On the eve of the Oscars, there are no bigger stars than those on Capitol Hill. A month into the second term of President Obama, "business as usual" seems to continue in Washington. As John Boehner may not win for the best supporrting role, he has definitely been the most consistent in his blame of the President for the continuing budget issues for the nation. Beginning this second presidential term of office is a very credible budget crisis and potential chance for sequestration in the House. The threatrics of the supposed political give and take of both parties are turning most individuals toward political indifference and frustration with the willingness to "do-nothing" or rather "do everything" to limit the functionality of the President, his party and ultimately the nation.
To this effect, the award for Most Extensive Political Action toward Inactivity goes to......!
For artciles see TIME and the Wall Street Journal:
JOHN BOEHNER: THE PRESIDENT IS RAGING AGAINST A BUGET CRISIS HE CREATED http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323495104578314240032274944.html