Republicans Teapublicans cave to Democrats

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Camden Family Voter

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Last week Republicans finally saw the Democrats policy on the Debt Ceiling and caved.

This week they finally agreed the Democrats plan for citizenship for most immigrants here illegally is the right move for the country.

Wow, with this level of caving, this could be a better four years than we imagined!

From multiple new sources, "Two senators at the center of negotiations over comprehensive immigration reform, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) said on Sunday that a pathway to citizenship is an essential component of a comprehensive reform bill."
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Well Shameless is not going to run for reelection to the senate.

Hopefully the other Wall Street Bank Bail Out buddy, Isickson, will also not run for reelection.

Bet they both have big money jobs lined up lobbying for Wall Street Investment banks.

No people it's not Obama distroying the Republican party, the republican party self distructed because of low class of candidates that keep getting elected to office.

Voters need a new political party that represents fiscal conservatives.
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Tea Party? Are they still around? I think that America soon got tired of their idiotic tantrums and illogical non-platform.
Justice

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Jan 28, 2013
 
You are so right ! Tea Party/Libertarians have been identified as the extremists that they are.
Jay Morinco

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Because wrote:
Tea Party? Are they still around? I think that America soon got tired of their idiotic tantrums and illogical non-platform.
Yeah! Just who the hell do they think they are? Going around talking about balancing the budget. Loons, everyone of those tea baggers
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Jan 28, 2013
 
Republican (RINO') have been identified as frauds posing as fiscal conservatives while lining their own pockets at the expense of tax payers. Republicans are no different than democrats, only worse. At least democrats admit to being big government spenders and fiscal liberals.

Republicans will never win a national election again. They have lied one too many times about being fiscal conservatives. Rino'S are only capable of pushing phoney social conservative ideas while trying to appeal to nut case voters about controlling women's vaginas.

The republican base of nut case social conservatives is very small and getting smaller. Goodbye fools. You split your own party by spending like democrats while lying about being fiscally conservative.

You RINO's have been exposed and you will never get the fiscal conservative wing of your party back. Fiscal conservatives must either form their own third party with a platform of fiscal conservative values or watch this PONZI scheme government house of cards continue to collapse under lying RINO;s and democrats.
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Jan 28, 2013
 
Justice wrote:
You are so right ! Tea Party/Libertarians have been identified as the extremists that they are.
Yeah, us repubs (RINO's) and demos know how to run a government with advice and concent from K-street and wall street.
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Jan 28, 2013
 
Camden Family Voter wrote:
Last week Republicans finally saw the Democrats policy on the Debt Ceiling and caved.
This week they finally agreed the Democrats plan for citizenship for most immigrants here illegally is the right move for the country.
Wow, with this level of caving, this could be a better four years than we imagined!
From multiple new sources, "Two senators at the center of negotiations over comprehensive immigration reform, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) said on Sunday that a pathway to citizenship is an essential component of a comprehensive reform bill."
Menendez, isn't he the guy who repeatedly traveled to South America to pay for the services of underage girls?
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Jan 28, 2013
 
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Menendez, isn't he the guy who repeatedly traveled to South America to pay for the services of underage girls?
Yeah, here it is:

http://www.policymic.com/articles/24209/bob-m...
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Jan 28, 2013
 
Sorry, Dominican Republic, not South America.
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This should be embraced, perhaps adults have returned to Congress and the Republican's tactic of obstruction will cease and the country can continue the recovery and rebuilding at an accelerated pace.
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And today, the Republican-Teapublican controlled House passed a $50.5 billion dollar Hurricane Sandy relief bill, one they had failed to pass three other times. Should we chant, cave baby cave, or what?
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Jan 29, 2013
 
Camden Family Voter wrote:
Last week Republicans finally saw the Democrats policy on the Debt Ceiling and caved.
This week they finally agreed the Democrats plan for citizenship for most immigrants here illegally is the right move for the country.
Wow, with this level of caving, this could be a better four years than we imagined!
From multiple new sources, "Two senators at the center of negotiations over comprehensive immigration reform, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) said on Sunday that a pathway to citizenship is an essential component of a comprehensive reform bill."
What's next, health care?
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Jan 30, 2013
 
January 31, 1865
13th Amendment banning slavery passed by U.S. House with unanimous Republican support, intense Democrat opposition.
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Jan 30, 2013
 
Max wrote:
And today, the Republican-Teapublican controlled House passed a $50.5 billion dollar Hurricane Sandy relief bill, one they had failed to pass three other times. Should we chant, cave baby cave, or what?
Only the RINO's caved. All socialist/democraps and 40+ Republicans voted for the pork laden bill.

Go to this site to read about some of the pork. http://www.gopusa.com/news/2013/01/15/too-muc...

It was reported that only 17 billion of the 50.5 billion bill was for the Sandy disaster.

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