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A Press Conference About Nothing

A Press Conference About Nothing

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June 29, 2011

A Press Conference About Nothing
What Was Obama’s Press Conference All About?
______________________________________________________________________

WAS IT ABOUT SETTING BACK BIPARTISAN NEGOTIATIONS?
Obama Used “Harsh And Stark Terms” To Condemn Congressional Republicans. “Obama, often in harsh and stark terms, condemned the approach that House and Senate Republicans have adopted in the final stretch of the negotiations surrounding the increase in the nation’s debt limit.” (Chris
June 29, 2011

A Press Conference About Nothing
What Was Obama’s Press Conference All About?
______________________________________________________________________

WAS IT ABOUT SETTING BACK BIPARTISAN NEGOTIATIONS?
Obama Used “Harsh And Stark Terms” To Condemn Congressional Republicans. “Obama, often in harsh and stark terms, condemned the approach that House and Senate Republicans have adopted in the final stretch of the negotiations surrounding the increase in the nation’s debt limit.” (Chris

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June 29, 2011
 A Press Conference About Nothing
What Was Obama’s Press Conference All About? 
 
______________________________________________________________________
WAS IT ABOUT SETTING BACK BIPARTISAN NEGOTIATIONS?
Obama Used “Harsh And Stark Terms” To Condemn Congressional Republicans.
 
“Obama, often in
harsh and stark terms, condemned the approach that House and Senate Republicans have adopted in the
final stretch of the negotiations surrounding the increase in the nation’s debt limit.”
 
(Chris Cillizza, “Obama TheConfrontational,”
The Washington Post’s
,” 6/29/11)
 
Obama’s “Confrontational Approach” Was Prev
alent In Many Of His Answers.
 
“Obama’s
confrontational approach toward Congress extended beyond the debt negotiations
seeping into answers
he gave on job creation, the broader economy and Libya.”
(Chris Cillizza, “Obama The Confrontational,”
The Washingt 
on Post’s
,” 6/29/11)
 
The Washington Pos
t’s Chris Cillizza: “Tough To See How This Helps The Negotiations”
: “He is
going after
Republicans HARD. Tough to see how this helps the negotiations...”
 
(Chris Cillizza, “Fix Live Blog Of Obama Press Conference,”
The Washington Post’s 
 6/29/11)
 
MSNBC’s Chuck Todd:
“The
Big Theme of this presser: POTUS v Congress. Tougher rhetoric against 
Congress on a slew of issues: debt and Libya being at top.”
(Chuck Todd,Twitter.com,6/29/11)
“Following
 
The Press Conference, CBS News' Bob Schieffer Said The Comments Marked ‘About AsHard As I've Ever Heard This President Come Down On The Congress.’”
 
(Brian Montopoli, “Obama Hammers Congress:Do Your Job,” 
6/29/11)
 
WAS IT FOR DODGING QUESTIONS?
NBC’s Brian Williams
: “Chuck, I noted you asked the three
-part question that called for some constitutionallaw judgments he batted away -- gay marriage, he said what New York did was a good thing but then said toyou and to another question, I'm not going to make news on that front today. He batted away the warpowers act question on Libya saying that this was fully exactly what he promised and this was a limited U.S.
involvement.”
(MSNBC, “Special Report,” 6/29/11)
 
National Journal 
’s Marc Ambinder:
“That was the most complete non
-answer I've ever heard from the
president on detention policy.”
(Marc Ambinder, Twitter Feed,6/29/11)
Obama “Dodged” Question About NLRB Lawsuit Against Boeing.
 
“During his press conference, President 
Obama just dodged a question about whether the suit filed by the National Labor Relations Board against 
Boeing was contributing to a bad regulatory environment that was hurting businesses.”
(Phillip Klein, “Obama DodgesQuestion On NLRB's Boeing Suit,” 
,6/29/11)

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