2012-11-30T18:42:41+0000

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fiscal cliff

Jamie Coleman

5 Comments

  1. Republicans are still in denial. They lost the election with both the popular and electoral votes. They still will not admit that they primarily created the defecit with 8 years of Reagonomics, and 8 years of Bush wars and Greenspan bubble blowing.
    They all need to seek out a qualified shrink.

  2. Sorry, but the House of Representatives has been known as the “Peoples House” since it is more representative of the country as whole. The Democrats do NOT control the House and have not since 2010. Therefore it is a split Congress and FYI, Obama won a majority but not an overwhelming mandate with most Progressives seem to believe. 50.6% to 47.8% is hardly a whomping.

    A quick look at the 2012 electoral map shows exactly how much of the contrary did not support the Democratic agenda.

  3. zeke hate to break the news to you….but clinton rode the Reaganomics wave and moved to the center when lost mid terms…obama thinks the sentae makes laws…nooo..re watch school house rock…

    the house makes the law the senate ratifies and they go to committee, some how the wicked witch pelosi and the scarecrow reid believe we start in the senate…the elders of the country are turning over as thats not the way our laws are written..

  4. It’s funny how Republicans wanted to pin all of Bush’s failures on Obama. So if Clinton doesn’t get credit for Reagan’s efforts (which I contest anyway, he was a horrible President but in hindsight we’ve revised his legacy unfortunately), then Obama doesn’t get the fault for Bush’s failures.

    I highly doubt that Obama thinks that the Senate makes laws. He was a Senator after all, not some no-name “trader” on a niche website. That said, I have no horse in the race. My guy (Gary Johnson) lost handily. I’d easily side more with Republicans if they let go of their religious drivel that they try to shove down everyone’s throats. It’s pathetic that they ended up with such an indefensible candidate like Romney (the 2012 Republican John Kerry).

  5. Fantastic post.Much thanks again. Really Great.gerklgjleteafd

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