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(LA Times)   "The Tea Party now has direct control over their representatives. Fear will keep the Republicans in line. Fear of this think tank"   (latimes.com) divider line 163
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2013-10-14 12:10:49 PM

Muta: You know what will not shrink the federal budget? Defaulting! Defaulting on our debts will increase the interest rate we pay on the money we borrowed.


I probably shouldn't be, but I've been shocked, even in these threads, at how few people understand that raising the debt ceiling right now is about paying for things Congress already approved, not giving them room to approve new spending.

The predominant belief seems to be that Congress can't approve new spending unless there's room in the Treasury's spending authority even though the whole reason the current limit is being hit is because previous Congresses did exactly the opposite by approving spending they couldn't pay for.

It's no wonder go-tards like Cruz manage to get elected. People have absolute no idea what's going on, no interest in learning, but they're very, very angry about it anyway.
 
2013-10-14 12:11:17 PM

bdub77: The vast, vast majority of them are just fanatics or hypocrites with no idea about what it takes to keep the country functioning, to feed and clothe the elderly and the underprivileged, to keep roads functioning, to keep food safe, to monitor and prevent diseases, and so on. Many of them are just plain old racists and authoritarians who want to see the world burn without understanding what that actually means.


Sadly, this.
 
2013-10-14 12:12:40 PM

jaytkay: TheDumbBlonde: Peter von Nostrand: The Stealth Hippopotamus: I've never understood how representatives being in line with their constituency is a bad thing.

That is kind of what representative means.

Except the represent all of their constituents. Not 10% of them

That would imply that only 10% elected him/her.

No, that would imply that the worst 10% are the biggest loudmouths.


Or the biggest campaign contributors.
 
2013-10-14 12:12:46 PM

Mugato: Don't be too proud of this Tea Party terror you've constructed. The ability to attempt to destroy Obamacare is insignificant next to the power of people who have brain stems.

Really, serious question, what is the "given" reason for the obsession with stopping Obamacare? And don't tell me that it'll cost too much. We waste more money on defense spending on shiat that we'll never even use and foreign aid that doesn't benefit us in the least than we ever will on health care for our own citizens.


But freeing the sh*t out of countries is awesome! Families getting health care is bullsh*t. A person is only as valuable as their paycheck. And millions of people are worthless.
 
2013-10-14 12:12:52 PM
Contracting economy, meh.

But the tea tards are represented by about 78 congress creatures from 30 states.
That's close 20 percent of the USAians.

I say we expedite their separation and exclusion from the system they find so objectionable.
Perhaps by any means necessary.
 
2013-10-14 12:13:47 PM
I think this is why the Senate Republicans are less intransigent than their House colleagues.  They knew DeMint, and resent him deeply, even though they have similar jobs lined up for when they retire.

DeMint is also drunk on power at the moment.
 
2013-10-14 12:14:06 PM

Mugato: parasol: The one I've seen most often?
It is forcing people to buy something they "can't afford and don't want" - and it is a tax -
Tea People don't want taxes - esp for things they (see above) - rinse, repeat

Right because there are people in their right mind who think they are immortal and will never need health insurance and also don't care about their precious tax dollars going to people who get free health care through the ER and other means.

Or it could be just "fark you, I got mine",


I never thought they were in their right mind because the other objection is "invading my privacy" - as if, somehow, a visit to the ER and filing your taxes means your private information is sealed in a titanium vault with a red "top secret" seal
I once asked my mother's doctor's (staff person) what would happen to her records after she had passed. She shrugged and said "oh, after a while, we just toss our files - inactive ones, like that"
and it not like the IRS has ever been caught throwing out returns or anything.

No, they aren't quite "right"
 
2013-10-14 12:16:44 PM
A lot of my relatives who believe the Tea Party is not conservative enough have another supreme belief.  If you want something to happen like say you want to not die of the cancer that is eating you.  You just need to pray, kinda like the belief that to fix everything you just need to be more conservative.  Well if praying didnt fix the cancer, then you were not praying hard enough.

