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Church

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I agree that,all the GOP needs to be put in prison,they haven't past
one jobs bill, an all they can say is, where are the jobs.
All they think about,is how to beat Obama,in this election, an
don't raise taxes,on the rich,the hell with the rest of the of us.
They call themselves conservative for a reason... I.e... Conservative when it comes to passing law
Church

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I agree that,all the GOP needs to be put in prison,they haven't past
one jobs bill, an all they can say is, where are the jobs.
All they think about,is how to beat Obama,in this election, an
don't raise taxes,on the rich,the hell with the rest of the of us.
Why are you defending the rich? You obviously don't have much money.

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Bellefontaine, OH

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Why are you defending the rich? You obviously don't have much money.
You mean "jobs" come from government? I was always under the impression that most jobs come from private business. If that be the case, then why do we need another stupid "jobs bill."
bengals are retards

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#776
Jun 10, 2012
 
who dey who dey gone to beat them bengals everybody.

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Bellefontaine, OH

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#778
Jun 10, 2012
 
Barack Obama da man 2012 wrote:
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BREAKING NEWS
Republicans to refinance Mexico`s unemployment
this has got to be the straw that broke the
mules back. SAY WHAT
Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act
Sponsor Rep. Hastings, Doc
Committee Natural Resources
Date May 10, 2011 (112th Congress, 1st Session)
Staff Contact Sarah Makin
H.R. 1229
Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act
Sponsor Rep. Hastings, Doc
Committee Natural Resources
Date May 10, 2011 (112th Congress, 1st Session)
Staff Contact Sarah Makin
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On Tuesday, May 10, 2011, the House is scheduled to consider H.R. 1229, the Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act, under a rule. The rule provides for one hour of debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking member of the Committee on Natural Resources. Additionally, the rule makes in order 11 amendments, debatable for 10 minutes each, and provides for one motion to recommit with or without instructions.
H.R. 1229 was introduced by Rep. Doc Hastings (R-WA) on March 29, 2011, and was referred to the House Committee on Natural Resources, as well as the Committee on the Judiciary. On April 13, 2011, the House Committee on Natural Resources held a markup of H.R. 1229 and ordered the bill, as amended, to be reported by a vote of 27-16.
higher.

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Jun 10, 2012
 
LegislationLegislative DigestPrevious DigestsBillsFrom the FloorVotesToday's VotesVotes by DateRelated VotesVote #308
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H.R. 1229
Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act
Sponsor Rep. Hastings, Doc
Committee Natural Resources
Date May 10, 2011 (112th Congress, 1st Session)
Staff Contact Sarah Makin
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On Tuesday, May 10, 2011, the House is scheduled to consider H.R. 1229, the Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act, under a rule. The rule provides for one hour of debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking member of the Committee on Natural Resources. Additionally, the rule makes in order 11 amendments, debatable for 10 minutes each, and provides for one motion to recommit with or without instructions.

H.R. 1229 was introduced by Rep. Doc Hastings (R-WA) on March 29, 2011, and was referred to the House Committee on Natural Resources, as well as the Committee on the Judiciary. On April 13, 2011, the House Committee on Natural Resources held a markup of H.R. 1229 and ordered the bill, as amended, to be reported by a vote of 27-16.
EXECUTIVE BSUMMARY of HR 1229


H.R. 1229 would amend the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act to direct the Secretary of the Interior to require that any lessee operating under an approved exploration plan obtain a permit before drilling any well, and obtain a new permit before drilling any well of a design that is significantly different than the design for which an existing permit was issued. The bill would prohibit the Secretary from issuing a permit without ensuring that the proposed drilling operations meet all critical safely system requirements (including blowout prevention), and oil spill response and containment requirements.

The bill would require the Secretary to decide whether to issue a permit within 30 days after receiving an application for the permit. H.R. 1229 would allow this period to be extended for up to 30 days if the Secretary has given written notice of the delay to the applicant.(This provision of H.R. 1229 would end the de facto moratorium in the Gulf of Mexico.)

The bill would require the Secretary to provide application denials in writing, complete with reasons why the application was not accepted, detailed information concerning any deficiencies, and any opportunities to remedy such deficiencies. H.R. 1229 would deem an application approved if the Secretary has not made a decision by the end of the 60-day period beginning on the date the application is received by the Secretary.

