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    Boehner you're a big baby... you want all the toys on the playground. I just saw an article the other day that talked about how the GOP influenced the redistricting to favor republican power in congress... and I don't care about your stupid party! Get you butt in there are pass a freaking budget, you big whiny titty baby! geez!
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    Wow, how do you really feel? A bit crude don't you think? Maybe leave off puffing on the MJ for a bit so the paranoia goes away. Um, sweetie, the HOUSE HAS passed a budget, 4 of them to be precise. See, this is how the budget process works, the Senate passes a budget (hasn't since 2009) and the House passes a budget and then, with both budgets in hand the House then appoints a committee to RECONCILE the two budgets into something that will pass both houses. That's the official system. Unfortunately, the Senate has NOT passed a budget since 2009 and Harry Reid didn't want to pass one because then the American public would see just how much money they would have to borrow in order to pay for all the pork and entitlements in the budget. So, darlin', if you want a budget passed, swear at the Democratic Controlled Senate, not the House, they already did their job, they are just waiting, and waiting and waiting and waiting for the Senate to do theirs. Bet you didn't see THAT in the national media. Look it up if you don't believe me, it's all there in the congressional budget committee notes.
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    Some beliefs are not appropriate to the Times we live in.. So if the GOP are not willing to evolve with the needs if a present day America... They will Annihilate themselves by holding on to the past, and dyeing beliefs
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    It seems to me that the G.O.P. has been trying to annihilate Obama for the past 4 years.
    But the Prez doesn't have to try too hard, they seem to be doing a pretty good job of imploding on themselves. Republicans can either move forward into the present century or into oblivion. It's them self mutilating.
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    True dat. Republicans are self-destructive, and the only worry is if they 're so bitter they wish to drag the country into the pyre with them.
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    Obama doesn't need to do anything , they are doing a good job on their own of making themselves the party of radical extremist and have outlived their usefulness.
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    @woodtick57
    I know your hoping for a democratic embracing GOP but it ain't happening, who would the far left take money from to hand out? You depend on the GOP for survival of socialist agenda
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    @Ashstop

    Hardly. you do not even understand the meaning of the word socialism, as proved in your first post. kind of silly to argue an idea you don't understand, isn't it?
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    @Ashstop The GOP has done nothing but obstruct a socialist agenda. Indeed preventing socialism seems a bi-partisan goal. We need get rid of GOP so we can start pushing the dems left. They remain an obstacle to socialistic government.
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    The Republicans in Congress want to cut Social Security and Medicare to pay off interest on the War debts they created. The Republicans need to disappear for the good of this country and the world.
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    @armed_liberal

    Just like those evil Republicans want to slash Pell Grants for all the students in my primarily minority classroom. Wait, that was the President. The bill was already written, signed a week AFTER the election ; $30B gone overnight...