Please continue, yes, you need to move to the right.
 
2013-10-14 12:21:12 PM
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I, for one, welcome our soggy new overlords.
 
2013-10-14 12:21:55 PM
The silver lining in all this is the money these guys would put behind  primary challengers will be worthless once they cause us to default...so yeah, jokes on them amirite?
 
2013-10-14 12:22:03 PM

HotIgneous Intruder: I say we expedite their separation and exclusion from the system they find so objectionable.
Perhaps by any means necessary.


It would be nice as the debt ceiling approaches or just after it is met if Obama first stopped sending Social Security checks to states and districts first.  It would give the Teabagging congressman a chance to talk to the folks they represent about the role of government in their lives.
 
2013-10-14 12:23:15 PM

lilbjorn: Cabal of the ultra-rich who control the Tea Party now has direct control over their representatives. Fear will keep the Republicans in line. Fear of this think tank cabal.

FTFY


Courting right-wing crazies as your base who want a default vs trying to satisfy wealthy plutocrats who want to raise it again so they don't lose their shirts should be fun.
 
2013-10-14 12:23:32 PM

deeproy: [farm3.staticflickr.com image 500x376]

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i11.photobucket.com
 
2013-10-14 12:23:45 PM

orclover: Well if praying didnt fix the cancer, then you were not praying hard enough.


That sort of belief indicates a belief in a God who is a real dick. I don't see how anyone could argue that point.
 
2013-10-14 12:29:30 PM

Mugato: orclover: Well if praying didnt fix the cancer, then you were not praying hard enough.

That sort of belief indicates a belief in a God who is a real dick. I don't see how anyone could argue that point.


I think that God's got a sick sense of humor.
 
2013-10-14 12:29:53 PM

SilentStrider: Dinobot: [userserve-ak.last.fm image 400x400] 
"Direct intervention is necessary."

So in this scenario, Obama is Shepard?

I like that.


I am Cmdr Shepard and this is my favorite govt shutdown in the Citadel.
 
2013-10-14 12:35:30 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Peter von Nostrand: Except the represent all of their constituents. Not 10% of them

I think the number is a little higher then 10% or the representatives would just ignore them.


There was a study recently that showed that conservative politicians overestimated how conservative their constituency actually was.  That 10% is very, very loud.
 
2013-10-14 12:35:39 PM
What's so strange about this is that the only threat to America in this situation is the Tea Party. There was no external event or big story that resulted in this political reaction. There is no force causing this crisis except Tea Party's desire for it.
 
2013-10-14 12:35:42 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: I've never understood how representatives being in line with their constituency is a bad thing.

That is kind of what representative means.


It wouldn't be a bad thing in theory, if they weren't able to hijack the Democracy through the filibuster in the Seante and the Hastert Rule in the House which prevented everyone else being being represented.
 
2013-10-14 12:36:55 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Eddie Adams from Torrance: When I was younger it used to drive me crazy to watch the Democrats get soundly beaten by running on their most liberal ideas.

Meanwhile, the Republicans were the pragmatic ones, realizing that your platform doesn't matter at all if you can't manage to get yourself elected.

Somehow, the Democrats seemed to have learned this lesson while Republicans have gone full retard and then some.

I think we can blame the Religious Right TM for throwing the Republicans off track. You see you can't control a woman uterus if you believe in small government. You need a big government with lots and lots of power if you want to legislate morality! And in order to get that big overreaching government you need to tax the bejebus out of people to fund it.

So now you have both parties wanting to grow government and tax us. A lose-lose if you will.


I've been here long enough.  Up to this point, you've presented yourself to be smarter than this.
 
2013-10-14 12:39:20 PM

Fart_Machine: Mugato: orclover: Well if praying didnt fix the cancer, then you were not praying hard enough.

That sort of belief indicates a belief in a God who is a real dick. I don't see how anyone could argue that point.

I think that God's got a sick sense of humor.


That's a blasphemous rumor.
 
