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    Re: Top Sen. Republican: deal very close on default

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    So what you happen to want as an individual is exactly what the Republican Party wants? Way to think for yourself. Heck even the Repubilican party is a divided house on many issues.
    I'm not a believer in compromise. I am definitely not a believer in raising taxes. Especially when I could take a chainsaw to all the waste in the budget. The Tea Partiers should have forced the Republican Party to stay true. They and the party at large both failed, and it will be very difficult for me to vote for their Party again.

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    But I'm curious what exactly would you play chicken with, or do in another way, to get what you want.
    What do I want to get?.... I want to see the Cosmic Reset Button pressed on this country. We've had two major wars fought over this country. The People won the first one and lost the second one. I'm hoping to live to see the rubber match which will either be a nationwide enema for this country or the end of its meaningful days.

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    Re: Top Sen. Republican: deal very close on default

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger View Post
    I'm not a believer in compromise. I am definitely not a believer in raising taxes. Especially when I could take a chainsaw to all the waste in the budget. The Tea Partiers should have forced the Republican Party to stay true. They and the party at large both failed, and it will be very difficult for me to vote for their Party again.



    What do I want to get?.... I want to see the Cosmic Reset Button pressed on this country. We've had two major wars fought over this country. The People won the first one and lost the second one. I'm hoping to live to see the rubber match which will either be a nationwide enema for this country or the end of its meaningful days.
    The cosmic reset button, are you that out of touch with reality or just trolling? There's no reset button, the past cannot be erased there's no going back to the way thing were the world permanently changes every second of every day, in minor ways but each day brings millions of changes that cannot be undone.

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    Re: Top Sen. Republican: deal very close on default

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiseone View Post
    The cosmic reset button, are you that out of touch with reality or just trolling? There's no reset button, the past cannot be erased there's no going back to the way thing were the world permanently changes every second of every day, in minor ways but each day brings millions of changes that cannot be undone.
    I don't troll and I don't ever say something I don't believe, Wiseone. I believe this country needs to have the slate wiped clean and start over from scratch, or this nation is doomed to fall under the weight of its own hubris and immorality just like the Roman Empire did.

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