Good ole House of Representatives. Barren and incompetent leardership comes to mind.
What a flocking disaster this bill is. Just once, once mind you, do you think they could pass a bill that only addresses the immediate issue without loading all kinds of crap on it. And we wonder why we have a spending problem. Jesus H., how can anyone be partisan one way or the other anymore. The whole lot of them deserves condemnation. Everyone last one. This is a sin. We deserve what we get and it's coming. This problem will fix itself if they don't.
Ouch! That must have been around the same time he said Bush was irresponsible and unpatriotic for running a $400B deficit.
You know why? Because they KNOW the federal government will bail them out with such a disaster that garners such national attention. That was the lesson of Katrina. Sit back and let disasters happen. I'm not commenting on whether that's a good idea or not from a state's perspective, but the fact is, it's true that states have zero incentive to spend millions or billions to protect themselves.
Look, of COURSE Christie and King have to start raising heck. If they didn't, it would be political suicide.
The GOP is going to kick Christie out of the party for being too nonpartisan if he's not careful.
This just proves that the GOP supporters do not put country first.Originally Posted by Brohan
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