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Some fresh pickings from the political grapevine -- -- Obama's claims that his hands are tied when it comes to getting congress to act on key issues.
Appear to be falling on deaf ears even among mainstream and left leaning journalists and columnists.
Yesterday the president said quote things are pretty dysfunctional on Capitol Hill right now.
In a column titled a presidential bystander.
Dana Milbank of the Washington Post agrees on the dysfunction but adds that the president's quote stands was frustrating only passive.
It's the president's job to lead.
And to bang heads if necessary.
Quote it's called leadership says the New York times' Maureen Dowd.
He still thinks he'll do his thing from the balcony and everyone else will follow along below that's not how it works Ron Fournier of the National Journal writes quote.
Even if you concede to Obama at every point a president looks weak and defeated when he ships accountability.
To forces out of his control.
Organizing for action -- to advocate for the president's second term agenda.
Apparently that includes launching protests against those who happen to disagree with the president.
-- -- today took to the streets of new Hampshire at the end of April for an impassioned protest against Republican senator Kelly chaos.
For voting against expanding background checks for concepts.
Fox News obtained these pictures from that protest one sign.
Spattered in what appears to be fake blood reads quote.
More shot in one day then marathon.
And finally call it incentive to stay with your company for the long haul.
A realtor in New York City is offering employees 15% pay raises.
If they get a tattoo the company logo.
So far forty employees have cashed -- -- one person with no company -- though.
He says he'll get his -- to the bench.
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