Republicans Waiting Patiently for Obama at the Debt Limit Negotiating Table

The Wall Street Journal’s Daniel Henninger perfectly captured President Obama’s unique governing style this way: “The Obama modus operandi is reducible to this: I think, therefore you do.” That style is already on full display in the looming fight over the debt ceiling. For months President Obama and his top deputies have refused to negotiate.…
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Obama Misplayed His Hand in Sequester Debate

Recent budget negotiations between the White House and the House of Representatives has been much akin to a good game of poker. Unfortunately, House Republicans have often found themselves on the losing end, usually because they’ve been dealt a losing hand. But in the 2011 debt ceiling negotiations President Obama overplayed his hand. As Bob…
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Forget an "Economy Built to Last," We Want One Built to GROW

President Obama has tried to sell voters on his economic vision of an “America built to last.” It was a slogan that sounded awfully similar to one that Ford used in the past; ever the more ironic considering Ford was the only of the ‘big three’ auto companies that refused the government bailout. But that…
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