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Middlesboro, KY

Republicans the Obstructionist Party

My answer to you is in my popcorn photo.PS Keep fishing lamoid.  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #8)

Middlesboro, KY

Republicans the Obstructionist Party

Mitch McConnells pledge to destroy America for Republican political gains. WASHINGTON — The Senate's Republican leader has a simple postelection message for President Barack Obama: Move toward the GOP or get no help from its lawmakers. Other political news of note Reuters Romney turns up intensity on day one of fall sprint Mitt Romney on Friday opened day one of the fall campaign sprint to Nov. 6 by launching himself out of the starting blocks like Usain Bolt at the Olympics. . Romney attacks Obama on speech, jobs Obama touts bright spot in disappointing jobs report Obama: Election a choice, not a referendum 'Hopeful' Obama asks for four more years . . Two days after Republicans scored big victories in congressional elections, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday offered an aggressive assessment of the results, calling for votes to erode the reach of the health care law that was a signature of the Obama administration. "That means that we can — and should — propose and vote on straight repeal, repeatedly," McConnell said. First Thoughts: McConnell doubles down Top politics news Romney turns up intensity on day one of fall sprint Mitt Romney on Friday opened day one of the fall campaign sprint to Nov. 6 by launching himself out of the starting blocks like Usain Bolt at the Olympics. Romney attacks Obama on speech, jobs Obama touts bright spot in disappointing jobs report Obama: Election a choice, not a referendum 'Hopeful' Obama asks for four more years Ads to exploit Dems' Jerusalem platform switch Ryan on Obama: He's 'really bad at creating jobs' Biden tells convention recovery isn't complete, but 'we are on our way' . More politics Obama's 2nd year AP Political Cartoons BLTWY: Political news, photos and gossip . . McConnell's remarks, in a speech delivered to the conservative Heritage Foundation, acknowledged that Obama would veto such legislation, which probably would be blocked by the president's fellow Democrats in the Senate anyway. He said the only way Republicans in Congress can achieve their goals is "to put someone in the White House who won't veto" a repeal of Obama's health care reform, spending cuts and shrinking the government. More realistically, McConnell said Republicans, who will hold a majority in next year's House of Representatives, should aim to hobble the healthcare law by "denying funds for implementation " of the measure. Annual spending bills for agencies, including ones that implement the healthcare law, are normally written first in the House. McConnell said the results of the midterms were not about Republicans but instead about Democrats, who he said got an "F." He said he expects Democrats will begin peeling off of their base to start supporting GOP initiatives. Advertise | AdChoices . "Every one of the 23 Democrats up [for re-election] in the next cycle have a clear understanding of what happened Tuesday," McConnell said. "I think we have major opportunities for bipartisan coalitions to support what we want to do." McConnell eyes Democrats up for re-election in 2012 McConnell's confrontational tone was in sharp contrast to the chastened posture Obama took Wednesday in the face of a new Republican controlled House and Republican gains in the Senate. On Wednesday, likely incoming House Speaker John Boehner said the he promised to be honest with Obama and the two agreed to work together on cutting spending and creating jobs, even though Republicans campaigned on vows to turn back much of Obama's agenda. Democrats accused Republicans of putting the interests of large corporations ahead of families. "It speaks volumes that the first thing on Republicans' 'to do' list is to give power back to big health insurance companies," said Jim Manley, a spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Story: Nixing — or 'fixing' — health law? Don't hold your breath  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #7)

