Republicans the party of LIARS

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#11504 Jan 13, 2014
guest wrote:
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Then you don't know what you have been posting. Is this just an act for you or are you really that way?
No, you obviously have a difficult time reading posts, you are turning to your leadershipís tactic to lie just to push an agenda?

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#11505 Jan 13, 2014
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There are numerous bills that Boehnor will not bring up like during the last shutdown and you only want to talk about the Senate.
You have yet to answer any question and you expect me to jump through your hoops.
So the answer is you conít answer a simple question. Letís try one more time and then please feel free to ask anything and I would be more than happy to address them.

The House has voted to repeal OBAMACARE numerous times so based on your assertion should it have passed?

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#11506 Jan 13, 2014
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I understand it just fine. The only positive from it was the pork could be trimmed off.
LOL!!! Letís try this again. Do you or do you not like the Constitution of the United States of America?
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United States

#11507 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>Are you contending the Democrats don’t have the power now when they hold the White House and the Senate?
Yes, Americans complained.
I'll go back to the question of power that started this. The Democrats don't have the power to stop a Republican filibuster and vote for cloture so the bill can be brought up for a final yea/nea vote. So yes, they don't have the power to pass a bill on their own. If they had a super majority then yes they would have the power to pass a bill without the Republicans.
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United States

#11508 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>LOL!!! Let’s try this again. Do you or do you not like the Constitution of the United States of America?
Yes, I like it.

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#11509 Jan 13, 2014
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I'll go back to the question of power that started this. The Democrats don't have the power to stop a Republican filibuster and vote for cloture so the bill can be brought up for a final yea/nea vote. So yes, they don't have the power to pass a bill on their own. If they had a super majority then yes they would have the power to pass a bill without the Republicans.
We are a Constitutional Republic, why would you consider what you described a lack of power? With the White House and the Senate held by democrats what bill can the Republicans pass?

The democrats are in power make no mistake and to blame Republicans for the power trip the democrats are playing is less than foolish.

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#11510 Jan 13, 2014
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Yes, I like it.
Then why would you allow one man power over parts and pieces of a Bill that would effect all 50 States?
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United States

#11511 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>We are a Constitutional Republic, why would you consider what you described a lack of power? With the White House and the Senate held by democrats what bill can the Republicans pass?

The democrats are in power make no mistake and to blame Republicans for the power trip the democrats are playing is less than foolish.
Then explain why the Republicans have used the filibuster more than any party in the Senate in the US Congress history. Is that not power? Talk about a power trip.
Do the Democrats have the power to be filibuster proof? Now do you understand?
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United States

#11512 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>Then why would you allow one man power over parts and pieces of a Bill that would effect all 50 States?
The idea of defunding an Alaska bridge to no where comes to mind. If they wanted that, they can override the veto and move along. The system still works as it does now.

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#11513 Jan 13, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Then explain why the Republicans have used the filibuster more than any party in the Senate in the US Congress history. Is that not power? Talk about a power trip.
Do the Democrats have the power to be filibuster proof? Now do you understand?
They are doing the job their constituents elected them to do, so yes.
The democrats do not, thankfully, have "power to be filibuster proof", but they certainly hold the power as evidence the budget deal and partial government shut down.

I understand we are a Constitutional Republic and the democrats have held the the power... Do you understand?

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#11514 Jan 13, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>The idea of defunding an Alaska bridge to no where comes to mind. If they wanted that, they can override the veto and move along. The system still works as it does now.
ONE MAN would hold all that power and he liked the mayor of Alaska bridge town could just as easily not veto...

Obviously un constitutional.
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United States

#11515 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>They are doing the job their constituents elected them to do, so yes.
The democrats do not, thankfully, have "power to be filibuster proof", but they certainly hold the power as evidence the budget deal and partial government shut down.

I understand we are a Constitutional Republic and the democrats have held the the power... Do you understand?
The Republicans shut down the government. Say what you want, the shutdown was on the Republicans and the Destroyer of the Republicans, the Tea Party.

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#11516 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
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They are doing the job their constituents elected them to do, so yes.
The democrats do not, thankfully, have "power to be filibuster proof", but they certainly hold the power as evidence the budget deal and partial government shut down.
I understand we are a Constitutional Republic and the democrats have held the the power... Do you understand?
Government Shutdown was a Teaparty function.....
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United States

#11517 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>ONE MAN would hold all that power and he liked the mayor of Alaska bridge town could just as easily not veto...

Obviously un constitutional.
LOL, you think the President not using a line item veto and signing a bill into law that was passed by the House and Senate is unconstitutional. The Constitution gives the President that power now without the line item veto.

Hahahahaha.
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United States

#11518 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
<quoted text>They are doing the job their constituents elected them to do, so yes.
The democrats do not, thankfully, have "power to be filibuster proof", but they certainly hold the power as evidence the budget deal and partial government shut down.

I understand we are a Constitutional Republic and the democrats have held the the power... Do you understand?
Their constituents are unhappy with them shutting down the government.

KarlVIIIII

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11519 Jan 13, 2014
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Their constituents are unhappy with them shutting down the government.
The GOP's constituents are also signing up for The Affordable Care act and when the GOP attempts to repeal the law (for the 49th time) they will be very unhappy for taking from them (again) as well...

KarlVIIIII

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11520 Jan 13, 2014
Respect71 wrote:
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ONE MAN would hold all that power and he liked the mayor of Alaska bridge town could just as easily not veto...
Obviously un constitutional.
You as the rest of the far right don't seen to comprehend that times are changing and the demographic change is upon us, your kind is fast disappearing. The Republicans lost women, labor, gays, the youth, minorities, Reagan Democrats. All they have left is aging white males, the GOP will disappear fast. Remember when a comprehensive immigration bill is passed 15 to 30 million illegals will have a pathway to citizenship and voting rights. How many of them do you think will vote for the reactionary political ideology of the GOP, who has been hijacked by the fanatical religious right and the lunatic fringe, domestic terrorist (tea party)

KarlVIIIII

“No Tea for Me”

Since: Nov 13

Centennial, Co

#11521 Jan 13, 2014
For years the Republicans have been emphasizing austerity as a cure all for our country's debt. But now all of a sudden the Republicans are leaping to discuss ways the Government can help alleviate poverty.

Huh...Makes one wonder do they know they are going to get their AZZ's kicked in 2014 f they do not give a schit about their own constituents!

After all most red states are the biggest welfare recipients...
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United States

#11522 Jan 13, 2014
Notice they always end up at the Constitution and high praise for it but hate the freedom of choice a Woman has that is Constitutional.

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Since: Jun 12

Deadwood, SD

#11523 Jan 13, 2014
KarlVIIIII wrote:
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The GOP's constituents are also signing up for The Affordable Care act and when the GOP attempts to repeal the law (for the 49th time) they will be very unhappy for taking from them (again) as well...
This isn`t true, Most all the people that I know are NOT signing up, and prefer to just pay the $95.00 fine.

I encourage all people to just say no, Obammycare is way behind on enrollment and if they do not hit their projected mark, it will fail even worse than everything else the slave owning Democrats have tried.

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