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BREAKING: GOP Counters WH Offer on Fiscal Cliff, Embraces Bowles-Simpson Variant

Libs_Are_UsefulIdiots Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 5:50 PM
Bruce2397 Wrote: 1 minute ago (5:47 PM) He was "allowed" in the way the Constitution specifies---he won the election. > Maybe yes, maybe no... Congress urged: Investigate vote fraud now! GOP poll inspectors illegally removed from voting locations. MORE than 100 percent of registered voters turning out to vote. Computers reverting to a default Obama vote, regardless of whom the voter selects. Not to mention... Forensic profiler: Obama confessing election fraud Concludes 'in his secret fury he stole 2012 presidential' race
HoovervilleFollies Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 6:01 PM
Anne, people of your alleged intelligence don't do themselves credit by citing articles at credibility challenged fringe websites like WND. Just today, I saw a good capsule description of the site. I won't tell you where, since you'd just do a "Three Monkeys" routine and call me a name. But it certainly captures the essence:

" a website for the cooky fringe, home to the kind of head-shaking extremism that elicits more pity than outrage. Indeed, if you visit the site and poke around for a few minutes, it's almost inevitable that you'll find yourself wondering if WND is sincere or if it's a parody site intended to make right-wing conspiracy theorists look silly."
Gordon110 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 5:54 PM
They wouldn't investigate his past before the first election, they will not bring articles of impeachment against him, and they will never investigate voter fraud. All these things need to be done but they never will be. There are not enough people on Capitol Hill with the stones to do it. They couldn't even convict Bill Clinton on a slam dunk perjury charge.
Bruce2397 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 5:56 PM
"They wouldn't investigate his past..." All we heard about during the Spring, Summer, and Fall of 2008 was "its all Obama, all the time, the only thing the press writes about is Obama, they tell us everything about him, we're sick of it." Now you claim to not know anything about him...

Do you guys even have the faintest clue how pathetic you sound?
Gordon110 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 6:00 PM

Well, this move by Speaker Boehner doesn't exactly follow my Simpson-Bowles playbook to a tee -- but Erskine Bowles does make an appearance, and Republicans are going on (realistic, reasonable) offense.  In a new letter addressed to the president, House Republican leaders firmly reject the president's non-starter "proposal," pointedly decline to counter with an equally unrealistic wish list, and offer an alternative bipartisan solution: