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    • georgiaconservative33 says:

      That is how this system currently works. The Party not in power fusses about what the Party in power does, then they switch places every few years. If we do it, it is right. If they do it, it is wrong. Over the last six years or so, both the Democrats and the Republicans have called each other the “Party of No” and have claimed that the other Party had no ideas. It is frustrating, to say the least.

      You can notice in the video that everything was carefully worded, which is a tried and proven political strategy. He did not mention the bailouts or cash for clunkers, but did mention he voted against the stimulus.

      • seenbetrdayz, Ph.D. says:

        Great summary.

        Johnny Isakson doesn’t like democrat big-government So he wants to “repeal it and replace(?) it” with republican big-government. Therefore, he is supported by loyal small-government(?) republicans(?) across the state of Georgia, time and time again.

  1. NoTeabagging says:

    What if we got out of our contrived War?
    What if we undid Republican legislation that sent jobs overseas?
    What if we undid Republican legislation that allowed big business to pillage pension funds, destroy the environment and wreck our economy?
    Conservative “small government” means big business can do whatever they want for short term profits.

    Perhaps we could pay for health care, encourage jobs in America, repair infrastructure, etc.

  2. Ramblinwreck says:

    “Repeal and replace”. That’s the problem with Isakson and most of the senior leadership of the Republican party. They want to repeal an unconstitutional act and replace it with what? Another unconstitutional bill. Nothing is going to change in the Senate until Isakson and McConnell are moved aside, or out. Republicans have no more stomach for cutting spending than Democrats.

    • B Balz says:

      Two things happened yesterday:

      1.) I listened to Sean Hannity for the first time ever. I can conclude that since advertisers know demographics of the medium, Hannity listeners may have BIG tax problems; that spot runs a lot.

      2.) I thought I heard that Erick Erickson, at least quite a few others are against ‘repeal and replace’. The Bill needs to be changed so that HC cost, spending, fraud and abuse issues are addressed by incentives. We cannot afford the current law as it stands.

      Elections have consequences, and those voting for Rep. Deal are going to see GA in the fight against this law. If that is your choice, Rep. Deal is your man.

      That is a big negative for me.

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