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Dems renege on promise to post stimulus bill 48 hours before vote

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*sees Obama document*

*CTRL+F SOCIALIST*

wha?

*CTRL+F NAZI*

NO!

*CTRL+F KILL WHITEY*

HOW?!

*CTRL+F MARXIST PLOT*

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

lol I was thinking the same thing. God forbid they have to read it before poking holes in it.

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if panthers_lover can post this sh*t i'm going to start posting the craziest dkos diaries i find then getting indignant when no one takes them seriously

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Unless you were in the booth with me, you have no idea and cannot claim that you do. I assure you, I was alone in that booth.

I bet she voted for Gore and then Kerry

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if panthers_lover can post this sh*t i'm going to start posting the craziest dkos diaries i find then getting indignant when no one takes them seriously

Go for it, sweetie.

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I bet she voted for Gore and then Kerry

voted mckinney this year

GREEN PARTY WILL RISE

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I tell ya ... this gives me so much confidence:

“There is plenty to complain about for everyone, and perhaps that’s the sign of a good compromise,” said U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, a Missouri Democrat. “Regardless of party, we all cast our votes with one hand and crossed our fingers with the other.”

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I tell ya ... this gives me so much confidence:

yes if only those democrats in the senate hadn't threatened to filibuster if health and school funding wasn't cut in favor of upper class tax breaks

also jesus you're like the queen of selectively posting

e measures passed by the House and Senate differed on a variety of issues. The House, for instance, wanted to spend $14 million on school construction. The Senate, however, didn’t want to spend a dime on that, and nothing survived in the compromise bill.

The Senate, meanwhile, wanted to spend $2 million on developing zero-emissions coal-fired power plants. The House didn’t, and such spending also didn’t make it into the final plan.

But there will be $20 billion in tax incentives for renewable energy during the next decade and $19 billion to help modernize health care information technology. There’s also $21 billion for a 60 percent subsidy to help laid-off workers pay health insurance premiums.

“There is plenty to complain about for everyone, and perhaps that’s the sign of a good compromise,” said U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, a Missouri Democrat. “Regardless of party, we all cast our votes with one hand and crossed our fingers with the other.”

he's pretty obviously upset that republicans got the school funding out, something missouri desperately needs

http://www.kansascity.com/business/story/1032285.html

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yes if only those democrats in the senate hadn't threatened to filibuster if health and school funding wasn't cut in favor of upper class tax breaks

also jesus you're like the queen of selectively posting

he's pretty obviously upset that republicans got the school funding out, something missouri desperately needs

http://www.kansascity.com/business/story/1032285.html

I posted what was germane to my point ... geez, you didn't post the entire article either ... nah nah nah nah boo boo ....

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I posted what was germane to my point

so to prove your point you had to blatantly take a comment out of context

if that doesn't tell you something perhaps you should head back to the nursing home political banter parlor

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