Psh. Have you SEEN the Republican House on jobs?*'Republicans kill Senate jobless aid measure' - By Andrew Taylor - AP -
Published by DSNews - 06/24/10*'Senate Republicans - again - kill
bill for jobless aid' - By Stephen Ohlemacher - AP - Published by DSNews -
06/30/10(After 2010 Midterms)*House GOP blocks bill to
extend jobless benefits By Andrew Taylor AP 11/18/10Ok. No
unemployment.How about private jobs?*Republicans block
small business lending bill' - By Stephen Ohlemacher - AP - Published by DSNews
- 07/29/10'The bill would create a $30 billion government fund to
help community banks increase lending to small businesses...'Ok. No
support for PRIVATE jobs. How about goverment jobs?*John
Boehner: If GOP Cuts Cause Federal Job Losses...'So Be It' - Huffington Post -
02/15/11US budget?*'Republicans bail on budget talks,
blame Democrats' - By David Espo - AP - Published by DSNews - 06/23/11*GOP Senate hopefuls praised for 'no'...on debt bill' - By Josh Loftin,
Associated Press- Published by DSNews - 08/11/11Two months
later...*'S&P warns it may downgrade U.S. credit rating' - By
Martin Crutsinger - AP - Published by DSNews - 07/15/11The US credit
Re: Pagan | 1:50 p.m. Oct. 3, 2011Do you want to know what Obama's
strategists are telling him? James Carville has just one word of advice for
President Barack Obama: Panic.Democratic Senators are the ones
spoiling Obama's party. They aren't about to tax anybody, including the rich,
with the 2012 election a little over a year away. You can blame the Republicans
all you want but it is the Democrats that have their foot on the brake.Meantime I'll second what James Carville is telling Obama. Time to panic Mr.
Re: Pagen | 2:49 p.m. Oct. 3, 2011 First Google 'James Carville
panic'Then:"Democrats were in open revolt ....
Democrats in the House and Senate stand for re-election in just 13 months, and
their campaigns will be difficult enough without raising taxes just before
voters go to the polls. Said a blunt Mr. Durbin: There are some senators who are
up for election who say Im never gonna vote for a tax increase while Im up for
election, even on the wealthiest people. - By Joseph Curl-The Washington Times
Sunday, October 2, 2011Read it and weep.
Re: Pagen | 9:36 a.m. Oct. 4, 2011 "More aides leave Bachmann
presidential campaign"I thought that was good news and was
happy to read about it. I put her in the same box with 'what's his name' Jon
Huntsman. Neither of them every had a chance. My personal current pick is
Texas Gov. Rick Perry. He's not perfect but then again neither is Obama.
Re: Pagen | 9:36 a.m. Oct. 4, 2011 For what it's worth I'm truly
sorry for personal attacks I've made on you in the past. Please accept my
sincere apologies. Yes, we are on different sides of the political fence but
that doesn't excuse nasty rude comments on my part.I sincerely wish
our leaders would band together in friendship to solve the problems that
inflicting such wounds to our country. Sadly I can't imagine that happening.