While The Sorry Un-Presidential Republican Candidates Bicker, President Obama Signed The Payroll Tax Cut

While the Republican shame themselves with stupidity in the last nights’ Un-Presidential Debate, President Barack Obama signed the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 which extended the payroll tax cut and emergency jobless benefits through 2012.

The $143 billion measure will allow the 2 percent payroll tax cut extension that was signed into law late last year through the end of the 2012 year, extends unemployment benefits and avoid cuts in the reimbursements doctors get for treating Medicare patients. All of this is a continuous and crucial effort by the President to making sure America’s still-fragile economy is moving forward to never go back to the deepest recession we have recovered from.

If there is something President obama is best at, it would be his willingness to listen to the American people and his relentless effort to doing the right thing. In this case, he fought for a bill that will affect the lives of many working class Americans in a good way. This bill will give a middle class american family making $50,000 a year, an additional $80 to their paycheck. Listen to the stories Americans are telling:

Oh, about that Un-Presidential debate, I was hoping we will see a lot more of it but it just might be that there is only one debate left to go.

Alexandra Petri at the WashPost had this to say about these fools:

On their death beds, some people regret all those hours spent with their families when they could have gotten something done at the office. My greatest regret will be that I only got to spend somewhere in the neighborhood of fifty hours watching Republican primary debates.

And if you believe that, you definitely haven’t been watching.

GOP debates are like Mohicans. You always assume that there are going to be plenty more, and then one morning you turn around and there’s only one left. Of the three scheduled debates remaining, two have been canceled, and one isn’t feeling so well.

Can this be the end?


Perhaps this is not the end, or even the beginning of the end. But if it’s not the end of the beginning, I think I might rupture something.

Well, as much as it was entertaining to watch the Republican’s substance-less debate, one thing that was clear for the majority of Americans is that the winner of all these debates was President Obama without even saying a word. Things dont look good for Republicans come this November. If I am to predict about Republican voters, I don’t think they will even come out to vote holding their nose considering the bad blood between the tea party and the old school moderate Republicans. Regardless, I must say I have enjoyed watching these fools destroy their opponents to appeal to the most divisive sector of the Republican majority, the Racist KKK party.

Should I say it looks great for President Obama’s Re-election chance?

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4 Responses to While The Sorry Un-Presidential Republican Candidates Bicker, President Obama Signed The Payroll Tax Cut

  1. You might get a small chuckle from this. My Sis said this about PBO: “He’s just like that old Timex watch commercial, “Takes a lickin but still keeps tickin.” We’ve got to keep having his back while he just keeps on keeping on for the American people.

    OBAMA/BIDEN 2012 and more Dems in Congress!!!

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