Though I did not vote for Mr. Obama during the last elections I blame the folks at the Republician party . We have to pass the debt limit otherwise nobody aint getting paid none whatsoever specially int, medicare/medicaid/ social security/probably "Part D" for drugs for the elderly/pay for our brave Soldiers and Airmen (and Women too).
I would love to form a new party . It will be called "Alligance Flag Party".
We love the United States and that is the most important thing.
If a debt limit compromise required each taxpayer in the country to pay just one dollar increase in taxes (yes, just one dollar), the Repubs would turn down it down. Their mentality is "hey, that's a tax increase and I'm not budging." "I'll let the country go into default before I raise taxes". For me, that just about explains their misguided mentality.
is ppt people (ppl) or * Plunge Protection Team, a nickname of the United States President's Working Group on Capital Markets
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 Science and technology
* Parts per trillion, a measure of fractions * Polypyrimidine tract, a region of messenger RNA * Positive partial transpose, a criterion used in quantum mechanics * Precipitate, the formation of a solid in a solution during a chemical reaction * Primitive Pythagorean triple, in mathematics * Protopanaxatriol, a molecule found in ginseng * Pulsed plasma thruster, a method of spacecraft propulsion * DL-Phosphinothricin, a herbicide * Probabilistic Polynomial Time, in complexity theory
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* Faa'a International Airport (IATA airport code), Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia * Microsoft PowerPoint, a presentation software that uses a .ppt file extension * Parents' Preference Test (PPT), a psychological parenting style test * Partouche Poker Tour, a poker tournament * Personal property tax, a type of property tax used in the United States * Professional Poker Tour, a series of televised poker tournaments