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#46144 Aug 23, 2012
Obama answers his wingnuz critics:
Yeah Congress has been very, very busy creating "Jobs, Jobs, Jobs".
16 bills to repeal all or parts of the Affordable Care Act
7 bills/resolutions to require a balanced federal budget
5 bills to repeal the estate tax
1 bill to repeal Wall Street Reform
6 bills to restrict women's access to abortions and rename the term “rape” to “forced rape”(as opposed to voluntary rape, perhaps?)
1 bill to take polar bears off the Endangered Species list
1 bill to pull federal funding of public radio
6 bills and a resolution to increase oil drilling in the US and to prevent federal regulation of greenhouse gases
1 bill to remove certain Federal restrictions on interstate firearms transactions
1 bill to prohibit paying salaries of "czars" and a resolution that they should be required to get Congressional approval
1 bill to prevent US-born children of undocumented immigrants from being designated as U.S. citizens
1 bill to allow employers that provide health insurance to count that toward their minimum wage compensation
1 bill to prevent the federal government from regulating the internet
1 bill to permanently reduce individual income tax rates
1 bill to require States' approval of national monument creation in their state
1 bill to require the heads of all four branches of the military to sign off on DADT before it can be implemented
1 bill to rename two buildings after Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush
1 bill to require that Gitmo be kept open and that only military commissions be used to try the inmates held there
1 bill to prevent the posting of signs indicating work being done/paid for under the Recovery Act
1 resolution to repeal the 16th Amendment
Let's not forget their crowning moment of voting 31 times to repeal Obamacare
Congrats GOPers your country is so proud of you all, I understand your platform at the conventions is “Gays – God – and Guns!
#46145 Aug 23, 2012
The question comes to mind:
How is Solyndra different than the hundreds of billions or trillions of dollars spent over the last decade on defense contracts to develop weapons, vehicles, planes, etc, that have failed or have never been built. Solyndra was a very public failure. If any of you GOPers knew how many defense projects are started, paid for in billions but never made it into production or on the battle field – would that would really pi$$ you off?!
#46146 Aug 23, 2012
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, venturing into late-night comedy with a visit to NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” on Friday. When asked for her thoughts on Paul Ryan, the Wisconsin congressman that Mitt Romney has picked for his running mate, Mrs. Pelosi said:“I don’t really know him well because I’ve never been to the gym.”
HEE- HAWWH!!… HEE- HAWWH!!…
(Whew… sorry. We continue:)
Mr. Ryan is well known in Washington circles for his pre-dawn House gym workouts. Mr. Fallon egged on the longtime California congresswoman, asking if she’d seen her House colleague shirtless.“Oh please,” she said.
HEE- HAWWH!!… HEE- HAWWH!!…
“You know, I did at one time consider a career in comedy. I remember the first time I saw Don Rickles’ album,‘Hello Dummy’— I couldn’t help feel Rickles was reaching out to me in some psychic manner. Unfortunately I got side-tracked by my first botched plastic surgery, after the wrong parts came in the mail. So I had to put the comedy idea on hold. But I did run into Rickles before tonight’s show, and I ran my Ryan jokes by him. He said,‘Nancy, now I know why they have handicapped parking in front of the gym. I could never figure it out, until you just mentioned it.’ He’s funny. But I did finally get my opportunity to make a supreme clown of my self during the two years I was Speaker of the House — so the ‘Hello Dummy’ thing may not have been too far out after all. So Jimmy, you want to see my abs? Here, see?… How about my boobs?— Come on, take a peek…"
“Jimmy? Where are you going?…
Where’d he go?….”
Oh God!…. BLEEHHH!! Oh my God!….
(MUSIC UP: Fallon’s misogynist band plays the song “Lying Ass Bitch” they are so fond of playing when introducing women on the show)
8/19/2012, 10:23 pm
Obama's new slogan: Dope and Chains
#46147 Aug 23, 2012
conway and paul suck bush got us in all this trouble and obma is haveing to fix it all that the problem with this world if they would all work togather we would be fine but it all about power and who has it its just bull shit we all suffer because they want power
#46149 Aug 23, 2012
#46150 Aug 23, 2012
Obamas looking for a Poster Child,And you sound purrrr-fect..
#46151 Aug 23, 2012
Blame whomever you want. The problem is Obama has NOT fixed it and it is getting worse daily.
#46152 Aug 23, 2012
CNN Report Debunks Latest False Attack From Obama Campaign
Published on Jul 12, 2012 by RomneyComms
CNN's John King reports on his meeting with four Bain Capital employees, including two active Obama supporters. They all back up Mitt Romney's claim he left Bain Capital in February 1999, thereby refuting the Obama campaign's latest baseless attack.
#46153 Aug 23, 2012
Unearthed Video Shows Obama Supporting Late-Term Abortions
by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 8/22/12 5:14 PM
“The Washington Post reports that President Obama is running his reelection campaign as a “culture warrior,” trying to cast his opponents as extremists on such issues as abortion in the case of rape and requiring religious institutions to pay for contraception. But could Obama’s own extremism on abortion come back to bite him?” McCormack asks.
As an Illinois state senator, Obama was so supportive of late-term abortions, he resisted efforts to protect unborn children born alive after failed abortion procedures.
