HOUSE PASSES FISCAL CLIFF BILL – With 85 Republican Votes

The US House passed the Senate’s Fiscal Cliff Bill tonight at 11:00 PM EST.
The vote was 257 in favor and 167 against the bill.

85 Republicans voted for the tax hikes. 151 Republicans voted against the bill.
Speaker Boehner voted aye.
Paul Ryan voted aye.
Majority leader Cantor voted nay.

Obama will gloat speak at 11:20 PM EST.
Update: Obama continued to lie about reducing the deficit – The Media Will No Doubt Give Him a Pass Once Again.

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  • Red

    So what happens when none of this that was passed today actually prevents us from going over the fiscal cliff? This has done nothing but raise taxes and actually increase deficit spending.

    This is insane and a sad day for this country. Good God is this what we have to look forward to for the next 4 years?

  • Freddy

    Paul Ryan voted aye.

    – end of a career as a conservative

  • http://holgerawakens.blogspot.com Holger Awakens

    And some of you wanted Ryan for the new Speaker?

  • http://teachx3sblog.wordpress.com/ TeachX3

    LIARS they are all filthy liars. Paul Ryan voted yes. Wow. Don’t I feel like a stupid dope… I bought into the hype that he was some sort of numbers guru and was ‘conservative’.

  • Oliver

    Is it just me or does it feel a lot like Nov 6 again?

  • http://! l.barney

    HA, and a family member said the “republicans” would vote against it and hold the country hostage. Any one who gave this a “yes” vote, Republican OR Democrat should not be reelected!

    Just what we all need for New Years, King O’s smirking mug in a suit on television to preen and gloat yet again while the media slobber all over him!

    IDIOTS IDIOTS, O played you all for fools. I wouldn’t trust any of these TOOLS with my time OR money!

    Brush up on your MADARIN aholes, the Chinese are gonna suck you dry!

  • http://teachx3sblog.wordpress.com/ TeachX3

    Oliver, I am so sick to my stomach right now.

  • terrence

    Republicans are the STUPID party; Democrats are the EVIL party. It NEVER changes!!!

  • http://! l.barney

    whoops, Mandarin- King O better learn it too, he’ll need it!

  • lizzy84

    This is beyond pathetic..it’s simply disgusting.

  • Oliver

    Idiots on the Right, commies on the left.
    Time to head for The Gulch.

  • PD Quig

    Don’t Boehner and McConnell ever talk? They led the GOP into a box canyon where it is all lose-lose. The deal stinks and yet there are GOP fingerprints all over it AND to top it off…OVomit and the press will still castigate the GOP because the majority voted against it.

    Stupid to the end.

    Time for a 3rd party. Things cannot get worse.

  • Jack

    Ryan voted for every big government thing Bush wanted so I’m not surprised but I am dissappointed. Why no talk of 3rd party? The repubics are stuck on stupid and always will be.

  • Oliver

    #12 PD Quig Libertarian is only true party of small government. Too bad Evangelicals will never make that leap.

  • DomesticGoddess

    This is a fantastic movie that explains the infiltration of Socialism into our country:

    https://vimeo.com/52009124

    The majority of dems and many elected Reputlicans are just useful idiots in the big picture agenda.

  • Big Al

    Amazing that the republicans gave up everything without a dime of spending cuts….cuts which will now never happen. What a disgrace. Now the gloating and victory lap from HRH.

  • Red

    The GOP needs a new Speaker and frankly, every Republican who votes “aye” needs to be primary challenged in 2014. I am sick and tired of these sans balls GOP politicians. At this point I would rather go down with a Rep. that I knew supported my beliefs. I expect a Democrat to vote for this BS. When a Republican does, what is the difference between the two parties?

    I can no longer support establishment Republicans and no longer will. They are too guttless.

  • Oliver

    Obama is on the tube right now spewing more lies about how 98% of Americans won’t see a tax increase. Problem is CBO just said 77% of all Americans will see their taxes go up under this deal.

