Obama Declares Excessive Campaigning Causes Logjam Politics While At Campaign Fundraiser In Chicago

May 30, 2013 11:08 amViews: 2771

Obama's Chicago fundraiser


While Barack Obama will no longer be running for the office of President (we hope), he still campaigns for the liberal Socialist causes and politicians to implement those causes. So in his perpetual campaign mode on Wednesday he told attendees at a Democratic fundraiser in Chicago the solutions to many of the country's problems are clear, but of course it is the evil Republicans who are standing in the way of progress.

“We’ve got a politics that’s stuck right now,” President Obama said, “The reason it’s stuck is because people spend more time thinking about the next election than they do the next generation." Now that is quite the interesting statement coming from a President of the United States who spent his entire first term campaigning for his second term. And to top this hypocritical statement off, he said it while campaigning to raise money to implement his agenda through more Democrat politicians.

President Obama said he is still willing to work with Republicans who want to compromise (in other words, do exactly as he wants), but if he has to face continued conservative obstructionism motivated by what he said were efforts to score political points (and Obama never tries to score political points), he would have to find a way to work around them. Does he mean his unconstitutional Executive Orders?

Obama did go on to say that, "One way to do that is to have a Democratic House of Representatives" of course hinting at the 2014 election that politicians aren't supposed to be thinking so much about because politic are stuck, remember? These statements were made at his first of two fundraising stops while in Chicago.

Watch the first minute of the video below to see Obama lament that politics don't work because elected officials are doing exactly what he is doing, spending too much time worried about the next election.

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