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Watchwoman: I’m not going to say a word. I think Obama said it all with, “If you love me, you’ve got to help me pass this bill.”   I mean, what can anyone add to that priceless piece from the nanny mommy in the White House! Meanwhile, I am chortling out loud!  This is one for the books!  Now if Clintooooooon, the Chief Executive of Sexual Scandal and Misconduct, had said, “If you love me, you’ve got to help me pass this bill,” well then, I’d certainly have had to comment.  But for Obama, my mouth is mute, my tongue is still.  Alas, there was a comment left by one using the handle, “OBAMATHEAGITATOR”.  For your amusement, I’ve included it below.  It’s little wonder that in NY the Dem’s lost a seat they’ve controlled since 1923 and that they lost another Dem stronghold in Nevada’s elections yesterday as well.  With comments like, “If you love me, you’ve got to help me pass this bill,” the R’s should do well in November 2012.

See yesterday’s Watchwoman’s post: “GOP smells blood in race to fill Weiner seat in N.Y.” located at http://blog.beliefnet.com/watchwomanonthewall/?p=7365     \

▬ Donna Calvin

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By Alicia M. Cohn

Obama promoted his jobs bill in North Carolina on Wednesday, the third stop on what White House press secretary Jay Carney has called a “campaign” for jobs.

Not for the first time, Obama called back to an audience member who shouted “I love you” with “I love you back.”

On Wednesday he added, “But if you love me you’ve got to help me pass this bill.”

The Obama administration isn’t holding back in its full-court campaign to pass the American Jobs Act. Obama’s speech at North Carolina State University in Raleigh is his third stop, following similar speeches in Virginia and Ohio, and the WhiteHouse.gov website now includes a banner that links to the bill.Obama used a copy of the America’s Jobs Act as a prop, as he’s done before, holding it up as he assigned “homework” to a crowd composed largely of college students, urging them to contact Congress and push them to pass his bill.

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What a narcissist we have as President. I’ve never in my entire 51 years ever heard a President or any leader make such a stupid comment. “If you love me”. I think I’ll go puke now. ughhhhhhhhhhhhh ! Obama is one creepy guy. BY OBAMATHEAGITATOR

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“Yes, we can,” he said, a return to his 2008 campaign slogan that brought loud cheers from the audience. Obama added, “We can pass this thing but we need Congress to do it.”Obama blasted Republicans in Congress, qualifying “not all Republicans; there are some who get it,” for resisting supporting the bill because they are afraid of handing a “win” to Obama.”Give me a win? Give me a break,” Obama said.”I get fed up with that kind of game playing and we’ve been seeing it for too long,” he said. “We’ve been grappling with a crisis for three years. Instead of getting people to rise up against bipartisanship in the spirit of working together, we’ve got people who are purposely dividing.”


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♦ Obama’s 2012 reelection stimulus
♦ Jobs bill would tax health benefits for wealthy
♦ White House says Obama would sign pieces of jobs package
♦ Dems fear payroll-tax holiday undermines Social Security
♦ House approves resolution opposing debt-ceiling hike


Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/181507-obama-if-you-love-me-youve-got-to-help-me-pass-this-bill

MORE INFORMATION – CNN Reports:

Republican Mark Amodei defeated Democrat Kate Marshall in special election to win Nevada House seat vacated after a senator’s admitted affair and resignation. Amodei won about 58 percent of the votes to represent Nevada’s 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House. Marshall garnered 36 percent of the votes. Former Sen. John Ensign resigned in May after admitting to having an extramarital affair with a staffer’s wife. Following the resignation, Republican Gov. Mark Sandoval appointed GOP Rep. Dean Heller to replace Ensign in the Senate.

GOP candidate Robert Turner wins special election for House seat vacated by former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner. The GOP captures the solidly Democratic seat for the first time since 1923 and may pose a threat to Democrats heading into the 2012 elections. Weiner resigned earlier this year over a sexting scandal he first lied about and later admitted to.

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