    Gotta’ wonder how he can keep a straight face when he spews this garbage.

  • Sasja

    This is just one more nail in our Republic’s coffin but I will not stop fighting for her until the day I draw my last breath. I owe it to those who have sacrificed so much to protect our freedoms and I will not quit. But I tell you, it just seems daunting most times.

  • Mad Hatter

    It looks like 2014 will be the year of the Primary.

    It’s time to clean out the fake Conservatives once and for all.

  • donh

    SEE WHAT I HAVE BEEN SAYING ALL ALONG ABOUT PAUL RYAN ? This was a complete USURPATION of the House of Representatives by the minority Democrat Party. I am glad it passed by so many DEMOCRAT votes. TRUTH was EXPOSED tonight. Remember what Nancy Pelosi said about controlling the gavel even though she wasn’t officially majority speaker. …> http://www.theblaze.com/stories/pelosi-gaffes-in-presser-we-dont-have-the-majority-but-we-have-the-gavel-excuse-me-we-dont-have-the-gavel/

  • http://israelsurvivalupdates.com Kenny Solomon

    Check the legislation with a fine-tooth-comb for 2nd Amendment restrictions — It’ll be some benign sentence in a throw-away paragraph.

    Also, wake the he** up, because the real ‘fun’ is about to start on a state-level massive push to disarm citizens – by force.

    Illinois is up first….. In a few hours.

    Illinois State Senate Pres. Cullerton to introduce bill for near-total gun ban.

    Click the link, read it all and wake the he** up……… It’s coming…… You know…… “It”.

    Kenny Solomon
    Israel Survival Updates
    The American Survival Guide

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  • Oliver

    #17 – Red: problem is the establishment already threatened primary challenges for those who voted NO!! Which really screams: 3rd party!

  • Vicky Hernandez

    Changed my thinking on Ryan pushing out the Crying Orange Boehner. I say Bachmann, or anyone but the other “ayes” should make their move and fast!

  • owl

    #13 Don’t you dare go with the Bushbash. Enough of that stupidity. Bush did some good things.

    These idiots deserve their own special bash. As far as I am concerned, after watching politics from Eisenhower on down the line, I am more disgusted with this bunch of 2 bit politicians than ever.

    How many times have you all read my ELECTED voice rants? I became sick of these wimps about 2004 and no, I did not say Bush. I said these wimps. They make me ill.

    These stupid incompetent things have allowed Obama to run circles around them. So stupid they should never be let out. I consider it criminal.

  • Robert

    The bill is anti-marriage; $400,000 income for a single or $450,000 for a married couple.

    So, a married couple could earn an extra $350,000 if they legally split up.

    Plus, it did not originate in the House but instead was passed by “a bunch of sleep-deprived octogenarians on New Year’s Eve” in the Senate.

  • Ghost

    DIVORCE! now, while we still can
    the opportunity is closing, or, you wanna go down the toilet too?

    or, what other solution do You have?
    you think an undiluted Tea Party can take over the Republican Party?
    you don’t remember the rules changes instituted at the Convention?

    you think a Third Party will help? Really?
    -before The Crash? Collapse? Attacks?

    unless the Tea Party initiates massive Civil Disobedience, it is impotent.
    I don’t believe the Tea Party is courageous enough for that next step up.

    I recall at many Tea Party rallies several speakers would say,
    “Look behind you……there’s nobody there” referring to battle lines.
    Well, the ‘ramparts’ were breached long ago.

    after this vote, is it starting to sink in that it’s DIVORCE or Doom?!
    you wanna go down with them? save part of America or lose it all, Everything.

    SEPARATE. FLEE.

    start putting pressure on your local/State leaders. make alliances across State boundaries, we better start now

  • Robert

    So Obama will double the deficit before he leaves office.

    Happy effin New Year.

  • owl

    I don’t want Cantor or Ryan. I have been shouting that Boehner must go for an entire YEAR.

    Give me a MOUTH with a BACKBONE. Give me a Gordy.

    Boehner is as bad in his way as Pelosi.