Middlesboro, KY

Republicans the Obstructionist Party

Page 3 Heres the people stopping our country from prospering and moving forward. SC-Sen Jim DeMint (R) SC-Sen Lindsey Graham (R) SC-01 Tim Scott (R) SC-02 Joe Wilson (R) SC-03 Jeff Duncan (R) SC-04 Trey Gowdy (R) SC-05 Mick Mulvaney (R) SOUTH DAKOTA SD-Sen John Thune (R) SD-AL Kristi Noem (R) TENNESSEE TN-Sen Bob Corker (R) TN-Sen Lamar Alexander (R) TN-01 Phil Roe (R) TN-02 John Duncan (R) TN-03 Chuck Fleischman (R) TN-04 Scott DesJarlais (R) TN-06 Diane Black (R) TN-07 Marsha Blackburn (R) TN-08 Stephen Fincher (R) TEXAS TX-Sen John Cornyn (R) TX-Sen Kay Bailey Hutchison (R) TX-01 Louie Gohmert (R) TX-02 Ted Poe (R) TX-03 Sam Johnson (R) TX-04 Ralph Hall (R) TX-05 Jeb Hensarling (R) TX-06 Joe Barton (R) TX-07 John Culberson (R) TX-08 Kevin Brady (R) TX-10 Michael McCaul (R) TX-11 Mike Conaway (R) TX-12 Kay Granger (R) TX-13 Mac Thornberry (R) TX-14 Ron Paul (R) TX-17 Bill Flores (R) TX-19 Randy Neugebauer (R) TX-21 Lamar Smith (R) TX-22 Pete Olson (R) TX-23 Francisco Canseco (R) TX-24 Kenny Marchant (R) TX-26 Michael Burgess (R) TX-27 Blake Farenthold (R) TX-31 John Carter (R) TX-32 Pete Sessions (R) UTAH UT-Sen Michael Lee (R) UT-Sen Orrin Hatch (R) UT-01 Rob Bishop (R) UT-03 Jason Chaffetz (R) VIRGINIA VA-02 Scott Rigell (R) VA-04 Randy Forbes (R) VA-05 Robert Hurt (R) VA-06 Bob Goodlatte (R) VA-07 Eric Cantor (R) VA-09 H. Morgan Griffith (R) WASHINGTON WA-03 Jaime Herrera (R) WA-04 Doc Hastings (R) WA-05 Cathy McMorris (R) WA-08 Dave Reichert (R) WEST VIRGINIA WV-01 David McKinley (R) WV-02 Shelley Moore Capito (R) WISCONSIN WI-Sen Ron Johnson (R) WI-01 Paul Ryan (R) WI-05 Jim Sensenbrenner (R) WI-06 Tom Petri (R) WI-07 Sean Duffy (R) WI-08 Reid Ribble (R) WYOMING WY-Sen Mike Enzi (R) WY-AL Cynthia Lummis (R)  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #5)

