David Plouffe admits Obama’s plan for the next four years just a rehash of the last four years

This is great exchange by CNN’s Candy Crowley from this morning as she grilled David Plouffe on what exactly is Obama’s big new plan for the next four years. Turns out, according to Plouffe, it’s the same ideas that Obama campaigned on in 2008. The question that I really thought was excellent though was when Crowley asked Plouffe why they think they can accomplish these goals in another term if they weren’t able to accomplish them in the first term. Plouffe had no good answer.

Watch below:

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  • capelady

    Either they are completely deluded… or they just lie.

    • nibblesyble

      they have deluded themselves into believing their lies.

    • jcanals

      They just lie………….over ……….and over……………and over.

  • dk_in_tn

    Obama is one and done.

    • kong1967

      Stick a fork in him.

  • Nukeman60

    “These goals are long term. We need to ensure that the public sector unions rule the workforce. We need to ensure that Education indoctrinates the children. We need to ensure that we block all forms of ‘common sense’ energy production. We need to make sure that the people believe it will take decades to reach our goals. We need…”

    Wow. They’re actually coming out and boldly admitting their true intentions. What is wrong with CNN these days, to ask the real questions? Being at the bottom of the barrel does create it’s incentives, doesn’t it?

    • Patriot077

      I hope reality is contagious and the other networks start asking tough questions. If it gets better than this, I might even reinstate my dish tv 🙂

    • freenca

      Fluffy is just adhereing to the Keynsian theories of the 1930’s, same things they tried to institute back then, and we know how that turned out. They rolled back after FDR’s reign, THEN the economy got rolling in the right direction again. We’ve got throw these bums out on their arses in November to turn this economy around!

      • librtifirst

        I agree, but FDR did a lot of damage by creating government programs that would eventually take our wealth, and our freedoms. They didn’t do much to roll those back.

        • freenca

          Agreed, we do need to roll back alot more now. A big job, that’ll take several election cycles probably. It’s imperative that we keep doing the work from here on so we don’t lose all. Keeping the faith in Him and in each other.

          • librtifirst

            We need to have millions of people showing up at liberty rallies. We need to have a hundred thousand people at each polling place to protest the election fraud. We need more people than they have police that can arrest people exercising free speech. We need to invade both parties and their fraudulent rules and get rid of the two party dictatorship. When we have real elections, we will see better nominees.

            Maybe we will get a turn around before the end times comes to fruition.

    • librtifirst

      I think that they got the memo saying “were changing out the president, so go ahead and make him look bad”.

    • FutureOnePercent

      At the end of the day, CNN is still a for-profit business, and no one is buying their BS. Time to change up the menu.

  • Fluff is nothing but a fast talker. He stays what he says, fast, so the stupid people won’t catch on that he’s lying. He’s a low level slickster, like WILLARD.

    “Education reform”? Really? Has there really been any improvements in any form of education, from k-college? Is he counting that stupid “artists corpse” for public schools as a “reform”?



    And in college, what ‘reforms’ are those? The ones that give credit to stupid people that join the thugs in Occupy mobs?




    Where? Where’s this “reform”?


    “A lot of progress in energy…”

    Dude, seriously?











    “…health care reform…




    we’ve cut taxes for the average, middle class person, $3600 dollars…”





    In not one case, did the guy really tell the truth about Obama’s ‘accomplishments’. He’s done nothing but spout crap that’s been debunked for years, even by the liberal left (though not by the gasbag that’s talking to him, in the video). What he said boils down to ‘re-elect Obama, so you can have 4 more years of lies and a record high ‘misery index‘. Dude, seriously: show of hands of people that want me to interview this man, and ask him real questions, and really challenge his answers.

    • Nukeman60

      /raises hand

    • librtifirst

      You are just drumming up conspiracy theories, which is dangerous and could get someone killed. You better just turn yourself in and let them detain you for a few years until the economy recovers.

      If I raise my hand, will I have to go with you?

