Foreign Aid Package advances

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With the help of Democratic votes, a foreign aid package advanced in the House last night. A final vote is expected in the House tomorrow and in the Senate sometime this weekend. Both the House and Senate are in recess next week. Once again, it takes Democratic votes to get important stuff done in Congress. Guess Republicans will soon be looking for another new Speaker Of The House.

 
With the help of Democratic votes, a foreign aid package advanced in the House last night. A final vote is expected in the House tomorrow and in the Senate sometime this weekend. Both the House and Senate are in recess next week. Once again, it takes Democratic votes to get important stuff done in Congress. Guess Republicans will soon be looking for another new Speaker Of The House.

so why is this "package" so inportant?.....
 
Every Republican who voted for this in the House, and those who will in the Senste Senate should be voted out in November, or recalled if they’re not up for election this year.
 
Relevant reading...


''AIPAC’s political action committee donated a total of $104,000 to Johnson last year, with the majority of payments coming since the start of the Gaza war and after Johnson was elected House Speaker in late October. That’s more than four times the roughly $25,000 the group donated to his last congressional campaign, when it was also his top donor, as The Intercept previously reported.''
 
Relevant reading...


''AIPAC’s political action committee donated a total of $104,000 to Johnson last year, with the majority of payments coming since the start of the Gaza war and after Johnson was elected House Speaker in late October. That’s more than four times the roughly $25,000 the group donated to his last congressional campaign, when it was also his top donor, as The Intercept previously reported.''
Which is our biggest enemy? The duopoly, or the sheep that vote for them?
 
Which is our biggest enemy? The duopoly, or the sheep that vote for them?

I think those who speak for it the loudest and most often. Their loyalty is not to the peace and prosperity of America itself. Never has been. We're just the suckers who get put on the hook for it all.

Regular uninformed folks who are working two jobs, trying to make ends meet? I can give them a pass.

But the foreign agents who sit around all day on the Internet trying to police the thoughts of any rooted American who would dare stand up and speak for the interests of average Americans and for traditioal America itself, rather than the primary interests of some middle eastern shithole where they've been killing each other for thousands of years? They're the ones.

And its getting so bad that now we're starting to see our own government being used to restrict the constitutional rights of American people because of the mirror image of middle eastern turmoil that some of the NGOs (on both theoretical ''sides") are importing onto our own streets for the television cameras and the talking heads to narrate the state department's agenda. Never let a perfectly good crisis go to waste type of deal.

I, for one, never have and never will address those types of weasels with any respect whatsoever.
 
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your one party rule will be there.....you havent learned anything ....
In its current state, the GOP ain't worth having. Maybe Libertarians will stop nominating washed-up Republicans and become the second major party.
 
so why is this "package" so inportant?.....

Zelinsky pays back a portion of his trust fund to the Congress-creatures who supported him ...

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In its current state, the GOP ain't worth having. Maybe Libertarians will stop nominating washed-up Republicans and become the second major party.
the democrats suck pretty bad too in their current state........they aint worth saving either.....
 
Which is our biggest enemy? The duopoly, or the sheep that vote for them?
Russia and Radical Islamic terrorists. But it is well past time to breakup the two party monopoly starting with a national popular election of the president and proportion representation in the House.
 

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