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(MSNBC)   Paul Ryan returned to Congress today to vote for both an increased budget and a budget sequester -- both of which he'll campaign against tomorrow   (msnbc.msn.com) divider line 15
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2012-09-14 01:03:33 AM
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Of course, let's not forget that Ryan voted against the debt commission's plan, which led to the existence of the sequester that he just voted for. AND he voted against all attempts to pass a budget, leading to the stop-gap measure that he just voted FOR.

Truly, a man of conviction.
2012-09-14 08:10:42 AM
2 votes:

PonceAlyosha: MFK: Romney was not awesome as governor. Sure, the Insurance thing was great, but that wasn't his idea. To his credit, he did sign into law though

Actually, he didn't. He line item veto'd it and was overridden by the legislature.


Really? So his one actual accomplishment as Governor wasn't even his?

fark Romney. I already saw the movie where a talentless rich kid got to be President because of his Daddy. I didn't like it, and I'll be paying for the tickets for the next 20 years. I don't need a remake. And America doesn't need hereditary political families.
2012-09-14 01:09:56 AM
2 votes:
Like much of the rest of the Republican Party -- fiscally and morally bankrupt liars.
2012-09-14 10:04:36 AM
1 votes:
So the teatards were elected to CUTCUTCUTCUT, but now that cuts - which many of them voted for - appear imminent, they're complaining about the cuts?

I thought the whole point was that they were setting a target ($1.2T) and a deadline (end of this year) and were going to work sometime in the last year to do something to avoid it. It's like when you sign a contract, and a day before the end of the term, one of the signors is like "WTF! I have to produce a whole 100-page report on the entirety of the work I've done in a single day?! How unfair!"

Morons - you had all the time in the world to do something, but wanding vaginas was more important. Go sit in the corner.

// of course, they won't
// they'll cry and scream about how the big bad Democrats want to make our country less safe
// farking George "Macaca" Allen is running an attack ad against Connolly for voting for this bill - farking George "Macaca" Allen would have voted for it twice
2012-09-14 08:02:58 AM
1 votes:

MFK: Romney was not awesome as governor. Sure, the Insurance thing was great, but that wasn't his idea. To his credit, he did sign into law though


Actually, he didn't. He line item veto'd it and was overridden by the legislature.
2012-09-14 06:53:30 AM
1 votes:
I think his most hilarious flip flop is on Ayn Rand, a woman whose writing we're so influential in his life that all staffers were required to read Atlas.

Suddenly, as soon as the teavangelicals come to power its Ayn, Ayn who? I reject her atheistic principles and accept the power of Jesus.

Sure her writing is awful, but what a transparent little shiat stain he is. Own it you pussy. You're clearly a greedy little fark who's still guided by her principles.
2012-09-14 06:39:24 AM
1 votes:

shotglasss: I'm a herpin' and a-derpin'!.


Yes you are, sweetie.
2012-09-14 06:36:47 AM
1 votes:
Oh, cool, shotglasss is here. I have been looking for him so I can ignore his pointless ass.
2012-09-14 06:00:16 AM
1 votes:

TheJoe03: Sabyen91: It is his turn though, dammit!

Don't want to jinx it but I would love to see his concession speech.


"My fellow Americans, today we have scored a decisive victory against the forces of darkness that plague our land. Now we can begin the business of walking back President Obama's massive government expansion as well as his huge tax hikes on all working Americans. The corruption that has riddled his administration, as well as his stranglehold on all media except for the brave and selfless patriots at Fox News, who put themselves at great personal risk time and time again to bring you only the pure, unvarnished truth, is finally at an end.

'Why, I remember just yesterday, as Mitt Romney and I won the Boston Marathon, with a time of two minutes and thirteen seconds, Mr. Romney turned to me and said, 'Paul, if only we can reclaim the trillions upon trillions of dollars being spent on NPR and Planned Parenthood, we'll have enough money to cut taxes to 0.01% for all Americans AND spread democracy through Iran and Syria. Our first act as part of the new administration will be to walk back the minimum wage to $1 per hour and give children who want to work the ability to make that choice. We'll repeal the environmental laws that have stifled job creation for decades. We'll open opportunities for corporate sponsorship of our schools and roads, and free the elderly from the tyranny of Medicare. We'll...hey, let me go...no, leggo...no, hey! We won, dammit! WE WON! REALITY IS WHAT I SAY IT IS! LET ME GO RIGHT NOW! I'M STILL SPEECHIFYING! THE COUNTRY WANTS CONSERVATIVES IN CHARGE! SILENT MAJORITY! THEY'LL TAKE YOUR GUNS AWAY! OBAMA HATES AMERICA! HE'S A COMMUNIST! MIIIIITT!"

I'm reasonably sure we're about three election cycles away from seeing the Vice Presidential candidate being hauled away in a strait-jacket. If that.
2012-09-14 04:14:29 AM
1 votes:

BMulligan: Sabyen91: overfienduglar: Didn't Ryan vote for Bush's bugets, Medicare part D, both wars, and the bailout?

Yup.

Seems to have gotten religion fairly recently - say, within the past four years or so.


January 20, 2009.
2012-09-14 04:13:50 AM
1 votes:

Sabyen91: overfienduglar: Didn't Ryan vote for Bush's bugets, Medicare part D, both wars, and the bailout?

Yup.


Seems to have gotten religion fairly recently - say, within the past four years or so.
2012-09-14 04:12:06 AM
1 votes:

overfienduglar: Didn't Ryan vote for Bush's bugets, Medicare part D, both wars, and the bailout?


Yup.
2012-09-14 04:01:28 AM
1 votes:
Didn't Ryan vote for Bush's bugets, Medicare part D, both wars, and the bailout?
2012-09-14 02:08:00 AM
1 votes:

MaudlinMutantMollusk: /criminal hypocrisy


Can we start arresting religious officials?

PLEASE???
2012-09-14 01:28:01 AM
1 votes:

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Of course, let's not forget that Ryan voted against the debt commission's plan, which led to the existence of the sequester that he just voted for. AND he voted against all attempts to pass a budget, leading to the stop-gap measure that he just voted FOR.

Truly, a man of conviction that should be convicted.


FTFY

/criminal hypocrisy
 
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