Can the GOP Avoid Obama’s Trap? The Teri O’Brien Show-12/2/12

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Once again, Barack Hussein Obama demonstrates his contempt for the rule of law, the Constitution and separation of powers, with a laughable proposal to solve the “crisis” of the “fiscal cliff.” Is it just me, or does anyone else see Barry giving the country the finger and setting a trap to destroy the Republican party?

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Hilarious “Spinal Tap”-like exchange between Fox New Sunday’s Chris Wallace and Tim “Turbo Tax” Geithner, Barack Obama’s designated point person on taxes. Who better? He can really pick ‘em, can’t he? Political hack Susan “I was just reading talking points” Rice on the murder of four Americans in Benghazi. Now Timmah to try to sell as $1.6 trillion tax increase.

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George Stephanapolous asks a silly, non-sequiter question about “hope” in the political system. Idiots Steven Rattner and Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn) provide requisite stupid answer.

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