Surrender may be only way out for Boe...

Surrender may be only way out for Boehner

There are 184 comments on the The Washington Post story from Oct 9, 2013, titled Surrender may be only way out for Boehner. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

As the government shutdown and the threat of a federal debt default begin to merge into a singular Washington crisis, the only way out for House Speaker John A. Boehner may be something he disparaged earlier this week as "unconditional surrender."

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“Iblis-ak-bar & mo his prophet”

Since: Mar 07

Mt Clemens, MI

#142 Oct 11, 2013
Dajokerman wrote:
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Yeah... comprehension requires something to be written that is coherent, you failed in that regard.
I see.. The large and/or uncommon words flustered you...[The / means you can pick either one, the other.. Words that is]

I can only recommend Evelyn Woodhead's speed reading classes, again....

Since: Aug 12

Buffalo, NY

#143 Oct 11, 2013
Z_SKI_ wrote:
TEA Party!!.. With Democrats vilifying Ted Cruz, thinking that he will run for President, one reaches the conclusion that Democrats have never read the Constitution.. Supporting evidence:The Constitution, with all its messy checks and balances and its attempt to limit government to only certain “enumerated powers,” is little more than a nuisance.“I don’t worry about the Constitution,” if it gets in the way of passing legislation, former Rep. Phil Hare (D., Ill.) Or:James Clyburn (D., S.C.) saying “There’s nothing in the Constitution that says that the federal government has anything to do with most of the stuff we do.” So, with Cruz holding down the right, it allows the real potentials of Rand Paul, Marco Rubio & Paul Ryan to claim middle ground.. This strategy was used, to great effect, by the Socialist wing of the Democrat Party.. And we have learned.. And today, Paul Ryan was seen in an interview after negotiations with the White House, as the voice of reason and bi-partisanship.. Yes we will win this round.. Yet make it look like a compromise!!.. And the Businessmen will like it.. Until we smash them with the Monopoly Laws and Bust those Trust....... <quoted text>
Every four years in the 1980's Jesse Jackson would run for President in the Democratic Party. Jessie would claim the far left flank and according to your theory Jackson's presence would have helped out who ever the Democrat nominee would be, by taking the flack for ideology and race. this would then allow the nominee to appear to run to the center.
The problem. Mondale and Dukakis got hammered.
Only when the Democrats nominated a genuine centrist in Clinton was that sorry pattern broken

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#144 Oct 11, 2013
Z_SKI_ wrote:
<quoted text> I see.. The large and/or uncommon words flustered you...[The / means you can pick either one, the other.. Words that is]
I can only recommend Evelyn Woodhead's speed reading classes, again....
Does your Palin blowup doll have large and/or uncommon words written on her palm?
Blashko

Winnipeg, Canada

#145 Oct 11, 2013
Dajokerman wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah... comprehension requires something to be written that is coherent, you failed in that regard.
Yeah, you have failed in being an intelligent person.
drinK the HiVe

New York, NY

#146 Oct 11, 2013
Why Don't U Commit Suicide?...

http://i2.cdn.turner.com/money/dam/assets/130...
Dave

Joplin, MO

#148 Oct 11, 2013
owebama at 37% approval rating,sinking like a rock.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#149 Oct 11, 2013
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
sounds like your teenage daughter has been dating a politician behind your back...better get the nursery ready, she's probably been screwed more times than Tooulouse Latreck
Maybe it's your daughter who is Too Loose.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#150 Oct 11, 2013
Stay that line. I meant THE daughter. No offense.

“Iblis-ak-bar & mo his prophet”

Since: Mar 07

Mt Clemens, MI

#151 Oct 11, 2013
Buffalo Bull wrote:
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Every four years in the 1980's Jesse Jackson would run for President in the Democratic Party. Jessie would claim the far left flank and according to your theory Jackson's presence would have helped out who ever the Democrat nominee would be, by taking the flack for ideology and race. this would then allow the nominee to appear to run to the center.
The problem. Mondale and Dukakis got hammered.
Only when the Democrats nominated a genuine centrist in Clinton was that sorry pattern broken
You are right about one thing: The problem was Mondale & Dukakis!!.. Clinton; a centrist??.. Well, maybe, after he lost Congress........

“Iblis-ak-bar & mo his prophet”

Since: Mar 07

Mt Clemens, MI

#152 Oct 11, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>Does your Palin blowup doll have large and/or uncommon words written on her palm?
No, because according to Democrats on the street; Palin was Obama's running mate!!...

http://www.bing.com/videos/search...

Oh, President Obama is also pro-life!!.. At least that is what the voters voting for him thought......
Cat74

United States

#153 Oct 11, 2013
I can't find any word where Boehner caved to the Kenyan. You wouldn't lie about it would you? It will be Monday or Tuesday before the House members get back to Washington. It doesn't look like they want to solve their shutdown anytime soon.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Sendai, Japan

#154 Oct 12, 2013
[1]
Please imagine.

