Why can't anyone explain what the HoR is offering in this "negotiation"?

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    Re: Why can't anyone explain what the HoR is offering in this

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

    In response to StalkingButler's comment:
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    [QUOTE]They aren't offering anything, therefore there is nothing to "negotiate".  Further, real negotiations require that the participants act in good faith.  We've seen this tactic deployed by the GOP before.  They did it with the debt ceiling and other instances.  the GOP has recognized that it cannot get certain legislative priorities they want through the legislative process, so they have actively obstructed legislation, appointments, and budgets using each as leverage to extract political gains.  Hence the "hostage taking" rhetoric that everyone recognizes is apt and very accurate.  18 times the House refused to convene a committee with the Senate to negotiate budget matters, then all of a sudden with a couple hours to spare Boehner is open to meeting?  Nevermind that meeting would have nothing to do with the CR that was on the table.  The House GOP acts in bad faith, and Boehner is powerless to stand against his outlaw group of tea party members, so even then we know the "negotiations" would go nowhere.  this is the logical result of electing people who hate government, to run government.

     

     

    A.K.A. Politics.

    I am shocked, shocked, that these people in Washington are engaging in politics said the Inspector.

     

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    If you consider what the wingnuts are doing to be 'politics as usual' then that would explain your ignorance of the process and the intent that the Founding Fathers enshrined in the Constitution.

     

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    Seems like people have given you good, honest answes to your questions.  Can't help it if you are dumber than a box of rocks on this issue.

     
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    Re: Why can't anyone explain what the HoR is offering in this

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    They now admit that they want nothing but leverage in the debt ceiling fight.

     
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    Re: Why can't anyone explain what the HoR is offering in this

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    And still not one poster can answer the question:

    What are the wingnuts offering in this 'negotiation'?

    What are they willing to concede in order to pass a funding bill?

     

    "Bueller?....Bueller?...anyone?



    There are several good answers to your question.  Can't help it if you are thicker than two planks nailed together.

     

    You keep this up and I am going to run out of metaphors for your lack of understanding.

     
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    Re: Why can't anyone explain what the HoR is offering in this

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    There are several good answers to your question.



    Which you failed to provide. Take four immodium and lock yourself in the bathroom before you foul these forums up any frather.

     
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