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Obama Administration accidental moment of honesty - admits government is too vast

Simply astounding - the Democrats claim that the answer to every problem is centralized solutions through the federal government. Under Barack Obama, the federal government has expanded at an alarming rate.

Yet, when entangled in series of serious scandals, Obama's chief strategist/senior advisor David Axelrod says 'the government is too vast for Obama to control'.

Uh...ya stupid. That's what conservatives have been saying for over 100 years now. It's so vast, it's full of waste, fraud, abuse, and corruption because nobody can keep an eye on it all. And now the Democrats are admitting that the one man with the most resources (not to mention responsibility) for keeping his eye on it all, can't.

Just wait until Obamacare kicks in! The Democrats have gotten their 'utopia' implemented at warp speed under Obama and it is unraveling at 2x's warp speed. It's unraveling so drastically, they can't help but let it slip in moments of unintended honesty.

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David Axelrod Admits "Government Is Too Vast" For Obama to Control

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner...else-buy-that’
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Too vast for the President to know everything that is going on inside it, that is. From The Corner:

The government is simply too big for President Obama to keep track of all the wrongdoing taking place on his watch, his former senior adviser, David Axelrod, told MSNBC. “Part of being president is there’s so much beneath you that you can’t know because the government is so vast,” he explained.

The link is worth following, if only because Axelrod gets hammered by Joe Scarborough for the backhoe-sized load of garbage he is dealing out.

Apparently, though, this is the excuse for corruption – government is too big to keep track of.

Which is entirely the point the Tea Party has been making for over four years: the federal government is just too big. It’s past time to shrink it back down to a manageable, constitutional size.

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Oops! David Axelrod spins for Obama, inadvertently makes case for smaller government

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Axelrod: How could Obama know what his underlings were doing when the government’s so big?

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well there's a real news flash.
Is there really anyone out there who believes that any POTUS can have his finger in every pie of the federal government?
Ranks right up there with "admitting" the sun is pretty far away.
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well there's a real news flash.
Is there really anyone out there who believes that any POTUS can have his finger in every pie of the federal government?
Ranks right up there with "admitting" the sun is pretty far away.
Then why do you idiot dumbocrat libtards insist on growing government? How about we shrink it to it's Constitutional size and the problem will be solved?

I love how you people create the problem, then complain about the problem the loudest, and then try to run from your own comments.
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well there's a real news flash.
Is there really anyone out there who believes that any POTUS can have his finger in every pie of the federal government?
Ranks right up there with "admitting" the sun is pretty far away.
So you agree with David Axelrod - the Tea Party has been correct all along and it's time to undo all Dumbocrat policy?
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well there's a real news flash.
Is there really anyone out there who believes that any POTUS can have his finger in every pie of the federal government?
Ranks right up there with "admitting" the sun is pretty far away.
Then why do you idiot dumbocrat libtards insist on growing government? How about we shrink it to it's Constitutional size and the problem will be solved?

I love how you people create the problem, then complain about the problem the loudest, and then try to run from your own comments.
I am not a democrat and I support efforts to reduce the size of government.
Froth somewhere else.
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God this is just GOLD! I love when dumbocrats are accidentally honest!

David Axelrod’s defense of Obama on IRS scandal: “The government is so vast”

David Axelrod's defense of Obama on IRS scandal: "The government is so vast" | The Daily Caller
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well there's a real news flash.
Is there really anyone out there who believes that any POTUS can have his finger in every pie of the federal government?
Ranks right up there with "admitting" the sun is pretty far away.
Then why do you idiot dumbocrat libtards insist on growing government? How about we shrink it to it's Constitutional size and the problem will be solved?

I love how you people create the problem, then complain about the problem the loudest, and then try to run from your own comments.
I am not a democrat and I support efforts to reduce the size of government.
Froth somewhere else.
You're not? That's funny - I've seen you in thread after thread supporting all things Dumbocrat. And even in this thread - you try to deflect just how significant Axelrod's moment of honesty was.
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well there's a real news flash.
Is there really anyone out there who believes that any POTUS can have his finger in every pie of the federal government?
Ranks right up there with "admitting" the sun is pretty far away.
Then why do you idiot dumbocrat libtards insist on growing government? How about we shrink it to it's Constitutional size and the problem will be solved?

