Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown Uses Racial Slur “Niggardly” To Describe Congressional Treatment of Veterans

Ohio Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown is either a racist, or maybe he just didn’t choose his words very well, but either way it’s not a good situation for Sen. Sherrod Brown, or for the Democrats who play the race card falsely on Republicans all the time.

We wonder how Obama and the Culture of Corruption Democrats will try and turn this around to blame the Republicans. Maybe the Democrats will try and claim that it’s the Republican interpretation of the word “niggardly” which is racist. Or maybe the Democrats will try and attack the news outlet who broke the story, but everyone knows the Democrat Racism Tricks by now, so …

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Debt Ceiling Sham Will Not Help Debt Or Stop Obama’s Over-Spending Binge

The more details that come out about the debt ceiling deal struck between the Republicans and Democrats, the more it seems that the deal will not help our nation’s debt problem, or stop Obama’s rampant over-spending binge. In fact, it will most likely make things much worse.

“The Congressional Budget Office currently projects that $9.5 trillion in new debt will have to be issued over the next 10 years. Even if all of the reductions proposed in the deal were to come to pass, which is highly unlikely, that would still leave $7.1 trillion in new debt accumulation by 2021. Our problems have not been solved by a long shot.”…

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House Speaker John Boehner’s Reply to Obama’s Debt Ceiling Speech

This is a full  transcript of House Speaker John Boehner’s reply to Obama’s debt ceiling speech.

Read the transcript of Obama’s Debt Ceiling Speech Here.

Good evening. I’m John Boehner. I serve as Speaker of the whole House — of the members of both parties that you elect. These are difficult times in the life of our nation. Millions are looking for work, have been for some time, and the spending binge going on in Washington is a big part of the reason why.

Before I served in Congress, I ran a small business in Ohio. I was amazed at how different Washington DC operated than every business in America.



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