- Repealing DOMA;
- Passing another DREAM Act;
- 'Reforming' Wall Street; and
- 'Investing' in schools.
Now, I'm not going to fall into the trap of getting sidelined discussing the merits of any or all of those proposals*. Instead, I'm going to ask: just how stupid does President Obama think Democrats are, anyway? From 2009 to 2011 the Democratic Party had between 256 to 258 votes in the House, and 57 to 60 in the Senate. If the President was such a blithering incompetent leader that he couldn't pass wish-list legislation then, in what alternate universe could anyone legitimately expect him to pass a similar list in any hypothetical future administration? - Because the Democrats aren't going to enjoy that kind of lopsided majorities in Congress again any time soon. In fact, starting next January they're probably not going to enjoy a majority in Congress at all.
You know, I'm used to the President lying to me. It's a thing. I've almost grown comfortable with it. But Obama lying to his own base is pretty darn low-rent of him. Especially since he's just doing it to get money out of them...
Moe Lane (crosspost)
*And, according to the Fox News article, the Romney campaign isn't taking the bait either.
Romney and the Republican National Committee, though, are sticking to the issues of the economy and spending. The Republican National Committee released a new web video Monday slamming Obama for his "broken promises" on deficits and debt.
Which is, of course, the right call to make.