Breaking News: House Republicans Voting Tonight to force a Government Shutdown

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    Re: Breaking News: House Republicans Voting Tonight to force a Government Shutdown

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    With 2 days until the government runs out of money, House Republicans have made their choice. They’re voting TONIGHT to force a government shutdown unless they get a one-year delay of Obamacare.

    President Obama has made it clear. He will not stand for an one, two or three year delay of Obamacare just to satisfy Ted Cruz and the Tea Party Republicans.

    The GOP are acting exactly like extortionists right now. The party of supposed fiscal conservatism is quite willing to wreck our economy to get what they want.



    Is this your example of Obama working with the republicans?

     
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    Re: Breaking News: House Republicans Voting Tonight to force a Government Shutdown

    In response to skeeter20's comment:

    In response to andiejen's comment:

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    With 2 days until the government runs out of money, House Republicans have made their choice. They’re voting TONIGHT to force a government shutdown unless they get a one-year delay of Obamacare.

    President Obama has made it clear. He will not stand for an one, two or three year delay of Obamacare just to satisfy Ted Cruz and the Tea Party Republicans.

    The GOP are acting exactly like extortionists right now. The party of supposed fiscal conservatism is quite willing to wreck our economy to get what they want.

     



    Is this your example of Obama working with the republicans?

     

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    "The full consequences of a default by the United States — or even the serious prospect of a default — by the United States are impossible to predict and awesome to contemplate. Denigration of the full faith and credit of the United States would have substantial effects on the domestic financial markets and the value of the dollar in exchange markets."

    Do you know who the author of this letter was? 

     
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