Republicans and promises

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    You guys have failed the military and disappointed a lot of people by going back on promises not to vote for the repeal, now if you can't even keep open homosexuality out of the military how can you Repugs reduce debt, balance the budget and improve the economy?
     
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    That isn't really the agenda, Flay.

    the real agenda is the bankrupt the nation in the hopes that by doing so, they can reduce government to doing nothing more than overseeing prisons and fielding a military to advance their corporate empires.

    You know that perfectly well, I think.
     
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    I know, you're right, there are bigger fish to fry, just at the debt ceiling issue thats about to brew. I believe that economically the West is in decline with everything shifting to the East, maybe Republicans are just caught up in the greed.
     
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    We won.

    Get over it.

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    Supposing that's true, what's the end agenda of the democrats in bankrupting the nation, as they are so clearly doing?
     
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    to buy a few more election cycles, duh!
     
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    Both parties are reprehensible for what they've done to this nation.
     
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    My understanding is that Obama was responsible for repealing DADT, not the GOP. But.... while we're on the subject of promises broken.... didn't you announce your departure from the forum, back in November? And yet.... here you are.... still bullshitting. One can hardly criticize others for broken promises when one doesn't keep one's own, can one?

    Fucking idiot.
     
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    Maybe it's just me. But shouldnt you wait till, I don't know, the first day of the new Congress is over before you start whining about how Republicans have broken promises?

    Why dont you come back in a few months and then make your arguments? They might be a bit more persuasive then.
     

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