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Republicans' Ace in the Hole: Simpson-Bowles?

Learning_Community_Party Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 8:27 AM
I don't know why all you conservatives think that Obama has the upper hand here. The way this works is that the House passes bills. Why doesn't the house simply pass A bill they like. For example they could pass the Ryan Budget. They passed it before. All the the TP/GOP is doing is reacting to Obama. Why don't they take action? Unless of course, the liberal narrative is correct and the TP/GOP is actually what Guy Benson says they are; 'Republicans-as-stubborn-obstructionists'
Lance8762 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 8:35 AM
;)

You can't even get through an article w/o a twist. Benson stated the media was crafting Republicans as such.

Remember, one is to lower the trousers BEFORE taking a krap. THAT's why you smell, goofy!
Learning_Community_Party Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 9:07 AM
Excellent, personal insults. Par for the course her. But be that as it may.

OK, name that tune. If the TP/GOP is not "republicans-as-stubborn-obstructionist" they should pass their own bill.

They should get their members together and paint Obama into a corner by passing the Ryan Budget or something else.

To simply walk away confirms the liberal narrative.

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