Sunday, February 24, 2013

Woodward Follows Up on Obama's Sequester Idea

Yesterday, the Washington Post's Bob Woodward explained in his column, explaining his position in his book, The Price of Politics, that the 2011 Financial Sequester plan was indeed the idea of Barack Obama and former white House Chief of Staff,  Jack Lew.  The left-wing media was all in an uproar, including NBC's in-the-tank-for-the-Democrats, Chuck Todd., saying the Republicans are "begging" the media to say the sequester was the White House's idea, which it was.  Now Woodward may be starting to see the frustration in dealing with the lefts preponderance of white-washing history, as he once again had to explain to the useful idiots who was responsible for the original idea.  Do you have the feeling that when Woodward was basically re-writing the same column to explain to the petulant, stubborn and naive left that he was, at least in his own head, typing out those words very slowly?

"My extensive reporting for my book 'The Price of Politics' shows that the automatic spending cuts were initiated by the White House and were the brainchild of Lew and White House congressional relations chief Rob Nabors"


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