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Maybe he should tell us who these "establishment budget experts" were. This sounds very unlikely. Even more disturbing, I had several conversations with journalists explaining that the United States would not default if the debt limit wasn’t raised. The federal government, I explained, will be collecting 12 times as much revenue as required to pay interest on the debt. And I shared quotes from several establishment budget experts who agreed with my assessment.
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Apocalyptic Hallucinations on the Right

mices Wrote: Oct 17, 2013 4:28 PM
Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
The only things Republicans got out of this were billions of dollars in damage to the economy and a rock-bottom public approval rating. But here's how we can make a comeback. Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
YIKES cool it with racism. There are a few people who actually read this blog.
Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
Here's a suggestion to help us all along. Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
Private Equity firms, like Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital, have been allowed to acquire companies and use Chapter 11 to force them into bankruptcy. Chapter 11 got rid of all the companies’ debts. Then Romney could start operations all over again with the company debt-free. Why can’t students, homeowners and other debtors declare Chapter 11 too? The only reason is because they don’t have enough money to “influence” Congressmen and Senators. They should organize. They could shut down the government too if they all got together. This would be a much more principled and honorable crusade than simply trying to screw people out of better health care.
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