Skip to comments.GOP senators introduce bill to permanently end government shutdowns
Posted on 01/11/2019 10:42:13 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
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They could try passing actual budgets instead of infinite continuing resolutions.
What is wrong with these people???
No wall, is assured a veto. If the GOP participates in the overrid, The will be primAried.
We will never have a budget again. Obama never had a budget in eight years.
In the remote chance it passes both Houses Trump should veto it.
R-epansiecans just helpin’ a brother out. That being D-lusionals
They can’t because every budget requires 60 senate votes and senators care about themselves then party. That is it.
Bush-League Republicans doing what comes naturally
These losers are really Democrats disguised as rino Republicans. They are not even good rinos!
Same mentality that led to the Corker Capitulation on Iran. Duck responsibility. Avoid hard choices.
The bus is racing over a cliff and they throw on cruise control and party in the back.
Obviously you didn’t read the article.
Never another budget, no program will ever have a budget cut. What friggin morons.
Great, a**holes. Pass a bill to automate the work you’re supposed to do so you’ll have more time to bash Trump.
How about passing a bill that says if you don’t want to do your job, you can return to your home without a paycheck.
Ok. No voice votes.
Let them all vote ON RECORD.
And lets see whos who.
Great they can just keep on spending like drunken sailors—without taking any responsibility for it.
It is important to "Republicans" (spit) that the Deep Swamp be made immortal so that it can NEVER be stopped from growing, reduced, or controlled.
That’s crazy. Get rid of the 60 senator rule so the majority is never blocked.
And a president would sign this bill? Why?
Won’t get 2/3rds anywhere to override.
Moral cowardice knows no bounds
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