Middlesboro, KY

Republicans the Obstructionist Party

Page 2 Heres the Kentucky Puppets!! IOWA IA-04 Tom Latham (R) IA-05 Steve King (R) KANSAS KS-Sen Jerry Moran (R) KS-Sen Pat Roberts (R) KS-01 Tim Huelskamp (R) KS-02 Lynn Jenkins (R) KS-04 Michael Pompeo (R) KENTUCKY KY-Sen Mitch McConnell (R) KY-Sen Rand Paul (R) KY-01 Ed Whitfield (R) KY-02 Brett Guthrie (R) KY-04 Geoff Davis (R) KY-05 Hal Rogers (R) KY-06 Ben Chandler (D) LOUISIANA LA-Sen David Vitter (R) LA-01 Steve Scalise (R) LA-03 Jeffery Landry (R) LA-04 John Fleming (R) LA-05 Rodney Alexander (R) LA-06 Bill Cassidy (R) LA-07 Charles Boustany (R) MARYLAND MD-01 Andy Harris (R) MD-06 Roscoe Bartlett (R) MASSACHUSETTS MA-Sen Scott Brown (R) MICHIGAN MI-01 Dan Benishek (R) MI-02 Bill Huizenga (R) MI-03 Justin Amash (R) MI-04 Dave Camp (R) MI-06 Fred Upton (R) MI-07 Tim Walberg (R) MI-08 Mike Rogers (R) MI-10 Candice Miller (R) MI-11 Thad McCotter (R) MINNESOTA MN-02 John Kline (R) MN-03 Erik Paulsen (R) MN-06 Michele Bachmann (R) MN-08 Chip Cravaack (R) MISSISSIPPI MS-Sen Roger Wicker (R) MS-01 Alan Nunnelee (R) MS-03 Gregg Harper (R) MS-04 Steven Palazzo (R) MISSOURI MO-Sen Roy Blunt (R) MO-02 Todd Akin (R) MO-04 Vicky Hartzler (R) MO-06 Sam Graves (R) MO-07 Billy Long (R) MO-08 Jo Ann Emerson (R) MO-09 Blaine Luetkemeyer (R) MONTANA MT-AL Dennis Rehberg (R) NEBRASKA NE-Sen Mike Johanns (R) NE-Sen Ben Nelson (D) NE-01 Jeff Fortenberry (R) NE-02 Lee Terry (R) NE-03 Adrian Smith (R) NEVADA NV-Sen Dean Heller (R) NV-02 Mark Amodei (R) NV-03 Joe Heck (R) NEW HAMPSHIRE NH-Sen Kelly Ayotte (R) NH-01 Frank Guinta (R) NH-02 Charlie Bass (R) NEW JERSEY NJ-01 Robert Andrews (D) NJ-02 Frank LoBiondo (R) NJ-03 Jon Runyan (R) NJ-04 Chris Smith (R) NJ-05 Scott Garrett (R) NJ-07 Leonard Lance (R) NJ-11 Rodney Frelinghuysen (R) NEW MEXICO NM-02 Steve Pearce (R) NEW YORK NY-03 Peter King (R) NY-09 Bob Turner (R) NY-13 Michael Grimm (R) NY-19 Nan Hayworth (R) NY-20 Chris Gibson (R) NY-25 Ann Marie Buerkle (R) NY-29 Tom Reed (R) NORTH CAROLINA NC-Sen Richard Burr (R) NC-02 Renee Ellmers (R) NC-03 Walter Jones Jr. (R) NC-05 Virginia Foxx (R) NC-06 Howard Coble (R) NC-09 Sue Myrick (R) NC-10 Patrick McHenry (R) NORTH DAKOTA ND-AL Rick Berg (R) OHIO OH-Sen Rob Portman (R) OH-01 Steve Chabot (R) OH-02 Jean Schmidt (R) OH-03 Mike Turner (R) OH-04 Jim Jordan (R) OH-05 Bob Latta (R) OH-06 Bill Johnson (R) OH-07 Steve Austria (R) OH-08 John Boehner (R) OH-12 Pat Tiberi (R) OH-14 Steve LaTourette (R) OH-15 Steve Stivers (R) OH-16 James Renacci (R) OH-18 Bob Gibbs (R) OKLAHOMA OK-Sen Tom Coburn (R) OK-Sen Jim Inhofe (R) OK-01 John Sullivan (R) OK-03 Frank Lucas (R) OK-04 Tom Cole (R) OK-05 James Lankford (R) OREGON OR-02 Greg Walden (R) PENNSYLVANIA PA-Sen Pat Toomey (R) PA-03 Mike Kelly (R) PA-05 Glenn Thompson (R) PA-06 Jim Gerlach (R) PA-07 Pat Meehan (R) PA-08 Michael Fitzpatrick (R) PA-09 Bill Shuster (R) PA-10 Thomas Marino (R) PA-11 Lou Barletta (R) PA-15 Charlie Dent (R) PA-16 Joseph Pitts (R) PA-18 Tim Murphy (R)  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #4)

