proof of what I have been saying for the last couple of days, that it’s true, we got it yesterday. That ridiculous opening bid. It was presented by Timothy Geithner, and it’s definitive proof that Obama actually wants to go over the financial cliff. As we were told, his offer has twice the tax increases that he ran on. He ran for reelection on a tax plan that would raise $800 billion.

By the way, you mighta heard about this. Geithner went up and presented the plan to Mitch McConnell, and Mitch McConnell just started laughing. I talked to Senator McConnell today, and he was still laughing. I pick up the phone and say, “Hi, Rush Limbaugh,” and there’s this guy laughing on the other end of the line. He’s still laughing about the proposal, $1.6 trillion in new taxes. He wants a new stimulus, and they want a permanent debt limit that they control. The White House, the regime, wants to be able to raise the debt limit to whatever they want without Congress being involved. And they can’t understand why there’s any opposition for this.



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