H.R. 1229 would set deadlines for certain permit applications under existing leases. The bill would provide 30 days, with no extension, for the Secretary to restart Gulf permits that were approved before the administration’s moratorium was imposed on May 27, 2010. The bill would require that if the Secretary fails to act, the leases will be put into suspension (the clock stops ticking on the time-limited lease) until a decision is made.

The bill would establish any district court within the 5th circuit as the exclusive venue for certain civil actions relating to covered energy projects in the Gulf of Mexico, unless there is no proper venue within any 5th circuit court. H.R. 1229 would define a “covered action” as one seeking relief (other than money damages) and stating a claim that an agency or an agency officer or employee acted or failed to act in an official capacity or under color of legal authority regarding such a project.

H.R. 1229 would provide for an expedited judicial review process for resolving lawsuits relating to Gulf permits by limiting the timeframe for filing a covered civil action; the judicial granting or approval of prospective relief; and attorneys’ fees and other court costs.

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#781
Jun 10, 2012
 
TransVaginal Slurppy wrote:
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Republicans to refinance Mexico`s unemployment
this has got to be the straw that broke the
mules back. SAY WHAT
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MEXICO or New Mexico?

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#783
Jun 10, 2012
 
Barack Obama da man 2012 wrote:
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////////// MEXICO //////////
grab you by the ears and skull .... you in the mouth
nuttts a bounching off ya chinny chin chin
Can you provide me with the job's bill's number?
Hijinx Romney

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#785
Jun 10, 2012
 
Portman is a fine example of Republican leadership. We can trust him to favor our job creators, not try to preserve a middle class that’s failing due to unemployment. Portman understands that what’s best for America is to let the job creators manage everything.

When will those ungrateful surfs learn to appreciate all their noble masters do for them? Nuf said.
Hijinx Romney

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#792
Jun 11, 2012
 
free wrote:
Once you master the English landuage, maybe you'll understand why "gubment? is the problem and not the solution. No private sector jobs, no taxes paid, no "gubment" spending, no
"gubment" jobs, no "gubment" services......... Greece ! And Spain to soon follow.
Don't get people started with Dirty Democrat leadership, or should I say "lack thereof". They are criminals in their own right and should be incarcerated & share a cell block with Bernie Madeoff.
Liberal Dirty Democrats have done more damage to our free society than any Republican or Conservative industrialist or capitalist. But look at the make-up of big corporate leaders and you'll see alot more Dirty Democrat donors and schmoozers like GE CEO Jeffery Emelt, jobs czar of this administration sending thousands of GE job assignments overseas. He is one of your kind on this Planet of the Ape-squeeze.
Smurf Serfs . Pay taxes until we're blue in the face ?
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Thank you, my learned friend, for using the shortcomings of my note as a springboard to make our Republican position perfectly clear. I was only able to rehash our frequently documented strategies for seizing power. You, however, as a gentleman and scholar of superior insight and intelligence who has mastered command of the English language, have gone the extra mile to describe our values and outlook. In short, you have done nothing less than present a model we can all admire.

How right you are. We all believe that Democrat leadership is pretty dirty, and then they actually have the nerve to get angry with us for consistently refusing to negotiate with them and being obstructionistic.

Thanks for the infusion of red meat. Please keep it coming. With your help we can be victorious winners.
Hijinx Romney

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#794
Jun 11, 2012
 
What is an animated post? How does it move?
Hijinx Romney

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#796
Jun 11, 2012
 
Do you mean “automated” post?

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#799
Jun 11, 2012
 
This poll is old. For 2012 I support http://ScottRupert.com as Ohio's choice. He drives a truck, rides a Harley, won't wear neckties, battles the IRS, scratches where it itches and says what he means. He's a common man, not a career politician, and he's taking the money out of politics. Because over 40% of voters are sick and tired of both parties, Scott runs as the non-party independent: he is their voice. Instead of business as usual, Ohio finally has a choice for a change!
The TRUTH

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Republicans 4 Obama wrote:
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//This is an Animated Post Please Do Not Reply//
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Republicans to refinance Mexico`s unemployment
this has got to be the straw that broke the
mules back. SAY WHAT
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YOU are an ANIMATED JACKA$$$!

Stay the F off these polls if you are gonna be a SPAM Queen!

The bottom line is that your muslim, socialist, Marxist, Black liberation theology supporter, WHITE PEOPLE hating criminal WILL BE VOTED OUT when the elections take place!

