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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

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    Great news, US Rep. Rogers (none / 0) (#1)
    by Corinthian Scales on Wed Jul 25, 2012 at 05:57:15 PM EST
    I agree.  It is way past time that the Progressive Woodrow Wilson printing press had a microscope shoved up its Keynesian economics ass.  Thank you for your vote.  Now, as to why it has taken congresscritters sent to DC, such as yourself, so long to do so is a conversation for folk working the polls, or for others thinking a primary challenge is a merited idea for dealing with elected class suffering from incumbentitis.

    Hey!  Now that you have brought up "debt conversation" with the following statement:

    The only thing that we know for sure is that the United States remains in a fiscal crisis with $15.5 trillion in national debt and the fourth-straight year of $1 trillion-plus budget deficits.

    Perhaps, US Rep. Rogers, or staffer (that you, Andy?), maybe you can explain to your constituency, along with others like myself, why a House Republican majority keeps that crushing debt going with Continuing Budgets?  Your vote, here.

    Also, perhaps you can provide some insight on your position with the funding of ObamaCare?

    It is already making its way through the interweb that Speaker Tammy Faye Boehner is laying groundwork for a spending flip-flop on all those repeal PPACA votes.

    At his press conference on Tuesday, CNSNews.com asked Boehner, "In whatever legislation funds the government after Sept. 30, will House Republicans permit funding for the Affordable Care Act?"

    Boehner said, "I expect that we'll have an agreement with the Senate on a CR [continuing resolution]. As you all know, CR's do contain some changes but usually not many changes.  And considering that we've been fighting--the House has voted now 33 times to defund, to repeal and change Obamacare.  Actually, about seven or eight of those votes have become laws, so there have been changes."

    "But our goal would be to make sure the government is funded and any political talk of a government shutdown is put to rest," said Boehner.

    Sounds like a door is being left open for state implemented RomneyCare following the November election to me.  Romney says he will repeal PPACA, so why would House Republicans even come close to suggest any funding for it?  I asked for the same clarification from Rep. Benishek, but while waiting for his or Raffi's reply, I would appreciate your input on ObamaCare funding too.

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