Obama: If You Love Me You Gotta Help Me Pass This Bill

Comment by Jim Campbell
What’s next?  Are you going to dig up Tammy Faye Baker and little Jimmy to ask us to send in love donations to secure your election?  Allah may like you but God doesn’t.
Oh please. ‘ If you love me help me pass your bill?’  Dude your wife doesn’t even love you, why would she? Apparently you have had such a serious break with reality that you are so unaware that two out of three voters don’t approve of you and that doesn’t include me who thinks you completely suck. It might be a good idea to  ask congress to relieve you of your duties under section 3 of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment to the Constitution. That way you can quit embarrassing yourself and all Americans.
Please count on it that I’ll be turning myself in again today on your tip line to remind your staff that I said you completely suck. 
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

US President Barack Obama told fired up supporters Wednesday that if they loved him, they must help pass his jobs bill, injecting more urgency into his push for key legislation.

Obama hit another key 2012 electoral swing state, North Carolina, to hike pressure on Republicans over his $447 billion American Jobs Act which is designed to jolt the economy and ease 9.1 percent unemployment.

One supporter from the raucous crowd shouted to Obama that they loved him, and in a standard response from his 2008 campaign he replied “I love you back” then added a new twist.

“If you love me, you’ve got to help me pass this bill,” Obama said, repeating the line to more cheers.

Obama’s appeal may work with his supportive political base, but will cut little ice with Republicans seeking to exploit his diminished job approval ratings which are at 44 percent in a RealClearPolitics average of recent polls.

The president, on the latest leg of what aides say will be a months-long tour to promote the bill, also complained that some Republicans were against the legislation because they wanted to deprive him of a political victory.

“Give me a win? Give me a break” Obama said, during his pared down stump speech which is peppered with demands that Republicans “pass this bill.”

Republicans however are increasingly dismissing the jobs plan as a political stunt, complaining Obama proposes to finance it by reducing itemized deductions for Americans earning over $200,000 a year and closing corporate tax breaks.

They have said that they are interested in some aspects of the bill which is weighted towards payroll tax cuts and includes infrastructure spending, but may pass those pieces separately, not in the whole bill as Obama demands.

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2 thoughts on “Obama: If You Love Me You Gotta Help Me Pass This Bill

  1. He’s putting a lot of people to work by his travels. Part of his damning America agenda.

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