2013-10-14 12:39:28 PM
Remember when America's enemies used to dwell and conspire OUTSIDE of the USA?
 
2013-10-14 12:39:54 PM
Did Ric Romero write this piece? It's been this way for quite some time
 
2013-10-14 12:40:45 PM

Fart_Machine: Mugato: orclover: Well if praying didnt fix the cancer, then you were not praying hard enough.

That sort of belief indicates a belief in a God who is a real dick. I don't see how anyone could argue that point.

I think that God's got a sick sense of humor.



A god that created the universe and everything in it also created Harlequin-type ichthyosis and Anencephaly, so yeah.
 
2013-10-14 12:43:08 PM

odinsposse: What's so strange about this is that the only threat to America in this situation is the Tea Party. There was no external event or big story that resulted in this political reaction. There is no force causing this crisis except Tea Party's desire for it.


Well, if that RINO Romney hadn't accidentally given a sh*t about the health of poor people for a minute we wouldn't be in this mess.
 
2013-10-14 12:43:17 PM

timujin: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Peter von Nostrand: Except the represent all of their constituents. Not 10% of them

I think the number is a little higher then 10% or the representatives would just ignore them.

There was a study recently that showed that conservative politicians overestimated how conservative their constituency actually was.  That 10% is very, very loud.


There are relatively few genuine swing districts. Most seats in Congress reliably belong to one party or the other. Winning the primary means winning the seat, and primaries consist of a small number of committed individuals promoting their agenda.
 
2013-10-14 12:44:01 PM

Maud Dib: deeproy: [farm3.staticflickr.com image 500x376]

/hot

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We saw how well the current "commie" broke the hearts of all true Americans who requested President Obama to deliver a Death Star by 2016. The White House's excuse was typical, "the budget". They estimated that it would cost approximately $852,000,000,000,000,000 to build the Death Star citing a "study" by Lehigh University economics students.
 
2013-10-14 12:44:36 PM

Dinobot:  
"Direct intervention is necessary."


THERE ARE FOUR LIGHTS.
 
2013-10-14 12:45:15 PM
Mugato:

Really, serious question, what is the "given" reason for the obsession with stopping Obamacare? And don't tell me that it'll cost too much. We waste more money on defense spending on shiat that we'll never even use and foreign aid that doesn't benefit us in the least than we ever will on health care for our own citizens.

The right wing hates poor people. The right wing wants poor people to starve, suffer, and die. To them, the poor are sinners who are being punished by God with poverty. The more money you have, the more Godly you are.

Assistance programs like Social Security, Medicare, and Obamacare thwart "God's Plan" to torment and exterminate the poor. It actually keeps them alive. It dares to lessen their suffering.

And to the right wing, this is an abomination unto their God (the God that loves war but hates sex. The God that pays more attention to the rich's greed than the cries of a starving child).

ts4.mm.bing.net
 
2013-10-14 12:45:22 PM
The tank is empty.
 
2013-10-14 12:46:11 PM
There's an obvious solution to this.


Article V of the Constitution specifies that if the legislatures of two-thirds of the states petition Congress for a constitutional amendment, then Congress must call a convention for proposing amendments.

Between April 29, 1975 and January 29, 1980, 34 petitions from 30 different state legislatures were submitted to Congress on the subject of a Balanced Budget Amendment. The participating states were Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wyoming.

Since 1980, two additional state legislatures have petitioned Congress for a convention for a Balanced Budget Amendment, bringing the total number of participating states to 32.If two additional state legislatures were to petition, then the required two-thirds majority of states would be reached (34 out of 50 states), and Congress will be forced to call a Constitutional Convention.

In reality, of course, when the next state petitions, Congress will be forced to enact such an amendment themselves and send it to the states for ratification, to prevent such Constitutional Convention possibly passing to the state other popular changes to the constitution they may not like.
 
