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Pelosi… “The Princess” On Crack

November 14, 2011 by

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“I’m too old to be a princess,” Pelosi, who is 71, told POLITICO in an interview — the first time she’s responded to Cain’s “princess” comment from last week at a GOP debate. “Is there an inference to be drawn that there was some divine right to my becoming a leader of the Democrats? Is […]

Economic Recovery Is A Joke!

September 2, 2011 by

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Thee unemployment for August is at 9.1%, last month at 9.2%. Hey, 0.1% improvement! WOOHOO! No, not woohoo actually. It’s actually “Damn it!” not woohoo. How can thee American people just sit back and listen to our government preach to us there’s a recovery on the way then see that the unemployment for the month […]

But Compromising Is No Fun!

July 30, 2011 by

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Late Saturday night in Washington our nations lawmakers came together too POSSIBLY strike a deal (compromise as they call it). All day Saturday, Senate leaders tried to cobble together a coalition in a divided Congress. The aim was to reach the kind of agreement most economists, investors and foreign governments all along have believed would […]

BREAKING: House Approves Boehner Debt Ceiling Plan!

July 29, 2011 by

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After a mass amount of distress, anger, disagreement, debating and fighting in Congress for the past 24 hrs the House has finally took a vote on Boehner‘s revised and edited Debt Ceiling Plan… the House VOTED YES. The bill passed on a 218-210 vote. Democrats and 22 GOP members had voted no on this bill. It […]

Boehner Debt Limit Vote Postponed…

July 28, 2011 by

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Today we heard that the GOP Representative and House Speaker decided to postpone the voting on his bill concerning the debt limit. Many are saying it’s because the bill doesn’t have enough GOP support. I believe it’s the right move for Boehner to postpone this so that he can get more support then vote so […]

Debt Limit Plan Expected To Be Voted On…. TODAY!

July 28, 2011 by

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The House passed the rule along party lines (238-186) for House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-OH) plan to lift the debt ceiling. The House now begins debate on the bill itself. The vote to pass the bill is expected to take place after the U.S. markets close at 4 pm today. Speaker Boehner released a revised version of his […]

Reid’s Gimmicks Unmasked: Record $3T Debt Increase Tied To Just $1T In Cuts

July 27, 2011 by

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JULY 26, WASHINGTON–After the Budget Committee’s Republican analysts conducted a careful review of Majority Leader Reid’s debt limit proposal, Sen. Sessions shared his findings on the Senate floor. The truth: Reid’s proposal cuts only $1 trillion in spending for a nearly $3 trillion increase in the debt limit, and is based on an outdated spending […]