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First lady's "Let's Move" initiative online - Amber Alert system not so much

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Oh, absolutely, this is so much more important than the idea of health care....

 

...you over there on the right. Yes, you, the ones who keep hiding their faces when it comes to the shutdown. ...

 

Any distraction that attempts to reduce the 72% of Americans blaming the Republican party right now. Okay, once more, for the learning impaired on the right:

1. You lost the election... twice. To a black man. Get over it.

2. The ACA was signed into law.

3. The ACA was upheld by the Supreme Court which means you lost... yet again. To a black man with an idea. Get over it.

 

The 72% was of people not in favor of shutting down the government.

 

as to who they blame, pubs get more blame, but it is a lot less.  Think I heard low 50's for pubs and 40's for Dems now.

 

 

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The 72% was of people not in favor of shutting down the government.

 

as to who they blame, pubs get more blame, but it is a lot less.  Think I heard low 50's for pubs and 40's for Dems now.

 

http://www.nationaljournal.com/politics/poll-shutdown-hurting-republicans-in-battleground-districts-20131006

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-04/why-republicans-shut-down-the-government.html

 

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/10/07/shutdown-aversion-republicans-may-have-just-lost-the-house.html

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/longtime-gop-donors-unnerved-by-shutdown-strategy/2013/10/05/a95b3dac-2d04-11e3-8ade-a1f23cda135e_story.html

 

http://www.voanews.com/content/polls-show-republicans-blamed-for-government-shutdown/1761103.html

 

"Brown’s latest poll found that 72 percent of Americans oppose the government shutdown and a growing number put most of the blame on Republicans in Congress."

 

Okay, so the Repubs are at at least 60% and growing....

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Oh, absolutely, this is so much more important than the idea of health care....

 

...you over there on the right. Yes, you, the ones who keep hiding their faces when it comes to the shutdown. ...

 

Any distraction that attempts to reduce the 72% of Americans blaming the Republican party right now. Okay, once more, for the learning impaired on the right:

1. You lost the election... twice. To a black man. Get over it.

2. The ACA was signed into law.

3. The ACA was upheld by the Supreme Court which means you lost... yet again. To a black man with an idea. Get over it.

 

4. You tried to get rid of, or delay, the ACA like 40 times in congress and failed... each & every time.

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All this phony outrage from the GOP would be funny if their actions weren't actually hurting people.

"Let's shut down the government herp derp!!"

"Hey we didn't want THAAAAT shutdown!"

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http://www.wbtw.com/story/23627835/amber-alert-website-back-up-after-being-shut-down-all-weekend

 

LOL...talking about picking and choosing shutdown items.

 

Someone came to their senses.  

 

 

More likely they got tired of people in an uproar because they have no idea how the Amber Alert system actually works & thought the entire thing was shut down.

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More likely they got tired of people in an uproar because they have no idea how the Amber Alert system actually works & thought the entire thing was shut down.

 

Its like people who see that the CIA website got taken down by a simple DDOS attack and think our government was hacked

 

No you idiot, they just took down the sign in front of the building

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Even G5s gay "jokes" are getting more worthless thanks to the yahoos he's supporting

 

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The GOP propaganda machine is operating at full capacity right now trying to blame the Democratic Party for shutting down the government.

 

Why?  Because the Democratic Party won't negotiate with Republicans on legislation that has already been approved by Congress, signed by the President and reviewed by the United States Supreme Court.  A majority of those USSC Justices determined the ACA met all Constitutional requirements to make it the law of the land.

 

If the majority of Americans don't like the ACA they can simply vote for the GOP in 2014.  Of course, the American public had that same opportunity in 2012 and the majority of them chose to vote for the Democratic Party instead.

 

Today, Republicans' callous actions are jeopardizing the nation's credit rating and economic well being.  The American public and national media should hold the GOP solely responsible for this reckless attempt to hold our nation as a political hostage. 

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