Friday Apr. 25, 2014
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The House passed the measure on a bipartisan 285-144 vote
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By fcb on 01-23-13 @ 2:20 pm
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We have a spending and debt problem.

Giving more credit to politicians ( or drunks ) is never a good idea.
By Montanadan on 01-24-13 @ 7:56 am
6 up | 3 down

Do you think they will ever fix anything ? Or just kick the problem down the road and destroy the
future for us our Kids and grandchildren. Greece here we come. Marxist Bankrupt Europe here we
come. You can’t fix STUPID but you have to vote it out.
By Gators on 01-24-13 @ 5:37 pm
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I wonder if any of the politicians read the WSJ…because if they did they would see that NO one
likes them and the things they pull off.  It is a disgrace to all decent people like you and me who
do the right thing.  Dwidle Dumb for them.
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