Obama: ‘Wild-Eyed Socialist Ronald Reagan’ Supported Buffett Rule

The only “wild-eyed” person I see is the dude on the left.  :P

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During the WH Press Briefing Jay Carney claims that Obama never argued that Buffett Tax would solve our debt issue. (April 11, 2012)

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Jay Carney Gets Upset Because He Can’t Answer Question About Dems Not Passing Budget

On Special Report (Fox News): White House Press Secretary Jay Carney gets frustrated with Bret Baier over questions about the lack of a Democratic budget in the Senate (April 3, 2012)

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Krauthammer On Why Americans Hate Obamacare: It’s Not the Advertising It’s the Dogfood

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Charles Krauthammer disputed Jay Carney’s explanation today on why Obamacare is so unpopular in America today. Jay Carney insisted that it was because of the advertising spent against the Democrat’s bill. Krauthammer countered, “That’s nonsense. It’s not the advertising, it’s the dogfood.”

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