Extremist Barbara Boxer frightened to TV-debate Moderate Carly Fiorina and defend her record (video)

H/T to The Gay Patriot for the heads-up on this story.

Senator Barbara Boxer; too frightened of voters to debate Carly Fiorina on television face-to-face.

Barbara “Call Me Senator” Boxer, a known Socialist Extremist and seat warmer of a Los Angeles California US Senate seat would rather run away and hide than stand and face Carly Fiorina in a head-to-head televised debate while claiming she wants to debate. A radio debate doesn’t Cut It, MA’AM.

…shades of Harry Reid who refuses to debate Sharron Angle until after early voting has started and 25% of the votes have been cast. Harry Reid is a damn COWARD just like Barbara Boxer.

Socialist Extremist Senators up for re-election such as Barbara Boxer and Harry Reid are afraid to defend their Socialist Agenda voting records in front of voters on live TV. Imagine that! Spineless Gutless Socialist Extremists who propagandize what “Wonderful Things” they have done for to the country passing on the opportunity to showcase their rancid voting records.

RUN SOCIALISTS RUN!
HIDE FROM THE VOTERS
LIKE THE RATS YOU ARE!

Well… a local Los Angeles California Television Station KCAL, a CBS Station of the lamestream media variety, published an article showcasing Boxer’s squirming on defending her voting record here and  televised Boxer’s fear of televised debate when  she was asked about it, On Television:

Take note of Boxer’s dead silence at marker 1:26 on the video. 😉

Cat got your tongue, Babs MA’AM? Slimeball Extremist Socialist Obama-Hugger to the end. God, I pray the voters of Los Angeles have enough sense left to can your marxist ass forever. A pet Airdale would do less damage to the country than the Boxer.

Hold a public campaign rally and invite Obama to appear with you on stage, Babs MA’AM, since the Head-Socialist-In-Charge is so highly thought of in the country. lol

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33 Responses to Extremist Barbara Boxer frightened to TV-debate Moderate Carly Fiorina and defend her record (video)

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

  2. VotingFemale says:

    cute Racist vid, Tellit!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  3. tellitlikeitis says:

    US Government ‘hiding true amount of debt’

    * By Gregory Bresiger
    * From: NewsCore
    * September 20, 2010 9:09AM

    THE actual figure of the US’ national debt is much higher than the official sum of $US13.4 trillion ($14.3 trillion) given by the Congressional Budget Office, according to analysts cited on Sunday by the New York Post.

    “The Government is lying about the amount of debt. It is engaging in Enron accounting,” said Laurence Kotlikoff, an economist at Boston University and co-author of The Coming Generational Storm: What You Need to Know about America’s Economic Future.

    “The problem is we’re seeing an explosion in spending,” added Andrew Moylan, director of government affairs for the National Taxpayers Union.

    In 1980, the debt – the accumulated red ink incurred by the Federal Government – was $US909 billion.

    This represented some 33 per cent of gross domestic product, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).

    Thirty years later, based on this year’s second-quarter numbers, the CBO said the debt was $US13.4 trillion, or 92 per cent of GDP.

    The CBO estimates the debt will be at $US16.5 trillion in two years, or 100.6 per cent of GDP.

    But these numbers are incomplete.

    They do not count off-budget obligations such as required spending for Social Security and Medicare, whose programs represent a balloon payment for the Government as more Americans retire and collect benefits.

    In the case of Social Security, beginning in 2016, the US Government will be paying out more than it is collecting in taxes.

    Without basic measures – such as payment cuts or higher payroll taxes – the system could be on the road to bankruptcy, according to officials.

    “Without changes,” wrote Social Security Commissioner Michael Astrue, “by 2037 the Social Security Trust Fund will be exhausted. There will be enough money only to pay about $US0.76 for each dollar of benefits.”

    Mr Kotlikoff and Mr Moylan agree US national debt is much more than the official $US13.4 trillion number, but they disagree over how to add up the exact number.

    Mr Kotlikoff says the debt is actually $US200 trillion.

    Mr Moylan says the number is likely about $US60 trillion.

    That is close to the figure quoted by David Walker, the US Comptroller General from 1998 to 2008.

    He launched a campaign to convince Americans that the federal spending and debt is a greater threat than terrorism.

    But whichever figure is accurate, all three agree that the problem has worsened in the last few years.

    They say it is because Congress and the Administration, whether Republican or Democrat, consistently overspend.

    Read more: http://www.news.com.au/business/breaking-news/us-government-hiding-true-amount-of-debt/story-e6frfkur-1225926567256#ixzz10BAVPn1I

  4. VotingFemale says:

    What? Extremist Socialists lying about the US Debt?

    say it isn’t so… :/

  5. Foxwood says:

    Nancy Palosi as President! YIKES!

  6. Foxwood says:

    Most Commie libs are cowards…

  7. tellitlikeitis says:

    What a kool-aid hangover. lol! How sweet it is!!! I told you so!!!!

