17.10.2012 [Politico] - Taxes go up on everyone at the end of the year. Pentagon spending will be slashed. The nation will reach its borrowing cap. And President Barack Obama and Speaker JohnBoehner haven't spoken about this so-called fiscal cliff in nearly four months.
03.10.2012 [allvoices] - A Collier County resident channels the demise of President Obama via her T-shirt at Tuesday's rally where Speaker of the House JohnBoehner rallied the troops at the Collier County, Florida, Republican Headquarters in Naples. (Image: Original photo by
14.08.2012 [Opposing Views] - In what may be the first time a sitting president has been blamed for bad weather, House Speaker JohnBoehner's office said that President Obama needs to take responsibility for the drought in the Midwest, reports TalkingPointsmemo.com. On Speaker
11.08.2012 [Wall Street Journal] - House Speaker JohnBoehner (R., Ohio) focused on jobs: “At a time when millions of Americans are still looking at President Obama's policies and asking 'where are the jobs?' Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney will focus on common sense solutions to stop
01.08.2012 [Fox News (blog)] - John McCain (R-AZ) over President Obama by 700 votes in 2008. LaTourette rode to Washington during the seminal 1994 election which installed the first GOP House majority in more than 40 years. A top lieutenant to House Speaker JohnBoehner (R-OH)
13.08.2012 [Democratic Underground] - JohnBoehner thinks Obama is GOD! Boehner's Office Says Obama Avoiding Personal Responsibility For Drought On its website and in an email Monday, House Speaker JohnBoehner's office said President Obama needs to take personal responsibility for
15.08.2012 House Republican aka Majority Leader JohnBoehner has evidently taken to blaming President Obama for the weather: “The president continues to blame anyone and everyone for the drought but himself.” Maybe Boehner ...
14.08.2012 Today JohnBoehner, who leads the Republican majority in the House, pointed the finger of blame at President Obama for the drought withering the Midwest. No, really. According to the Financial Times (reg. required) he said ...