Republicans have not once voted to fix the bill and keep the parts that people like while making the implementation process easier.
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Only inside the Washington bubble do reporters think this year’s 2 percent cut in the federal budget is responsible for four years of the slowest economic recovery since WW2.
Apparently to these Republicans nothing is more sacrosanct than jobs. It seems the estimated 13,000 lives lost each year due to coal power are less important than the potential 16,000 jobs the president’s new initiatives could eliminate.
With constituents screaming, and senators facing long flights home for this week’s recess to face the red faces, Democrats caved Thursday night to end Obama’s FAA cuts.
Apparently it’s only the huddled masses that have to feel Obama’s sequester pain.
Elites in Congress and the national media mostly ignored sequestration until it started affecting them personally.
First student White House tours, now air travelers. So transparent was the White House ploy that airlines joined Republicans in calling the president out.