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When Should Republicans Force the Big Fight on Spending?

TROUBLED_CALIFORNIAN Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 1:14 PM
THIS from GUY! GUY is the person who keeps vomiting the right wing talking point about "NO Budget passed in years"!!!! OMG! Yet that is a total LIE, GUY. The 2012 budget was passed on December 11, 2011. / The 2011 budget was passed on April 14, 2010 The 2010 budget was passed on April 3, 2009. Seems budgets were passed and the RIGHT just keeps on telling the SAME lies. Pavlov's Bell is ringing, Perhaps that is the only WAY to control the drones. things like Romney is going to Win in a LANDSLIDE!! Seems lying is ALL the right can do.
DB07 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 1:31 PM
Voting to spend money do not a budget plan make. And a budget plan (as required by law) has NOT been approved by the Senate in over 3 years.....
DB07 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 1:34 PM
Also, you're needlessly derisive and dismissive. You act like an as shole.
TROUBLED_CALIFORNIAN Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 2:15 PM
so you didn't go to the links either?

Lets look at 2010 link for DB, the ignorant conservative.

from the linked story:
This massive budget bill, that was passed by the House with a 296-121 vote on Friday and cleared the Senate on Saturday with a 67-32 vote,

Sounds like the Budget bill PASSED the Senate by 67-32 vote.

why are cons so friggin ignorant?
TROUBLED_CALIFORNIAN Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 2:16 PM
You act like conservative drone who checks NO FACTS.
Gazinya Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 1:21 PM
If a budget was passed there would be no need for a 'Continuing Resolution' to fund government in lieu of a buget. Maybe you could inform us what happened to the HOUSE passed budgets that were then to the Ried SENATE. If you don't know, according to the Constitution, the Budget is proposed in the Senate and debated and 'conferenced' in the HOUSE. So what budget are you speaking of fella? Reid put the House budget, that was proposed, debated and passed in the House, in the Democrat round file.
TROUBLED_CALIFORNIAN Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 1:24 PM
did you bother to follow the links?


Too complicated?

The simplistic, if understandable, answer to that question for many conservatives is right now.  The national debt has surpassed our GDP, we're borrowing 40 cents of every dollar we spend, and our unpaid-for federal obligations already exceed $80 trillion.  We're in dire straits; there's no escaping that.  But there's also no escaping certain political realities: The public isn't feeling especially charitable toward Congressional Republicans these days, Democrats control 55 Senate seats, and this president will occupy the Oval Office for the next four years.  If the GOP is seeking to apply pressure on the Left to improve our...