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shows what type of character u have. the job isnt about you feeling good or being happy with who u have to work with. their job is as a servant to the people. they are supposed to be there fighting for us, whether thats with a lunatic or a genius u go and sit down and try to get stuff done. suck it up and be an adult. im really starting to think we need 2 years mandatory service in the military so people can have their egos smashed
That really only leaves the democrats to do what is necessary to fix the US for the benefits majority of its citizens..
That is what I am showing. He is their 'boss' as they work under him for us
They do work for him. I understand separation of power but if you do not think that the POTUS is the 'boss' of the country you are deluded yourself. His job is the Legislative Leader of the country.
originally posted by: MOMof3
a reply to: DanDanDat
Yeah here we go again. You mean you want the Democrats to save the republicans again. Their horrible tax cuts will increase the debt and deficit by trillions. Then republicans will cry cut cut cut entitlements and blame democrats. Only when democrats are spending the money, then the debt matters again.
Those investors on CNBC disgust me with their hypocrisy.
"Given that the President doesn't see a deal between Democrats and the White House, we believe the best path forward is to continue negotiating with our Republican counterparts in Congress instead," Pelosi and Schumer said in their joint statement. "Rather than going to the White House for a show meeting that won't result in an agreement, we've asked (Senate Majority Leader Mitch) McConnell and (House Speaker Paul) Ryan to meet this afternoon."
"Rather than going to the White House for a show meeting that won't result in an agreement, we believe the best path forward is to continue negotiating with our Republican counterparts in Congress instead