I love how you people create the problem, then complain about the problem the loudest, and then try to run from your own comments.
Rottwseiller, why do you insist on proving your ignorance? Or do you simply think your lies won't be investigated?

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Simply astounding - the Democrats claim that the answer to every problem is centralized solutions through the federal government. Under Barack Obama, the federal government has expanded at an alarming rate.

Yet, when entangled in series of serious scandals, Obama's chief strategist/senior advisor David Axelrod says 'the government is too vast for Obama to control'.

Uh...ya stupid. That's what conservatives have been saying for over 100 years now. It's so vast, it's full of waste, fraud, abuse, and corruption because nobody can keep an eye on it all. And now the Democrats are admitting that the one man with the most resources (not to mention responsibility) for keeping his eye on it all, can't.

Just wait until Obamacare kicks in! The Democrats have gotten their 'utopia' implemented at warp speed under Obama and it is unraveling at 2x's warp speed. It's unraveling so drastically, they can't help but let it slip in moments of unintended honesty.

Absolutely priceless...

David Axelrod Admits "Government Is Too Vast" For Obama to Control

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner...else-buy-that’
Well..that's not what he said..that's what you folks are twisting it into through your right wing prism.

What was said, is that it is impossible for a President to control each and every person in the government.

First off..the LAW prohibits it.

Second off..any big organization DELEGATES responsibility in order to run efficiently.

You'd know that if you ever worked for a big outfit.
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Simply astounding - the Democrats claim that the answer to every problem is centralized solutions through the federal government. Under Barack Obama, the federal government has expanded at an alarming rate.

Yet, when entangled in series of serious scandals, Obama's chief strategist/senior advisor David Axelrod says 'the government is too vast for Obama to control'.

Uh...ya stupid. That's what conservatives have been saying for over 100 years now. It's so vast, it's full of waste, fraud, abuse, and corruption because nobody can keep an eye on it all. And now the Democrats are admitting that the one man with the most resources (not to mention responsibility) for keeping his eye on it all, can't.

Just wait until Obamacare kicks in! The Democrats have gotten their 'utopia' implemented at warp speed under Obama and it is unraveling at 2x's warp speed. It's unraveling so drastically, they can't help but let it slip in moments of unintended honesty.

Absolutely priceless...

David Axelrod Admits "Government Is Too Vast" For Obama to Control

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner...else-buy-that’
Well..that's not what he said..that's what you folks are twisting it into through your right wing prism.

What was said, is that it is impossible for a President to control each and every person in the government.

First off..the LAW prohibits it.

Second off..any big organization DELEGATES responsibility in order to run efficiently.

You'd know that if you ever worked for a big outfit.
How do you "twist" something that is on VIDEO? It's pretty hard to deny what the man said. You didn't watch the video, did you?
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Simply astounding - the Democrats claim that the answer to every problem is centralized solutions through the federal government. Under Barack Obama, the federal government has expanded at an alarming rate.

Yet, when entangled in series of serious scandals, Obama's chief strategist/senior advisor David Axelrod says 'the government is too vast for Obama to control'.

Uh...ya stupid. That's what conservatives have been saying for over 100 years now. It's so vast, it's full of waste, fraud, abuse, and corruption because nobody can keep an eye on it all. And now the Democrats are admitting that the one man with the most resources (not to mention responsibility) for keeping his eye on it all, can't.

Just wait until Obamacare kicks in! The Democrats have gotten their 'utopia' implemented at warp speed under Obama and it is unraveling at 2x's warp speed. It's unraveling so drastically, they can't help but let it slip in moments of unintended honesty.

Absolutely priceless...

David Axelrod Admits "Government Is Too Vast" For Obama to Control

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner...else-buy-that’
Well..that's not what he said..that's what you folks are twisting it into through your right wing prism.

What was said, is that it is impossible for a President to control each and every person in the government.

First off..the LAW prohibits it.

Second off..any big organization DELEGATES responsibility in order to run efficiently.

You'd know that if you ever worked for a big outfit.
But everything was Bush fault.

Another display of the hypocritical, intellectually bankrupt LOLberals.
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