Middlesboro, KY

Republicans the Obstructionist Party

Heres a list of Grover Norquist puppets vote them all out. AL-Sen Jeff Sessions (R) AL-Sen Richard Shelby (R) AL-01 Jo Bonner (R) AL-02 Martha Roby (R) AL-03 Mike Rogers (R) AL-04 Robert Aderholt (R) AL-05 Mo Brooks (R) AL-06 Spencer Bachus (R) ALASKA AK-Sen Lisa Murkowski (R) AK-AL Don Young (R) ARIZONA AZ-Sen Jon Kyl (R) AZ-Sen John McCain (R) AZ-01 Paul Gosar (R) AZ-02 Trent Franks (R) AZ-03 Ben Quayle (R) AZ-05 David Schweikert (R) AZ-06 Jeff Flake (R) ARKANSAS AR-Sen John Boozman (R) AR-01 Rick Crawford (R) AR-02 Tim Griffin (R) AR-03 Steve Womack (R) CALIFORNIA CA-02 Wally Herger (R) CA-03 Dan Lungren (R) CA-04 Tom McClintock (R) CA-19 Jeff Denham (R) CA-21 Devin Nunes (R) CA-22 Kevin McCarthy (R) CA-24 Elton Gallegly (R) CA-25 Buck McKeon (R) CA-26 David Dreier (R) CA-40 Ed Royce (R) CA-41 Jerry Lewis (R) CA-42 Gary Miller (R) CA-44 Ken Calvert (R) CA-45 Mary Bono Mack (R) CA-46 Dana Rohrabacher (R) CA-48 John Campbell (R) CA-49 Darrell Issa (R) CA-50 Brian Bilbray (R) CA-52 Duncan D. Hunter (R) COLORADO CO-03 Scott Tipton (R) CO-04 Corey Gardner (R) CO-05 Doug Lamborn (R) CO-06 Mike Coffman (R) FLORIDA FL-Sen Marco Rubio (R) FL-01 Jeff Miller (R) FL-02 Steve Southerland (R) FL-04 Ander Crenshaw (R) FL-05 Richard Nugent (R) FL-06 Cliff Stearns (R) FL-07 John Mica (R) FL-08 Daniel Webster (R) FL-09 Gus Bilirakis (R) FL-10 Bill Young (R) FL-12 Dennis Ross (R) FL-13 Vern Buchanan (R) FL-14 Connie Mack (R) FL-15 Bill Posey (R) FL-16 Tom Rooney (R) FL-18 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R) FL-21 Lincoln Diaz-Balart (R) FL-22 Allen West (R) FL-24 Sandy Adams (R) FL-25 David Rivera (R) GEORGIA GA-Sen Johnny Isakson (R) GA-Sen Saxby Chambliss (R) GA-01 Jack Kingston (R) GA-03 Lynn Westmoreland (R) GA-06 Tom Price (R) GA-08 Austin Scott (R) GA-09 Tom Graves (R) GA-10 Paul Broun (R) GA-11 Phil Gingrey (R) IDAHO ID-Sen Mike Crapo (R) ID-Sen James Risch (R) ID-01 Raul Labrador (R) ID-02 Michael Simpson (R) ILLINOIS IL-Sen Mark Kirk (R) IL-06 Peter Roskam (R) IL-08 Joe Walsh (R) IL-10 Robert Dold (R) IL-11 Adam Kinzinger (R) IL-13 Judy Biggert (R) IL-14 Randy Hultgren (R) IL-15 Tim Johnson (R) IL-16 Don Manzullo (R) IL-17 Bobby Schilling (R) IL-18 Aaron Schock (R) IL-19 John Shimkus (R) INDIANA IN-Sen Dan Coats (R) IN-03 Marlin Stutzman (R) IN-04 Todd Rokita (R) IN-05 Dan Burton (R) IN-06 Mike Pence (R) IN-08 Larry Buschon (R) IN-09 Todd Young (R)  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #3)

