And more on the phony “jobs” bill — 10/12/2011

  1. LOL—with the percentages that spatny has posted, it reminds me of Obama care—most of the country was against it, but Congress passed it anyway–against the will of the people.

    As the FORMER Speaker of the House so brilliantly stated, “We must pass the bill to find out what’s in it.” Well we passed it, we found out what’s in it, and since then unemployment has increased dramatically. And she became the former house speaker.

    POSTED WEDNESDAY OCT 12, 2011 08:22 #
  2. chrisrobling

    oh my goodnesssssss !

    skinny-cat, that’s EXACTLY the point.

    on thursday, mitch mcconnell offered the bho tax-hiking “jobs” plan — so that it would have passed with a bare majority, only 50 votes, plus joe biden if needed.

    dr. professor harry reid killed it — and changed the century traditions of the senate to do so. this after he and the senate majority had dilly-dallyed for weeks on the “pass it now, pass it now, pass it now” tax-hiking jobs plan. remember — reid could have called it for a vote any time he wanted.

    reid and the majority’s next step? trying to get 60 votes after they stopped a chance to pass with 50. this is called a cheesy set-up.

    please interpret as you wish, but on this planet it is well understood that the bho “plan” is anathema to enough democrats that they simply will not vote it up — or down.

    this is kind of how senate democrats deal with their legal duty to pass a budget…

    when m fat-cat bosses tell me what else to say, count on me to return.


    POSTED WEDNESDAY OCT 12, 2011 08:39 #
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