      • KenInMontana

        Are you familiar with the concept of “The Forlorn Hope”?

        • librtifirst

          Such as a group of soldiers sacrificing themselves for a possible advantage?

          • KenInMontana

            Sort of, the sacrifice part was a definite possibility but not a forgone conclusion. They were those who volunteered to be the first into the breach, who are, in modern times, referred to as the “tip of the spear”. While the odds are long, hope remains, they fight for that hope. The hope of a better future. If that hope is allowed to diminish or to be let to fade, then you may as well just fall on your own sword. I’m not there yet, are you?

            I will not let my country go without one hell of a fight, and I don’t think “they” even possess an inkling of just what kind of a fight they are in for.

            • Very well put. I know exactly what you mean. There are never a lack of volunteers to do dirty, dangerous, but necessary work for the greater good when disaster strikes. Any kind of disaster, be it natural or man-made.

            • librtifirst

              It won’t be pretty. If political revolution fails after the collapse, the only hope would be a military coup. If our military does not step in before the foreign troops that Clinton started training in the nineties show up, we will be hashed. I would love to see our troops home, and protecting our borders right now.

              I think of how resolute the Islamic rebels are in the middle east, and wonder if Americans could possibly pull out half of their tenacity for a righteous cause in their own country.

              • Nukeman60

                You’d be surprised at how many great veterans are out there, just standing down, waiting to have their chance to protect this great nation once again. Our military would be there in a heartbeat, but in the interim, I know we will be in good hands.

            • librtifirst

              Oh, and no, I am not there yet. I won’t give in to this globalist take down, and I won’t go along with the program. Evil must be challenged, otherwise you become no better than they.

    • “He’s a low level slickster, like WILLARD.”


    • jcanals

      It’s all lies and obfuscation. That’s all they have.

  • Plouffball is earning his keep today from what I hear. I hope to see the Chris Wallace interview some time today, from what I have read, it was pretty brutal. I don’t have cable TV anymore, so I miss all of the good interviews, but I don’t miss paying the bill since you can see all of the best parts right here. Thanks Scoop!.

    • Mediaite has the interview Plouffe did with Wallace, part of it anyway. Wallace really holds his feet to the fire, unlike Candy. His questions were about the intel leaks and Plouffe if flabbergasted when Wallace brings up Obama’s 2006 demand for a special prosecuter over the valerie plame leaks.


    • wodiej

      It was brutal. He wouldn’t answer any of Wallace’s questions. Wallace picked his bones clean. I hope RS can get it up later.

      • I’d love to watch the whole thing, that link I posted was just the start, LOL!

      • freenca

        Watched it on Fox a while ago. Gee it was good to see the guy squirm through the whole interview. ding, ding ding, goes the body language truth-o-meter.

  • kong1967

    You save the middle class by making education cheaper? I’m all in for cheaper education…the right way and not on the backs of tax payers…..but the insinutation is that we just don’t have enough smart people to be middle class. Huh? The middle class jobs have to exist, jackass, before anyone can get the jobs. Please, someone tell me how cheaper education is going to create middle class jobs.

    • librtifirst

      Let me turn my brain around and see if I can do it then. OK. Uhhh. Nope, can’t do it.

      • kong1967

        Lol, that’s funny.

    • wodiej

      the problem is liberals want a fantasy world where everything is fair, just, peaceful. They simply don’t seem to be able to cope w reality. Getting something for nothing always costs somebody something.

      • kong1967

        That’s for sure. Even Kagan asked the question how is it a bad thing for the government to give the people something for free (Obamacare)? Uh, huh…free my ass.

        Education can be cheaper, but I’m sure the liberal way is to tax the rich more and to pay a higher chunk of the bill. Not only is that not cheaper, but it wouldn’t work. Tuition rates would just go up.

