Republicans aren't just the party "no", they are the party of "no policies"

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I really don't understand why average Joe repubs don't see the problem with this. This is the top priorities of the party:

1) The Keystone pipeline (which barely has any economic benefits for THIS country).

2) Cutting taxes for the wealthy (adding hundreds of billions to our national debt while they simulataneously bitch about over spending).

3) Deregulation (ridding regulations that do barely anything to create jobs and ultimately cause harm)

4) Repealing ObamaCare without replacing it with anything (apparently they forgot the basic concepts of ObamaCare was invented by repubs before Obama endorsed them).

5) BENGHAZI

6) Flowery speeches about freedom and warm apple pie! Derp, derp, derp!

7) An immigration policy that does nothing to negotiate with democrats (negotiation and compromise is how congress achieves anything).

8) Actually they fail to negotiate and compromise with ANYTHING Obama comes up with.

That seems to be all repubs have to offer besides blocking ANY progressive issues. I just don't understand the appeal of this party. Average joe repubs only follow them because they believe in this retarded propaganda that democrats want to weaken America (why they would want to, I have no idea). It's pure emotion. Repubs don't rely on facts or critical thinking. They just believe in crap that sounds like it makes sense but in reality it doesn't. I mean sure, cutting taxes for the wealthy - on the surface - sounds like a good idea, but if you truly understood how the economy works you would understand how useless and damaging it is to the economy at large.
 

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Another day another flame thread with lies and projections from billy triple nothing. Give it a rest already.
 

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I really don't understand why average Joe repubs don't see the problem with this. This is the top priorities of the party:

1) The Keystone pipeline (which barely has any economic benefits for THIS country).

2) Cutting taxes for the wealthy (adding hundreds of billions to our national debt while they simulataneously bitch about over spending).

3) Deregulation (ridding regulations that do barely anything to create jobs and ultimately cause harm)

4) Repealing ObamaCare without replacing it with anything (apparently they forgot the basic concepts of ObamaCare was invented by repubs before Obama endorsed them).

5) BENGHAZI

6) Flowery speeches about freedom and warm apple pie! Derp, derp, derp!

7) An immigration policy that does nothing to negotiate with democrats (negotiation and compromise is how congress achieves anything).

8) Actually they fail to negotiate and compromise with ANYTHING Obama comes up with.

That seems to be all repubs have to offer besides blocking ANY progressive issues. I just don't understand the appeal of this party. Average joe repubs only follow them because they believe in this retarded propaganda that democrats want to weaken America (why they would want to, I have no idea). It's pure emotion. Repubs don't rely on facts or critical thinking. They just believe in crap that sounds like it makes sense but in reality it doesn't. I mean sure, cutting taxes for the wealthy - on the surface - sounds like a good idea, but if you truly understood how the economy works you would understand how useless and damaging it is to the economy at large.
Old Sigmund would have had a hay day with you,why would you describe yourself so well,yet despise it at the same time??
 

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Sure, but we aren't the ones vetoing everything either. Are you sure you wish to continue this line of conversation?
Yeah, let's continue this conversation.

Three vetoes in six years, dipshit. Show me another President with that record.

"Vetoing everything." Hyperbolize much?
 

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McConnell made it clear his party was not going to reveal any policies before the election. It does not get more cowardly than that.

And as I have pointed out countless times on this forum, "Repeal ObamaCare...AND THEN WHAT!?!"

Six years in, and the Republicans STILL have not provided an alternative comprehensive health care reform plan.

They have had DECADES to come up with one.

Bupkis.
 

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Sure, but we aren't the ones vetoing everything either. Are you sure you wish to continue this line of conversation?
Is Obama vetoing everything?
HE has vetoed everything that has gotten to his desk.
Another Billy troll thread blows up in his face.
Hey, dumbshit. Here are all the bills Obama has signed: Signed Legislation The White House


He has vetoed three bills in six years. That's it.

You have to go all the way back to James Polk to find another President with that few vetoes.

Another Rabbi troll post blows up in his face.
 

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Sure, but we aren't the ones vetoing everything either. Are you sure you wish to continue this line of conversation?
Is Obama vetoing everything?
HE has vetoed everything that has gotten to his desk.
Another Billy troll thread blows up in his face.
Hey, dumbshit.