  • lizzy84

    Paul Ryan…you have disgraced yourself.

  • Jim

    To the 85 so called Republicans who voted for this abomination; You F*&KING COWARDS!!!!

    Yeah, especially you Paul Ryan!!!

  • Votemout2012

    Paul Ryan is a hugh disappointment. I’m Not voting republican unless proven conservative. What does it matter if dems get control of the house? Republicans are voting like the dems. Sad :(

  • greenfairie

    Obama got what he wanted. More taxes, no real cuts, and a civil war within the Republican Party.

    I used to think the Clintons sold their souls to the devil. I’m beginning to believe they were outbid by Obama.

  • cavt

    Oh well–idiot GOP should have just walked away and not been any part of a tax increase but as is now common with most of them, they gave in. The dictator will probably gloat and say how bi-partisan this all is now–good work GOP. All GOP pols who have now given the dictator shelter should just change parties–become blue dog dems(no better than a regular dem but pretend to be.) How is Ryan going to explain this? Agree with Ghost–let them have the big govt, rino/dem country they want and we’ll take a constitution based one.

  • Hugh

    Who are the 85? Names please. They are finished. Ryan can go pound sand. Clean house people. Time for a massive RINO hunt. . . Libertarian Party, here I come!

  • Buffalobob

    bama also said he now can turn to gun control and global warming/climate change.

  • Red

    #24 … Whatever it takes.

    The Establishment GOP does not have the guts to primary challenge those principled Republicans who voted nay and are actually voting with the Republican base. I dare them.

    Enough is enough. The only reason why the GOP, Boehner, Ryan, etc are in power is because the Tea Party made the GOP the majority in 2010. Ever since then the GOP establishment has acted as if they are the ones that did it all. They benefited from “We the People”.

    What was given can easily be taken away. The GOP is providing no reason to actually vote for them anymore. They were elected to stop Obama and Democrats, not vote with them and raise taxes. Obama already had an ego, now the actions of the GOP leadership has merely made them his “biotch”.

    We have not even got to Obama’s second term yet. God I hope I recognize my country in 4 years.

  • Patty
  • Patty

    According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, the measure would increase the national debt by $4 trillion over the next decade than if all of the tax hikes and scheduled automatic spending cuts had been allowed to kick in.

    Five Senate Republicans also rejected the measure, including tea party favorites Rand Paul (Ky.), Mike Lee (Utah) and Marco Rubio (Fla.), a potential contender for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. But 40 others voted for it, including such GOP leaders on tax-and-spending policy as Sen. Patrick J. Toomey (Pa.) and Ronald H. Johnson (Wis.), a tea party star who frequently consults with conservatives in the House.

  • shadow

    So what happens when none of this that was passed today actually prevents us from going over the fiscal cliff?

    You might want to read this:
    http://bonds.about.com/od/Issues-in-the-News/a/What-Is-The-Fiscal-Cliff.htm

  • Red

    #36 here ya go.

    http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2012/roll659.xml

    The Dems are in italics, GOP reg print.

  • Patty

    “This vote is a very clear indicator that Republicans are not running Washington, D.C., that Democrats are still in charge and we’ve still got a lot of work to do,” said GOP Rep. Kristi Noem of South Dakota, who represented the historic freshman class as one of its two leadership representatives in the 112th Congress.

    http://www.rollcall.com/news/fiscal_cliff_deal_limps_across_finish_line_in_house-220463-1.html?pos=hln

  • Robert

    Hollywood gets tax cuts, while pacemakers, catheters, and medical scanners are taxed extra, and we are subsidizing the production of rum.

  • Patty

    *HOUSE REPUBLICANS ABANDON EFFORT TO ADD SPENDING CUTS TO BILL

    It appears everyone grows tired of the pantomime, even the main actors. Well that was fun while it lasted…

    Is this how Boehner feels?

    GO TO VIDEO: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-01-01/house-republicans-fold

  • Patty

    #44 January 1, 2013 at 10:52 pm
    Robert commented:

    it blows your mind.

