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Washington (CNN) -- Facing a trio of possible scandals that threaten to overwhelm his second term agenda, President Barack Obama on Thursday rejected calls for a special counsel to investigate Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative groups and declared he would fix any problems in government.
A light rain suddenly turned heavier when Obama began speaking, symbolizing his political woes that prompted him to make a trio of moves this week intended to regain the momentum or at least halt the damage.
Originally posted by watchitburn
reply to post by NewAgeMan
I also tend to agree with Caladonea on the distraction point of view. Fast and Furious has all but been forgotten, No body is crying about the economy lately, The Monsanto protection act seems to have completely fallen off the radar.
Originally posted by Danbones
problem reaction solution
now that it is obama's last term
they will decimate his administration with scandals
look for a republican majority in the next election
same same here for hiel harper
only we will get liebarrels