GOP Will Not Default! (Doing Business Wholesale Is Not The Federal Way(?)!)

Discussion in 'Economy' started by mascale, Jan 18, 2013.

  1. mascale

    mascale VIP Member

    Feb 22, 2009
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    The one of the Carolinas which has the "South" in it: Likely understands best the federal concept--of doing business. The one with the "North" in it is likely on board. "Wholesale" is not in the complex bureaucratic jargon of any known government on earth. To date, no one seems to want any of that put on the lawbooks of America(?)!

    "Bribe" is understood, so "sequester," is probablly not well understood. The federal process instead becomes an act of Cong.. . . .Oh Dear!

    The Republicans will now demand a federal budget. There are now fewer of them around to have to take any credit for it.

    GOP to seek three-month extension of debt limit - First Read

    The apparent idea it to get the federal processes legally enshrined, and then even showcased in law(?)! Effectively, Will Mormon Senator Harry Reid really want to get on the record, doing that? Anyone notices that Romney got out, way ahead of any of that! Anyone might suggest that the sect has at least a shred of morality about it.

    Obscenity, generally, is thought counter to morality. There is a certain "depth," to the process about to unfold.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Federal Budgets Now! Federal Budgets Tamarra(?)! Federal Budgets. . . .Maybe a week from Tuesday. . .or Maybe Sometime. . . .And Maybe Even Soon(?)!"
  2. waltky

    waltky Wise ol' monkey Supporting Member

    Feb 6, 2011
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    Okolona, KY
    Yea, he real worried - worried he can't get outta town fast enough after cuttin' military's pay...
    As he leaves, Panetta says sequester is biggest concern
    February 3rd, 2013 - Outgoing Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Sunday his "biggest concern" right now is the uncertainty over budget issues on Capitol Hill.
    See also:

    Panetta to recommend pay cut for military
    February 6th, 2013 - Just days before he leaves office, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is recommending military pay be limited, effectively decreasing troop salaries next year.

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