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  1. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    Not long ago, Paul Ryan was taking credit for it, but that must have just been first take rehearsal?

  2. Respectful Troll

    Respectful Troll said, almost 4 years ago

    I prefer adventure movies where the heroes win in the end. Real life is scarey enough, why pay money to be terrified and made to feel bad when politicians take money out of my pocket to give me REAL things that scare me and make me feel bad?

  3. rickf1968

    rickf1968 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    Wake up America!
    If Democrats take over the House and Senate in two years this nation will never be the same… Home of the proud land of the free.. How can we be proud and free if all we want is handouts and freebies? This country became great by working hard not sitting around expecting goverment to support us… Taxation w/o representation…

  4. dapperdan61

    dapperdan61 GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    We need both the House & Senate in Democrat hands. The GOP & tea partiers are going to push our economy off a cliff damn the consequences of sequester budget cuts. We will then see a depression unlike any other since the 30’s. The best way to pay down debt is to grow the economy not slicing & dicing until everyone is out of work.

  5. disgustedtaxpayer

    disgustedtaxpayer said, almost 4 years ago

    IMO, this last week of February, 2013, features the TAG-TEAM of Obama and the congressional Democrats, versus the Boehner GOP in the House, where new taxes must originate.
    -Obama goes on global TV and accuses the GOP of harming most Americans by refusing to do another tax hike. The congressional Democrats follow for a 1-2 punch…
    … … 2/20/13 by Mike Lillis…excerpt=
    “Echoing President Obama, the Democrats are warning of the dire effects those automatic cuts would have on jobs and the nascent economic recovery.

    “They’re hoping the lull of this week’s congressional recess will attract attention to the Republicans’ stated willingness to allow the sequester to take effect on March 1 rather than SUBMIT TO NEW TAX REVENUES, as the Democrats are demanding.

    “Speaker [John] Boehner should call the Congress back into session [and] we should act to prevent this self-inflicted loss of three-quarters of a million jobs,” Rep. Rob Andrews (D-N.J.) said in a phone call with reporters.

    “Being on recess during this period is absolutely absurd,”echoed Rep. Bobby Scott (D-Va.).

    “The Democrats repeatedly blamed House Republicans for leaving town, but DID NOT MENTION that Senate Democratic leaders have also kept to this week’s scheduled recess.”

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    (IMO a new Dirty Trick by Democrats to coerce GOP compliance with MORE TAXES AND MORE SPENDING and an avoidance of real dollar cuts from total spending which is the best solution to turn away from US government collapse from Monopoly Money and a DEBT that will put it out of existence)

  6. josefw

    josefw said, almost 4 years ago

    Your problem is Harleyquinn is correct! Your the type with that “tingly feeling running up and down your leg” every time Obama’s name is mentioned.

  7. josefw

    josefw said, almost 4 years ago


    Kool ade drinker.

    Sequestration cuts are slated to reduce government spending by around $1 trillion over 10 years—largely from defense and other discretionary spending. Those are some of the most commonly cited figures. But it’s also true that under current law, discretionary spending is still slated to increase by around $110 billion over the next decade, as Paul Gregory, an economist at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, pointed out this week at

  8. Uncle Joe

    Uncle Joe GoComics PRO Member said, almost 4 years ago

    Boehner & Obama must be reading these comments & taking them as inspiration. Otherwise, they would sit down & have a grown up conversation.

    Taxes are at a post WWII low as a portion of GDP. That needs to come up in the long run. We should cut back on discretionary spending, including military in the long run as well.

  9. The Wolf In Your Midst

    The Wolf In Your Midst said, almost 4 years ago

    That hatchet is much too precise a tool to represent the cuts of the sequester. It should be a shotgun… or better yet, a blunderbuss.

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