Either way, this "WE WILL NOT NEGOTIATE WITH YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE TERRORISTS" business the Left is spouting, is literally going to kill me. Fucking. Do. Something.
I'm still feeling slightly on the "this was already passed, c'mon don't be a dick with the last minute 'we're not funding this'" side.
Yes, I know, I'm being one-sided about all this, but I think I'm entitled to be a little pissed off right now.
I mean, if you think about it. A bill that was passed already, something that should really be setting it in stone as "argument over", being basically reduced to a "we're not doing it" "make me", which forces the other side to deny it because, like you said, if democrats bend on this position chances are this could happen again next time around, which could lead to more bullshit complications in politics. Feels a little desperate.
You know me, i'm the first to go all out on the problems of current systems in place, but looking within the system. It looks like republicans are mostly to blame, this isn't exactly the expected tradition within politics, and through "representing", they're fucking everyone over.
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I mean really, this isn't even the republicans representing the conservative voters, more just moderate republicans not willing to grow some and tell the hardline tea-partiers to "stop ruining everything, jesus".
A majority of US citizens actually disapprove of the ACA.
Polls are funny that way.
At this point I don't know what republicans are fighting for because Obama already won the election, and can't be reelected.
ride the chill drain
wait your turn bro, you can fuck shit up too later everybody fucks shit up in someone's eyes