‘Flexible’ Obama claims GOP would rather burn down House than compromise with Dems

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President Obama and his Democratic cohorts have been quick to jump on the inner-party turmoil in the Republican Party, trying to make the quest for more principled leadership into something more unseemly.

While attending the seventh fundraiser of his West Coast trip, Obama claimed the GOP “has gone off the deep end” in the effort to find the next speaker, saying the party would rather burn down the House than settle for a choice willing to compromise with Democrats, according to CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller.

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Of course, in the eyes of the most rigid president in recent memory, compromising means surrendering to his demands — something outgoing speaker John Boehner had come pretty adept at pulling off.

Knoller shared a running summary of Obama’s speech on social media:

Of course, Obama’s delusion views on compromise only go over with the zealots on the left. As one social media user noted, the  president has proven that it really means “do it my way or I’ll throw a hissy fit and do it anyway.”

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:


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