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  • aceofbasefanatic aceofbasefanatic Sep 30, 2013 9:04 PM Flag

    SHUT IT DOWN

    Obama Won't Negotiate, Reid won't Negotiate #GOPHoldTheLine

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    • Just a reminder: Not only Obama but Reid/Durbin/Schumer/Murray (Biden too) voted against debt ceiling increase in '06

    • Congress and business owners get exceptions but the small guy gets screw. SHUT IT DOWN. EVERYBODY GO ON OBAMACARE OR NO ONE GO ON IT. SHUT IT DOWN

    • BOEHNER ADVISES AMERICANS TO DELAY GETTING CANCER FOR A YEAR

      BOROWITZ | SEPTEMBER 29, 2013 | The New Yorker

      WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In a special Sunday radio address, HOUSE SPEAKER JOHN BOEHNER (R-OHIO) DELIVERED A HEALTH TIP TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, ADVISING THEM TO DELAY GETTING CANCER FOR A YEAR.

      “WE’RE INVOLVED IN A HIGH-STAKES FIGHT OVER OUR FREEDOM FROM CENTRALIZED GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF OUR LIVES,” SAID MR. BOEHNER, SPEAKING ON BEHALF OF HIS HOUSE COLLEAGUES. “YOU CAN DO YOUR PART BY DELAYING GETTING CANCER.”

      HE ADDED THAT HEART DISEASE, EMPHYSEMA, AND DIABETES WERE AMONG A LAUNDRY LIST OF CONDITIONS THAT WOULD BE “PATRIOTIC TO AVOID FOR A YEAR.”

      “IF YOU DELAY GETTING ANY OF THESE THINGS FOR THE NEXT TWELVE MONTHS, TOGETHER WE WILL WIN THIS FIGHT,” HE SAID.

      In closing, he reassured the American people that in the event of a government shutdown, members of Congress’ health benefits would remain intact: “We want to be in tip-top shape to continue to do the excellent job we’re doing for you.”

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • send them all home without pay !!

 
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