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Senate voted down their debt plan

Discussion in 'Politics and Current Affairs' started by Crude, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. Crude

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    Democrats couldn't even get votes for their plan in a house they control.

    Yeah, it's the republicans fault...lol
     

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    lol even worse......... the guy who submitted the plan also initiated a filibuster on it......

    these clowns are clueless
     
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    Pelosi's counterpart? I'm going to call the game right now....they are going to play games till hours before the dead line, behind closed doors there will be a bill drafted and it will be passed just before the deadline and no one had time to read it...
     
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    The May 2003 debt limit increase passed the Senate the same day as the $350 billion Bush tax cuts for the wealthy.

    At the exact same time that they had to borrow more money to run the country, they gave huge tax breaks to millionaires. It doesn't get much more blatant than that.

    The house was controlled by Republicans, the Senate was evenly split. The vote was 50-50, all Democrats against, with Cheney casting the tiebreaker that broke America's back.

    Cost so far: over $4 trillion in debt. And now Republicans are trying to use the debt they created to blame Obama for the economic collapse of this country.

    Yes, it is the Republicans fault.
     
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    So, two wrong make a right? This is what I keep hearing every time obongo makes a dumb move. The problem is, there are people that didn't like it from Bush and sure as hell are fed up with it now. Enter the tea party.
    Stop playing this card it's not making the point you think it is.:rolleyes:
     
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    The point I made is perfectly clear. You called out Democrats for problems Republicans created with full knowledge and intention.

    The card you've played is quite revealing. Thanks for letting us know what we are dealing with.

    Here's a tip for forum users: User CP > Edit Ignore List. Place the objectionable individual's name here and *PRESTO*, they no longer exist.
     
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    Personal invective is never needed.

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