Video| President Obama Remarks After Senate Vote on Budget Bill

President Obama’s statement comes after the Senate passed a short-term measure to keep the government running with just over three days left before the money runs out.

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34 Responses to Video| President Obama Remarks After Senate Vote on Budget Bill

  1. vitaminlover says:

    Congratulations, President Obama, Sir! You sooooo rock.! He always comes up smelling like a rose! We were wise to vote for this man.

    • johnnie stallings says:

      what does Jesus and President Obama have in common?… both of them want to heal the sick, feed the poor, peacemakers and heal the broken hearted. Where are the Evangelicals? oh oh oh they are out telling the rich to sell their goods and give it to the poor!!!!!!!! where is huckabee? …. he hiding his head pretending he hasn’t read this scripture.

      • Ametia says:

        Hello there, Ms Johnnie. PBO’s kind-hearted, but he’s not a push over. These folks have long since been exposed for their fakery & cloaked in the blble politics.

  2. Ametia says:

    Obama Stands Tall and Says No To Every Single Thing That Republicans Are Demanding
    By: Jason EasleySep. 27th, 2013


    President Obama said not raising the debt ceiling would be worse than a government shutdown. It would be an economic shutdown. The president warned that a default would have a destabilizing effect on the world economy
    Obama said, “Nobody gets to threaten the full faith and credit of the United States just to extract some political concessions.”


  3. Ametia says:


    Obama in Plot to Force Americans to Live Longer

    NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—In a blockbuster documentary to be broadcast tonight, the Fox News Channel alleges that Obamacare is “little more than a thinly veiled scheme to force Americans to live longer.”

  4. Ametia says:

    President Obama spoke Friday afternoon by phone with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, another step in a warming relationship both leaders have said they hope ends with a diplomatic resolution to Iran’s controversial nuclear program. Obama said it was the first conversation between U.S. and Iranian leaders since 1979. Obama said “While there will surely be important obstacles, I believe we can reach a comprehensive solution” and “I believe we have a responsibility to pursue diplomacy” with Iran.

    Read more at:

  5. Ametia says:


  6. Ametia says:

    POTUS does not take questions from the jackals.

    EXITS, Brady Press Briefing room:

  7. Ametia says:

    PBO: “Voting to pay America’s bills is not a concession to me”

  8. Ametia says:

    Congress needs to vote and keep the government open, and raise the debt ceiling and pay for what congress has already signed for.

  9. Ametia says:

    Any Repbulican who is watching think about who you’re hurting. Probably a young intern in your office.

  10. Ametia says:

    Republican grandstanding can hurt alot of people. NO shit, Sherlock.

  11. Ametia says:

    PBO: Republicans to busy appeasing the Tea Party, that’s what this is all about. The threat to defund Obamacare, NOT.GOING.TO.HAPPEN.

  12. Ametia says:

    UH! OH! Guess what time it is. Bringing down the hammer on CONGRESS. It’s up to the Republicans to do as the Senate as voted and keep the government open and pay America’s bills.

  13. Ametia says:

    Ha! heads are exploding now. Oh NOEZ; POTUS paling around with Muslims!

  14. Ametia says:

    PBO said he spoke to Iran President Hourani. He believes they can reach a diplomatic solution.

  15. Ametia says:

    I hope POTUS does not take any questions.

  16. Ametia says:

    Senate Passes Budget Bill as House Weighs Options

    WASHINGTON — The Senate on Friday overwhelmingly approved stopgap spending legislation to keep the federal government open without gutting President Obama’s health care law, setting up a weekend showdown with the House that will decide whether much of the government shuts down at midnight Monday.

    The 54-to-44 vote for final passage followed a more critical moment when the Senate, in a bipartisan rebuke to Republican hard-liners, cut off debate on the legislation. The 79-to-19 vote included the top Republican leadership and easily exceeded the 60-vote threshold to break a filibuster.

    The Senate then voted along party lines, 54 to 44, to strip out House Republican language that tied further funding of the government to defunding the health care law. That vote required only a simple 51-vote majority.

    Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the majority leader, called the votes “the first step toward wresting control from the extremists.” Senator Ted Cruz, Republican of Texas, had been urging his Senate colleagues all week to oppose ending debate as a way to force Democrats to accept language defunding the Affordable Care Act. But with the clock ticking toward an Oct. 1 government shutdown, an overwhelming bipartisan majority wanted to act quickly to move the spending bill back to the House.

    Now Speaker John A. Boehner of Ohio faces a defining choice: accept the Senate bill, which funds the government through Nov. 15 without Republican policy prescriptions, or listen to his conservatives, who will accept a government shutdown unless serious damage is done to the health care law.

    House Republicans will meet at noon Saturday to hash out their options. Mr. Boehner has signaled that he will again attach language to chip away at the Affordable Care Act, but as the deadline approaches, fissures are appearing in the Republican ranks.

    “The only time you shut down the government is when you shut it down and refuse to open it until you accomplish what you want. We’ll fold like hotcakes,” said Senator Tom Coburn, Republican of Oklahoma. “You do not take a hostage you are not going to for sure shoot, and we will not for sure shoot this hostage.”

  17. Ametia says:

    Turn up the HEAT, Mr. President!


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