        To a liberal, if government pays it’s free. You’re exactly right, it’s costing someone something but if it helps a liberal voter then it’s free to the ones that matter (to the left). The housing bubble was created by falsely propping up Democrat voters who couldn’t qualify for a loan. A-holes.

        • librtifirst

          I don’t believe that the liberal politicians are ignorant to these facts, but there sure are a lot of mentally challenged liberal Americans who seem to vote for them. I don’t think that the mentally challenged should be able to vote, and especially when we have such a huge epidemic of mentally challenged people.

          • kong1967

            Agreed. In my opinion, if you’re on welfare you shouldn’t be able to vote. That takes away the pandering of the politicians that throw money at people that only vote for the party that does so. If they don’t like it, then get off welfare. I would also agree to a political aptitude test or something, but neither will ever happen.

            • librtifirst

              Its a huge conflict of interest to be getting something from people who can secure your handout if you vote for them. It is especially critical when government has no right to steal from some people to give it to others. (not that we actually pay for it)

              Could you imaging what this country would look like if we had no property taxes, and only land owners could vote? When we had that system, we had a lot more liberty. I know for a fact that the country folk wouldn’t vote for this type of government.

              I say, give every county equal electoral college votes. As you said, it will never happen. It sucks knowing the answers, and also knowing that we will never see them happen.

              • kong1967

                Not only are they not going to happen, we are going to have to face the opposite. A growing welfare population that votes. The day is coming when the children dictate what the parents do.

                • librtifirst

                  Its close now. Parents being arrested for spanking, insurance mandates until they are 26, schools telling them to spy on their parents and report it, children collecting child support while they are in college, ……………….. It’s insane. Mine are grown, and I am glad for it. Government wants reduced populations, and I know of people who aren’t having kids partially because of all of this. They say that children in China boss their parents around, because of the one child policy.

                • kong1967

                  I was actually referring to the welfare recipients being the children (dependants) and the tax payers being the parents (supporters). However, you are right on with everything you said….and they wonder why there’s no respect or discipline among the current youth. I fear what this country will look like in 20 years.

    • warpmine

      Unions certainly won’t make education cheaper by any means. If he’s referring to the post public school system he and his fiends occupy then that won’t get any cheaper until competition for real education reappears. As long as government is holding the purse strings, it will be same old crap.

      • kong1967

        Yep, unfortunately.

      • librtifirst

        Have you ever heard of Charlotte Iserbyt? She worked under Reagan when they were shutting down the DOE. She tells a story that everyone should hear.

  • I’m starting to think we are about to witness a slow-motion, 5 month long, Obama re-election train wreck. These guys are borderline incompetent. I’ve seen better run student government campaigns than this group has offered so far.

    • E. Lee Zimmerman

      I don’t think they’re ‘borderline.’

      • Ha…you’re probably right.

    • Nukeman60

      They got away with their incompetence in 2008 because the media was so complicit. As the media actually starts doing their job, it becomes more and more obvious. Grab some popcorn, a jumbo soda, and a milkshake – it’s going to be entertaining.

      • The media is not going to start doing it’s job.

        • Nukeman60

          Not willingly. But as they, themselves, have seen, their approach in dealing with Obama has cost them dearly in ratings, support and the all important criteria, money. Little by little, they are putting out snippets of real journalism, and the crack in the dike is getting bigger and bigger, as the ‘little Dutch boys’ of the administration fail to plug those holes.

          • You can see that CNN has decided to press Obama’s surrogates much more this time around. It’s not overwhelming but you can find it once in a while.

        • PVG

          As it becomes more and more obvious BO will not be re-elected, the MSM will turn on him. They may be libs but they hate being wrong.

    • dk_in_tn

      Spot on.

  • patriotbens

    Oh the tyrant’s in trouble and if he somehow remains in the WH then America’s in huge trouble!

    • dk_in_tn


  • TangoPivot

    It’s great to hear Candy to repeat the question over and over lately when her guests don’t answer them (“What’s your new plan?”), and then to offer a conclusion (“So you don’t have a new plan – it’s stay the course”.”) based on their non-answer for them to confirm.

