BREAKING: Obama Rejects Yet ANOTHER GOP Compromise

From Capitalism Institute

The GOP moved forward with an even more powerful compromise than before, andObama rejected it. At this point, it should be obvious that Obama doesn’t want any form of negotiating —he’s serious. He’ll make us default if he doesn’t get 100% of what he wants.

This shows that Obama doesn’t want congress to have any kind of leverage — or “checks and balances” — over his ability to continue with his agenda. Given his history of “bypassing” congress, it’s clear he just wants essentially dictator powers.

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How pathetic. The GOP must stand strong. They’ve gone beyond the realm of compromise — even to the point of partially surrendering — and Obama has rejected it. Fine. Let him own the shutdown. It’s his creation.

Here’s what the LA Times reports:

Speaker John A. Boehner told House Republicans on Saturday that the WhiteHouse has rejected their compromise proposal to lift the nation’s debt ceiling and possibly reopen the government, while blaming President Obama for failing to negotiate in good faith.

Rep. John Fleming (R-La.) said that Boehner (R-Ohio) told his rank-and-file in a closed-door meeting that, in retrospect, it was “obvious” that Obama “had no intention of negotiating with us in good faith.”

Asked to characterize the mood of his party members as they left the meeting, Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Ariz.) said, “People are incredulously mystified.”

Saturday’s statements from House Republicans marked a potential a step backward one day after both parties expressed cautious optimism that negotiations were on a path toward compromise.

The media is LYING about what’s happening, and refuses to tell the truth about Obama’s complete refusal to compromise.