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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-23-2020, 07:35 AM Thread Starter
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Nancy is a nut

Things are not the best so she takes a couple of days off and comes back like the Queen of the dysfunctional state of cauliflower. Want's to add all kinds of stuff to a bill with her squad members. This lady has lost her mind. The enemy isn't knocking at the door it's here and she hasn't a clue.

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California keeps voting her in. California is full of nuts.
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The Dems are once again showing that they are at the helm of the Titanic and are willing to slam the ship of state right into the iceberg because they don't like the Trump.

Oh and this is from the woman Pelosi who famously said that they had to pass the Obama-care deal and then read it LATER. Had to PASS it so then they could READ IT. And the media thinks she is a goddess.

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Senate Democrats, who have argued Republicans are prioritizing corporate industry over American workers in the legislation, lined up against an earlier procedural vote to advance the bill Sunday. The vote's failure underscored a tense divide between Republicans and Democrats as the country grapples with the impact of coronavirus and raised fresh uncertainty over whether and when lawmakers will strike a bipartisan deal. 8 Republicans also voted against it.
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Gee whiz! You mean the countrys wealth ISN"T dependant on bussiness? Lets go with Nancy and Chuckie and only take care of unemployed workers. They can just keep on doing that untill the money is gone. No big deal, it's called socialism. Great system that has never been remotely sucessful except for those running the show. FREE MONEY FOR ALL! SOCIALISM TO THE RESCUE!
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Senate Democrats, who have argued Republicans are prioritizing corporate industry over American workers in the legislation, lined up against an earlier procedural vote to advance the bill Sunday. The vote's failure underscored a tense divide between Republicans and Democrats as the country grapples with the impact of coronavirus and raised fresh uncertainty over whether and when lawmakers will strike a bipartisan deal. 8 Republicans also voted against it.
Hmmm, if these businesses and corporations collapse because of the shutdown, the American workers won’t have a job to go back to...
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I'm curious. Where was all this concern from the left when the Obama administration was bailing out "big business."
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Hmmm, if these businesses and corporations collapse because of the shutdown, the American workers wonít have a job to go back to...
Then word the bill that they don't use it for stock buybacks or corporate bonuses.
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Senate Democrats, who have argued Republicans are prioritizing corporate industry over American workers in the legislation, lined up against an earlier procedural vote to advance the bill Sunday. The vote's failure underscored a tense divide between Republicans and Democrats as the country grapples with the impact of coronavirus and raised fresh uncertainty over whether and when lawmakers will strike a bipartisan deal. 8 Republicans also voted against it.

A legitimate debate on approaching a particular problem that a bill is drafted to address, is one thing and how the system is actually designed to work...


But attaching riders to a bill that have nothing to do with the problem at hand is quite another.
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This free money will not be enough for many people living in democrat controlled areas. I am looking for the riots to start when they do not get all they think they deserve and want. Odd how these people who have always relied on hand outs are never happy. In tough times, the workers and companies who actually contribute to our countries well being, by working or providing jobs, should be the ones getting any help. This would also include retired people, who actually worked, military, and disabled people that can not work. All the money spent supporting lazy, able bodied, non working type slouches, could come in handy in times of crises, like now. I think we will see those flash mobs, where they storm stores, and steal and destroy, become common, if the slackers see a halt or reduction in handouts. Nothing is free we will pay for this crises in the future.
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