    CNN would be in better shape if more of their reporters did this.

    • nibblesyble

      She was good here, I just watched Santorum on with her at Newsbusters and he schools her pretty nicely on what a ‘moderate’ is. She still is a liberal, but better at hiding it then others I think.

  • The only plan Obama ever had was raiding the coffers. That plan is still in place.

    • Nukeman60

      Obama’s plans (actually, his handler’s plans) were never about money. It was always about power and control.

      • librtifirst

        No doubt.

      • And money. You need the money to get power and control.

        • librtifirst

          He who makes the money, makes the rules. The money makers and government work together for control.

  • Dan

    its good to know this commie pimp eat his bowl of lies today….i just want to smack the stupid out of him…but unfortunately it permeates his DNA …lies upon lies upon lies to deceive the ignorant sheepple into giving up all there rights to live free productive lives but rather have the elite control over every aspect of our lives…..what a shame……

    • librtifirst

      If they decide to put Romney in this time around, I wonder how long it will take the right to go sour on him? The first year generally is a give away. Lots of excuses, and blaming the other side. I would love to see republicans take the house and senate, and have Romney in. Nothing substantial would happen, and the right might be forced to reject the whole bunch of them as the power elite who are shutting down this country. Maybe that is why Rand is coming out in support of the establishment GOP. If we still have elections in 2016, they might just put him up as the appeaser.

      • Willard won’t occupy the White House. Real change is going to happen and it will happen in Tampa.

        People need to realize that the Republicans have cheated the voters by rigging the machines for Romney.

  • “Talking Feds” – Same as it ever way – Talking heady Obama parody.

    100 times more entertaining than being tortured by watching an actual Obama presser.

  • There is no plan. There never was, except to get re-elected. I’ve never seen a president whose only reason for getting re-elected was “I’m not the other guy.” Now THAT is some real “Hope and Change.” A few more weeks like this for Obama and he’s going to lose in a landslide.

    • It’s going to be 5 more months of this. It’s literally “all they got”. Obama’s only chance of winning is by convincing people that, if he gets elected, everyone gets a unicorn that farts money.

      He already tried the “Romney wants you to die cold and hungry after a lifetime of honest labor in his sweatshops” route, but the focus groups didn’t buy it.

      • librtifirst

        I’ve never heard the Federal Reserve called “a unicorn that farts money”. That’s good. LOL.

    • Guest1776rcp

      “I’m not the other guy.” Now THAT is some real “Hope and Change.”

      Oddly enough you just summed up Mitt Romney too. Willard is Obama-lite in more ways than one.

      • librtifirst

        I’ve tried, but am still failing to put any hope whatsoever in Romney changing the overall agenda.

  • wodiej

    All of the above energy policy? ROFL….since when…yesterday? heehee, that’s a good one. As for education, that is not the problem. Anyone can get one if they want it. The problem is liberals are wasting tax dollars on things that do not stimulate the economy and are squelching the things that do-end of story, over and out.

  • marketcomp

    Well that should be no surprise that the agenda in the first term will be the same in the second term. This is the same anti-American adenda and should be a slap in the face to those who thought it would be any different. This man is void of ideas and he cannot change and I hope this ensures the landslide vicory that is predicted.

  • You mean to say that Crowley actually asked some decent questions rather than carry water for the Obama regime? I’m sure the network will be harshly punished by their god-king soon enough for this transgression…

  • 911Infidel

    Isn’t “plouffe” a derrivative of the French word “nunuche?” He sure is a knucklehead. He couldn’t even handle questions from Big Candy. I’ll say one thing for him…he’s got that bobble-head thing down to a fine science.


    …Mao Obama LOSES IN A LANDSLIDE .”(period)

    “Thank God !”

    • librtifirst

      Do you know a Deibold programmer?

      • PVG

        I wish I did!