  • Patty
  • Robert

    Now, because technically the Bush tax cuts were expired,
    they will present this as a $4 Trillion tax cut. In actuality,
    the taxes were not cut.

    The media will go along with this.

  • King

    I will no longer support in any way the GOP. Time for a new party. The Republican party is filled to the brim with big government progressives. Traitors to the constitution. The citizens no longer have representation. We live in a tyranny.

  • Mike

    Paul Ryan talks a conservative game but too often when it comes time to vote, whether it’s on this issue or bailout mania, he votes for big government.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg
  • minionoftruth

    How many neocons will support Feinscvnt’s gun ban/confiscation? Scared yet?

  • shadow

    So, a married couple could earn an extra $350,000 if they legally split up.

    Assuming they both have salaries in excess of $400,000.

  • retire05

    For all you Texans out there: only four of the Texas Republican delegation voted for this atrocity; Kevin Brady, Lamar Smith, Thornberry and Sessions.

    You know who to primary in 2014.

  • Rightdawg

    Time for a third-party movement. The Republican Party is too entrenched to be changed en masse by “purging” the party. We need a clear alternative with a distinctive voice. A true conservative party will lose many battles in the early stages of organization, but will win the war in the long-run. Many Tea Party members were right; they would rather see Obama as president than to be betrayed yet again by RINOs like Romney and Ryan. What is Ryan’s excuse for his “yes” vote tonight? What is Ryan’s excuse for all the “yes” votes for George Bush’s massive expansion of government spending? These RINOs play conservatives for fools because they know they can. Time to stop taking it and bring the fight to them by voting them out of office. Conservatives can win, but it will take discipline, organization, and “get out the vote” efforts. My heart bleeds to see America die by a thousand cuts.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg
  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    What a hoax the Romney-Ryan ticket was. As big a hoax as bin Obama-Biden.

    ‘… Although America ’s economic crisis is not rocket science, the media and politicians have done a good job of keeping the truth hidden so that our focus isn’t on the real problem. After all, if we, the people, understood the real problem, we would demand that they fix it and we are smart enough to know the real fix that’s needed.

    To prevent this from happening, politicians and media conjured up this catchy phrase called “the fiscal cliff.” Then they established a narrative that gave us a false target to blame – the so-called “rich.”

    In other words, keeping the people’s attention on class warfare directs our anger and rhetoric onto the false target they’ve fed us and off of ‘what’ and ‘who’ created the problem in the first place. This distracts us from formulating and voicing the real solution to the true problem.

    So, what is the real problem that created this crisis?

    In a nut shell, our elected politicians have continued to spend trillions more in the past four years than taxpayers have given them. Thus, they have brought America ’s economy to the point of near collapse. It’s that simple.

    Three of the broader consequences of what they’ve done are:

    For the first time in the history of our nation, America ’s credit rating has been downgraded – twice.

    Our national debt now exceeds its yearly gross domestic product (GDP).

    The value of the dollar continues to decline, which makes prices rise on the things we need and want (i.e. inflation).’…

    The Truth About The Fiscal Cliff In Simple Terms

    Almost as big a hoax as the whole federal government. They want to spend money without a care for the future. That’s all.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    WARNING:

    if you are prone to ulcers.. take
    meds, proceed with caution.. 😯

    Paying income tax in America is Voluntary

    ==

  • shadow

    God I hope I recognize my country in 4 years.

    Here, memorize this shape.

  • Highlander

    Rightdawg, I think we have to face the fact that we’re dealing with a fundamentally flawed political system now. The staggering flow of tax money has corrupted everything and everyone in it’s path, and all efforts to restore this republic to fiscal sanity will be met with overwhelming opposition. Despite all the founder’s warnings and safeguards, greed and the lust for power have persevered, and the Great Experiment is now officially a failure. Through apathy and laziness, we’ve allowed our politicians to circumvent the system of checks and balances and render the Constitution, which was supposed to be the backbone of our society, irrelevant. Now, only a miracle can save this country from falling victim to the evils of human nature. I really don’t know how much more time we have now, but all I can say is that I’m glad I don’t have any children ….

