Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by Republicans Are Sissie » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 07:51:48



Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
speech.

We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any partisan
speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech on the
floor of the house was just too much for the delicate sensibilities of
the sissies on the right. So they were forced to vote no against the
bill, regardless of whether it was good for the economy.

As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by rand mair fhea » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:09:29




Quote:
> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
> speech.

not to worry
everone knows thats not really what happened

the church of the free market has proven to be a false god
so its a crisis of faith
do they continue to believe and try to force reality to match
or do they renounce the faith force themselves to match reality

pelosi is just an excuse

arf meow arf - cats and dogs living together - who ya goin call
its the end of the world as you know it - filler text goes here
this is how the world ends - not with a whimper but with a bang
this is how the world ends - not with a whimper but with a bang

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by Tom Gardne » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:10:04




Quote:

> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
> speech.

> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any partisan
> speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech on the
> floor of the house was just too much for the delicate sensibilities of
> the sissies on the right. So they were forced to vote no against the
> bill, regardless of whether it was good for the economy.

> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.

How many democrats voted against the bill?  Were they offended by Nancy too?
 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by John R. Carrol » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:17:58


Quote:



>> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
>> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
>> speech.

>> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any
>> partisan speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech
>> on the floor of the house was just too much for the delicate
>> sensibilities of the sissies on the right. So they were forced to
>> vote no against the bill, regardless of whether it was good for the
>> economy.

>> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
>> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.

> How many democrats voted against the bill?  Were they offended by
> Nancy too?

A Bill brought to the Congress by a Republican President by his Secretary of
the Treasury got more support from Democrats than Republicans.
I didn't think it was a good bill but to have it fail for twelve votes that
should have been forthcoming from Republican ranks isn't due to Nancy
Pelosi's remarks. It is another failure by George Bush and John McCain lead
effectively.

--

           John R. Carroll
  www.machiningsolution.com

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by Aratzi » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:24:26


On Mon, 29 Sep 2008 19:10:04 -0400, in the land of alt.usenet.kooks,

writing:

Quote:



>> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
>> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
>> speech.

>> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any partisan
>> speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech on the
>> floor of the house was just too much for the delicate sensibilities of
>> the sissies on the right. So they were forced to vote no against the
>> bill, regardless of whether it was good for the economy.

>> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
>> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.

>How many democrats voted against the bill?  Were they offended by Nancy too?

The Republicans are blaming the speech made by Pelosi.

"She was mean to me, I am voting NO, SO THERE <STOMP>"

55 republicans have balls.
153 democrats have balls.

So the democrats have almost 3 times as much balls as the republicans.

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by justwaitafrekinmin.. » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:26:54


On Sep 29, 7:17?pm, "John R. Carroll"

Quote:




> >> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
> >> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
> >> speech.

> >> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any
> >> partisan speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech
> >> on the floor of the house was just too much for the delicate
> >> sensibilities of the sissies on the right. So they were forced to
> >> vote no against the bill, regardless of whether it was good for the
> >> economy.

> >> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
> >> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.

> > How many democrats voted against the bill? ?Were they offended by
> > Nancy too?

> A Bill brought to the Congress by a Republican President by his Secretary of
> the Treasury got more support from Democrats than Republicans.
> I didn't think it was a good bill but to have it fail for twelve votes that
> should have been forthcoming from Republican ranks isn't due to Nancy
> Pelosi's remarks. It is another failure by George Bush and John McCain lead
> effectively.

> --

> ? ? ? ? ? ?John R. Carroll
> ?www.machiningsolution.com- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -

So, the republicans voting their conscience while Nancy Pelosi tried
to cover for the dems who voted with the coming election in mind is
the problem? No. It's just more dishonest voodo like when Pelosi told
her legions to go ahead and "say" they were in favor of drilling, all
the while with a wink and a nod, promising to make sure they never had
to cast that vote.. No, Nancy was only trying to cover the spread, and
it didn't work. I bet if you look, you will find the dems who voted no
were up for re-election this term and could not risk voting a party
line...
 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by Aratzi » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:26:51


On Mon, 29 Sep 2008 16:09:29 -0700, in the land of alt.usenet.kooks,

writing:

Quote:


>> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
>> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
>> speech.

>not to worry
>everone knows thats not really what happened

>the church of the free market has proven to be a false god
>so its a crisis of faith
>do they continue to believe and try to force reality to match
>or do they renounce the faith force themselves to match reality

>pelosi is just an excuse

It is one of the more pathetic excuses in a very LONG time.

Barney Frank "Give me those 12 people's names and I will go talk
uncharacteristically nicely to them and tell them what wonderful
people they are and maybe they'll now think about the country."

