“Fiesty” Obama Calls GOP “Crazies”, Attacks Koch Brothers

Is it any wonder I call Obama “not my president”? Has there ever been a US president who has attacked his political opponents in such a personal and degrading manner? Has Obama ever considered that people find no reason to work with him when he attacks them in such a manner? Of course, it is interesting that he refuses to attack enemies, such as Iran and its leaders, in such a manner

(AP) President Barack Obama is putting people on notice: He’s back from vacation feeling “refreshed, renewed, recharged” — and “a little feisty.”

He immediately showed his feisty side.

At a Democratic fundraiser Monday night in Nevada, Obama declared himself ready for the challenges he faces this fall in dealing with a Republican Congress that disagrees with him on the budget, energy policy, education and much more.

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Obama said that as he’d ridden to the fundraiser with Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, they’d done some reminiscing and spent some time “figuring out how we are going to deal with the crazies in terms of managing some problems.”

He spent quite a bit of time attacking the GOP, especially the duly elected majority in Congress. Great way to entice them to work with Obama, wouldn’t you say?

But Obama spoke at length about his differences with the GOP Congress. And he lamented that “too often, our political debates are not about what’s best for the country but what’s best for the next election.”

Self-awareness fail: he was at a Democratic fundraiser. Neither Obama nor Reid are running for re-election, yet, they seem to be thinking about what’s best for the next election, rather than what’s best for the country.

He also attacked, yet again, the Koch Brothers, private citizens both

(Fox News) President Obama accused critics of his energy policies of trying to restrict consumers from accessing solar power, wind power and other alternative energy sources at a green energy conference in Las Vegas Monday night.

The president specifically singled out billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, who are major donors to Republican political candidates. He accused them, along with “big fossil fuel interests” and “conservative think tanks”, of ideological inconsistency, saying that they champion free market solutions except when the free market boosts renewable energy.

“It’s one thing if you’re consistent in being free market,” Obama said. “It’s another thing when you’re free market until it’s solar that’s working and people want to buy and suddenly you’re not for it anymore. That’s a problem.”

I wonder if Obama will attack George Soros, one of the main patrons of the Democratic Party, who just bought quite a bit of stock in several coal companies. As for free market, solar and wind would not survive without massive subsidies and loans and grants and such from Government.

By the way, this fundraiser was also about “clean energy” and “climate change”, yet he fired up fossil fueled Air Force 1 to fly to Las Vegas, along with the typical 18 fossil fueled vehicles motorcade.

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