The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

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    Re: The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

    Umm, it's Obama that's the problem here.  Even you should be able to see that.

    That being said, Bohner is more problem than solution.

     
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    It takes 2 to negotiate!

     
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    Re: The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

    In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:
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    He wants to keep his Speakers job.

    That's according to his fellow wingnuts.

    So all the whacko wingnut caterwauling over the budget neotiations is just more of the same bullshiat projection by the wingnuts when in reality, which the majority of Americans recognize, the Speaker is the one who has no balls in the fiscal cliff negotiations because he's afraid of losing his job. He could care less about the rest of the country.

     

    Van Hollen: Boehner May Be Waiting Till After He’s Re-Elected Speaker To Cut Budget Deal

    Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) explained why he thinks House Speaker John Boehner can't get to yes on a budget deal before automatic, across the board tax increases and spending cuts take effect after New Years: Once he's re-elected Speaker he'll have greater flexibility to cut a deal. 
     
    "I'm getting increasingly concerned that one of the reasons the Speaker is deciding to, I think, string out these discussions is that he wants to wait til January 3 when the election for Speaker takes place and he's concerned that any agreement he reaches if it violated the so-called Hastert Rule could undermine support for him in his caucus and make it more difficult on January 3," he told reporters at a Wednesday breakfast roundtable hosted by the Christian Science Monitor.
     
    The Hastert Rule is shorthand for GOP protocol that no legislation should be brought up for a vote in the House unless it is supported by a majority of the Republican conference.
     
    A number of leading Democrats have called out Boehner for placing his Speakership ahead of the will of voters -- Van Hollen is perhaps the first to lay out exactly what that means.

    http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/van-hollen-boehner-may-be-waiting-til-after

     

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    Leading moonbats calling out Boehner that's funny, and their opinion means what - that's right nuthin.  They forced out all their own moderates so they don't even understand what negotiating a compromise is.

     
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    Re: The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

    The reason is that the GOP has no respect for democracy and if they didn't rig elections by gerrymandering we wouldn't be responding to skeeter's lame attempt to be a RIGHTWING REBEL .......... a" rebel without a clue" I might add .

     
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    Re: The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

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    The reason is that the GOP has no respect for democracy and if they didn't rig elections by gerrymandering we wouldn't be responding to skeeter's lame attempt to be a RIGHTWING REBEL .......... a" rebel without a clue" I might add .

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    LOL wtff are you blabbing about?

     
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    tvoter if you weren't so dense you would realize that the GOP will always put thier own interest ahead of that of the country's !

     
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    tvoter if you weren't so dense you would realize that the GOP will always put thier own interest ahead of that of the country's !

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    Sister, what on Earth are you babbling about?  ALL poiticians (except for the occasional outlyer) put themselves beforethe country.  The closest thing we have to a group that is putting the country's interests ahead of their own is the TEA party.

     
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    Re: The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

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    tvoter if you weren't so dense you would realize that the GOP will always put thier own interest ahead of that of the country's !

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    Sister, what on Earth are you babbling about?  ALL poiticians (except for the occasional outlyer) put themselves beforethe country.  The closest thing we have to a group that is putting the country's interests ahead of their own is the TEA party.

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    Which you are a member of !

     
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    Re: The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

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    Umm, it's Obama that's the problem here.  Even you should be able to see that.

    That being said, Bohner is more problem than solution.

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    Because he's dealing with an egocentric turd ?

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    O what are you talking about ..........Obama isn't dealing with you .

     
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    Re: The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:
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    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    The reason Bonner isn't negotiating in good faith?

     

    The artificial tanning products have finally penetrated into the bloodstream, damaging his brain and causing oppositial defiance disorder.

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    umm...that's not my comment.

    But, keep trying.  Sooner or later you will say something worthwile.

     
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