    Disappointed Supporters Question Obama

    WASHINGTON — It was billed as “Investing in America,” a live televised conversation on the state of the economy between President Obama and American workers, students, business people and retirees, a kind of Wall Street to Main Street reality check.
    But it sounded like a therapy session for disillusioned Obama supporters.
    In question after question during a one-hour session, which took place on Monday at the Newseum here and was televised on CNBC, Mr. Obama was confronted by people who sounded frustrated and anxious — even as some said they supported his agenda and proclaimed themselves honored to be in his presence.

    People from Main Street wanted to know if the American dream still lived for them. People on Wall Street complained that he was treating them like a piñata, “whacking us with a stick,” in the words of Anthony Scaramucci, a former law school classmate of Mr. Obama’s who now runs a hedge fund and was one of the president’s questioners.

    “I’m exhausted of defending you, defending your administration, defending the mantle of change that I voted for,” said the first questioner, an African-American woman who identified herself as a chief financial officer, a mother and a military veteran. “I’ve been told that I voted for a man who was going to change things in a meaningful way for the middle class and I’m waiting sir, I’m waiting. I still don’t feel it yet.”

    A 30-year-old law school graduate told Mr. Obama that he had hoped to pursue a career in public service — like the president — but complained that he could barely pay the interest on his student loans, let alone think of getting married or starting a family.

    “I was really inspired by you and your campaign and the message you brought, and that inspiration is dying away,” he said, adding, “And I really want to know, is the American dream dead for me?”

    The extraordinarily personal tone of the session, coupled with more substantive policy questions from the host, John Harwood of CNBC and The New York Times, reflects the erosion of support for Mr. Obama among the constituencies that sent him to the White House two years ago.

    It was all the more compelling coming from such a friendly audience; one questioner, a small-business owner in Pennsylvania, began by praising the president for turning around the auto industry, then lamented: “You’re losing the war of sound bites. You’re losing the media cycles.”

    As he leads his party into what many analysts expect to be a devastating midterm election for Democrats, the president faces overwhelming skepticism from Americans on his handling of the economy. A recent New York Times poll found 57 percent of respondents believed the president did not have a clear plan for fixing the nation’s broken economy.

    Mr. Obama sought on Monday to address those concerns, telling his business critics that he was not antibusiness and his middle class questioners that “there are a whole host of things we’ve put in place to make your life better.” He cited his health care bill, a financial regulatory overhaul measure that imposed tough requirements on credit card companies; an education bill that increased the availability of student loans.

    The president also laid down a challenge to the Tea Party movement, whose candidates have swept aside mainstream Republicans in recent primaries in Alaska and Delaware. He said it was not enough for Tea Party candidates to campaign on a theme of smaller government; he tried to put them in an uncomfortable box by prodding them to offer specifics about the programs they would cut.

    “The challenge for the Tea Party movement is to identify specifically: What would you do?” the president said. “It’s not enough to say get control of spending. I think it’s important for you to say, ‘I’m willing to cut veterans benefits, or I’m willing to cut Medicare or Social Security, or I’m willing to see taxes go up.’ ”

    Mr. Obama hinted that he was open to considering a payroll tax holiday to spur job growth, saying he would be willing to “look at any idea that’s out there,” although he went on to say that some ideas that “look good on paper” are more complicated than they appear.

    And he ducked a question from Mr. Harwood about whether he would be willing to debate the House Republican leader, John Boehner of Ohio, the way former President Bill Clinton had a debate 15 years ago with Newt Gingrich, who was then the House speaker.

    “I think it’s premature to say that John Boehner’s going to be the speaker of the House,” Mr. Obama said.

    Mr. Obama is stepping up his efforts to mobilize Democratic voters and find ways to improve the political climate for his party heading toward Election Day. He will begin trying to build enthusiasm among some of the voters who propelled him to victory in 2008, like college students, while Democratic strategists are considering ways to turn the increased prominence of the Tea Party movement to their advantage by characterizing positions taken by some Tea Party-backed Republican candidates as extreme.

    The White House denied an article in The New York Times on Monday saying that Mr. Obama’s political advisers were considering national advertising to cast the Republican Party as having been all but taken over by the Tea Party movement.

    “The story that led The New York Times yesterday was flat out wrong,” Dan Pfeiffer, the White House communications director, said in an e-mail message. “The White House has never discussed, contemplated or weighed such an ad campaign.”

    Mr. Pfeiffer said the article “was based on the thinnest of reeds,” an anonymous source.

    The Times stood by the report.

    After his appearance on CNBC, the president flew to Philadelphia, where he appeared at two fund-raisers for Representative Joe Sestak, the Democratic Senate candidate in Pennsylvania, and raised $1 million for the Democratic National Committee.

    If the televised session on Monday seemed to put Mr. Obama on the spot, he did not appear ruffled. Rather, he seemed resigned to the frustration of his questioners.

    “My goal here is not to convince you that everything is where it needs to be,” the president said, “but what I am saying is that we are moving in the right direction.”

