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Congress Reaches Budget Deal To Keep The Government Open Until September

1st May 2017

Read it.

A more accurate headline would be ‘Republicans in Congress, Despite Having Won the Election, Agree to Keep Funding Democrat Programs Like the Quislings They Are’.

Rush Limbaugh summed it up on his program today. ‘What’s the use of even voting Republican? We won the House, we won the Senate, we won the Presidency, and they’re all acting as if we lost. Planned Parenthood is funded, sanctuary cities are funded, Obamacare is still hanging around our necks, and the only thing that didn’t get funded was the Wall. I keep waiting for these guys to do something Republican and it doesn’t happen.’

3 Responses to “Congress Reaches Budget Deal To Keep The Government Open Until September”

  1. Elganned Says:

    Maybe being a Republican doesn’t equate to being a reactionary redneck Luddite like some people might think given the knuckle-dragging bloviating in the right wing media, Rush being a perfect example.

  2. RealRick Says:

    Congress has become the most putrid cesspool outside of a Michigan public water system. The only difference between Congress and Sodom is that there is no Lot worth saving. Most of the Republicans are just RINOs; some don’t even have enough rationality left for them to meet a political definition. It’s one big herd of pigs feeding at the public trough.

    As much as I despise the communists (even when they publicly claim the party is Democratic), the Republicans are no better. This latest embarassment is completely predictable

  3. Tim of Angle Says:

    But being a Democrat certainly does equate to being a corrupt degenerate narcissist as most people can see given the irrational hysteria in the left wing media, which is all of them.

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