He has vetoed three bills in six years. That's it.

You have to go all the way back to James Polk to find another President with that few vetoes.

Another Rabbi troll post blows up in his face.
Hey asswipe. HOw many of those bills came from a GOP Congress?
 

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Sure, but we aren't the ones vetoing everything either. Are you sure you wish to continue this line of conversation?
Is Obama vetoing everything?
HE has vetoed everything that has gotten to his desk.
Another Billy troll thread blows up in his face.
Hey, dumbshit.

He has vetoed three bills in six years. That's it.

You have to go all the way back to James Polk to find another President with that few vetoes.

Another Rabbi troll post blows up in his face.
Hey asswipe. HOw many of those bills came from a GOP Congress?
Moving the goalposts now, eh? One can smell the flop sweat from here.

Did you look at the link I provided, idiot? There are bills he signed which were passed by the GOP Congress.

Another swing and a miss!
 

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Sure, but we aren't the ones vetoing everything either. Are you sure you wish to continue this line of conversation?
Is Obama vetoing everything?
HE has vetoed everything that has gotten to his desk.
Another Billy troll thread blows up in his face.
Hey, dumbshit. Here are all the bills Obama has signed: Signed Legislation The White House


He has vetoed three bills in six years. That's it.

You have to go all the way back to James Polk to find another President with that few vetoes.

Another Rabbi troll post blows up in his face.
Oh wow. Obama the bipartisan. He had the guts to sign this contentious act
An Act to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 18640 NW 2nd Avenue in Miami, Florida, as the "Father Richard Marquess-Barry Post Office Building".
 

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Sure, but we aren't the ones vetoing everything either. Are you sure you wish to continue this line of conversation?
Is Obama vetoing everything?
HE has vetoed everything that has gotten to his desk.
Another Billy troll thread blows up in his face.
Hey, dumbshit. Here are all the bills Obama has signed: Signed Legislation The White House


He has vetoed three bills in six years. That's it.

You have to go all the way back to James Polk to find another President with that few vetoes.

Another Rabbi troll post blows up in his face.
Oh wow. Obama the bipartisan. He had the guts to sign this contentious act
An Act to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 18640 NW 2nd Avenue in Miami, Florida, as the "Father Richard Marquess-Barry Post Office Building".
Did you look at the link I provided? There's more.

You were lied to, and you guzzled the piss, and then regurgitated the lie.

Aren't you dog tired of doing that by now? I am astonished you keep going back to your same hack sources for more of their lies. What the fuck is that?!?!
 

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Sure, but we aren't the ones vetoing everything either. Are you sure you wish to continue this line of conversation?
Is Obama vetoing everything?
HE has vetoed everything that has gotten to his desk.
Another Billy troll thread blows up in his face.
Hey, dumbshit. Here are all the bills Obama has signed: Signed Legislation The White House


He has vetoed three bills in six years. That's it.

You have to go all the way back to James Polk to find another President with that few vetoes.

Another Rabbi troll post blows up in his face.
Oh wow. Obama the bipartisan. He had the guts to sign this contentious act
An Act to designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 18640 NW 2nd Avenue in Miami, Florida, as the "Father Richard Marquess-Barry Post Office Building".
Did you look at the link I provided? There's more.

You were lied to, and you guzzled the piss, and then regurgitated it.

Aren't you dog tired of doing that by now?
Any even mildly contentious legislation from the Congress will get vetoed. Obama has already promised that. And acted on it. Keystone had bipartisan support, a very long investigative period, and no substantive reason to oppose it. Obama played politics and rather than work with Congress he just said No. Now he plans to do the same with the Homeland Security Funding bill, despite that bill's bipartisan support.
 

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James K. Polk. 1845-1849. Three vetoes in four years.

Barack HUSSEIN Soeteroreo. Three vetoes in six years.

Yeah, that Obama has vetoed EVERYTHING!!!

Fuck. I almost busted a rib laughing so hard.

Come on, guys. At least make your lies a little more challenging, will you? You've been lying for so long it has become pathological.
 
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