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18 hours ago.
by jaxspp
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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Freeman

I'll also say it for the LAST time, I AM AND HAVE ALWAYS BEEN FOR INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING!!!

"...had nothing in it, (with the exception of some infrastructure projects)..."

You do know what the phrase "with the exception of" means don't you.

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

The compromise bill was voted on and passed by a HUGE margin, (320 to 93), in the house and debated and passed in the senate, signed by the president.

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

As far as the House, how many bills ever get through "as a complete package"?

Grow up, the congress has NEVER worked that way. EVER.

If the House sent up a bill to the Senate that contained portions that their majority was not inclined to support do you, for a minute, think that Harry Reid would even bring it to the floor? NO! As evidenced since the republicans took control of the House. TIME AND TIME AND TIME AGAIN. So get off your soap box and put on you big boy pants.

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

People are starting to see through all the B.S.

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

OK jax, you keep dreaming. Bush's administration has been over for almost 6 years. It's time you stop blaming him and the republicans for abject failures in leadership and execution by the democrats and this administration. It's starting to get a bit annoying. Stop "whining".

Posted 37 days ago.

As far as my business acumen, with you and RS mocking it, when RS was on hold due to regulations I said it was probably toxic. Sure enough, turns out he ships auto refrigerants. I know you guys backwards and forwards. Laws and rules don't apply to you.

Posted 37 days ago.

As far as Bush being at full economy, his second tax cut was claimed to be a stimulus. Why would we need a stimulus if we were at full economy? I'll leave that for your homework instead of providing economic numbers for you to ignore.

Posted 37 days ago.

Being specific with you doesn't matter, as I've said many times for 2014, you'll be back with the same whines later.

Posted 37 days ago.

Do you ever get tired of being a bald faced liar? The bill was voted on and had a majority in the Senate, but not 60 votes. Here is what awaited in the House, which you left off: "Cantor confirmed to a reporter on October 3 that the bill as a complete package was effectively "dead" and that only parts of the American Jobs Act would be passed."

Posted 37 days ago.

Of course you would block infrastructure projects. Said it before, will keep saying it until it sinks in. "Republicans see the road, drive on the road, wonder where the road came from."

As far as you grading anyone, you have proposed nothing that would create one job. All you do is throw rocks and whine about Benghazi and the IRS. Everyone is dumber for having read your posts.

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

Forgot to cite Wikipedia

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

The American Jobs Act was a $500 billion spending package that had nothing in it, (with the exception of some infrastructure projects), that promoted real organic growth in the economy.

I'd block it to. Thanks to both parties for putting the hammer down on that "dog".

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

Many Democrats have balked at the bill, siding with the Republicans, especially those facing difficult re-elections in congressional districts where they are hesitant to support unpopular legislation.

You ever get tired of being wrong jaxspp?

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

In the Senate, the bill was stalled by Majority leader Harry Reid on September 27, 2011 who said "I don’t think there’s anything more important for a jobs measure than China trade, and that’s what we’re going to work on next week," with emphasis on taking up more tenuous legislation which is less likely to draw political attention.

I don't think Harry is a republican.

McConnell wanted to bring it up as an amendment to the China trade bill, but, Harry said no.

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

The administration implemented most, if not all, of that "act".

I said be specific, you failed. F- for the day.

Posted 37 days ago.

Google "American Jobs Act", read.

Posted 37 days ago.

Freeman

Jobs plan(s) blocked by the House?

Specificity is the word of the day.

Posted 38 days ago.

Freeman

My degree was earned at the University of Maryland.

Posted 38 days ago.

Freeman

I think your realtor is a little off in his/her evaluation, 3 for 1?

Posted 38 days ago.

Freeman

I got a good deal on it. I'm looking in Florida as well. I don't think I mentioned my building in Bay City, I do remember mentioning my T.C. property.

Doesn't matter though, I'm sure you're happy for me.

Posted 38 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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