Message the same as famous 'You lie' by GOP's Joe Wilson
By Bob Unruh
Posted: February 12, 2010 ~ 11:00 pm Eastern
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Republican Rep. Joe Wilson created waves that left Washington rocking for weeks by shouting "You lie" to Barack Obama during the president's address to Congress last fall, and now a similar message has been delivered by a member of the president's own party.
Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., told an audience today the president is "beginning to be not believable to me."
The comment was just the latest evidence of the dissension in the Democratic Party that prevented Obama from passing his health care proposal last year despite having a significant party majority in the U.S. House and a supermajority of 60 votes in the Senate.
Rockefeller, a Democrat in a family of lifelong Republicans, was referring to Obama's proposed budget that would cut tax incentives to coal mining companies.
The cut would hit West Virginia's coal industry hard, and Rockefeller's dissatisfaction was evident in the video posted on Real Clear Politics.
Obama's budget proposal would kill $2.3 billion in coal tax breaks, Rockefeller pointed out.
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