  8. VotingFemale says:

    Yeah, Tellit, the word is out… on that woman calling out Obama face to face… I did a blogpost on it yesterday as well…

    https://votingfemale.wordpress.com/2010/09/20/obama-supporter-slams-obama-face-to-face-today-video/

  9. VotingFemale says:

    You have just got to know that public confrontation with that Obama supporter drove a truck up his keister.

  10. tellitlikeitis says:

    Where are all the I-cry Obama supporters hiding today? I wish I could go back to the old days of I-cry. It would be like shooting fish in a barrel verbally. It would be like going into a boxing ring with a quadruple amputee. No contest.

  11. tellitlikeitis says:

    A 30-year-old law school graduate told Mr. Obama that he had hoped to pursue a career in public service — like the president — but complained that he could barely pay the interest on his student loans, let alone think of getting married or starting a family.

    “I was really inspired by you and your campaign and the message you brought, and that inspiration is dying away,” he said, adding, “And I really want to know, is the American dream dead for me?”

    The answer Obama didn’t give about the American dream. Obama was thinking it but didn’t say it. ” The days of working hard and making enough money to buy a house and start a family are over. You better play or keep playing the lottery and hope you win because that’s the only way you’re gonna experience the “American Dream” in your life fool.” lol!

  12. VotingFemale says:

    I have looked and can no citation for the blog post at NY Post: I’m a little tea pot

    With out that, I can’t use that blogpost… dratz

  13. VotingFemale says:

    who knows, Tellit…

    The 2008 election was a one in a life time event… wont be another one quite like it again in our life time.

    Obama stabbed everyone in the back… including his hoodwinked suckers who fell for that snake oil Hopey-Changey crap, hook line and sinker

  14. Bob Mack says:

    Let’s hope Boxer gets knocked out in the coming election. Ya know, I used to think the Clintons were the most pernicious pair to hit the government since the Roosevelts. But then the idiot electorate somehow got bamboozled into handing us the Obama-Pelosi-Reid triumvirate (with a big assist from some mugwump Republicans). If this rat’s nest doesn’t get cleaned out soon, I think I’ll start looking for some comfortable Himalayan hermitage–maybe I can find one that has cold beer & a cable tv hookup…

  15. Foxwood says:

    Save it for later… It was on Fox this morning, but not on Youtube.

  16. VotingFemale says:

    Gads… I have pulled my hair out trying to remember how to spell “triumvirate” lol

    Thanks, Bob Mack, and Good Morning!

  17. VotingFemale says:

    saved, Fox… it is timeless in any event.

  18. tellitlikeitis says:

  19. tellitlikeitis says:

  20. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Bob!

  21. tellitlikeitis says:

    I HOPE WE CAN RETIRE THIS SENATOR.

  22. tellitlikeitis says:

    Dems include West social security number in flier, call it ‘oversight’

    The Florida Democratic Party today said it made an “oversight” when it included Republican congressional challenger Allen West’s Social Security number in an attack mailer.

    West, who is challenging U.S. Rep. Ron Klein, D-Boca Raton, in a nationally watched race, called the mailer “an unprecedented new low in American politics.”

    The Democratic mailer, echoing TV ads Klein’s campaign has run, blasts West for an $11,081 tax lien from 2005 that was paid off four months later.

    The lien notice was pulled from public records in Indiana and is reproduced in the mailer with West’s wife’s name removed and his address blacked out. But his Social Security number is visible in a column that says “Identifying Number.”

    The nine-digit number is not specifically labeled a Social Security number in the document. But West campaign manager Josh Grodin says there’s no mistaking what it is.

    Although the mailing came from the Florida Democratic Party, West and Grodin blamed Klein for it.

    “I understand politics is a tough business. I expect to be challenged about my ideas, my beliefs,” West said in a fund-raising e-mail to supporters. “But Ron Klein has clearly crossed a line. I’m not yet sure the potential damage that might come to my wife and me, and it makes me sick to think of what could happen to my daughters. My entire family is at risk of identity theft.”

    Said Klein spokeswoman Melissa Silverman: “This was a Florida Democratic Party mailer, and they have made clear that they will take appropriate action to rectify the situation.”

    Silverman didn’t answer an e-mailed question about whether Klein’s campaign consulted on or knew in advance about the mailer.

    Florida Democratic Party spokesman Eric Jotkoff called the inclusion of West’s Social Security number an “oversight” in a statement that included a barbed apology to West.

    “After making every effort to remove all of Allen West’s private information, unlike West who refuses to apologize to Florida’s taxpayers for not paying his taxes and his bills, we apologize for the oversight of not redacting this information from the public record included in the mailer,” Jotkoff said. “To end, while this mail piece does not explicitly identify any Social Security number, in order to stop the crazy West accusations, we will pay for identify theft monitoring for the next two years.”

    Grodin said late today that West has been talking to lawyers about the possibility of legal action over the mailer.

  23. Foxwood says:

    Tellit! I hope we can retire alot of the socialist senators…

  24. VotingFemale says:

    almost done with another blogpost
    😀

    Obama stepped in it on camera…

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