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Anyone Want To Buy A Bridge Or Maybe Vote For A Republican?
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BigBlue
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2015 4:42 pm    Post subject: Anyone Want To Buy A Bridge Or Maybe Vote For A Republican? Reply with quote

Remember last years elections? The Republicans cleaned house with a promise to dismantle Obamacare and shut down the spending. Well here we are a year later and all year long we have heard it takes time to get things done and we can't expect miracles over night and the best of the lot, we need the presidency to get things done. Well with a majority in both houses they passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill today. With a majority also comes the power of the purse, yet they still went ahead and passed this bill! I don't believe it was the intention of the voters to elect these Senators and Congressman to see how much more debt they could pile on our Grandchildren. There were a handful of patriots that voted against the bill, but for the most part the GOP leadership once again failed us and skipped down the road holding hands with Obama and his minions. I keep wondering just how long it will be before they join the Democrats in calling for a gun ban. The only reason I have left to vote for Republicans is that they have so far held back the Democrats on gun control, otherwise they are as useless and traitorous as the Democrats.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2015 6:08 pm    Post subject: Re: Anyone Want To Buy A Bridge Or Maybe Vote For A Republican? Reply with quote

Strong words, but I have to agree with you about the lack of action. It has mostly been blamed on the Senate Majority Leaders bickering and then handshaking themselves into retirement. Traitorous? don't think I'd square up the Republicans vs Democrats in that way but the Republicans certainly aren't following the word of the people or keeping promises.

It's no wonder our highest ratings go to non-politicians who have nothing to lose and the politicians who are out there seem like retards.

In the recent debate for instance, Trump wants to keep our Muslim immigration on hold to help stop radicalized extremists from killing us all and his opposition laughs and calls that idea absurd. Rubio, Cruz and Jeb would rather start a war in Syria to stop Muslim immigrants from killing Americans in America. The GOP's demand that we take out ISIS would not have prevented the attack in San Bernardino as the FBI found out it was planned even before ISIS even existed.

It seems the weaker a candidate is on border control, the more he wants to go to war to stop immigration. What the heck?

From Ann Coulter;
Here's an idea: We let backward, poverty-stricken, misogynistic, clitorectomy-performing Third Worlders scratch out a living in their medieval hellholes, and just keep them out of our country. Also known as: the Trump Plan.

Rubio lectures Americans that "we need to understand who ISIS is." Rubio needs to understand what a border is. These debates have turned Republicans into self-parodies of wonkery over common sense.

Well BB I know it's all words and bluster right now but I really think something epic is happening and we're going to watch it slowly turn the tide from disabled, primping retards to border guarding, and mindful, constitutional legislation worshiping. Of course I thought that during the second coming of Obama too.....but my fingers are crossed and I'm so frickin anxious for the next election, I can't stand it. If a non-politician can get elected then (hopefully) we'll get some non-political, people minded governance.

Cruzing around I found THIS GREAT article about the spending bill and why both parties are in agreement.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2015 5:05 am    Post subject: Re: Anyone Want To Buy A Bridge Or Maybe Vote For A Republican? Reply with quote

Speaking of Rubio, he didn't even bother to show up for the vote! Suz I agree we have had enough of the professional politicians and need an outsider to get the things done that the people they represent want done. A year ago I held out hope that the incoming Congress would get things done, that they would not yet have been corrupted by the beltway, so much for that hope. I'm at the point of putting my fingers in my ears and humming so I don't have to hear any more bad news for this country. Despite all of the scandals that surround her, Hillary is still the odds on favorite and that does not bode well for our future. Of course that all depends on whether our current Dictator in Chief allows an election to proceed.
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