2013-10-14 12:50:34 PM
I know it might be heretical to suggest, but I have to wonder if maybe Left leaning individuals should swallow their pride and start throwing serious support and votes to the more moderate GOP candidates in red states. The principle of the lesser evil sucks, but if there's little to no chance of a Democrat victory somewhere...wouldn't you rather have the less insane Republican? And one who knows that he won because he received help from Democrats? Yes, accepting that help might hurt him some. But there has to be a point where the tradeoff is acceptable, doesn't there?

The Tea Party has been dragging the GOP further and further to the right by threatening to deny support. Maybe we could drive them more to the left by offering it?
 
2013-10-14 12:51:36 PM

Clutch2013: I've been here long enough. Up to this point, you've presented yourself to be smarter than this.


Well are you going just cast aspersions or do you have something useful to say?

Do you really want to debate that the Religious Right has had a hold on the old GOP?
How about debating that the RR doesn't want to control morality though legislation?
Oh wait, you think that the RR doesn't want more control!!

Both the RR and the modern day progressive Democrat have one thing in common, they believe they are better than you. You've seen it in this thread "morons" "they don't know what they are doing" "too stupid to know what is best for them". This leads to needing a large government to protect people from themselves, and trust me you need a really really big and intrusive government to protect someone from themselves.

I'd rather have a laissez faire Democrat in power than a RR Republican any day of the week. But right now we don't have that option.
 
2013-10-14 12:52:31 PM

SwiftFox: There's an obvious solution to this.


Article V of the Constitution specifies that if the legislatures of two-thirds of the states petition Congress for a constitutional amendment, then Congress must call a convention for proposing amendments.

Between April 29, 1975 and January 29, 1980, 34 petitions from 30 different state legislatures were submitted to Congress on the subject of a Balanced Budget Amendment. The participating states were Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wyoming.

Since 1980, two additional state legislatures have petitioned Congress for a convention for a Balanced Budget Amendment, bringing the total number of participating states to 32.If two additional state legislatures were to petition, then the required two-thirds majority of states would be reached (34 out of 50 states), and Congress will be forced to call a Constitutional Convention.

In reality, of course, when the next state petitions, Congress will be forced to enact such an amendment themselves and send it to the states for ratification, to prevent such Constitutional Convention possibly passing to the state other popular changes to the constitution they may not like.


In any event, I'm not sure this is the best political environment in which to attempt adopting a new Constitution by consensus.
 
2013-10-14 12:53:54 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Clutch2013: I've been here long enough. Up to this point, you've presented yourself to be smarter than this.

Well are you going just cast aspersions or do you have something useful to say?

Do you really want to debate that the Religious Right has had a hold on the old GOP?
How about debating that the RR doesn't want to control morality though legislation?
Oh wait, you think that the RR doesn't want more control!!

Both the RR and the modern day progressive Democrat have one thing in common, they believe they are better than you. You've seen it in this thread "morons" "they don't know what they are doing" "too stupid to know what is best for them". This leads to needing a large government to protect people from themselves, and trust me you need a really really big and intrusive government to protect someone from themselves.

I'd rather have a laissez faire Democrat in power than a RR Republican any day of the week. But right now we don't have that option.


How about they just stop screwing me over. Let's go the completely selfish route here.
 
2013-10-14 12:54:35 PM
Turned out to be a bigger f#cking deal than thought, eh?

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2013-10-14 12:55:57 PM

GhostFish: I know it might be heretical to suggest, but I have to wonder if maybe Left leaning individuals should swallow their pride and start throwing serious support and votes to the more moderate GOP candidates in red states. The principle of the lesser evil sucks, but if there's little to no chance of a Democrat victory somewhere...wouldn't you rather have the less insane Republican? And one who knows that he won because he received help from Democrats? Yes, accepting that help might hurt him some. But there has to be a point where the tradeoff is acceptable, doesn't there?

The Tea Party has been dragging the GOP further and further to the right by threatening to deny support. Maybe we could drive them more to the left by offering it?


