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Obama politicizes "SANDY" by "cutting red tape" he's against his own AGENDA???

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"Anything they need, we will be there," Obama said. "And we are going to cut through red tape.
We are not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules.
We want to make sure that we are anticipating and leaning forward."

Obama cancels Florida campaign trip, returns to DC | Tulsa World

So Obama ADMITS that red tape a lot of rules GET IN THE WAY??? IS he admitting that with the growing rules and regulations that the Obama administration has done that IMPEDES PROGRESS???

Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years
To put this in perspective, the growth rate in the first George W. Bush term — when he enjoyed one-party control of Washington for a couple of years as well — was 4.4%.
That was bad enough; by 2008, the annual compliance cost to the economy was $1.7 trillion, according to a 2010 Small Business Administration study.
If compliance costs increase at the same ratio as regulations, the Obama administration added nearly $126 billion in compliance costs in three years.
Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years « Hot Air

ARE THESE the "RED TAPE" Obama wants to be CUT????
 

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Oh shut up. We have a very real national emergency in progress. 50 or 60 million Americans are going to be affected by this disaster. And all you can do is try to make some kind of insane political point on it. Get a life, learn a bit about what really matters in life.
 

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"Anything they need, we will be there," Obama said. "And we are going to cut through red tape.
We are not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules.
We want to make sure that we are anticipating and leaning forward."

Obama cancels Florida campaign trip, returns to DC | Tulsa World

So Obama ADMITS that red tape a lot of rules GET IN THE WAY??? IS he admitting that with the growing rules and regulations that the Obama administration has done that IMPEDES PROGRESS???

Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years
To put this in perspective, the growth rate in the first George W. Bush term — when he enjoyed one-party control of Washington for a couple of years as well — was 4.4%.
That was bad enough; by 2008, the annual compliance cost to the economy was $1.7 trillion, according to a 2010 Small Business Administration study.
If compliance costs increase at the same ratio as regulations, the Obama administration added nearly $126 billion in compliance costs in three years.
Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years « Hot Air

ARE THESE the "RED TAPE" Obama wants to be CUT????

How about a ride on a little dinghy off the coast of NJ? Today?
 

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Oh shut up. We have a very real national emergency in progress. 50 or 60 million Americans are going to be affected by this disaster. And all you can do is try to make some kind of insane political point on it. Get a life, learn a bit about what really matters in life.

yah...but that's what she gets paid for.
 
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Where were you when this was "politicized"

That is the same Obama who, in 2005, called for a government that was “more serious, more somber” in dealing with both crises like hurricanes and what he called “systemic problems.” Obama also criticized Bush for not exhibiting a “greater sense of empathy” toward the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Obama’s “Katrina Moment?”
 

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"Anything they need, we will be there," Obama said. "And we are going to cut through red tape.
We are not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules.
We want to make sure that we are anticipating and leaning forward."

Obama cancels Florida campaign trip, returns to DC | Tulsa World

So Obama ADMITS that red tape a lot of rules GET IN THE WAY??? IS he admitting that with the growing rules and regulations that the Obama administration has done that IMPEDES PROGRESS???

Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years
To put this in perspective, the growth rate in the first George W. Bush term — when he enjoyed one-party control of Washington for a couple of years as well — was 4.4%.
That was bad enough; by 2008, the annual compliance cost to the economy was $1.7 trillion, according to a 2010 Small Business Administration study.
If compliance costs increase at the same ratio as regulations, the Obama administration added nearly $126 billion in compliance costs in three years.
Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years « Hot Air

ARE THESE the "RED TAPE" Obama wants to be CUT????

You must be a damned sick-minded individual to attempt to score political points out of a national emergeny!
 

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Oh shut up. We have a very real national emergency in progress. 50 or 60 million Americans are going to be affected by this disaster. And all you can do is try to make some kind of insane political point on it. Get a life, learn a bit about what really matters in life.
But, but her MessiahRushie told her it's all media hype! He said this is the weakest hurricane he's ever seen.
 

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Let's see what happens...

I suspect Republicans will be tossing the blame no mater what the outcome
 
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"Anything they need, we will be there," Obama said. "And we are going to cut through red tape.
We are not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules.
We want to make sure that we are anticipating and leaning forward."

Obama cancels Florida campaign trip, returns to DC | Tulsa World

So Obama ADMITS that red tape a lot of rules GET IN THE WAY??? IS he admitting that with the growing rules and regulations that the Obama administration has done that IMPEDES PROGRESS???

Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years
To put this in perspective, the growth rate in the first George W. Bush term — when he enjoyed one-party control of Washington for a couple of years as well — was 4.4%.
That was bad enough; by 2008, the annual compliance cost to the economy was $1.7 trillion, according to a 2010 Small Business Administration study.
If compliance costs increase at the same ratio as regulations, the Obama administration added nearly $126 billion in compliance costs in three years.
Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years « Hot Air

ARE THESE the "RED TAPE" Obama wants to be CUT????

How about a ride on a little dinghy off the coast of NJ? Today?

So IT is OK to have growing, burdensome RED TAPE and rules and regulations that the Obama administration currently has more than 4,000 federal regulations “in the pipeline which, if implemented, will impose costs of more than $515 billion on the U.S. economy.”
GOP ACTION REPORT: Rolling Back Red Tape to Help Small Businesses Create Jobs | Speaker.gov
 

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The President has already declared the affected areas disaster zones. He has directed all agencies that deal with this kind of emergency to have their personel and equipment in place. He is addressing the nation in about an hour.

