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Senate GOP Says No to Irresponsible Government Spending!

November 3, 2011 by

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Republicans in the Senate Thursday dealt President Obama the third in a string of defeats on his stimulus-style jobs agenda, blocking a $60 billion measure for building and repairing infrastructure like roads and rail lines. Supporters of the failed measure said it would have created tens of thousands of construction jobs and lifted the still-struggling […]

2012 Election.0: Campaigning Online is KEY

October 26, 2011 by

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The 2012 election day is coming up. But in the meantime candidates have to (and are) campaigning! But campaigning online is the key to success. Read more....

Obama’s Joke of a Jobs Plan Fails In Congress (Miserably)

October 3, 2011 by

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  Obama’s cute lil’ jobs plan wasn’t a huge hit in Congress. I guess it was a real shame the Democratic party spent all that advertising money on such a stupid plan. When I read the plan I thought a socialistic Afghan hound wrote the bill, sure enough a socialistic Afghan hound did write the […]

SENATE VOTE TODAY!

August 2, 2011 by

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Senate vote on the debt deal will be today at 12:00P.M. EASTERN TIME! I wanted to do live coverage on my Twitter but I have an appointment so I will have a post a little bit after the vote today!  MAKE SURE YOU WATCH C-SPAN 2 ON TV LIVE OR LIVE ONLINE! THE C-SPAN LINK […]

Debt Ceiling Bill Votes YES In House… Senates Turn!

August 1, 2011 by

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One voting session down one to go! Monday night House voted yes on the debt ceiling bill and tomorrow, Tuesday, Senate will vote on this bill. If this bill goes through Senate with a “yes vote” then it will prevent a Govt. default tomorrow. If Senate says no (which is unlikely) then our Govt. will […]

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 […]

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 […]