When Obama opposed a bill to stop infanticide as a member of the Illinois legislature, he said he did so because it reportedly contained language that would have contravened the Roe v. Wade decision. However, documents uncovered during the 2008 election show Obama has misrepresented his position.
Obama, as a member of the Illinois Senate, opposed a state version of the federal Born-Alive Infants Protection Act, a measure that would make sure babies who survive abortions are given proper medical care.
It also protected babies who were “aborted” through a purposeful premature birth and left to die afterwards.
#46154 Aug 23, 2012
Damn right Bubba, and now we find out his secret plans to relocate all white people to Kenya and we won't stand for it let's all grab our guns and march on Washington to take it down, will you lead us?
#46155 Aug 23, 2012
#46156 Aug 23, 2012
Frank that is real stupid talk ?
#46157 Aug 23, 2012
Exactly how is he owning it by still blaming Bush? You talk out of both sides of your mouth. Typical of the Libtads.
More jobs are heading overseas because of Obama's constant war on business. Obama is fixing nothing. Unemployment is still at 8.3% with no end in sight. Actual unemployment is near 13% when you include the people that have stopped looking for work.
People like you are sheep. Just doing what your told so you can keep sucking on the welfare teet.
I could say you were stupid, but that would be an insult to the stupid.
#46158 Aug 23, 2012
Uncle spew at it again,Employment is climbing,By God I think you might actually have a point on this because all ya have to do is climb the wall and it's yours,You will soon get your work permits and SS#s.Courtesy of one Barak Obama!!!!
#46159 Aug 23, 2012
LOL ... you actually figured that out - I'm so proud of you!
#46160 Aug 23, 2012
With a 132 fillibusters over the last 2yrs it's kinda hard to fix anything wouldn't you say?
#46161 Aug 23, 2012
Someone's jealous as sh it of tilisa
#46162 Aug 23, 2012
A Moral Outrage
Senate Democrats Poised for Power Grab
Senate Democrats are going to be working over the Christmas break to deliver a lump of coal to the American people in the form of a radical changing of the Senate’s rules. This is a naked power grab by liberals in the Senate pure and simple.
The National Journal reports that Senate Democrats are laying the groundwork to chip away at the filibuster on January 5, 2011. They are going to push the idea that a simple majority of the Senate can abolish the filibuster rules, or radically change the rules, in a new Congress.
All Democratic senators returning next year have signed a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., urging him to consider action to change long-sacrosanct filibuster rules. The letter, delivered this week, expresses general frustration with what Democrats consider unprecedented obstruction and asks Reid to take steps to end those abuses. While it does not urge a specific solution, Democrats said it demonstrates increased backing in the majority for a proposal, championed by Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M., and others, to weaken the minority’s ability to tie the Senate calendar into parliamentary knots.
They are angry that they could not railroad through the Senate legislation imposing Card Check, a Public Option for ObamaCare and Climate Change. Now it is pay back time
Ironically, it is Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) who has caused the unprecendented number of Senate filibusters with his strong arm tactics. Bill Wichterman, former high ranking Senate Republican leadership staffer and expert in the Senate’s rules, wrote over at at National Review Online in a piece titled “Blame Ried, Not Republicans, for ‘Obstructionism‘” that Reid is to blame for the large numbers of filibusters over the past two years.
We’ve all heard the complaint: Republicans are the “Party of No.” But the GOP’s historic number of filibusters is the only viable response to Sen. Harry Reid’s unprecedentedly authoritarian rule of the Senate. Senator Reid has blocked the minority from amending bills more than any Senate majority leader in history — and more times than the last four Senate majority leaders combined.
Wichterman explains the way Senator Reid has abused his authority as Majority Leader to stifle the free amendment process in the Senate. Republicans responded with filibusters.
Yes I know this says 2010
#46163 Aug 23, 2012
It's been awhile since I've read a comment on here that made me laugh out loud but this one did it! Purrrr-fect!
#46164 Aug 23, 2012
Understanding the Filibuster – And Why it Has to Go
130 Filibusters Attempts in Last Two Years – That’s Around 129 Too Many
Between January 9th, 2010 and the end of the year, the 111th Congress has registered a whopping 132 moves to filibuster. That means 132 senators formally threatened to take to the Senate floor to rant for hours on end in order to halt the political process. By way of contrast, in the entire period of 1955-1961, this happened just once. But back then, a filibuster was a filibuster — any senator who wanted to prevent a vote on a bill that the majority was about to pass actually had to get up and talk, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington-style: Video
Now, nothing of the sort — in fact or fiction — ever happens.
Now, US Senate rules have gradually mutated to allow a mere threat of a filibuster to grind proceedings to a halt. This effectively means that each and every bill that passes the Senate must have a minimum of 60 votes (that’s how many it takes to override a filibuster). Clearly, this isn’t democratic. Over the last 20 years, the use of the filibuster has risen exponentially, utilized both by Democrats and Republicans when each party is in power. Liberals point to the last couple years as being particularly egregious, but the trend for falling back on the filibuster has been growing for decades now. Neither party’s hands are clean.
To put all this in context, Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sander’s 8-hour speech protesting tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans wasn’t even an official filibuster — there was never any motion to cloture. It evoked the principles of a filibuster and it embodied what a filibuster should be, but it didn’t obstruct the bill’s passage. However, it was undeniably a stirring piece of political theater.
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