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Republican Guide to Screwing the Working Class


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Feel free to refute.

 

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Don't have to refute it, just show how absent of complete understanding it is. You are just artistically giving caricature to your idealism of your mind and everyone else's character performance as staged in the theater of the humanity's reality or one's real body will be socially exiled from society by mob mentalities of many categories.

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"I wonder under whom it will burst"

 

 

It will be under your Tramp and his Billionaire Cronies...Soon after they inact their FAILED POLICIES of Tax Cuts for the Top 1%/Corp's and commence their RECORD SPENDING

 

 

I guarantee it!....How many times do you have to see these Re-Runs????

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"I wonder under whom it will burst"

 

 

It will be under your Tramp and his Billionaire Cronies...Soon after they inact their FAILED POLICIES of Tax Cuts for the Top 1%/Corp's and commence their RECORD SPENDING

 

 

I guarantee it!....How many times do you have to see these Re-Runs????

"inact"? So 'adorable'!

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Destroy the economy?

 

Good one. We are sitting on the mother of all bubbles now. I wonder under whom it will burst.

I had an epiphany: Since Liberals have blamed Bush for the past 8 years of Obama's failures, can we blame Obama for any of Trump's shortcomings?

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need to see the LIES again that got us into Iraq????....from "the housing president" as bush called himself

George W. Bush once said in order to repair reality it had to be totally deconstructed first. That was a metaphor by the way. So I did and guess what lays beneath the idea anything else is possible?

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Let's start with #2. Did you forget that the last incoming administration had HUGE majorities in the house AND senate.

 

Feel free to refute that.

How many times did Obama "pivot" to jobs and the economy? At least 19 times.

Meaning he never actually DID anything about either one.

Juniorbush was responsible for the Iraq War and all that resulted from it. He is still responsible.

BWAAHAHHAAAAAHAHHAAAAHHAAAA

Sorry dumbass, but Obama and Biden both bragged about how stable Iraq (and the middle east) was, when they were abandoning Iraq.

That stability went to hell because of Obama's actions. HE is SOLELY responsible for that decision and everything that happened because of it, including the rise of ISIS, the mess in Syria, and expansion of Iran and the refugee crisis that is destroying Europe, which you want to replicate here.

 

Why is it that liberals are always trying to blame everyone else for the results of their actions?

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Doodsaq? Where did you go?

Number #2 is not true, eh? Here ya go. We had total control a whole 4 months. Rest of the time was complete obstruction by Repubs. Please refute. Waiting.

 

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Starting January 2009, at the beginning of the 111th Congress, in the month that Barack Obama was inaugurated president, the House of Representatives was made up of 257 Democrats and 178 Republicans. There is no question that Democrats had total control in the House from 2009-2011.

 

Even with numerous "blue-dog" (allegedly fiscally conservative) Democrats often voting with Republicans.....Speaker Pelosi had little difficulty passing legislation in the House. The House does not have the pernicious filibuster rule which the Senate uses. A majority vote in the House is all that's necessary to pass legislation, except in rare occurrences (treaty ratification, overriding a presidential veto).

 

Okay, that's the House during the first two years of Barack Obama's presidency. For a lie to prosper, as it were, there needs to be a shred of truth woven inside the lie. It is absolutely true that from 2009-2011, Democrats and President Obama had "total control" of the House of Representatives.

 

But legislation does not become law without the Senate.

 

The Senate operates with the 60-vote-requirement filibuster rule. There are 100 Senate seats, and it takes 60 Senate votes for "closure" on a piece of legislation....to bring that piece of legislation to the floor of the Senate for amendments and a final vote....that final vote is decided by a simple majority in most cases. But it takes 60 Senate votes to even have a chance of being voted upon.

 

"Total control", then, of the Senate requires 60 Democratic or Republican Senators.