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by ATP* » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:25:41




Quote:



>>> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
>>> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
>>> speech.

>>> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any
>>> partisan speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech
>>> on the floor of the house was just too much for the delicate
>>> sensibilities of the sissies on the right. So they were forced to
>>> vote no against the bill, regardless of whether it was good for the
>>> economy.

>>> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
>>> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.

>> How many democrats voted against the bill?  Were they offended by
>> Nancy too?

> A Bill brought to the Congress by a Republican President by his Secretary
> of
> the Treasury got more support from Democrats than Republicans.
> I didn't think it was a good bill but to have it fail for twelve votes
> that
> should have been forthcoming from Republican ranks isn't due to Nancy
> Pelosi's remarks. It is another failure by George Bush and John McCain
> lead
> effectively.

> --

>           John R. Carroll
>  www.machiningsolution.com

In the long run, it will be good for the country. The timing couldn't be
better, actually.
 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by John R. Carrol » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:35:18


Quote:

> On Sep 29, 7:17 pm, "John R. Carroll"




> I bet if you look, you will find the dems who voted no
> were up for re-election this term and could not risk voting a party
> line...

Senator McCain, is that you?
LOL
The Congress has two year terms. They are all up for reelection.

55 republicans followed their leadership while 153 democrats did.
This, on a bill brought to the floor by a sitting Republican Presidents
administration.

I think the no voters did the righ thing but Nancy Pelosi has much less
influence on them than their own President and leaders.
Statements to the contrary are laughable.
Please give Cindy back her Blackberry.

--

           John R. Carroll
  www.machiningsolution.com

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by Ed Huntres » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:37:41



On Sep 29, 7:17 pm, "John R. Carroll"

Quote:




> >> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
> >> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
> >> speech.

> >> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any
> >> partisan speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech
> >> on the floor of the house was just too much for the delicate
> >> sensibilities of the sissies on the right. So they were forced to
> >> vote no against the bill, regardless of whether it was good for the
> >> economy.

> >> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
> >> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.

> > How many democrats voted against the bill? Were they offended by
> > Nancy too?

> A Bill brought to the Congress by a Republican President by his Secretary
> of
> the Treasury got more support from Democrats than Republicans.
> I didn't think it was a good bill but to have it fail for twelve votes
> that
> should have been forthcoming from Republican ranks isn't due to Nancy
> Pelosi's remarks. It is another failure by George Bush and John McCain
> lead
> effectively.

> --

> John R. Carroll
> www.machiningsolution.com- Hide quoted text -

> - Show quoted text -
>So, the republicans voting their conscience while Nancy Pelosi tried
>to cover for the dems who voted with the coming election in mind is
>the problem? No. It's just more dishonest voodo like when Pelosi told
>her legions to go ahead and "say" they were in favor of drilling, all
>the while with a wink and a nod, promising to make sure they never had
>to cast that vote.. No, Nancy was only trying to cover the spread, and
>it didn't work. I bet if you look, you will find the dems who voted no
>were up for re-election this term and could not risk voting a party
>line...

Hey, jackass: It was Bush and the Republican leadership who called for this
bill. It was Republican administration officials, including all of their
Treasury and economic advisors. It was the Republican-appointed Fed
Chairman. It was the House minority leader. It was Bush himself.

Get it?

--
Ed Huntress

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by BAR » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:37:23


Quote:

> On Mon, 29 Sep 2008 19:10:04 -0400, in the land of alt.usenet.kooks,

> writing:



>>> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
>>> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
>>> speech.

>>> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any partisan
>>> speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech on the
>>> floor of the house was just too much for the delicate sensibilities of
>>> the sissies on the right. So they were forced to vote no against the
>>> bill, regardless of whether it was good for the economy.

>>> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
>>> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.

>> How many democrats voted against the bill?  Were they offended by Nancy too?

> The Republicans are blaming the speech made by Pelosi.

> "She was mean to me, I am voting NO, SO THERE <STOMP>"

> 55 republicans have balls.
> 153 democrats have balls.

> So the democrats have almost 3 times as much balls as the republicans.

Aren't there enough Democrats in the House to pass the bill without any
Republicans voting for it?

Royal screwup by the Democrats generally and Pelosi specifically. If the
vote succeeded they would have taken credit and been excoriated by the
right. If the vote failed they would have blamed the Republicans. But,
Pelosi couldn't help herself and  had to put in her two cents and wound
up giving the Republicans cover.

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by John R. Carrol » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:41:26


Quote:






>>>> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
>>>> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
>>>> speech.