Middlesboro, KY

Republicans the Obstructionist Party

More Republican moves to destroy America for their political gains! Health Care for the 9/11 First Responders who got sick from being at Ground Zero- Would provide billions of dollars in health care to help the 9/11 First Responders who were at Ground Zero on 9/11 and are now sick because of it. Republicans blocked this. The Jobs Bill- Offsets the payroll tax for 1 year for companies that hire new employees, or people receiving unemployment insurance. Also gives other tax incentives to companies hiring new employees. Republicans attempted to block this. Wall Street Reform- Puts stricter regulations on the banks, preventing them from becoming “too big to fail”. Curbs reckless spending practices that caused the banking crisis. Republicans attempted to block this. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act- Pumped billions of dollars into state and local Governments to prevent us from sinking into a second Great Depression. Republicans opposed this but now want to take credit for the parts of it that we know are successful. Oil Spill Liability- Raises the liability on what companies can be made to pay to clean up after an oil spill. Republicans blocked this. Immigration Reform- Republican suggested comprehensive immigration reform until Obama supported it. Now they’re rabidly opposed to it and even voted against their own legislation. Republicans blocked this. Unemployment extension bill HR-4213- Would provide additional aid to the millions of Americans still on unemployment who are just trying to support themselves and their families. Republicans blocked this bill for 8 weeks before it finally passed. Republicans blocked this for 8 weeks before it finally passed. Fair Pay Act of 2009- Also called the Lily Ledbetter bill. Requires that women receive equal compensation to men for doing the same work. Republicans attempted to block this. The next time someone tells you that the Republicans care about the American people just give them this list of all the bill Republicans wanted to fail. President Obama has actually never failed in his efforts to try and keep his promises but he has run into unprecedented, mindless partisan obstructionism. The Republicans have failed to realize their goal should be to work towards the benefit of all Americans, rather that to serve only the selfish political needs of their own political party.  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #2)

Middlesboro, KY

Republicans the Obstructionist Party

Republicans destroy America heres how! Tax on Companies that ship jobs overseas- A bill that would have eliminated a tax break that companies get when they ship jobs overseas. Republicans blocked this, allowing companies to keep the tax break they receive when they ship jobs to other countries. Political Ad disclosure bill- Would have required all donors to political campaigns to reveal themselves. Republicans blocked this, not once but twice. Subpoena Power for the Committee investigating the BP Oil Spill – Give subpoena power to the independent committee responsible for investigating BP’s roll in the oil spill. Republicans attempted to block this. The Small Business Jobs Act -would give LOCAL, community banks access to billions of dollars to loan to small businesses. Republicans blocked this, then attempted to block it a second time and failed. The DREAM Act- Gives immigrant youth who were brought here as children a path to citizenship by earning a college degree or serving the military for 2 years. Republicans blocked this. Repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”- Would have repealed the law that forces gay and lesbian services members to lie about their sexuality and gives the military the right to discharge soldiers based on their sexuality. Republicans blocked this many times and Democrats were finally able to pass it with the support of just 2 Republicans. From Crooks and Liars - When John McCain led the filibuster of the Defense Appropriations Act yesterday, he blocked far more than the DREAM Act and repeal of DADT. Here are just a few of the other blocked provisions, courtesy of Mother Jones. No permanent military bases in Afghanistan. Report identifying hybrid or electric propulsion systems and other fuel-saving technologies for incorporation into tactical motor vehicles. Protection of child custody arrangements for parents who are members of the Armed Forces deployed in support of a contingency operation. Improvements to Department of Defense domestic violence programs. Department of Defense recognition of spouses of members of the Armed Forces. Department of Defense recognition of children of members of the Armed Forces. Enhancements to the Troops-to-Teachers Program. Fiscal year 2011 increase in military basic pay. Improving aural protection for members of the Armed Forces. Comprehensive policy on neurocognitive assessment by the military health care system. Authority to make excess nonlethal supplies available for domestic emergency assistance. And those were just some of the progressive provisions. On the conservative side, there are these, and more: Prohibition on the use of funds for the transfer or release of individuals detained at United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Prohibition on the use of funds to modify or construct facilities in the United States to house detainees transferred from United States Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Prohibition on use of funds to give Miranda warnings to Al Qaeda terrorists. And here’s the bills that Republicans had blocked when we compiled our first list; Senator Franken’s Anti-Rape Amendment to the Defense Appropriations Bill – Makes it so that women raped overseas while working for foreign contractors have the right to have their case heard in an American court instead of having their case mediated by the company they work for. Only Republican men voted against this, but it passed. Benefits for Homeless Veterans- Would have expanded benefits to homeless veterans and homeless veterans with children. Republicans blocked this. Affordable Health Care For America Act- Prevents insurance companies from discriminating against you on the basis of “pre-existing conditions”. Requires that insurance companies spend 85 cents of every dollar that you pay on your actual health care. Limits health insurance companies profit margins. Republicans blocked this for months before it finally passed and have vowed to repeal it if they are elected.  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #1)

