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Old 04-30-2012, 12:24 PM
 
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In 400+ Days The House GOP Has Voted To Kill 1.9 Million Jobs And Created 0



The GOP has passed legislation since they have taken control of the House, just none that has anything to do with job creation.



-Voted to repeal health care reform



-passed a bill to undermine our ability to provide a healthier environment for our children,



-Voted to protect taxpayer subsidies for Big Oil and speculators



-Voted to provide more tax cuts for millionaires, and protect tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas



-Voted to cripple public radio stations



-Voted to cut off key federal funding for Planned Parenthood



-restricted how women with private insurance can spend private dollars in purchasing health insurance





In 200+ Days The House GOP Has Voted To Kill 1.9 Million Jobs And Created 0 (http://www.politicususa.com/in-200-days-the-house-gop-has-voted-to-kill-1-9-million-jobs-and-created-0/ - broken link)





Where are the jobs???
The House has blocked, in a not-inconsequential manner, the Obama-job-devestation machine. Government is far better at destroying jobs than creating them (except by starting a war).
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Old 04-30-2012, 12:57 PM
 
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It seems that many of our republican backers forgot about their representatives vow to block anything that the current president puts on the table (apparently including things that they proposed first) in order to ensure that he is a one term president. Does this sound obstructnistic to you? If their goal is to attack the president regardless of what he does, how hard is it to fathom why anything is not getting done?
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