Could GOP Lose House Over Debt Ceiling Debate?

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    GOP Being





    Its only a matter of time and they're out.
     
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    Yeah, okay. Dream on Peter Pan.

    Say bye-bye to the Senate and the WH.
     
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    Ya damn those horrible Republicans for not wanting to raise taxes on the poor and middle class...damn them to hell....Hold that thought Flail I'm sure someone believes it
     
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    Is ad-hominem your middle name?
     
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    Could GOP Lose House Over Debt Ceiling Debate?

    Given what the majority of Americans want, no.
     
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    So you want more debt? Are you a moron too?
     
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    " Huffington Post, the number ONE source for truthful news "

    You realize this statement takes you totally out of the realm of serious discussion, right?


    If no agreement is reached, and people start missing their monthly gov't checks then I'd say every incumbent better hunt for cover. If you're in anything close to an undecided district, who knows?

    I heard rumors that the Repubs would pass a debt ceiling bill all on their own this week or next to show or try to show they're not obstructionist. If they do that and it's well received then maybe they've got some political cover.

    And I'll say this too, I thought for once Obama looked somewhat presidential in his news conference today. Don't know that many people will look back on it and say wow, I'm gonna vote for him, but at least he was somewhat restrained in his attacks on the GOP.
     
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    Don't get too "huffy" fayzie. Huffington only tells you radical lefties what you want to hear. That's the downside to unbalanced liberal media.
     
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    What ad-hominem did he use?
     
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    Anything is possible. Though I highly doubt the American people are going to vote Republicans out of the House for doing what they were voted in to do. We voted them in to get our fiscal house in order. They are doing so. Democrats are refusing to provide any real cuts (And no future cuts aren't real)
     

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