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MSNBC Blames "Jane Fonda" Republicans For Olympics Loss

Apparently General Electric stood to make money from the deal

After hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars wasted, and several days in Copenhagen wasted, Obama came home empty handed. Which is a good thing. The Olympics wouldn't have just hurt our economy, they would have put us in line with the corrupt, criminal countries that buy into the genocide Olympics, like China.

Here come the lies and hate from NBC:

Now, the same crowd that says they support the troops didn't support the United States getting the Olympics. They only support the troops when it's good for them. They only support America when it's good for them. They only support America when it's good for their political agenda. What the Republicans did, I think, rivals Jane Fonda sitting on a gun in North Vietnam.

This was a great chance to revitalize an economy that definitely is dragging. The irony is that the party that claims to be for the free market, capitalism, and competition, the party that just loves to get out there and go one-on-one did, absolutely nothing to compete for this. Their negativity in the 11th hour cost this country billions of dollars in economic development and hundreds of thousands in jobs. I might add union jobs that are greatly needed. The Olympics have always been good for the economy.

This is not a failure of President Obama. This is a failure of the Republican Party. The right-wing talkers in this country that openly, openly campaigned against the Olympics by denigrating our president again. It's their stated goal to see Barack Obama fail. Well, congratulations boys, you did a heck of a job. Just remember, when Obama fails, America fails. And one thing that really bothers me about all of this is the youth of this country. What message does it send to young people when you have one political party rooting against America getting something like the Olympics? What message does it send to young people? Think about the young people in the region around Chicago that would have been able to go to the Olympics and inspired to compete. Well, that won't help at all now, of course, they got to get some cheap airfare to Rio de Janeiro."

Rep. Janet Schakowsky and other angry Democrats blamed right-wing media.

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