Have you ever noticed that those hollering the loudest about others are usually the ones that are the guiltiest of doing the same thing themselves?
Starting back in early summer, the Democrats started pointing fingers and accusing Republicans of partisan politics. Oh, they yelled and hollered and pounded the podiums as they accused the GOP of being unwilling to work together for the good of the nation.
Those same Democrats, standing at the same podiums, then said that whatever the Republican controlled House passed would not even be considered by the Democratic controlled Senate. At one juncture, the House Republicans were in the process of re-writing their debt ceiling bill and its terms were not yet put to paper when Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid publicly stated that no matter what they (House Republicans) came up with, would not see the light of day in the Senate.
The old saying that history has a tendency to repeat itself is already being proven as the President, Harry Reid and other Democratic leaders have been pointing fingers at the Republicans concerning their unwillingness to pass the jobs bill. They are already placing all blame for failure squarely on the shoulders of the Republicans.
Even President Obama has laid the heavy weight of this bill on the backs of House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. If the jobs bill isn’t passed, then all of the unemployed in the nation will be their fault. Obama will accept no blame or responsibility for the high rate of unemployment if his jobs bill is not passed.
Just a week ago the President mocked Boehner by claiming the House Speaker was saying it was his way or no way. Obama said that kind of attitude is unacceptable and will only cause things to get worse in this country. Then only two or three breaths later, the President tells Boehner that he must pass the President’s jobs bill or else it will all be Boehner’s fault.
What Harry Reid and President Obama fail to tell the public is that the House has passed 12 jobs bills that have gone to the Senate. Eleven of those bills have never even been considered by the Democratic Senate. The Senate wouldn’t even look at most of the House’s jobs bills because they were written and passed by the House Republicans.
In other words, the Democrats are constantly telling the Republicans that it’s the Democrats’ way or no way while at the same time criticizing the Republicans for doing the very same thing.
Is must be part of the Democrat’s oath of office for all of them to swear to lie, accuse others of doing what they do and to be a hypocrite every chance they get.