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    Re: Bank nationalisation gains ground with Republicans

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Some of them supported that bailout.
    Three. From Maine and Penn.
    Seven in the house voted against. Democrats.

    I'd say this is a party-line vote.

    Obama can not use Republicans as cover.
    He and his band of Bandito's are sailing the high seas alone on this one.
    The Clintons are what happens...
    when you have NO MORAL COMPASS.

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    Re: Bank nationalisation gains ground with Republicans

    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    Three. From Maine and Penn.
    Seven in the house voted against. Democrats.

    I'd say this is a party-line vote.

    Obama can not use Republicans as cover.
    He and his band of Bandito's are sailing the high seas alone on this one.
    A good deal of Republican governors were in favor, and supported Obamaer, with the stimulus package.
    They're sorta the ones in the worst of shape.
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    Re: Bank nationalisation gains ground with Republicans

    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Enemy View Post
    A good deal of Republican governors were in favor, and supported Obamaer, with the stimulus package.
    They're sorta the ones in the worst of shape.
    That isn't going to make a TV ad. It won't sell.
    This is Obama's and his Demokrat Amerikanski Bandito's.


    Governors don't record a vote to redistribute a trillion dollars of tax payer money.
    Those Governors in favor are pigs at the trough.
    The Clintons are what happens...
    when you have NO MORAL COMPASS.

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    Re: Bank nationalisation gains ground with Republicans

    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    That isn't going to make a TV ad. It won't sell.
    This is Obama's and his Demokrat Amerikanski Bandito's.


    Governors don't record a vote to redistribute a trillion dollars of tax payer money.
    Those Governors in favor are pigs at the trough.
    Well said, well said.
    Now I'll go back to my crazy-house, as I feel as if I am the only non-schizophrenic individual in my country.
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    Re: Bank nationalisation gains ground with Republicans

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    With that kind of reaction it kinds of makes me wonder if the democrats and republicans have a powershare agreement in order to keep out 3rd parties. Basically they agree to take turns holding power and in order to put the other side in power they drive the voters to vote for the other side when it is the other sides turn for power.
    They do have a power share agreement. It is detailed pretty well in the book "No Debate". Check it out some time it is very enlightening.
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