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Republicans' Ace in the Hole: Simpson-Bowles?

HarryReidsAGreatAmerican Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 7:18 PM
"Ryan's plan didn't name one loop hole he'd close, it was incomplete at best. " Ryan voted for a lot of spending in the era of the Bush Dullard. His conversion to economic conservatism seems transparent and insincere, even to those of us who have no use for economic conservatism in the fist place.
tuttletacoma Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 7:23 PM
remind us again pervert, why imbeciles like you continue to live in the past

but it seems you have beggerered so many times it has turned your pathetic brain into mush

The reality is it's your black messiah that has added 5 trillion to the nation debt and promises more trillions in debt over the next 4 years

but then racist's like you will never hold comrade hussein accountable for his failures since you don't believe blacks are capable of doing the job they were hired to do

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