Lady Gaga did more lobbying to pass the DADT repeal in the defense funding bill than Obama did.
It is getting embarrassing.
Is Lady Gaga a Better Politician Than Barack Obama? | Mother Jones:
"The repeal of DADT was one of President Barack Obama's key campaign promises—one that he repeated in his first State of the Union address earlier this year. Now it's a promise that may well wither, especially if Republicans gain control of the House in November. But as usual, the White House did little to publicly pressure Collins, Snowe, or Brown. Obama spent the day before the vote at a fundraiser in Pennsylvania and did little to draw attention to the upcoming vote and the GOP's intrasingence. The White House wouldn't even answer the New York Times' questions about the bill. Vice President Joe Biden, according to the White House, did call Snowe. But Obama did no lobbying of his own. Instead, the pressure politics were left to someone who's never been elected to public office: a 24-year-old New Yorker named Stefani Germanotta—a.k.a. Lady Gaga."
Why would he start now, Rachel?
Daily Kos: Do the Right Thing: �Rachel Maddow Challenges the President
Wow. No one could have predicted... except all of us who did predict that the toothless Screw The Patients and Give all of the Money to the Evil Health Insurance Cos. bill wouldn't prevent said HICs from still screwing the fuck out of us commoners.
Major insurers to drop child policies ahead of coverage mandate | Raw Story
And no one could have predicted this either... EXCEPT FOR THOSE OF US WHO DID! FUCK!!!
White House looks to boost health law at 6 months - Yahoo! News:
"WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama once told Democratic lawmakers they'd be proud to campaign on historic health care legislation. Six months later, the only Democrats running ads about it are the ones who voted 'no.'"
And yet another failure. I'm sure they'll keep trying once they decide to fucking try.
Timothy Karr: Net Neutrality: We're Still Waiting:
"Remember, this is the man whom President Obama put into office with the explicit understanding that his first priority was to protect Net Neutrality. 'I am a strong supporter of Net Neutrality,' Obama pledged in 2007. 'As president I'm going to make sure that that is the principle that my FCC commissioners are applying as we move forward.'"
Shocking. I'm pretty sure I could have guessed this listed within about 90%.
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