Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 9 years ago

Could you score a touchdown if every time you came close, the other team moved the goal posts?

The Grand Obstructionist Party is out there with shovels and picks.

How say you?

Agree or Strongly Agree or Colossally Strongly Agree?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    nope... you can't...

    Obama's recovery is very similar to Reagan's recovery (the reasons for the recessions were different, but recovery is mirrored)... unemployment lagging for 3 years... stock market going well, consumer confidence returning...

    when Reagan did it "HE'S AMAZING", when Obama does it "America is going to hell"... lol

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  • azcona
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    they couldn't in any respect replace it to the school format. it is the stupidest format ever. The suggestion can make it so if the crew who receives the ball first (after a kickoff, no longer putting out on the 25) ratings a TD, then the game is over. in the experience that they get a FG, then the different crew receives an chance to score a TD. in the experience that they kick a FG, then it reverts to unexpected demise. i'm wonderful with the present unexpected demise format. protection is element of the game of football. And if the protection can't stop the crew who wins the coin turn from entering into to container objective decision, then they need to lose.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    It would help if Democrats were actually heading towards the right end zone.. instead of having gone to the wrong end zone, walked pass it out of the stadium, through the parking lot and into the next state..

    You fail. Colossally Strongly Agree or Super Colossally Strongly Agree?

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  • ?
    Lv 4
    9 years ago

    I could score a touchdown because I'm awesome. But the average man? He would never be able to score a touchdown. A woman couldn't score a touchdown either way.

    But seriously, the Democrats could have taken a whopping five minutes and done away with the filibuster with only 51 votes and they were so terrified of not having it themselves when the GOP retakes the Senate that they refused.

    The Republicans obstruct: Yes, absolutely.

    The Dems let them get away with it: Equally true.

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  • Ice
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    Try to remember, when the GOP was in charge, they were living high on the hog, spending money, cutting taxes, starting wars, whining about strong women, hoping none surfaced in their party so they'd have to figure out a way to deal, throwing money at Wall Street, borrowing borrowing borrowing....then, when the Electoral college (they pick the president like it or not) decided to throw a wrench in the works and place a Democrat in office who wanted to start paying our bills instead of running them up, they whining began.....history repeats and repeats and repeats....GOP, cut taxes, run up the deficit, give businesses anything they want, Democrats, panic over the deficit...try to pay for it....suffer the anger of the american public because taxes are the only way to pay the debt....get kicked out...GOP, here we go again..... it's nonsense...it's middle school foolish....and the voters swallow it every time. It should be required that you vote. With 25 and 35% voter turnout a handful of marshmallow brains who vote because they can are running this country.

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  • mattle
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    Ok, fine. You set a goalpost. What % of GDP is an acceptable level of spending to you? What about debt as % of GDP? I'm all for a fixed goalpost. Let's have a balanced budget amendment so that this is NEVER a problem again. My number is 18% spending to GDP, but honestly, I'm flexible as long as we actually have a constitutional limit on spending. What's yours?

    Liberals are constantly demanding more, more, more. When the Tea Party shows up and finally shuts off the tap, WE are the ones moving goalposts? Nice try.

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  • peachy
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    Strongly Disagree. As usual, your "team" has over-inflated their balls and are not well equipped to play. "Compromise" has been their chant for years, however, they keep changing the rules of the game in order to keep their special interest groups happy. If dems would just give up their unnecessary funding for planned parenthood and npr, this bill could go through and it would avert a government shut down. SCORE!

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    the libs (the party of sheep) fumbled on the budget by not passing one!!!! So with that said we have an unsportsmanlike penalty on the left and game over!!! When libs lose America wins!!!

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Republicans are still being the party of NO.

    They are so afraid that America is going to get back on track that they will stop at nothing.

    They will cut off their nose to spite their face.

    Democrats have already compromised 40 BILLION DOLLARS.

    Politicians who can't compromise cannot lead.

    THIS IS WHAT DUBYA DID and if you can't see that you are truly blind.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    You could if you were supposed to run the play 4 months before the other team got onto the field.

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  • 9 years ago

    well you could if the donkey party would have put the goal posts up when they were supposed to, back in september

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