Rolling my eyes: Continuing Resolutions

  1. Stop the lie about the government shutting down.
  2. IT IS NOT A SHUTDOWN, it is a S L O W D O W N and
  3. I am sick of Continuing Resolutions: A Stinkin’ CR

I want to refresh Jim Jordan’s memory, and might as well call out the House Freedom Caucus to refresh their memories too. Let us go back to an article on  

We all know how those follow-on Omnibus Bills have turned out for taxpayers: 

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Liars, Progressives, and OmnibusHell vs the Consistent Conservative: Jim DeMint

It has been a very long and exhausting day. I have been off and on the internet in very short spurts so do not really know what has been going on as the “hot topic” for the day other than #ProgressiveRepublicans and their #PRL have passed the Progressive #OmnibusHell bill and will never #FullRepeal as they bully votes for #Ryanocare instead. 

That reminds me: Watch the LIARS segment about Margaret Sanger with Glenn Beck at the end of this post. And get the book.

On a positive note: The best part of my day was reading A Grateful Yet Regretful Farewell To Heritage’s Jim DeMint

 

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Oh yeah. The powder is dry…

Unbearable to read, let alone post, it is distressing that for days we are forced to wait to know what is real and what is overplayed in this public relations debacle. 

What a waste of a weekend and now a Monday, full of more dirty laundry when the focus ought to be on Progressive Republican Leadership (#PRL).

A friend of mine suggested that we “keep our powder dry” and, allegedly, “this is not an establishment strikes back.”

Oh yeah. The powder is dry, really dry. And there is capital to purchase more. 

 

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A Stinkin’ CR and Full Repeal Debate

The Continuing Resolution is all about extending the federal discretionary funds after April 28, 2017. Honestly, Congress has the Power of the Purse so with the threat of a Government Shutdown by the Democrats I say WHO CARES? 

“They” claim Shutdown Government. Nope. No. No it is not a shutdown. It is a slowdown, a partial shutdown that keeps Congress from spending money but funds the military and other critical organizations within government. There have been slowdowns in the last several years and hey, I am all good with the slowing down of D.C. nonsense.   (Read: Can the House Avoid a Government Shutdown?)

This piece by Rachel Bovard is interesting: Shunning the Shutdown.  Beware the OMNIBUS spending bill! (Yes, the thought of the Omnibus bill makes me want to spit!) Remember this in 2014? 

I have to put this video in from PragerU because it is important to #FrameTheDebate when it comes to budgeting and spending issues.

Now on to the #FullRepeal battle and other issues I wish my congressman, Bill Posey,  would go on record with, filled with solutions like Senator Mike Lee’s video below:

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