If the U.S. would go default now,
and IMF would controle the U.S>,
then what would happen?

What IMF would demand against our America?

IMF would demand
(1) The U.S. must decrease its military-expanditure now!
(2) The U.S. must contract its domestic-demand now!

Because, the largest problems of the U.S. are huge-military-expanditure and huge-trade-deficit.
Excess-demand and huge-military-budget of the U.S. are the problems.

And, these problems have been existing since 1970s'.
Since, Veitnam war, thse problems are not solved yet.

American-politicians, top1% and economists are extremely useless.
Fire them now.

Don't you hear twin deficits in budget and trade?

[2]
Technically, Obamacare is controled by private-sector.
The U.S.Gov ernmnent doesnot govern Obamacare at least directly.
(Persoally, I think that the u.S. must have Universal-Health-Care.)

So, default of the U.S. now is extremely good for our America.

Let's go!

Let's see what would happen!

And, again,
you will evade
as you evade vote on Syria in September.

You are dirty.

Both Democrats and Republicans evaded the vote on Syria.
They feared the next election.
They didnot want to clear their positions.
American-politicians, top1% and economists are extremely useless.

American-politicians, top1% and economists are colluding against American-people.

American-politicians, top1% and economists
have NO vigor nor ability
to reform!

[3]
We are Americans.
I love the U.S.
I love Americans.
I am a would-be American.
Remember Pearl Harbor!

Germany, China, Japan, Taiwan, South-Korea, Russia are evil-fascism-communism-empires !

I strongly belive that I am working for our America.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Sendai, Japan

#155 Oct 12, 2013
[4]
So,
if
American-politicians and Putin colluded as you say,
then American-politicians violated treason.

Because,
American-politicians violated Americnas' rights and chance to vote
which can reveal Americas' true opinions.

Again,
American-politicians, top1% and economists are violating American-constitution.

American-politicians, top1%, economists and media are lying.

We are Americans.

[2-1]
Technically, Obamacare is controled by private-sector.
The U.S.Gov ernmnent doesnot govern Obamacare at least directly.
(Persoally, I think that the u.S. must have Universal-Health-Care.)

[2-2]
Because,
Obamacare is aimed to redistribute wealth in Health-Care.

So, maybe total-cost of the U.S.Gov ernment will not increase.

The poor can get Health-Care.
And, medical-institutions' and Insurance-Companies' earnings will decrease.

So, the total-cost of the U.S.Gov ernment will not increase.
Maybe, the total-cost of the U.S.Gov ernment can decrease?
Shinichiro Takizawa

Sendai, Japan

#156 Oct 12, 2013
You said
"Obama was saved his @$$ by Putin. Obama was disgraced ."

I think that it is not true.

Or, do they really want a vote on Syria?

I strongly belive that I am workling for our America and that I am protecting democracy.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Sendai, Japan

#157 Oct 12, 2013
[5]
So, I think that
United States-Japan Security Treaty too
must be be put to a public-referendum (public-vote)
again and again
in the U.S.

We donot need Japan, South-Korea, Taiwan, Germany, Italy and British.

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Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#158 Oct 12, 2013
Z_SKI_ wrote:
<quoted text> I see.. The large and/or uncommon words flustered you...[The / means you can pick either one, the other.. Words that is]
I can only recommend Evelyn Woodhead's speed reading classes, again....
Incoherent sentence structures are clearly your fort'e.

“Iblis-ak-bar & mo his prophet”

Since: Mar 07

Mt Clemens, MI

#160 Oct 12, 2013
Dajokerman wrote:
<quoted text>
Incoherent sentence structures are clearly your fort'e.
Personal attack, well that says a lot about your position and accompanying arguments..

"First they ignore the truth, then they mock you so that you would change, then they punish you to change what you say but finally you will win." Ghandi understood: The truth will always win sooner or later..

So we are in the mocking stage now??..
fatbacks x

Portland, OR

#161 Oct 12, 2013
He's still got a good ole alcolholics, blubbering cry for us. Can't wait!
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#162 Oct 12, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
I can't find any word where Boehner caved to the Kenyan.
Is Boehner now involved in African politics? LOLL at your folks.

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Since: Dec 07

Location hidden

#163 Oct 12, 2013
Z_SKI_ wrote:
<quoted text> Personal attack, well that says a lot about your position and accompanying arguments..
"First they ignore the truth, then they mock you so that you would change, then they punish you to change what you say but finally you will win." Ghandi understood: The truth will always win sooner or later..
So we are in the mocking stage now??..
haha... I am always at the mocking stage for someone like you. The funny thing is the fact that you refuse to even acknowledge your ineptness to communicate to others in a coherent manner.

Instead you have the gall to provide links to a program that is going to help me understand your ramblings better.

How about you take some personal responsibility. Learn to put your thoughts in order and write in English so you stop burdening others with your absurd demands that people learn your language to understand you.

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