The critizism of Bush was about primarily what occured after Katrina, not what occured before.
 

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Of course he's going to cut that pesky red tape.

Shit. Mans gotta look good doing something. He's getting shellacked on Libya, the economy, UE the debt and deficit.

Wonder if Sandy will generate votes for Barry boy??
 
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"Anything they need, we will be there," Obama said. "And we are going to cut through red tape.
We are not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules.
We want to make sure that we are anticipating and leaning forward."

Obama cancels Florida campaign trip, returns to DC | Tulsa World

So Obama ADMITS that red tape a lot of rules GET IN THE WAY??? IS he admitting that with the growing rules and regulations that the Obama administration has done that IMPEDES PROGRESS???

Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years
To put this in perspective, the growth rate in the first George W. Bush term — when he enjoyed one-party control of Washington for a couple of years as well — was 4.4%.
That was bad enough; by 2008, the annual compliance cost to the economy was $1.7 trillion, according to a 2010 Small Business Administration study.
If compliance costs increase at the same ratio as regulations, the Obama administration added nearly $126 billion in compliance costs in three years.
Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years « Hot Air

ARE THESE the "RED TAPE" Obama wants to be CUT????

You must be a damned sick-minded individual to attempt to score political points out of a national emergeny!

Then was Obama a "damned sick-minded individual" when he said:

That is the same Obama who, in 2005, called for a government that was “more serious, more somber” in dealing with both crises like hurricanes and what he called “systemic problems.” Obama also criticized Bush for not exhibiting a “greater sense of empathy” toward the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
 

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Oh well, the haters will hate, no matter what the circumstances. Sad comment on their mentality, says nothing at all about the governors or the president. Looks to me like the leaders involved, irregardless of party, are all taking this seriously and working together for the benefit of the citizens.
 

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"Anything they need, we will be there," Obama said. "And we are going to cut through red tape.
We are not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules.
We want to make sure that we are anticipating and leaning forward."

Obama cancels Florida campaign trip, returns to DC | Tulsa World

So Obama ADMITS that red tape a lot of rules GET IN THE WAY??? IS he admitting that with the growing rules and regulations that the Obama administration has done that IMPEDES PROGRESS???

Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years
To put this in perspective, the growth rate in the first George W. Bush term — when he enjoyed one-party control of Washington for a couple of years as well — was 4.4%.
That was bad enough; by 2008, the annual compliance cost to the economy was $1.7 trillion, according to a 2010 Small Business Administration study.
If compliance costs increase at the same ratio as regulations, the Obama administration added nearly $126 billion in compliance costs in three years.
Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years « Hot Air

ARE THESE the "RED TAPE" Obama wants to be CUT????

You must be a damned sick-minded individual to attempt to score political points out of a national emergeny!

Then was Obama a "damned sick-minded individual" when he said:

That is the same Obama who, in 2005, called for a government that was “more serious, more somber” in dealing with both crises like hurricanes and what he called “systemic problems.” Obama also criticized Bush for not exhibiting a “greater sense of empathy” toward the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

I'm not interested in your politics. Just pointing out what a fucking sick minded turd you are!
 

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Oh shut up. We have a very real national emergency in progress. 50 or 60 million Americans are going to be affected by this disaster. And all you can do is try to make some kind of insane political point on it. Get a life, learn a bit about what really matters in life.

Rumor has it Sandy was born in Kenya......
 

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If only Brownie were here......he would know what to do
 

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Again... tell me where it is political to ask if Obama want's to cut red tape and rules and regulations ONLY valid in times of emergencies???
I mean what distinguishes excessive red tape, rules and regulations that is keeping businesses from hiring people spending money in this unemployment emergency?
I bet there are people whose last unemployment check is this week and they are in a REAL emergency now!

Why not give the employers a "cut from red tape and rules and regulations" so they can hire people???
 

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"Anything they need, we will be there," Obama said. "And we are going to cut through red tape.
We are not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules.
We want to make sure that we are anticipating and leaning forward."

Obama cancels Florida campaign trip, returns to DC | Tulsa World

So Obama ADMITS that red tape a lot of rules GET IN THE WAY??? IS he admitting that with the growing rules and regulations that the Obama administration has done that IMPEDES PROGRESS???

Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years
To put this in perspective, the growth rate in the first George W. Bush term — when he enjoyed one-party control of Washington for a couple of years as well — was 4.4%.
That was bad enough; by 2008, the annual compliance cost to the economy was $1.7 trillion, according to a 2010 Small Business Administration study.
If compliance costs increase at the same ratio as regulations, the Obama administration added nearly $126 billion in compliance costs in three years.
Federal regulations increased 7.4% during Obama’s first three years « Hot Air

ARE THESE the "RED TAPE" Obama wants to be CUT????

You must be a damned sick-minded individual to attempt to score political points out of a national emergeny!



"We're coming down to the 11th hour. We're facing a violent storm," [Bill] Clinton said. He waited a beat, then added, "It's nothing compared to the storm we'll face if you don't make the right decision in this election."
Bill Clinton sneaks in before storm to boost Murphy | The Connecticut Mirror
 

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Rush just said that the Dems are politicizing the storm, "they'll politicize anything. It's sick."

Rush Limbaugh said that. You could cut the irony with a chainsaw.

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