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Daley: Obama Has Not Spoken To Boehner "In A Few Days"

In an interview with CNN's "The Situation Room" anchor Wolf Blitzer Thursday, Daley said of Obama, "He's not spoken to the speaker in a few days."

"The truth is it looks as though the Speaker is engaged in putting together his bill and getting votes for his bill."

Obama, who addressed the nation on Monday, has not made any public appearances since then.

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Added: Jul-28-2011 Occurred On: Jul-28-2011
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Tags: obama, daley, economy, disengaged, debt crisis, budget, democrat fail, gop, stalemate
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  • No, he's delegated that to his bitch Harry Reid.

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  • If the congress were an american household they would be out on the street begging for change in a week.

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  • Obama has no plan, he wants to stuff this problem up everyone elses ass like they don't want to participate in our countries recovery and he is to willing to throw his own party under the bus to save his own ass. He is a coward and it's very apparent that he can't manage anything at all much less his job duties which affect everyone in America and in turn the world.

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    • @killingforgod The Republicans refuse to allow tax increases to be part of the budget. They are necessary. All cuts to the poor and down trodden so long as big business can keep its tax breaks.

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  • LOL and Ohbummer campaigned on he was a uniter...BWWWWWWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  • For God sakes, just get it done...

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    • @ElegantDecline
      Just out of curiosity...why do you care? You're not an American citizen much less a voter. Is it that agonizing for you?

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    • @BIES Matters a lot...I work in a sector close to Financial Services (Investment Banks), and the uncertainty is extremely damaging to confidence

      Never been a fan of the EU, but I think they showed you boys how to get this stuff done last week.

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    • @ElegantDecline OK..just wondering what your stake in all this was..thanks.

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  • The Republicans can't even agree among themselves whats good for the country. It's more likely that they are going to take a hard, political hit on this one more so than the Democrats. Boehner didn't bark at the Tea Party Republicans, "Get you asses in line," for nothing. He knows this will hurt the Republicans in 2012.

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  • congress's inability? the Democrats nor the president have yet to put ANYTHING AT ALL down on paper, no plan, none whatsoever.. and then they just reject all the plans that are brought to them.. Does not sound like they are trying to do fuck much of anything to me other than ride it into the ground and hope the other side gets the blame.

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    • @Nothingisfree That's because the GOP has rejected any proposal that also has tax increases on the wealthy. They act like raising the debt ceiling is their big compromise and that's bullshit. They've even said to Wallstreet in public that they'll do it. Now they're simply trying to force the president into circumventing their bullshit so they can blame more economic woes on him, but even they admit that not raising the debt ceiling isn't an option.

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