Unlike you, I could care less what party these folks are.
I would sure say that Woodward isn't a republican! Do you really think he would have ever worked for the Post all these years if he was?
He was said to have had a "portable center." In this way he is a kindred spirit of many of the posters on this forum who seek safety by morphing their positions when called out like an amoeba changes its shape.
See video below of Oama flip flopping.....When he first insisted he would force sequestration and recently when sequestration would lead to the loss of 800,000 jobs. He's a clown without a clue!
We got us an admitted Rushophile!!! A dittohead! Fab! Most have slunk off, good for you! Embrace the hillbilly heroin hero!
He knows how to deliver a fear message to the uninformed voters, which are plentiful.
Rep. K. Michael “Mike” Conaway (R-TX) has been among the most vocal critics of federal spending, claiming that massive cuts would actually create more jobs. But as he publicly pushed to stop “wasteful government spending,” he privately lobbied the National Park Service to turn the childhood home of former President George W. Bush into a National Park. . .
http://thinkprogress.org/politics/20...hildhood-home/Conaway's rise through politics was made possible largely thanks to one man: his longtime friend George W. Bush. Conaway served as the chief financial officer of Arbusto/Bush Exploration in the 1980s. Now Conaway is the lawmaker from Texas' 11th district, which includes Midland, Bush's boyhood home.
Conaway, a former CPA, CFO and, thanks to an appointment by then-Gov. Bush, former chairman of Texas's State Board of Accountancy, has brought his financial expertise to Capitol Hill. He has made reducing the national debt one of his primary issues, introducing "No New Programs" legislation that would require funding for new programs come from cuts to old ones. Unlike many Republicans, Conaway has also targeted the military for funding cuts.
I support it. It is a suicide plan and the only way to stop a suicide is to push someone off a building and hope 1/2 way down they realize their error.
Barry has the lame street media so deep in his pocket that he can go on tv and lie about the sequester being his idea. Lie, Lie,Lie and gets away with it for the past....well fill in your own timeline.
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