  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    Think Third World.

    ‘… In the US, phony economic crises struck with increased urgency, one after the other, finally leading to the largest of all, the so-called Fiscal Cliff. The Cliff will be resolved, of course, leading to a round of self-congratulation covered by the bought-and-paid-for mainstream press.

    And then, promptly, there will be another crisis. The United States is being brought down with one phony crisis after another. The idea apparently is to place the US in a position where it can merge economically with countries like Mexico and Brazil. In order for this to happen, the US economy has to be reduced, and that is well underway.’…

    What We Can Expect: Ten Top Elite Memes for 2013

    Oh, and shadow, you memorize this one. /sarc

  • carrier pigeon

    All voted NO:

    Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.)
    Sen. Tom Carper (D-Dela.)
    Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa)
    Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah)
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.)
    Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)
    Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.)
    Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa)

  • carrier pigeon

    Kind of a tiny group…

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    but all I can say is that I’m glad I don’t have any children

    Same here, along with no mortgage. If had either or worse, both, the outlook would a be a lot bleaker.

  • Highlander

    When you have your head buried, your view of this country will probably never change, no matter how bad things get.

  • Chippy

    My big screen cable television set is turning into a “big government, tax the rich people socialist utopia” that I can’t afford any more.

  • AnnaS

    How do we organize to primary these fools? It is frustrating to have nothing you can do!

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    S. Wolf #61 January 2, 2013 at 12:05 am

    what would the following be called??

    8 deadly agents ‘to bring U.S. to its knees’

    [The eight agents are anthrax, encephalitis (the blueprint of this virus,
    Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis, was provided by Venezuelan President
    Hugo Chavez in an agreement two years ago with the Islamic regime),
    yellow grain (developed with the help of North Korea), SARS, Ebola,
    cholera, smallpox and plague.]

    what, didn’t think they run those gulags
    in NK for nothing did you?? /sigh sarc/

    more here & here & here..

    forget death camps, i think they have a better
    idea for reaching their depopulation goals.. :-(

    ==

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    correction re: #68 January 2, 2013 at 12:46 am bg

    death camps = reeducation camps

    ==

  • http://unitedconservatives.blogspot.com/ Cargosquid

    If the GOP had had an ounce of sense, knowing that they were going to lose in the PR campaign….they should have gone public saying that they could not endanger the economy and voted “abstain.” Then the Democrats would have been the only votes yes.

    Idiots…all of them.

  • RCL

    There is only One Party of elite authoritarian thugs. The Cantor vs. Boehner tiff is just another round of the shell game to keep “the base” thinking there’s a chance these thieves will right the ship.

    Cleaving to the Liars in the GOP only delays the creation of a real conservative opposition. Anyone with a brain should turn their back on the Republican Party. Since none of “our guys” in the GOP have the balls to do so we’ll have to leave first.

    Think again, walk away.

  • http://gatewaypundit Lovies Bad Karma

    I say we just nuke D.C and start all over again……This time we’ll put the Capital in Texas where we can carry our weapons and keep all the new politicians in line……

  • Southern Draw

    We are doomed! You better get your rifles and shotguns together boys!

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Idiots…all of them.

    They’re not called “The Stupid Party” for nuthin’, ya know…

  • Another Bob

    Please call the Speaker’s office and tell them you will be sending to who runs against him in the primary. Also lets work to get Cantor as Speaker

  • RCL

    #75

    Really? You’re going to bite aren’t you? Sucker!

    I guarantee the Cantor challenge and possibly tossing Boehner over was part of the plan all along. They just want to keep you saps believing.

    Until we walk we have no say!

  • AUSONIUS

    Boehner has been nothing but a gutless and hollow man since the day he took the gavel. Should the HOR keep him, I would expect nothing but more of the same.
    I knew as soon as I saw him teary-eyed after getting the nod in 2011 (like he won a damned Oscar) that he would prove utterly fruitless.
    Be very, very afraid of XY chromosome bearers who bust tears at the drop of a hat, it is a clear tell that they have been de-masculinated.
    Wouldn’t John Wayne roll over at the sight of these pathetic metro-males?

