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Old 10-11-2011, 02:48 PM
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Well good. The defeat of this atrocity in the false name of "jobs" will make it difficult for: Obama to payoff his big political donor over at LightSquared, will halt the creation of more buraucracy via the creation of a privately owned government corporate bank funded by the taxpayers, and stop the attempt to force states to give up Constitutional rights.

Obama jobs bill faces likely Senate defeat – CNN Political Ticker - CNN.com Blogs

Washington (CNN) – The Senate is expected to reject President Barack Obama's new jobs plan in a key procedural vote Tuesday, reflecting a cavernous ideological divide over economic growth strategies and helping to set the stage for what is expected to be a bitterly contested 2012 campaign.

Democrats hold a majority of seats in the 100-member chamber, but are believed to lack the 60 votes necessary to move forward with consideration of the bill.
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