  • PattiEFink
  • Even in the face of ample evidence that green energy is not ready for primetime and is nothing more than a means to waste massive amounts of tax payer money, these stupid leftists still cling to it like it’s some freaking holy grail.

    • PVG

      Ideology trumps everything!

  • Plouffe may be telling the truth OR he’s lying to cover-up what the real intent of Obama is.

    Remember the “flexibility” comment he made to Putin? I sincerely believe that Obama and his crew have NO intention of giving up the White House.

    • librtifirst

      I remember Clinton talking about a third term at the end of his reign. He was trying hard to come up with an excuse. I suppose that it wasn’t his time. Obama could pull it off, this close to an economic collapse.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Plouffe rhymes with “fluff”. There is no meat in their plans… just more cotton candy.

    Liars, all of them.

  • Random act of Journalism, CCN will “walk it back” soon…….

  • 2besusie

    I. Just. Can’t. Listen. To. Any. More. Lies.

  • Joe

    He has NO PLAN

    —————–There is NO PLAN

    —————————-There will NEVER be a PLAN

    ——————————————Too busy playing GOLF

    100th round of Golf today >>>>>http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/jun/14/obamas-100th-golf-round/

    Undeniably the WORST “Preezy” ever

    • Nukeman60

      Hey, give him some credit. He had to quit after 9 holes in order to go kill bin Laden. Tough to have to give that up.

      Reporter: “100 rounds of golf? What’s your handicap, Mr. President?”

      Obama: “I’m a liberal.”

      • Joe

        He has no handicap

        He’s perfect!

    • PVG
      • Joe

        He is a real POS!

        Thanks – It’s 1 minute and would a great ad!

  • TLaMana

    BTW Ron Paul picked up 21 of the 25 unbound delegates in Iowa today:

  • PVG

    “The question that I really thought was excellent though was when Crowley asked Plouffe why they think they can accomplish these goals in another term if they weren’t able to accomplish them in the first term.” WITH A MAJORITY IN CONGRESS!!

  • God help us all. Five trillion in teachers penions coming due. How will we pay for that?

    • librtifirst

      They don’t intend to. All pensions will fail, right along with the stock market and our currency. Greek style austerity should kick in soon, if the collapse doesn’t happen first.

  • hbnolikeee

    Could Crowley be waking up or is she just upset that the donuts truck didn’t stop?

  • mike3e4r7

    Fluffy and the rest of Obama’s sycophants, by staying away from conservative media, have been able to hide how foolish and intellectually challenged they really are. When their friends, like CNN,
    decide to actually ask them real questions, what we’ve all known about
    these guys is finally revealed for all to see. They’re idiots. Plouffe looked like a deer caught in the headlights. Probably the first time he’s ever had to answer a real question, and he can’t handle it. I don’t know what’s with CNN lately, but I hope they keep it up.

  • If you think Obama did a good job in the first four years, vote to reelect him. If you don’t think he did, vote against him. It’s that simple in every incumbent election. Politicians don’t “change” their ideology.

  • FutureOnePercent

    “We’ve cut taxes for the average, middle-class family by $3600.”

    And median household income (that would be those same average, middle-class families) has gone down $4000.

    So let’s see…

    3600 – 4000 = -400

    Translation “I just took $400 dollars from you and now I want you to thank me for it.”

  • lyndaaquarius

    blah,blah,blah. This guy isn’t persuading anyone. Why do they send him out there? He doesn’t have the ability to connect or convince. These people are destroying the Democrat party. They came into power with the house AND the Senate. They coulndn’t sustain or build on the coalition. They are not smart politically. Like bulls in a china shop. Four and a half more months!!

  • lyndaaquarius

    fast talking blah blah blah. These are not politically astute people. Remember they came into power with the House AND the Senate. They did not have the smarts to maintain and build upon the coalition. Didn’t know how to finesse it. They blew it. Bulls in a china shop. Millions of us are counting the days!! They will Not get their way.