Sold out the people

Discussion in 'Politics and Religion' started by buster40c, Dec 19, 2015.

  1. buster40c

    buster40c Well-Known Member

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  2. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    No surprises here...

    Pennsylvania

    House

    YEA

    Costello (PA)
    Thompson (PA)
    Murphy (PA)

    NAY

    Kelly (PA)

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    Senate

    YEA

    Casey ( D-PA )


    NAY

    Toomey ( R-PA )
     
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  3. VThillman

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    Note that Bernie voted nay. But so did Boxer. Whazzat about?
     
  4. buster40c

    buster40c Well-Known Member

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    Cruz voted nay. Cornyn voted yay---that figures. McCaul voted Yea..no surprise there either.
    Bernie running for pres so figures he voted nay. Boxer no doubt nay vote was influenced by money somehow.
     
  5. Ernesto

    Ernesto In the army now..

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    Obviously you haven't listened to Bernie, he is all about balancing the budget, always has been. Does NOT like wall Street and big banks that continue to rape the middle class and tax our azzes back into the dark ages.
    Keep on voting for the GOP and the middlet class will disappear.
     
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  6. VThillman

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    I was 'noting' Bernie's vote for the benefit of our RW friends; Boxer's vote is the one that startled me.

    [Um - "the mideast class"?] ;)
     
  7. squirrelhunter

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    Both Senators Coats and Donnelly voted Yea but Representative Stutzman voted Nay.
     
  8. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    OH OH....we gots a liberal socialist in our midst...!!

    Ain't no way Bernie is gonna get ANY of his agenda to float...

    and rightly so...he's a commie !!
     
  9. VThillman

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    :)

    From the socialist point of view, Bernie is probably quite conservative; after all, he is a Democratic Socialist. Anyone interested in delving into what that signifies can probably find details on the Internet. The 'in' parties of Denmark and Sweden accept that designation I think. The closest political party we Yanks have would be the Progressives - of which I know nothing much. Anyway, you are almost certainly right if you are saying that Bernie will not be President, and will not much influence any other federal agency or division of government. The 1%ers will see to that, partly by getting our rightwingers to accept one or another of their blends of lies.

    Our Ernesto is probably a centrist, and he isn't alone here if he is.
     
  10. buster40c

    buster40c Well-Known Member

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    The recent actions with the omnibus bill show there is only one party. That party is the one and only shadow party of one. I believe VT is right in that the only real party is called the progressive party. Out with the old and in with the new. We have just witnessed the vote to end this country. The idea of two parties is merely a smoke screen for the citizens belief that we still live in a constitutional republic. Get ready for the crap to hit the fan because there are buckets filled ready to throw into the fan. The switch on the fan was just removed and it can't be shut off except by unplugging the fan. . Good luck with that because only a revolution can unplug it.
    Obama has got to be breaking his arm patting himself on his own back. Sorry Obama lovers but the fact is Obama is not the savior of the USA that you think he is.
     
  11. Ernesto

    Ernesto In the army now..

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    Yeah, the phone did it. Definitely a centrist here.
     
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