Just say NO
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The GOP should focus on winning some elections...not backseat driving! ! !
Maybe they should try Jebidiah Bush in 2016...3rd time lucky ! ! !
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Why are the Dems fighting ID Cards for voting? You need an ID to get a drink, cash a check, buy a pack of smokes. Answer: You can only vote once!
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Pretty much the same hypothetical, void of any facts budget lyin Ryan put together roughly a year ago.
No compromising in site, (loopholes & corporate tax restrucering) just same old revenue shifting to the top 10% of his Randian ideology...
Most notably....Not a single mention of job building...
Fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again.
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Pretty much the same hypothetical, void of any facts budget lying Obama put together roughly a year ago.
Oh wait ..Obama has never ever put together a budget.
Seems the Republicans at least have the ambition to try. Obama doesn't! He hasn't produced a budget EVER!
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Right or wrong at least he has a plan, and is trying to do something other than, spend money trying to be a golf playing movie star!!Oh by the way emperor Obama excempted him self from Obama care!!!!! GUESS WHY!!
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Congressman Ryan is the clueless clown handing out the bread just before the circus begins.
A balanced budget is a joke and Congress is the clown telling it.
Ground Hog Day today and everyday these days.
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longtoe,Have not been asked for ID for some time now when buying a drink or cigs or checks under $50 and by the way when you send a check in to pay for house payment,car payment,electrical,water,insurance etc;etc; no id required.Shot your theory all to %%%.Ryan is still pushing his math that doesn't addup.36 straight months of growth.Ryan needs to come up with a jobs plan and stop working his fuzzy math.
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You believe we've had 36 months of job growth?LOL!!! I've got a bridge and some beans i'll sell you,cheap!!No wonder the libs win elections some people believe anything.
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leftwing, house, electric, water, insurance, etc. All these examples are staples and are well established accounts. To start these accounts you did have to show your ID and are on going. To buy a drink or cigs,stores/bars require the employee to check ID's for people that look to be under the age of 30(not sure if this is a state or fed law)
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If Obama could handle making his "own" 38 plus staff members pay their own back taxes $833,000.00 worth, maybe I would try force myself to listen to more of his lies.
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Ryan's budget? Let's see. Privatize medicare to a voucher system. Heard that before--Rejected by the people..... No revision of tax code for the rich--Oh, yes there was--- cut their rate from 36% to 25%-- heard that before, rejected. Roll back regulatory laws for Wall street. Saw that before-did not work. Cutting programs for the middle class, the poor, and the elderly while giving more breaks to the upper crust. Rejected by the majority of voters. Oh, no mention of jobs, though. Sound familiar: This plan was soundly rejected by the people but here he comes with the same tired garbage. What a leader, what a party, what a load of crepe. (Forgot one thing--absolutely zero cuts to the military).
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Forgot one thing-- Repeal the affordable health care act, "almost". He is keeping the savings proposed from the health care act that he is throwing out. Doesn't work. Your party and Mr. Ryan are a laughing stock with every economist out there. His numbers did not work before the election and they are worse now. Get ready for a change at the next election--- Can you righties say "minority party" because that is what you will be.
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minreader,Go back and read what he said.dont read into it.he/she said what they said.Still shot it all to ###
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The number of people on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program was 26 million in 2008, today it is 48 million.
Walmart would go broke if the SNAP program were to be cut. Walmart depends upon customers who are provided government assistance in one form or another.
Walmart is dependent upon the US gov for profits. Without the US gov, Walmart's stock price would fall 30 dollars per share. Cuts will hurt Walmart too. Can't have that.
Congressman Ryan wants to cut, fine, but he needs to begin with his own salary. A fifty percent cut in wages for him still amounts to 87 grand. He'll have to cut back some, but not as much as others.
Cuts for you, but not for Congressman Ryan and all of his cronies is what Congressman Ryan is all about. Call it a budget if you want, but it means you pay more and the billionaires get more.
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Democrats cannot produce a budget and therefore just become more and more blatantly antagonistic to the best interest of the majority of Americans.
Sorta like free love in the 60s Obams giving free love and our money to the slugs.
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Muleskinner How about all the people who work for Wal Mart that you and any other business person would not even look at if you were hiring.
Wal Mart is doing the people they hire and the taxpayers a big service by giving jobs to the handicapped and the underprivileged.. If they hired like Sears or Perkins all those people with disabilities that work at WalMart would be drawing welfare..
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Animal, Obama and all politicians are required to have health insurance under 'Obamacare' just like everyone else. Believing that Obama carved out an exemption for himself is ridiculous; you've been duped by right-wing propaganda. Try developing some critical thinking skills
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Titel 1, Section 1312 says come 2014, Congress and their staff will have buy their insurance through the exchanges. Doesn't mention the Executive Branch or the Judicial Branch though. I imagine they participate, like Congress, through the Fedederal Employee Health Benefit Program though.
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Title not Titel
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Maybe in 2016 it will be ryan and Pope Francis.Na
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Ryan's budget proposal was so vague, the Congressional Budget Office could not even run a cost analysis on it. It's just another empty bit of posturing in Capitol Hill's drawn-out dance with itself. ("Potomac Two-Step" perhaps?) That he is considered the GOP's "budget wizard" would be laughable, if the country's time weren't being wasted.
Makes me wonder if loco,bgdi,dusty,disg,ani, hope, have taken a cruise....Good for you!
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