FACE IT!

All you left wing freaks will be trading your food stamps for Ripple and sulking in your tears on that fine day!
Hijinx Romney

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Jun 11, 2012
 
I’m still trying to understand what Republicans 4 Obama means when he/she keeps pasting the blurb about “animated post.” I think it may be an attempt to say “automated post,” which would make some sense whether true or not. The rest of his/her blurb about Republicans and Mexico is equally confusing, but I do know that “EOF” may mean “end of file.” Or maybe not.
Hijinx Romney

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#804
Jun 11, 2012
 
With no middle class of any significance remaining, we need to be aware that we are without our previous broad base of consumers who could afford to buy the products and services provided by our corporations. We need to create jobs for people to earn just enough money to again be able to purchase our stuff, but not enough for them to gain political power. That way, we can continue to make money, but not have to worry about rebellion.

Point, smile and wink; it makes them like us anyway.
Hijinx Romney

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Jun 11, 2012
 
The TRUTH wrote:
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YOU are an ANIMATED JACKA$$$!
Stay the F off these polls if you are gonna be a SPAM Queen!
The bottom line is that your muslim, socialist, Marxist, Black liberation theology supporter, WHITE PEOPLE hating criminal WILL BE VOTED OUT when the elections take place!
FACE IT!
All you left wing freaks will be trading your food stamps for Ripple and sulking in your tears on that fine day!
Nicely worded, The Truth. You’re obviously another educated gentleman and scholar uniquely capable of articulating the Republican agenda. Ann and I look forward to reading more posts by you. Here’s a point/smile/wink for you.

“fear thy goverment”

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#806
Jun 11, 2012
 
i am fed up with the whole bunch
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#809
Jun 12, 2012
 
free wrote:
The middle class is being drained of what little wealth they were able to accummulate in retirement IRA's, pensions, and fund investments. The government's regulatory drain on corporate profits devalue their stock dividends which are in retirement investment funds. The government is sucking us dry from the bottom up and the wealthy folks can withstand this devalue by moving / protecting assets.
What liquidity left (paycheck to paycheck) for middle and lower class workers goes for everyday essentials and into big corporate profits. CEO's benefit, corporate administration's benefit, white and blue collar workers of these corporations benefit and stockholders benefit. There is nothing left to spend in the private economy or to tax. Eventually the domestic economy cycles down after continually being taxed at each transaction, until there's nothing left and the economy comes to a grinding halt....
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As parents we sacrifice by sending our kids to college to outsmart us. We commend you for being such a responsible parent. It sounds like your daughter was introduced to Keynesian economics at school. It advocates that while our capitalistic economy is best left in the hands of the private sector (our kind of people), it tends to get out of balance (in favor of our kind of people) and need correction by the public sector in the form of government spending to stimulate middle class spending and hence growth.

You are so articulate that I want to be uncharacteristically candid with you. If Ann and I were concerned about supporting a middle class, this is what we would advocate. Instead, we favor growth for the “job creators”(code meaning people like us)and like to say that our wealth will trickle down to the common folk. That’s why we’re not really concerned about seeking middle class support, but rely on wealthy corporate SuperPAC support. We easily appease the Tea Party folks by feeding their (dare I say, racial) hatred.

Thank you for being one of us as a wealthy job creator. Point/wink/smile.

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Hijinx Romney wrote:
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As parents we sacrifice by sending our kids to college to outsmart us. We commend you for being such a responsible parent. It sounds like your daughter was introduced to Keynesian economics at school. It advocates that while our capitalistic economy is best left in the hands of the private sector (our kind of people), it tends to get out of balance (in favor of our kind of people) and need correction by the public sector in the form of government spending to stimulate middle class spending and hence growth.
You are so articulate that I want to be uncharacteristically candid with you. If Ann and I were concerned about supporting a middle class, this is what we would advocate. Instead, we favor growth for the “job creators”(code meaning people like us)and like to say that our wealth will trickle down to the common folk. That’s why we’re not really concerned about seeking middle class support, but rely on wealthy corporate SuperPAC support. We easily appease the Tea Party folks by feeding their (dare I say, racial) hatred.
Thank you for being one of us as a wealthy job creator. Point/wink/smile.
What some like to call, "trickle-down-economics, " is the only system that works. If u think other wise, what would you replace it with?

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