John Boehner & George W. Bush
John Andrew Boehner (born , 1949) is the 61st and current Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. George Walker Bush (born July 6, 1946) is an American politician who served as the 43rd President of the United States from 2001 to 2009 and the 46th Governor of Texas from 1995 to 2000. /5
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Secret Princess, We still Hold Michigan, Georgia, and California and only 2-3 States can Jam Both Parties to a Stalemate to the U.S. Congress where Clinton's other Nemesis VP Joe Biden will have a say as will Republican Leader John Boehner of OHIO as to who gets 2016. And as I recall VP Joe Biden the Senate Tie-Breaker wants it also and had to have some 2008 deal with Obama much like Me and Hillary Clinton also. So as I said, Obama/Kennedy still Hold the KEY until Obama Reveals it. George W. Bush and Herbert Walker Bush just using them to Lock it Down until they Decide where they want to Spend their 1% Money looking for Cheapest Path as usual, through the Republican Party or Through a Democrat like Clinton with Tax Loopholes like a TRUE CONSERVATIVE. So TRANSPARENT. LOL. That's why the 'Economic Death Stars' Are important because We know the 1% only willing to spend somewhere between $1-$2 Billion each Campaign Cycle Total. Since we create Software Packages worth more than that In the Same time Pe ...
People praising Obama for pounding his fist to help illegal immigrants. And my man pops off with this beginning statement; this is why I love him. "Its just so wonderful that Dear Leader has ORDAINED to allow people to vote with their feet.(sarcasm) This sociopath releases an edict, a damned edict, ALLOWING people to do something that, once upon a time, we used to just call "moving." I feel like I'm eating crazy pills. An autocrat moves one tiny INCH out of the way our freedom and...boom, suddenly hes a bro again--suddenly half of the the slaves stand up and (re)sanction his right to rule us. FYI, Hes not a bro. Hes not your bud. He is George W. Bush. He is Hillary Clinton. He is Ronald Reagan. HE is John Boehner. He is a jaw-jacking sociopath who produces NOTHING--a parasite who feeds off off your sweat and blood and your precious time on earth. nothing more."
One last thing before I leave this era This midterm election was a complete repudiation of Obama's presidency. No matter what the Obamabots want to say about it, he failed you and you failed. He had a FDR mandate and spent it playing two year midterm and reelection games and came out with a total fail. John Boehner has vowed to end the Affordable Care Act, and even as he probably can't get it done now, he can make life very difficult for a lot of people. On reading Chuck Todd's "The Stranger.", a lot of what happened is crystal clear. He listened to a lot of Washington insiders and pundits after he beat Hillary Clinton. He lied about being a progressive to beat Hillary, and this lie kept becoming more and more obvious to his once active voters. They decided to stop caring. A lot of his compatriots didn't want him around their campaigns in the end, and one was scared to even say she voted for him. It made her lose. People pretend as these things don't matter, as if politics is some abstract thin ...
Speaker John Boehner ignored the fact that George W. Bush released or transferred more than 500 GITMO detainees while spewing a web of falsehoods to claim that President Obama put American lives at risk by freeing Sgt. Bergdahl.
NO. You’re not worth it? So far, congress has said no to another unemployment benefit extension for over 3 million American workers categorized as the long term unemployed. However, when President George W. Bush was in the Oval Office, Congress passed unemployment extensions and President Bush signed them into law several times…. • Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2008 (HR 6867): This bill extended benefits and passed the House on Oct. 3, 2008, by a vote of 368 to 28. Of the 170 voting Republicans, 142 or 84 percent supported the extension. The measure passed the Senate by a voice vote, a parliamentary procedure often used when legislation is not controversial. • Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2008 (HR 2642): This bill provided federal money to states to make emergency unemployment compensation payments to workers who had exhausted all rights to regular compensation. On final passage, it sailed through the House by a vote of 416 to 12, with 186 or 95 percent of voting Republicans sup ...
Keep in mind... (1) Ronald Reagan tripled the National Debt, raised the Debt Ceiling Limit 17 times, and raised taxes 10 times against the Middle Class to pay for his 1981 tax cut for the wealthiest 1%. *** Cheney stated,"Reagan proved deficits don't matter." They don't matter to Republicans when a Republican is President. (2) George W. Bush? Bush raised the Debt Ceiling Limit 7 times. John Boehner, Mitch Mcconnell, Eric Cantor, and Paul Ryan agreed to and signed EACH of those 7 Debt Ceiling Limit increases. In 2009, Republican Senator from Utah, Orrin Hatch, stated,"During the Bush years it was standard procedure for us--Republicans--NOT to pay for anything." So, they paid for things with the "National Credit Card", and we're still paying today. David Stockman, Ronald Reagan's hand-picked Director of the Office of Budget and Management stated,"GOP economic policies since 1981 destroyed the U.S. Economy." AND REPUBLICANS ARE STILL WORKING AT IT!!!
