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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Dragoon68, May 15, 2008.
House passes election-year farm bill
Shame on the Republicans for providing the margin to make it a veto proof majority.
Shame on democrats for writing the legislation, bringing it to a vote, and for voting for it in such huge numbers.
More money for the big time farmers, millionaire farmers that is.
It's Oink, not Onk.
Unfortunately, the Rs of today make the Ds of the mid 20th century look like hard-core conservatives.
Or am I the only one who has noticed that "political compromise" is never really COMPROMISE (I yield a little, you yield a little), but always the conservative doing the yielding?
Any other explanation for the base line distinguishing "LIBERAL" & "CONSERVATIVE" constantly shifting leftward?l
"Compromise" and "working together" always means the conservatives give in to the left. When the conservatives use those those same words, they're called biggots, controversial, partisian, and worse. Yeah, I've noticed it, too.
I'm so sorry for the spelling error. Pig language is just is not a language I've studied very much! However, I do know what pork in federal spending means. It means "tax, tax, tax" and that's probably what "oink, oink, oink" means among the pigs that demand it and those that give it.
Simple solution, dismantle the Republican party and start over.
Simple solution, dismantle the Democratic party and start over.