Well, don't hold your breath, my friend. Boehner is a weakling with little strngth of character. I only wish he would respond as Paul Thoen would. Loved the song. I feel that way myself somedays, but gave up that approach to solving problems a life time ago.
Yeah, we all feel like that song sometimes, though some people wouldn't admit it. Of course, if you're a boxer, it's a lot easier to say, and mean it. I hope this guy has his head on straight. I know a couple of boxers whose heads are not anymore.As for your nickname for Geithner, I don't get the joke. This guy has been a titan of American capitalism for quite a while now. John Boehner, on the other hand, has been among the weakest, most ineffective majority leaders in many years. In fact, I notice the GOP response in general to Geithner's proposal has been utterly without any substance whatsoever.JMJ
Oh, and that all said, I am no fan of Geithner's and neither are ANY liberals I know of. He's just another Paulson - and I don't recall Boehner ever standing up to him. Typical phony, hypocrite Republican.JMJ
@I don't get the jokeGiven his pomposity and arrogance, the diminutive seemed most appropriate.@I notice the GOP response in general to Geithner's proposal has been utterly without any substance whatsoever.I would counter that the proposal itself was utterly ridiculous and without any substance whatsoever. Further more, I would say the administration knew it was a non-starter and did it for reasons other than purposes of negotiation.The offer was in essence a big F UGreat way to start a negotiation.
Statism all around. Getting difficult to distinguish which major party is the most statist friendly. Probably it's a toss up.
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