    I wake to a country that I do not recognize.

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  • Lightwave

    So this deal alone will add $1.6 trillion to the Obamee debt by 2016 and a lot more by 2022.

    We’ll go from $10 trillion to $20 trillion plus in 8 years. Massive, permanent cuts in our credit rating, interest rates approaching the bad old days of the Carter years, followed by hyper-inflation. This is now assured in the next decade unless Republicans balance the budget with immediate spending cuts in the next Congress.

    We don’t have the courage to do that.

  • David

    Since the republican strategists are so retarded, here is my advice on what the starting position should be with respect to the det ceiling negotiations:

    ‘we demand $1 trillion per annum ins ending cuts and if these demands are not met, the united states will default and it will be the food stamp president’s fault’

    Repeat the same statement in every media interview for the next 2 months

  • potkas7

    Did anyone actually think they were NOT going to pass this bill? The “Fiscal Cliff” was a media invention designed to panic the public and stampede a gaggle of gutless politicians to raise taxes. Congress had two years to deal with this – beginning after the drama of the last debt ceiling increase, and extension of the so-called “Bush Tax Cuts.”

    Can anyone think of a reason for Republican Party’s continued existence? They don’t seem to serve any useful purpose beyond spewing empty rhetoric designed to suck up campaign contributions from the gullible.

  • crackermike

    Did you see on Ryan’s nose that encrusted Obama feces? He really should wipe that off before he goes out in public.

  • mg4us

    What a disgrace . . Boehner and McConnell

    They sit and do nothing against run-a-way government spending.

    They folded like a cheap cardboard box. . . time to run real Conservative Republicans against both of these RINOs. . . Let them be the RATs they are. . DemocRATs

    Before a third party is formed, time to take RepublICAN party back to its traditional conservative Constitutional roots.

    Any Republican Congressman who supported this needs to be voted out of office and replaced by a strong Conservative RepublICAN who knows how to limit government spending.

    In the meantime, NO on Boehner for Speaker of the House. . Replace the Turncoat!

  • what?

    Watching the republican party rip itself to shreds is glorious.

  • john graham

    time to close up shop…..good luck raising taxes on former business owners who go into conserve mode…..after I close my business, get rid of all my employees, and sell off most of my assets….I will live quite well on what I saved….taxes only happen when something is generated….and If you have been preparing???? you dont have a lot to worry about…GOOD LUCK AMERIKA

  • FMB42

    Republicans usually cave for the Dems when the Dems hold the WH and a majority in the House and/or Senate.

    Democrats usually do the same when the Republicans hold the WH and a majority in the House and/or Senate.

    This has been the “norm” for many years now.

    Politicians from either party will, almost always, sell their voter base out whenever they’re in the “minority” position described above.

    Like I’ve said before, 90% of the time the end result is increased power and higher taxes for the government, and a loss of money and power for most of those who aren’t on public assistance and/or the public sector payroll.

    This, and the insatiable craving for power and wealth that infects most politicians makes it difficult and/or impossible for them to do what’s right for the majority of us who aren’t on the public assistance/sector payroll.

    Meanwhile, this Hollywood style “cliff-hanger” of a “cliff deal” followed what was (most likely) a very carefully planned script from the beginning.

    The question now is; how much longer are non-public assistance/sector funded people going to fall for these Dem/Rep-Rep/Dem staged dramas?

  • scituate_tgr

    “#62 January 2, 2013 at 12:06 am / carrier pigeon commented: All voted NO:”

    The more important question is WHEN they voted no…before or after the bill was already safely passed?

  • Ed Miseta

    The republican party is dead. I am switching my registration today to Libertarian. I hope millions of others do the same.

  • Conservative Ken

    Why is it Republicans are bent on handing victories to Obama EVERY TIME!

