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The GOP and Round Two

NullifyNow Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 9:43 AM
Yeah Hewitt. Don't let that Constitution thing get in the way of your analysis. There was NO negotiating supposed to be going on between them in the first place. The house is to introduce legislation (not the Senate) for spending, then send it to the senate, then (if it survives) send it to the president. The president is NOT a legislator They "negotiate" by the prez signing or vetoing. It goes back to the House for over ride if he vetoes. It can be tweaked at that point thereafter if no over ride is possible (resubmit). Those are the only negotiations allowed. Treating ObamaNazi as a member of Congress is not how the Constitution works Folks, it is nitwits like Hewitt who have led the GOP down the garden path to today's disasters.
NullifyNow Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 11:20 AM
I apologize to Mr. Hewitt for calling him a nitwit and leading the GOP to disaster.

Only on this issue.

Pat Toomey has a wonderful explanation about this issue: there was no ability to address spending in the fiscal cliff "negotiations". That comes with the debt ceiling business in Feb/Mar.

Nevertheless, Hewitt is greatly responsible for our having a Marxist/fascist in the White House with the phony war on terror/late term abortion fetish he has.

God is not mocked. We have not marched into slavery for no reason. God's people are sent into slavery because they have no moral discernment, or at least very little of it. And that's Hugh.

He led millions astray with his hypocrisy over killing innocents overseas and claiming to be prolife
NullifyNow Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 11:24 AM
I highly recommend (like it matters that I do?) this Townhall article which has a great clip of Sen. Pat Toomey explaining the situations about the Fiscal Cliff and the Debt Ceiling issue coming up and how that the Fiscal Cliff talks could never have addressed the spending issue.

Make sure to click on the video and listen to Sen. Toomey. Totally awesome.

President Obama won the first round of his second term, but thanks to Mitch McConnell the beating wasn’t as severe as it could have been.

The period between the election and the turn of the calendar was dominated by the president, with Speaker John Boehner as his foil. The Speaker always seemed to assume the president was negotiating in good faith, even as the campaign events continued, and even as he was pummeled day and night by the president and his surrogates in the MSM.

The collapse of the Speaker's and the GOP’s ability to make an argument was complete...