I dunno....I'm wondering just how ,inch damage the GOP can do to itself and survive. This shut down was bad enough, but if the tea party actually causes a default the damage to the republican brand could be a fatal wound they'll never recover from. It's almost worth dealing with the world wide economic disaster to see the GOP finally ended as a viable political party.

Almost.
 
2013-10-14 12:57:45 PM
The government shutdown, Needham insisted, was a step on "a path to electoral success."

I'm so glad the Heritage Foundation has this country's best interest at heart.

/Congress passed Obamacare
 
2013-10-14 12:57:51 PM

HotWingConspiracy: Nabb1: The more you tighten your grip, the more voters will slip through your fingers.

/Really? No one got to this before now?

These guys get it

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The .38 Special?
 
2013-10-14 12:58:08 PM

Lord_Baull: Fart_Machine: Mugato: orclover: Well if praying didnt fix the cancer, then you were not praying hard enough.

That sort of belief indicates a belief in a God who is a real dick. I don't see how anyone could argue that point.

I think that God's got a sick sense of humor.


A god that created the universe and everything in it also created Harlequin-type ichthyosis and Anencephaly, so yeah.


Think of a 85 year old woman.  Small, decrepit, pious.  Picture her on her knees, hands together praying, hard, out loud.  Praying for god to give that false prophet lying Muslim traitor who has kidnapped this country terminal cancer.  Blaming herself for not praying hard enough, for believing hard enough and letting the country down because it hasn't happened yet.  But she will keep trying, because she cant let her country down

Texas has a level of crazy that not many of you would understand.
 
2013-10-14 01:02:58 PM

TV's Vinnie: The right wing hates poor people. The right wing wants poor people to starve, suffer, and die.


I think this is a bit hyperbolic, and ignores the more benevolent if misguided goals of the GOP.
They don't want the poor to starve, suffer, and die. They just don't want the state to play such a large role in preventing it.
They want the poor to find support through the charity of their local churches and communities, where they'll supposedly learn to be better people and improve their lives through learning to depend on God rather than the state. And they believe that the state should help promote that, rather than cutting out God as the middleman.

It's all horribly misguided and not supported by the numbers, history, or Constitutional law.
But casting them as cruel monsters isn't going to help anything.

There are some Randian elements who probably do think along lines close to what you suggest. But they aren't representative of the whole right-wing. They've just worked their way to the top and to higher visibility by way of their sociopathic philosophy. If you're going to attack anyone, attack them. The rest of the right needs to see that these people have more in common with LaVeyan Satanism than Christianity.
 
2013-10-14 01:04:49 PM

orclover: Lord_Baull: Fart_Machine: Mugato: orclover: Well if praying didnt fix the cancer, then you were not praying hard enough.

That sort of belief indicates a belief in a God who is a real dick. I don't see how anyone could argue that point.

I think that God's got a sick sense of humor.


A god that created the universe and everything in it also created Harlequin-type ichthyosis and Anencephaly, so yeah.

Think of a 85 year old woman.  Small, decrepit, pious.  Picture her on her knees, hands together praying, hard, out loud.  Praying for god to give that false prophet lying Muslim traitor who has kidnapped this country terminal cancer.  Blaming herself for not praying hard enough, for believing hard enough and letting the country down because it hasn't happened yet.  But she will keep trying, because she cant let her country down

Texas has a level of crazy that not many of you would understand.


Visit rural Oregon sometime (especially southwestern Oregon)....  It's a different world.  We may be plenty blue along I-5, but once you're out of there, holy crap.

//It's not just the meth...
 
2013-10-14 01:05:39 PM

GhostFish: I know it might be heretical to suggest, but I have to wonder if maybe Left leaning individuals should swallow their pride and start throwing serious support and votes to the more moderate GOP candidates in red states. The principle of the lesser evil sucks, but if there's little to no chance of a Democrat victory somewhere...wouldn't you rather have the less insane Republican? And one who knows that he won because he received help from Democrats? Yes, accepting that help might hurt him some. But there has to be a point where the tradeoff is acceptable, doesn't there?