>>>> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any
>>>> partisan speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan
>>>> speech on the floor of the house was just too much for the delicate
>>>> sensibilities of the sissies on the right. So they were forced to
>>>> vote no against the bill, regardless of whether it was good for the
>>>> economy.

>>>> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
>>>> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them
>>>> anymore.

>>> How many democrats voted against the bill?  Were they offended by
>>> Nancy too?

>> A Bill brought to the Congress by a Republican President by his
>> Secretary of
>> the Treasury got more support from Democrats than Republicans.
>> I didn't think it was a good bill but to have it fail for twelve
>> votes that
>> should have been forthcoming from Republican ranks isn't due to Nancy
>> Pelosi's remarks. It is another failure by George Bush and John
>> McCain lead
>> effectively.

> In the long run, it will be good for the country. The timing couldn't
> be better, actually.

The timing could be a lot better. Congress needs to act but the process
needs enough time to act responsibly.
George Bush sending Hank Paulson over with three pages of wish list and the
promise of melt down in the markets was pure BS and in the end Bush and
McCain couldn't get the Republicans to vote for the bill.

I'd say somebody ought to be taken out and shot but I'm afraid exactly that
might happen if the worst happens.
Ah, what the hell, somebody ought to be taken out and shot. The lot of them.

--

           John R. Carroll
  www.machiningsolution.com

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by John R. Carrol » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:47:40


Quote:



> On Sep 29, 7:17 pm, "John R. Carroll"




>> to cast that vote.. No, Nancy was only trying to cover the spread,
>> and
>> it didn't work. I bet if you look, you will find the dems who voted
>> no were up for re-election this term and could not risk voting a
>> party line...

> Hey, jackass: It was Bush and the Republican leadership who called
> for this bill. It was Republican administration officials, including
> all of their Treasury and economic advisors. It was the
> Republican-appointed Fed Chairman. It was the House minority leader.
> It was Bush himself.

> Get it?

Did you see McCain read his statement on the tube Ed?
He said he'd worked his tail off but that Obama had torpedoed the deal.
LOL
I'm pretty sure John McCain knows how to count votes and what he and Bush
couldn't do was get twelve Republican votes for their own bill.
They didn't poll even a majority of their own party.

--

           John R. Carroll
  www.machiningsolution.com

 
 
 

Republicans: Nancy Pelosi Was Mean To Us - Petty Sissies Vote No

Post by BAR » Wed, 01 Oct 2008 08:49:56


Quote:



> On Sep 29, 7:17 pm, "John R. Carroll"




>>>> Yes, the republicans are blaming house speaker Nancy Pelosi for the
>>>> failure of the Bailout to pass. Why? Because she made a partisan
>>>> speech.
>>>> We can't have people voting for a bill if there have been any
>>>> partisan speeches. The devastation of listening to a partisan speech
>>>> on the floor of the house was just too much for the delicate
>>>> sensibilities of the sissies on the right. So they were forced to
>>>> vote no against the bill, regardless of whether it was good for the
>>>> economy.
>>>> As Nancy Pelosi walked from the lectern the republicans all started
>>>> handing her their balls since they would not be needing them anymore.
>>> How many democrats voted against the bill? Were they offended by
>>> Nancy too?
>> A Bill brought to the Congress by a Republican President by his Secretary
>> of
>> the Treasury got more support from Democrats than Republicans.
>> I didn't think it was a good bill but to have it fail for twelve votes
>> that
>> should have been forthcoming from Republican ranks isn't due to Nancy
>> Pelosi's remarks. It is another failure by George Bush and John McCain
>> lead
>> effectively.

>> --

>> John R. Carroll
>> www.machiningsolution.com- Hide quoted text -

>> - Show quoted text -

>> So, the republicans voting their conscience while Nancy Pelosi tried
>> to cover for the dems who voted with the coming election in mind is
>> the problem? No. It's just more dishonest voodo like when Pelosi told
>> her legions to go ahead and "say" they were in favor of drilling, all
>> the while with a wink and a nod, promising to make sure they never had
>> to cast that vote.. No, Nancy was only trying to cover the spread, and
>> it didn't work. I bet if you look, you will find the dems who voted no
>> were up for re-election this term and could not risk voting a party
>> line...

> Hey, jackass: It was Bush and the Republican leadership who called for this
> bill. It was Republican administration officials, including all of their
> Treasury and economic advisors. It was the Republican-appointed Fed
> Chairman. It was the House minority leader. It was Bush himself.

> Get it?

It was the Democrats who saw this as an opportunity to grab a hold of
Wall Street, by the balls, and use it as their personal bank account to
fund their pet projects.