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Thread: Odds of a fiscal deal getting done

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    Re: Odds of a fiscal deal getting done

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    Boehner is a decent man in a bad job.

    Can you imagine Cantor as speaker? That man doesn't give a flying *&** about anyone but his financiers on Wall Street. If there was a poster child for Bought Politician, he'd be on it.

    Cantor is one of Virginia's biggest embarrassments.
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    Re: Odds of a fiscal deal getting done

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    Before the Tea Party Hijacking of the Republican Primaries, Boehner was relatively moderate, and even a leftist when you look at how far the GOP has moved to the right in the past 5 years.

    Electing Cantor as Speaker would be definitive proof the GOP doesn't give a **** about the American people.

    I wouldnt go that far now...I dont know why you even think cantor would be nominated but if he were to be it would be a reflection of what the GOP wants...not that they dont care about americans...they care about the americans that elect them same as democrats do. Two way street ..you and I agree on boehner though, hes a traditional GOP thats being vilified by the far right...the far right is failing and will fall the rest of the way...the two extremes cant rule anymore...americans dont want either of them

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