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-- -- let me see if I've got this right Republicans hang tough on spending and their props.
Democrats hang tough on not -- too much spending they are not -- to.
Republicans -- getting keeping tax -- to a minimum blocking a deal Democrats equally dogged keeping entitlement spending cuts to a minimum while they're not blocking a deal.
Republicans are -- is because they don't agree with the president Democrats are knots.
Because they do.
Republicans are bringing us to the -- because they're not serious about raising taxes when they've just proposed that.
But Democrats are not bringing us to the brink because they say -- -- about cutting spending but haven't offered really much -- so congress has to -- back partisan war paint.
Not the president whose own partisan strategy he can -- out with a straight face it is understandable for the president to use the bully public to push his case.
That does not given the right to -- the bullet the other side doesn't have -- days or is blocking a deal.
Nor does it being the president has to use a shooting at Connecticut.
To make its case for his deal right now.
He is right to say the last week's tragedy should offer a sense of perspective about what's important.
But -- he's saying that kids is the only deal that is important and Republicans deal is not important.
Is he really using -- shooting the shoot down the approach the other side is taking.
I hope not because I think it is fair to say that those of all political stripes were deeply shaken and shocked but what happened last week.
Dad doesn't give the president the right to say those who oppose him on fiscal issues should calmly told who has wizards.
This week the president is quite right to say what happened in Connecticut should be a wake up call for America on gun violence.
Let's just say it is a huge if not -- -- To demand Republicans not -- challenge him on what they believe would be a fiscal crime.
There is a difference.
Between a state of cooperation.
And one of capitulation.
To start I think there's a big difference between understanding.
A horrible tragedy.
And then shamelessly.
Capitalizing -- it.
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