THIS, not Obama is the reason why the country is so jacked up

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  1. Bass v 2.0
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    You could tell them to support the bill that cuts spending and the taxes and not cutting taxes while raising other taxes.
     
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    No, you tell them to do their damn jobs, simple and plain.
     
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    Failed thread number two?
     
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    You're right. It's not Obama's fault. It's the Democrats fault. He just happens to be one of them. He is a FAILED leader. A TRUE leader would be able to get HIS OWN PARTY who controls the Senate to pass this.

    But he can't. He is not a leader. He has failed.

    HIS party, the big blue D's, control the Senate.

    Say it again with me: "Democrats control the Senate. Democrats control the Senate."

    They control it today, and will tomorrow. Democrats.....control....the Senate.
     
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    Democrats wont listen to me. Im a Republican.
     
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    What's this mean to the average wage-earner? An extra $80/year?
    Let it ride for chrissakes.
     
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    I agree. The system is broken, corrupt and just plain useless. I have no faith in this system today.
     
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    That $80 a year is probably more extra cash than a "Tax the Rich" approach would put into their pockets.
     
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    The system isn't broken. The people are.
     

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