Boehner: "There will be no unconditional surrender"

Started Oct 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
vadimraskin Veteran Member • Posts: 3,596
Re: Boehner: "There will be no unconditional surrender"

Brian wrote:

A sad example of the way right wingers think about politics.

Man, this is not about saving your face, it is about the future of the USA and the world which will suffer as well from a US bankruptcy!

There are two sides to every conflict. Either side could end this at any time. The Republicans have offered viable steps toward keeping things solvent. BO on the other hand has only been a big baby about the whole thing. It is unfortunate that BO never learned to be a statesman. He only knows how to lead the left. But the country is made of much more than just the left. The last present who could really bring people together was Reagan.

Lets's see those "viable steps", shall we?

De-fund the democratically passed law? Approve the pipe-line? What other viable steps did they propose? Ah, yeah, the good one: strip Congress staffers from the Government subsidy for the healthcare, for which they as federal employees are fully entitled? Common, this is such a BS!

Every one of these so-called "patriots" has a nice healthcare paid for by us, by the way. Most of them are well off and not really suffering from prolonged shut-down.

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