He also noted that Democrats used the maneuver 49 times in the following Congress, which they controlled.
Quote:Two very important things to keep in mind here, as well as the fact that "they did it first" doesn't cut it. It's been the cry of you and Goodwrench here for quite some time now, and it's (as with most of your attempts) purile first-grade immaturity.
Nothing - nothing - approaches the sheer scale of this trillion-dollar government takeover of health care
Take Back the Republican Party wrote:From the Mann article mentioned in the article you posted:
Were this "Slaughter Solution"...not portrayed as some new, sinister plot
Quote:While the rule has been used a lot over the past few years, it has not been used in this way. But you would rather dumb everything down and claim arguing against it is extreme.
It is a new twist (like the use of reconciliation to approve changes to the underlying bill negotiated by House and Senate leaders) to an old and perfectly legitimate parliamentary tool.
Quote:More weak insults on your part, showing how much you fall into the repetition of these claims from the progressive media.
Fcukem. The GOP brought this scrutiny upon themselves. They can't help it...their de facto Leader is a drug-addled radio personality. They are indeed lost.
Misinformation Peddler wrote:
Republicans Ram Patriot Act and Other Controversial Bills Through the House
Worthy of noting is that late reports are the House passed a rule essentially saying that the bill to have been actually passed in it's original form before an amendment bill could be passed (novel idea).
While it looks like the Drier Solution will actually get this bill infringing our constitutional rights passed, I'd simply like to see what people have to say about the whole thing. Seems to me that they're all (Republicans) trying to come up with any way possible to ram this atrocity through before they lose their overwhelming majority in November.
Mike Demo (Civic Eater) wrote:QFT.
This being why many of those a$$clowns were rightfully voted out of office. It does not make it right in this case because they have "done it before" I remember many times when I was a kid and my younger brother would do something and get in trouble. His answer was "but mike did it". guess what, my dad didn't give a rats a$$. I do not agree with either party using this policy, especially since it is molding rules to fit your current situation.
The fast is it is wrong either way. Especially when you consider the current situation and the impact it is going to make on our future. Lets leave the dumb but he did it crap to elementary schools.