  • RKflorida

    I believe Cantor voted after the magic number of 218 had been reached. This way he could appear to be a “tough conservative” with a throw away “nay” vote. Sounds like he wants to appear as something he is not, a conservative. For what reason? I don’t know but could speculate if I cared enough. His reason will certainly have everything to do with his gain and nothing to do with the good of the country.

  • Lilbby

    Eff the GOP. Switching party affiliation to “unaffiliated”. I’m sick of this crap.

  • Jerry C

    McLame was one of the co-sponsors of the NDAA.
    Boehner voted Yes.
    Ryan voted Yes.

    Anyone who continues to vote GOP/Republican is part of the problem. I’m done with voting the “lessor” evil. Both are evil.

    P.S. No one has mentioned the main problem with our country. We allowed them to take God out of our schools, our government and our public. It won’t be long before God is taken out of our private lives as well. America, you reap what you soe. We allowed God to be taken out of America and replaced with the devil…literally.

  • John21

    All they did was kick the can down the road, this was purely political and will not solve the problems. The nuetered Republicans sold out it is simple as that,
    The Republican party is rapidly turning themselves into DNC Lite. We need to put a conservative in charge of the party or surrender all our values to the eunuch’s that is the current leadership. Maybe we should begin serious consideration of a Conservative Party and let the 85 become Democrats.

  • westie

    Only an idiot repub voter would not know that Boy Scout Paul Ryan has never voted AGAINST a Bigger Gov program in his entire political career! Yet Ryan is picked as a Conservative for Romney’s VP! No wonder those two pricks failed to turn out voters.

  • http://biggovernment.com ponderon

    There is no difference between the two parties anymore……none…

  • snewsom2997

    Traitors one and all. there is no difference between the Dems and the GOP on anything, but, guns, abortion, drugs, and marriage. May you chains rest lightly on your shoulders.

  • http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.ca Reaganite Republican

    If we can’t muster the votes to block Boehner as House Speaker now, I’ll be registered as an independent by next week and actively seeking third party solutions

    Put that in your pipe and smoke it, Gee Oh Pee squish bags

  • Hj

    Americans should ask themselves how long it would take for their household to go under if they spend $40.00 and only made $1.00 . This is crazy we as americans should start a partition to roll back this bill and start with trying to get a national vote to replace it with a common sense bill to balancing our budget. First cut all of congresses pay until the budget is balanced , second instead of welfare give americans a job ( if we can pay welfare we can pay someone to work)

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Democrats usually do the same when the Republicans hold the WH and a majority in the House and/or Senate.

    They do?

    Strange, but I notice them fight tooth and nail when they’re in that position, something the Republicans seems to be totally incapable of doing.

  • oldguy

    The GOP reminds me of Winston Smith’s boss in “1984”. He managed to convince poor Winston he was actually on Winston’s side and would help him overthrow “Big Brother”. We Republicans are now all Winston Smiths, aren’t we?

  • Larry Speier

    Seriously? Why is anyone surprised? The moral backbone of the country has dissolved away. Prepare yourself for tyranny. The antichrist media is leading the way.

  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    bg #68

    What would it be called? That’s rhetorical, usn’t it?

    ‘Iran, with North Korea’s help, has genetically altered the smallpox virus that makes current vaccinations useless against it’

    Ape and Essence

  • atticcellar

    You fools will not WAKE UP! Repugnants and Kleptocrats are one.. The only way to restore the Republic is to remove both of these tools and replace them with non main stream candidates.. Ones who will actually restore the Consitiution to its full glory! You fools however will cling to the “I’m a Republican” foolishness while you watch Rome burn..

  • Duke dixon

    The Freedom Party Time to take control of the S.P.’s (secular progressives), the children and the Left. If we don’t no one will.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

    ++

    btw, that wasn’t the real fiscal cliff, that’s
    due to arrive in a couple of months..

    but not to worry, that too is a done deal, they just have to make
    it look like they’re working hard for “we the people” for real.. /s/

    ==