 

On January 20th, 2009, 57 Senate seats were held by Democrats with 2 Independents (Bernie Sanders and Joe Lieberman) caucusing with the Democrats...which gave Democrats 59 mostly-reliable Democratic votes in the Senate, one shy of filibuster-proof "total control." Republicans held 41 seats.

 

The 59 number in January, 2009 included Ted Kennedy and Al Franken. Kennedy had a seizure during an Obama inaugural luncheon and never returned to vote in the Senate.....and Al Franken was not officially seated until July 7th, 2009 (hotly contested recount demanded by Norm Coleman.)

 

The real Democratic Senate seat number in January, 2009 was 55 Democrats plus 2 Independents equaling 57 Senate seats.

 

An aside....it was during this time that Obama's "stimulus" was passed. No Republicans in the House voted for the stimulus. However, in the Senate.....and because Democrats didn't have "total control" of that chamber.....three Republicans.....Snowe, Collins and Specter, voted to break a filibuster guaranteeing it's passage.

 

Then in April, 2009, Republican Senator Arlen Specter became a Democrat. Kennedy was still at home, dying, and Al Franken was still not seated. Score in April, 2009....Democratic votes 58.

 

In May, 2009, Robert Byrd got sick and did not return to the Senate until July 21, 2009. Even though Franken was finally seated July 7, 2009 and Byrd returned on July 21.....Democrats still only had 59 votes in the Senate because Kennedy never returned, dying on August 25, 2009.

 

Kennedy's empty seat was temporarily filled by Paul Kirk but not until September 24, 2009.

 

The swearing in of Kirk finally gave Democrats 60 votes (at least potentially) in the Senate. "Total control" of Congress by Democrats lasted all of 4 months. From September 24, 2009 through February 4, 2010...at which point Scott Brown, a Republican, was sworn in to replace Kennedy's Massachusetts seat.

 

The truth....then....is this: Democrats had "total control" of the House of Representatives from 2009-2011, 2 full years. Democrats, and therefore, Obama, had "total control" of the Senate from September 24, 2009 until February 4, 2010. A grand total of 4 months.

 

Did President Obama have "total control" of Congress? Yes, for 4 entire months. And it was during that very small time window that Obamacare was passed in the Senate with 60 all-Democratic votes.

 

Did President Obama have "total control' of Congress during his first two years as president? Absolutely not and any assertions to the contrary.....as you can plainly see in the above chronology....is a lie.

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Feel free to refute.

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You forgot the part where "conservatives" try to WARN everyone about Dem candidates.....

 

May 16, 1996

"Presidential advisor James Carville, the highly regarded Democratic political operative from Louisiana's bayou country, helped keep the 1992 Clinton campaign in focus and "on message" with a simple four-word phrase, "It's the economy, stupid."

 

If the White House is smart, this will not be its theme in 1996.

 

Though the White House and national media have been trumpeting the economy's "unexpectedly strong" (as The Washington Post put it) 2.8 percent first-quarter gain, this is modest growth by normal standards -- and voters remain uneasy.

 

Flash back four years: With the American economy just emerging from a two-year recession in the fall of 1992 and many Americans nervous about their economic prospects, Carville's one-note samba -- played over and over again throughout the campaign -- clearly helped propel Bill Clinton into the White House, forcing George Bush to retire to his beloved Texas. 346.gif

 

Now it's Bill Clinton's turn to run for re-election. And though the economy is not moving backward (the definition of a recession), it's not setting any speed records either. Fifty percent of major U.S. companies trimmed their payrolls in the 12 months ending June 1995, some of them significantly. Indeed, from March 1995 to March 1996, 325,000 high-paying manufacturing jobs disappeared, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The public -- especially the nearly 8 million people who are working two or more jobs to make ends meet -- know something is amiss. And they are concerned."

http://www.heritage.org/research/commentary/1996/05/its-the-economy-stupid-circa-1996

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https://clinton5.nara.gov/WH/Accomplishments/eightyears-01.html

 

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