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Liberals Wrong About Shutdown

November 12, 2013

Always eager to score political points, President Barack Obama and liberals in Congress blamed the partial government shutdown in October on Republicans in the House of Representatives....

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1whoworks

Nov-13-13 8:21 PM

Republican obstructionism? Sounds like a true Dimocrat talking. Good legislation comes from both sides working together. Obambam wants everything his way. The heath care debacle is a perfect example. If that is the kind of laws that will be made without the Republicans - Obstruct away!

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oldsteelmaker

Nov-13-13 8:16 PM

Lib, Christie seemed interesting, but is turning into another Lowell Weiker. A GOP (HA!) senator that lost his seat to the more centrist Joe Lieberman. And when Joe Lieberman is the more conservative, What kind of Republican are you???

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liberty

Nov-13-13 7:03 PM

The republicans finally seem to have a potential candidate in Gov Christie who isn't some far right wacko but actually believes in compromise to get things done. Wow, maybe he is on to something that the haters need to accept

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daWraith

Nov-13-13 6:31 PM

Getafew: "daWeeb ... Please list for us all the anti gun legislation Obama has signed into law, or proposed for that matter."

DEAL! HUFFPOST 2/26/13:

WASHINGTON -- In the clearest sign that Democrats are worried about the viability of President Barack Obama's comprehensive gun control package, leading lawmakers signaled on Monday that they will consider the president's gun control agenda in pieces rather than as a whole.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) said his committee will take up four gun-related bills in a hearing on Thursday. The bills reflect the core components of the gun violence package proposed last month by the White House.

They include a universal background checks bill sponsored by Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), a school safety bill sponsored by Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), a new gun trafficking statute sponsored by Leahy, and an assault weapons ban sponsored by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.).

Any questions dummmie??

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TrollSlayer

Nov-13-13 4:18 PM

WaterBuffaloed “Capito & McKinley are among the most extreme.”

I never heard either of either of those Congressmen claim “Democrits want you to die quickly.” Or accuse Democrits of wanting to kill people after Katrina. Or twitter pictures of their private parts. Or get into physical scuffles with Capitol police. Or host gay prostitution rings out of their homes. Or beat their wives. You uncivil Demorats are the ones known for that sort of extreme behavior. LOL

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TrollSlayer

Nov-13-13 4:04 PM

WaterBuffaloed “Only 9 percent of Americans approved of Congress in a recent Gallup survey.”

I hope you realize the Democrit-majority Senate is one half of that Congress. I know Harry “No Vote” Reid wants to distance himself from that number, but... hey Harry, YOU’RE Congress, too. Maybe you forgot, since you seem to have forgotten how to bring a bill up for debate and a VOTE. LOL

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sounder

Nov-13-13 2:08 PM

If that area of the United States, the Appalachian and Mid Ohio Region of the U.S. looked as though it really did well by following a very conservative agenda then I might see where that ideology might be very valid. But Wheeling, so many other once vibrant small towns along the Ohio River which based their wealth on industries which became obsolete, in many cases by the policies of a conservative government which did and could see those places which were winners and those which would lose--big time lose. NR, it isn't liberal or conservative so much; what happened to places like Wheeling, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati--too vested in the old ways, too lacking in new ideas.

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WaterBuffaloRider

Nov-13-13 12:18 PM

Only 9 percent of Americans approved of Congress in a recent Gallup survey. It is the first time that the Gallup congressional approval rating has hit single digits. Republican obstruction is easily recognized by astute voters and Capito & McKinley are among the most extreme. McKinley believes America is divided between septic tank owners and non-septic tank owners. He is an expert on political sewage.

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promo61

Nov-13-13 10:58 AM

Since when has the president ever relied on legislation to get what he wants? Since the ACA I mean...

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GETACLUE

Nov-13-13 8:41 AM

daWeeb ... Please list for us all the anti gun legislation Obama has signed into law, or proposed for that matter.

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daWraith

Nov-12-13 11:18 PM

Just how OUT of TOUCH is Obama and the Liberals?

It would appear that the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) website - required when purchasing a gun or explosive - is capable of handling large volumes of users..

Since Obamacare came on line, they have had 49,100 applications to purchase health insurance.

During that same time NICS processed 1,687,599 applications to purchase GUNS!!!

34 times as many people want to buy GUNS over HEALTH INSURANCE.

BUT OBama wants to OUTLAW guns and make INSURANCE available for everyone--except they cannot AFFORD it and the website is {censored}UP!!

OBAMA PRIORITIES: FAIL!

LOL!!! ROTFL!!! LM FAO!!!! WIMPL!!!!

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daWraith

Nov-12-13 10:18 PM

Poopie, outside of the Liberal Northeast, "Big Boy" Christie is just a fat liberal Republican.

He WON'T get past the primaries unless he vastly outspends the competition.

GOP tried a moderate Northeast Liberal (Mitt Romney) the last time because the liberal press said he could get the independent vote.

He Did, GOP got about 90% of the independent vote.

We Lost.

Because the GOP conservative base did NOT turn out even as much as for Rhino#2 McCain.