The Tea Party has been dragging the GOP further and further to the right by threatening to deny support. Maybe we could drive them more to the left by offering it?



The moderate Republicans are being primaried out of running for office by the Teabaggers; if you aren't registered as a Republican in most states you can't vote in their primary, so by the time the general election rolls around the choice is either a nutball crazy Teabagger or the Democrat opponent, sometimes an unknown Independent too. There are few moderate Republicans left in Congress.
 
2013-10-14 01:06:22 PM

GhostFish: I know it might be heretical to suggest, but I have to wonder if maybe Left leaning individuals should swallow their pride and start throwing serious support and votes to the more moderate GOP candidates in red states. The principle of the lesser evil sucks, but if there's little to no chance of a Democrat victory somewhere...wouldn't you rather have the less insane Republican? And one who knows that he won because he received help from Democrats? Yes, accepting that help might hurt him some. But there has to be a point where the tradeoff is acceptable, doesn't there?

The Tea Party has been dragging the GOP further and further to the right by threatening to deny support. Maybe we could drive them more to the left by offering it?



Typical GOP solution: let the Dems fix the problems we created.
 
2013-10-14 01:07:01 PM

GhostFish: TV's Vinnie: The right wing hates poor people. The right wing wants poor people to starve, suffer, and die.

I think this is a bit hyperbolic, and ignores the more benevolent if misguided goals of the GOP.
They don't want the poor to starve, suffer, and die. They just don't want the state to play such a large role in preventing it.
They want the poor to find support through the charity of their local churches and communities, where they'll supposedly learn to be better people and improve their lives through learning to depend on God rather than the state. And they believe that the state should help promote that, rather than cutting out God as the middleman.

It's all horribly misguided and not supported by the numbers, history, or Constitutional law.
But casting them as cruel monsters isn't going to help anything.

There are some Randian elements who probably do think along lines close to what you suggest. But they aren't representative of the whole right-wing. They've just worked their way to the top and to higher visibility by way of their sociopathic philosophy. If you're going to attack anyone, attack them. The rest of the right needs to see that these people have more in common with LaVeyan Satanism than Christianity.


No, I think its fair to characterize the GOP goals and idology as monsterous. They want to turn this country into a theocracy and force us to worship their gods. I'd call that pretty monsterous. ESP since theocracies tend to do very bad things to unbelievers and heretics.
 
2013-10-14 01:08:55 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: I'm so glad the Heritage Foundation has this country's best interest at heart.

/Congress passed Obamacare


You find me one politician that doesn't think that them winning isn't good for the country and I'll see that quote as a negative.

Everyone thinks they are on the correct side! It's isn't a Joss Whedon tv show! People on the whole do not do evil just for the sake of doing evil. Haven't you heard "The road to hell is paved with good intentions"? I really think that the President and the Democrats thought that the ACA would be a good thing. And believe it or not there is some good stuff in there. But by the time we cobbled it all together it became a monster that needs to be put down.
 
2013-10-14 01:08:58 PM

Mugato: orclover: Well if praying didnt fix the cancer, then you were not praying hard enough.

That sort of belief indicates a belief in a God who is a real dick. I don't see how anyone could argue that point.


Man creates God in his own image.
 
2013-10-14 01:09:25 PM

Dusk-You-n-Me: [i.imgur.com image 614x383]


I wondered why that chart seemed to show an opposite trend  to most other charts, then I saw "Heritage Foundation" at the bottom.  Ah.
 
2013-10-14 01:10:03 PM
images1.dailykos.com
 
2013-10-14 01:10:41 PM
It's the internet's fault.

It's now too easy for someone to fire up their eMachine and open up AOL and find their Congressperson's email and take virtual crayon in fist to bleat "Yew's gonna get piemarried if'n Fartbongocare interferes with my SSI Disability."

I'm not blaming the email writer, but the craven cowards who fire up the Confirmation Bias 5000 and say "See!! This person is saying what *everyone* is saying, and, I have a nice house and need my paycheck, so, nation be damned!"
 
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