John Boehner Blames Obama For Derailing Dream Act After He Derailed Dream Act-Style

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    They have no shame.
     
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    Oh brother.

    Another HuffPo exclusive brought to you by, you guessed it, Fail&Go. Shitting Bull is of course in complete agreement.

    Of course this is Barry's real reason for Immigration now:

    Boehner also said the real reason Obama announced the immigration policy change is because he wants to take attention away from his record on job creation.

    Good Gosh. Why would anyone want to talk about the economy and jobs when you can talk about everyone back burner crisis, Immigration.
     
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    I thought its not the job of government and the president to do job creation according to rightwing shitology, :lol: hypocrisy again.
     
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    You don't get to dictate what people talk about. Too bad your party is so indecisive about what they'd like to do regarding the president's policy.
     
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    Her party likes doing the opposite of everything that Obama does, even when it goes against positions they hold dearly, they want less to no taxes for people because they claim government takes away people's money but complain about 50% of people not paying taxes, lol.
     
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    I love how the pugs are now falling all over themselves to reward illegal criminals.
     
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    Indeed. A ‘curious claim’ can also be referred to as a lie.
     
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    The republicans can only whine, it is what they do best. Remember the jobs they promised before the 2010 election, anyone see any action there? But Romney is giving the same BS line, republican voters must be the most patience people in the world, as republicans have never done a darn thing, and yet the promises still holds the audience upright and attentive. Too funny.

    "The truth is, the current incarnation of the GOP, frozen in its pose of perpetually indignant outrage, doesn’t want additional perspective, more data and nuance, and — Heaven forbid — dissenting voices. The impulse to marginalize, condemn, ridicule, and finally choke off dissenting voices is not only what’s behind Senator Coburn’s war on the NSF, it’s behind the GOP-sponsored culture war that has sucked much of the oxygen out of the national discourse for more than a decade now. ¶ Republicans don’t like science and scientists because they are sources of data that are independent of GOP-approved propaganda mills like Fox News. Pesky scientists and academics are always popping up to dispute the Roger Ailes-approved buzz-quote of the day — on climate change, on health care, on the effects of poverty on the rapidly evaporating middle class, on the diversity of American families, and on the importance of funding basic research instead of commercially-driven ventures constrained by short-term considerations like ROI." Steve Silberman Why the GOP Hates the National Science Foundation | NeuroTribes
     
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    Just remember Obama just gave preference of close to a million ILLEGIAL immigrants to compete for your jobs..

    vote in November
     

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