Yes, I know debating on the internet is silly. It's more effective to use a wall as a stopping device for one's head repeatedly. However, that said, it is still very fun to debate people in such a forum occasionally. I have been engaged (briefly) with a few people who don't understand basic political or economical science. It's rather amusing, feel free to check out the debate and join in if you like. Or, post here your thoughts on the debate.
The basic context of said discussion is the president's refusal to understand that the S&P changed the rating of the US because of his poor leadership. Instead he's choosing to blame others, use scape goats, and even deny that the rating deserved to change. Can't have it all, either it should change, or it shouldn't, not a combination of 'it shouldn't and it's someone else's fault that it did.' It doesn't work that way.
Anyway, please weigh in!