Middlesboro, KY

Remain stupid by watching Fox News

Tests of knowledge of Fox viewers A study by the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) at the University of Maryland School of Public Affairs, as published in the Winter 03-04 issue of the Political Science Quarterly,[51] reported that poll-based findings[52] indicated that viewers of Fox News, the Fox Broadcasting Company and local Fox affiliates were more likely than viewers of other news networks to hold three purported misperceptions:[51 ] 67% of Fox viewers believed that the "U.S. has found clear evidence in Iraq that Saddam Hussein was working closely with the al Qaeda terrorist organization" (Compared with 56% for CBS, 49% for NBC, 48% for CNN, 45% for ABC, 16% for NPR/PBS). The belief that "The U.S. has found Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq" was held by 33% of Fox viewers and only 23% of CBS viewers, 19% for ABC, 20% for NBC, 20% for CNN and 11% for NPR/PBS 35% of Fox viewers believed that "the majority of people [in the world] favor the U.S. having gone to war" with Iraq. (Compared with 28% for CBS, 27% for ABC, 24% for CNN, 20% for NBC, 5% for NPR/PBS) In response, Fox News frequent guest Ann Coulter characterized the PIPA findings as "misperceptio ns of pointless liberal factoids" and called it a "hoax poll."[53] Bill O'Reilly called the study "absolute crap."[54] Roger Ailes referred to the study as "an old push poll."[55] James Taranto, editor of OpinionJournal.com , the Wall Street Journal's online editorial page, called the poll "pure propaganda."[ 56] PIPA issued a clarification on October 17, 2003, stating that "The findings were not meant to and cannot be used as a basis for making broad judgments about the general accuracy of the reporting of various networks or the general accuracy of the beliefs of those who get their news from those networks. Only a substantially more comprehensive study could undertake such broad research questions," and that the results of the poll show correlation, but do not prove causation  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #1)

Middlesboro, KY

Vote the Republicans OUT of CONGRESS

Obstructionist Republicans need to be replaced by people willing to do the right thing for all the American people. The career republican politicians have played politics with the American people by refusing to work with the Democrats to the point of destroying the country for their political gains.  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #1)

Middlesboro, KY

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Middlesboro, KY

Poor Little Barack and Moochelle

-duc- kinda suits you doesn't it -duc- holligay!! Amo hanc venatus vos non lamoid  (Sep 6, 2012 | post #12)

Middlesboro, KY

Poor Little Barack and Moochelle

Obamas fixing to put the whoopass on your rich lying cronies duc!!ha ha  (Sep 6, 2012 | post #11)

Pineville, KY

Why do republicans suck?

Truth is they suck because they suck at stealing from the poor,little children,the elderly, the homeless,they just SUCK!!!  (Sep 6, 2012 | post #64)

Pineville, KY

Why do republicans suck?

Heres what I think of your intellectual prowess you're a mere peon Nimrod!! Here's your sign!!  (Sep 6, 2012 | post #63)

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