    And millions spent on tv ads making then all believe he'd save their grant money...
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    @Ashstop Fear them? No I root for em. I am counting on em. If it weren't for them Rney might have won the election. The GOP would have two more senators. I want them to refuse all compromise. I want the sequester so we get a 50% military budget cut. I want them to keep up their crazy rhetoric and obstruction so the GOP loses more seats, maybe even thd majority, in the house. I want them to primary every viable republican. I want Bachman and Palin to be the 2016 GOP presidential ticket. Don't ever think I don't support the t-party. Indeed, one day I even want to sip some of their tea, it will be the most powerful hallucinogen I've tried since the 1970's, but only a little bit, it seems to make one very pananiod.
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    After reading what Boehner had to say, his words were more for the Tea Party than they were for America. Let me translate. This is what he's telling the Baggers "You people keep screwing around and backstabbing everything I try to do and Obama is going to kick this party to the curb. You people (looking at Bachman) introduce idiot bills you know won't go anywhere and make us look bad. You come to D.C. and start flapping your gums (looking at Rand Paul) and making the entire party look like we're some inmates who escaped from an asylum. You morons want to take the seniors social security (glares at Paul Ryan) and the seniors will turn on us. You don't know what the hell your'e doing. Stop chaning in your chairs, stop shooting spitwads and yanking on the girl in front of you hair. SIT DOWN, SHUT UP AND GET A FREAKING GRIP DAMMIT!!!!!
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    As much as President Obama has come to embody this image of the liberal Democratic Party that the Republicans hate, he's actually governed as a moderate Republican while in office. I'm not sure why they hate him so much.
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    Because the Republicans hate moderation. Hell, they even eat their own if they show any moderate traits. Look at what they have said about Huntsman, Powell, even their former darling, Chris Christie.
    They are a combination of cutters and anorexics.
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    Senate needs to bring one to Boehner and the house to debate, see if it is sound, and pass. Senate hasn't passed a budget since Obama has lived in the White House...
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    @PoliticalSpice Geeze, did you sleep though Government 101? See, in the budget process FIRST the President, that would be Mr. Obama since 2009 BTW, presents to the Senate a Budget, the Senate then votes on that budget, passing it or no (so far the ONE budget presented was voted down without one yes vote and that was the Dem. controlled Senate of 2009). Now, if the Senate doesn't like the Presidents budget they can play with it a bit and present their version of it to the House to be reconciled with the House Budget (passed each year since 2009 unlike the Senate BTW). So who lives in the WH is integral to the whole budget process. There, month one of Problems of Democracy 101 in a nutshell, for free. In small words, Obama, the president has not sent a budget to the Senate since 2009, the Senate has not asked for or passed a budget since 2009, Mr. Obama has lived in the White House since, you got it, 2009. Got it?
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    @Tralee did you read the constitution? All spendin must originate in the house. The statute you are talking about is not controlling over the constitution. And I would never take poli sci 101 from a conservative republican anyway. Sure, i'll watch george will or peggy noonan for a different perspective, but take a poli sci class from a right winger, no way, they would cetianly give me a bad mark because they tend to be authoritaian and don't like creative thinkers. Besides, I don't want to encourage the school to keep em on the pay roll...
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    @PoliticalSpice Sigh..........OK, what part of the proscribed rules of making a budget did you not understand? Really, it isn't Rocket Science, look it up yourself, it is EXACTLY as I said, both House and Senate have to present a budget, got that? THEN the House RECONCILES the two into ONE that can pass both the House and the Senate and be signed into law by the President. Really, it's just not that hard to grasp. Obsessing on that one DNC talking point, that "All spending must originate in the house" is misleading. The House DID pass a budget, each year that Obama has been in office, BUT according to the rules, the Senate and Pres. must also present a budget, what part of this do you NOT understand?
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    @PoliticalSpice Jezus H. Cristo, what does learning the reality of how government works have to do with left or right? I gave you chapter and verse of the Congressional Budget Procedure, ACCORDING TO THE CONSTITUTION, what part of that did you not get? It's not a left/right issue, it's a PROCEDURAL issue, and procedure that each and every Congress must adhere to. Really, your partisan outlook has done you a real disservice this time. Look it up yourself, type in "Budget procedures by Congress" and you will see the whole thing.
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    The GOP seems to be on the road to self-annihilation. Birthers, Immigration, Women's Rights, Gay Rights, attacking Social Security. Obama doesn't have to do anything but let these guys keep talking.
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    The GOP doesn't need Obama's help in getting relegated to history's dust bin. They're doing that just fine all on their own.
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    I think there's some truth to it, and judging by the comments of that CBS Executive, it's definitely the recommendation of many of his supporters. I've said it before and I'll say it again: Two (2) Major Political Parties ARE NOT ENOUGH. They are conducive to corruption, malfeasance, back-room deals, etc. We don't need FEWER political interests being represented, WE NEED MORE MAJOR POLITICAL PARTIES. I'm not in lockstep with either Democrats or Republicans. I accuse the News Media and the folks who sponsor those so-called National Debates of being complicit in a plot to limit American Voters to only two (2) parties by their failure to often mention other Presidential Candidates who WOULD gain widespread support if the public knew about them. If the USA is ever to benefit from more than 2 political parties, the Media needs to cast off its biases and truly act as an advocate of The People and the 1st Amendment. Equal Time For All! Can you imagine what the USA would be like if we only had 1 Political Party? I'll tell you what it would be like: New Mexico. Retiring FBI Senior Special-Agent in Charge of the FBI Field Office in Albuquerque, NM called New Mexico, in January 2009, on a newscast by KRQE (a CBS affiliate) "The Corruption Capital of the United States". New Mexico is also NEAR THE BOTTOM OR AT THE BOTTOM of every undesirable list of categories in the USA. But it is No. 1 in the number of poverty-stricken kids that qualify for free school breakfasts and lunches- 70 out of every 100 kids!!! That's what 1 monolithic party control of an entire state does. Imagine what it would do to the USA.
  • #119
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    The Republican party is filled with troglodytes from a bygone era. Religion and anti-science thinking permeate our politics to the detriment of us all.
  • #114
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    Not only does he want to destroy the republicans because they are the only ones standing up against his socialist agenda, but mainly Obama wants to destroy America.
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