15 bills the House passed, but Reid refuses to schedule for votes

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    Here are the 15 bills sitting on Harry Reid's desk because he can't bring himself to schedule them for a vote in the Senate. God forbid they should pass... that would put Obama in the untenable position of either signing REPUBLICAN legislation (can't have that, now can we?) or vetoing REPUBLICAN measures that could help to improve the jobs picture in this country. Either way, Obama would lose. The fact that these measures would help this country, well, who really gives a fuck, right?


    15 Real Jobs Bills Stalled in the Senate | FreedomWorks




     
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    The bills you listed would take power from the gov't and that's not in "Dingy" Harry's plans.
     
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    LOL, holy shit, I got through the 4th one and these are laughable at best, and that's being kind. I love how these are "jobs" bills because they do away with regulations which "we all know will only lead to job creation".

    Bwahahahahahahaah! You have to be a partisan asshole to truly believe that destroying our air, polluting the water, spraying pesticides and allowing big corporations to restrict internet access to the highest bidder will somehow create jobs. LOL. Give me a break.
     
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    you are too intelligent and open minded to believe that the GOP bills are designed to ruin the air we breathe and dirty the water we drink....

    For you, this is a difference in ideology and why those bills mean little to you....but it is disturbing to see you use spin to respond in a debate.

    That is for the partisan hacks on this sight.
     
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    And the Press does not do much reporting on the fact that the Senate refuses to its sworn and legal duty. Go figure.

    What is hilarious is, the Dems control the Committees, they control the floor. IF these bills are so bad, why not submit them to committee to be debated as required by our mode of Government? I mean are they afraid they will get out of committee? Afraid they will make it to the floor for a vote? Afraid of what that floor vote might do?
     
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    The House isn't getting anything until they get the jobs bill passed. They don't feel the need to work for America, nobody cares about any of their other idiotic agenda.
     
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    In other words, the Democrats way or no way. Remind us again about how the majority matters, how the rule of law is important, how following our form of Government is important. Then tell us how, with a straight face you blame Republicans in the House for stone walling, when they act on pass and disapprove of bills while Reid just ignores them?
     
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    Glad to see you admit that you live by the ole "my way or the highway" thingy.

    Not surprised.
     
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    Dear Retarded person. the Republicans in the house are not required to pass obie wan't so called "jobs" bill. It's another "stimulus" bill. Let's be clear about that. The first one did not work and neither will this one.. The ONLY obligation the House has is to give it an up or down vote.. That's how we roll here in America.. tough shit for you kids huh?
     
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    Now you see truly who the "obstructionists" are. They also lie a lot.
     

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