This time we need a REAL conservative that will cause the liberal press to go Palin-crazy again like Rand Paul or Ted Cruz.

Somebody who can ATTACK Obamacare with being compared to Romneycare.

The GHETTO and WELFARE will ALWAYS go to the Democrat Santa Claus candidate, so faghettaboutit.

Turn out the BASE and INDEPENDENTS and the GOP WINS.

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1whoworks

Nov-12-13 9:20 PM

The Dimocrats say anything and do anything they want. They are accountable to none and feel no responsibility to what has made this country and indeed the world prosperous. We are lucky to have lived during that time. It will come to an end soon.

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daWraith

Nov-12-13 7:19 PM

CBS Sacramento:

"Calif. Insurance Commissioner: More Than 1M Californians Having Insurance Cancelled Due To ACA

November 12, 2013 3:10 PM

But but but Opie PROMISED . . . . . .

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daWraith

Nov-12-13 7:17 PM

"President Obama has reached his lowest approval rating in any Quinnipiac University national poll since being elected president, with 39 percent of registered voters now approving of his job performance and 54 percent disapproving.

The numbers released Tuesday compare to a 45 percent/49 percent approval/disapproval split Oct. 1, before the partial government and problems with the rollout of his health care overhaul took hold. The previous low was a 41/55 split in October 2011 after that summer’s debt-ceiling standoff with Congress.

Nearly two-thirds of independents disapprove of the president’s job performance, and 91 percent of Republicans disapprove. Democrats approve by a 79 percent to 14 percent margin."

Keep talking Opie, PLEEEEEEEZE keep talking all the way until 11/4/2014...

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WVEXPAT

Nov-12-13 5:39 PM

Up is down and down is up in left wing world. 50,000 sign up for Obamacare while 5 million lose their policies!

Seriously?

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anutterview

Nov-12-13 1:19 PM

hoopie - "LOL! I also read this morning that Gov Chris Christie is comparing himself to Pres. Reagan! Now the teabaggers have their man! A heavier version of Reagan from NJ! Gotta love it! Go teabaggers! LOL".

Hoopie, are you the un-named source creating this political news flash.

Do you expect us to believe that the Tea Party conservatives would pick the RINO republican from the liberal northeast state of New Jersey as there best choice to become President.

Conservatives knew and admired Reagan, and Christie is no Reagan.

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anutterview

Nov-12-13 1:11 PM

Hey hoopie, got the name of that insurance company that will sell us that upgraded insurance with a cost savings to boot. Yeah, didn't think so.

By the way, did you hear that WV has now discontinued its "insurance of last resorts" for the otherwise uninsurable, explaining that it isn't needed with the ACA.

Wow, more high cost medical claims to be absorbed by the ACA. Good thing that the Fed is printing more Monopoly Money, otherwise the taxpayers might have to pay for that insurance too!

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QuizhatKaddyshack

Nov-12-13 11:46 AM

What a waste of time.

Not the editorial - the mindless opinions of the perpetual whining class.

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TrollSlayer

Nov-12-13 10:26 AM

Wow. hoopie drops in to whine about a governor from a far-away state, make a fat joke, and utter some obscenities. This is what the Democrit Party has become. I’m actually starting to feel sorry for you loons.

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wvhoopie

Nov-12-13 9:16 AM

LOL! I also read this morning that Gov Chris Christie is comparing himself to Pres. Reagan! Now the teabaggers have their man! A heavier version of Reagan from NJ! Gotta love it! Go teabaggers! LOL

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mikeyd

Nov-12-13 9:07 AM

someone take responsibility in this country.the professional lying doesn't cut it anymore.

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TrollSlayer

Nov-12-13 7:52 AM

And on top of that Demorat Obamascam display of epic incompetence and complete loss of voters’ trust, add the Obamanomic disaster of only ONE PERCENT of the expected number of Obamascam enrollees? Only SIX on day one? Only 50,000 NATIONWIDE after SIX WEEKS?

Obamboozler’s “glitchy” website is the LEAST of your problems now, Dems. LOL

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TrollSlayer

Nov-12-13 7:51 AM

The epic-fail “glitchy” Obamascam website debacle looks like only a bump in the road now that MILLIONS of Americans are LOSING their health insurance as a DIRECT CONSEQUENCE of the Obamascam.

And HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of Americans are now painfully aware that Barry Obamboozler’s OFT-REPEATED promise, “If you like your health care plan, you can KEEP your health care plan, PERIOD,” was a bald-faced LIE.

And then Obamboozler’s condescending attempt to cover up his lie by claiming you didn't actually HEAR him make that promise?

And then Obamboozler’s pathetic excuse that he didn’t actually KNOW his promise was a lie?

Lie after lie after lie after lie... and not ONE Republican vote for that monumental scam. Voters know that now. Sux to be you, Demorats.

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WVEXPAT

Nov-12-13 7:31 AM

Many R's and at least 1 D were calling for a year delay. Many D are now calling for a shorter period, but if they would have negotiated, D's wouldn't be taking such a beating on the website debacle.

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