Skip to comments.House Republicans Follow Through With School Choice, While Democrats Protect Unions
Posted on 04/02/2011 6:29:49 PM PDT by PROCON
Its budget time again. And Democrats are once again taking down and dusting off all their human shields and straw people, in order to convince those Americans, who are still unable to think for themselves, that they will die if the government doesnt provide them with every form of aid from the day of their birth.
So far we have the Obama administration declaring that at least 70,000 children will die if the Republicans pass their spending cuts. No hyperlink to the authoritative study on how they came up with this number because, well, there is none. But, if children could be endangered in any way due to a cut in a program, could we skip the farm subsidies so that we can still make sure kids dont die if we can help it? Make a note of that.
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I've been seeing this lying dim $hit for the past 20-30 years, the dims definately have the "ignorant" vote!
You vote democrat, and you vote for unions...as in Soviet Union.
DC doesn’t deserve school choice. Those people vote 90% or more for the same anti-school choice Democrats year after year, let them enjoy the results of those votes. The House GOP should instead disallow DC from withholding union dues from city employees’ paychecks. That’d be a far more effective measure.
Yep, what an amazing time this poor country is going through!!
I hope we can pull some of the dims heads outta their @$$es in 2012 and get the adults back in charge...
There, fixed it.
Oh really. . . Is this the same "budget" that the RAT controlled Congress was supposed to pass in October of 2010?
I hate these scum-bags more each day!
I am all for vouchers taking the place of spending on public schools however I am more than a little disappointed at the House and Obama-care. Repealing Obama-care was a major promise and now the house leadership considers their job done with a DOA bill repealing Obama-care. As Bachmann pointed out, they are not even keeping their promise to defund Obama-care.
What should they have done? They should have passed a second bill that allows individual states to completely opt out of Obama-care and requires each state to be revenue/spending neutral on the provisions if they do not. That would be a stronger weapon to use rather than passing the full repeal in one house and then walking away.
No reason for the States to send 1 dollar to the feds and get 10 cents back..
The waste is legendary.. not to speak of obscene.. and parasitical.. probably seditious..
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