"There is no shortage of examples of Republicans opposing and rejecting President Obama’s proposals they supported when a white man was president, and it is proof their five year obstructionism, attempts to thwart economic recovery, and assault on Americans is borne of racism to portray the Black President as incapable of leading the country out of their 8 year disaster while Bush was president. Early in Obama’s first term, Republicans vehemently opposed the idea of economic stimulus, and yet in 2002 Paul Ryan made an impassioned plea for stimulus, including extending unemployment benefits, in a package supported by George W. Bush. Ryan said at the time “What we’re trying to accomplish today with the passage of this third stimulus package is to create jobs and help the unemployed.” Six years later, the Republican Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 was praised by white President Bush as providing “a booster shot for our economy” that Eric Cantor, John Boehner, Mitch Mcconnell and nearly 200 other ...
So here’s to you Chris Christie, and to you John Boehner; here’s to you Tony Perkins, and Rush Limbaugh, and whatsisface, Glenn Beck. To Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Brian Brown and Maggie Gallagher. To you Michelle Bachmann, and Rick Perry, to Mitt Romney and George W. Bush. To all of you, from the bottom of my heart I say: Bite me.
John Boehner says, “It’s easy to go out there and be Santa Claus and talk about all the things you want to give away, but at some point somebody has to pay the bill,” but he appears to have forgotten how George W. Bush did it. George just simply put all his expenditures on credit. And, on top of that, he gave the Top 1% Filthy Rich a huge tax cut, also on credit. It's no wonder that the Republicans loved George W. Bush. George believed in buying everything on credit. Do you remember how much the Tea Party Republicans complained? Neither do I ! ~Abel
Here are 25 facts that right-wingers often forget, overlook, omit or ignore. 1. *** Cheney shot another feller in the face with a gun. By mistake. 2. At the conclusion of George W. Bush’s term, the United States economy was losing 750,000 jobs per month. 3. During the last months of George Bush’s second term, the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP, was initiated to save banks and Wall Street from collapse. 4. A national universal healthcare plan based on an individual mandate to obtain coverage was advocated by the Heritage Foundation in 1992 and was the subject of bills introduced by Republican Senators in 1994. 5. Barack Hussein Obama looks different from our previous presidents. 6. George W. Bush defeated Al Gore in the 2000 presidential election only after suing the state of Florida to stop counting votes. (Independent recounts after the election by media organizations found that Gore had more votes.) 7. Several U.S. Supreme Court justices known for their devotion to states’ rights inexplic ...
People need to remember this! After pushing the government to brink of shutdown last week, Republican Congressional leaders are now preparing to push America to the edge of default by refusing to increase the nation’s debt limit without first getting Democrats to concede to large spending cuts. But while the four Republicans in Congressional leadership positions are attempting to hold the increase hostage now, they combined to vote for a debt limit increase 19 times during the presidency of George W. Bush. In doing so, they increased the debt limit by nearly $4 trillion. At the beginning of the Bush presidency, the United States debt limit was $5.95 trillion. Despite promises that he would pay off the debt in 10 years, Bush increased the debt to $9.815 trillion by the end of his term, with plenty of help from the four Republicans currently holding Congressional leadership positions: Speaker John Boehner, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Senate Minority Whip ...
John Boehner and Senator Ted Cruz are George W. Bush and *** Cheney all over gain. Who wants the Bush years all over again? I sure don't!
Poll: John Boehner's Favorability Rating Just Above George Zimmerman's, Edward Snowden's Ariel Edwards-LevyThe Huffington PostJul 24, 2013 Twice as many Americans view House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) negatively than view him positively, according to an NBC/WSJ poll released Wednesday. Poll respondents ranked Boehner just ahead of Edward Snowden and George Zimmerman in popularity. Only 18 percent of Americans have a positive opinion of Boehner, while 36 percent view him negatively, the poll found. Boehner's unfavorable ratings, which stood at 29 percent last December, jumped in the aftermath of January's fiscal cliff debate. Boehner's rating, at a net -18, puts him far behind former President George W. Bush and ahead of only Snowden and Zimmerman -- the two least popular public figures tested. NSA leaker Snowden had an 11 percent favorable rating and a 35 percent unfavorable rating, while Zimmerman, who was acquitted in the death of Trayvon Martin, had a 14 percent favorable rating and a 39 percent unf ...
John Boehner wants someone to go to jail. So I thought to myself, "oh my gosh, me too!" I thought maybe finally he wants to go after those on Wall Street who collapsed our economy, or maybe George W. Bush & Co. for lying to the American people and getting us into a war that killed thousands if US citizens, not to mention hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians. And then of course there's the torture. However no, he wants the people who used extra scrutiny on certain conservative groups and did nothing to remove their tax exempt status to go to jail. Yeah, totally seems fair and legitimate.
By Michael Miller First, George W. Bush was the cause of all of Barack Obama’s problems. Then it was John Boehner and the Republican-controlled House who were to blame for his ineffectualness. Now, gridlock in Washington can only be blamed on one “logical” choice: Rush Limbaugh. The President of The...
Unless we act NOW, John Boehner will ask Congress to give Obama unconstitutional powers to ram the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) through Congress. TPP attacks our Constitution, our freedoms, and our jobs. Say NO to Obama and Boehner by making your most generous contribution to the American Jobs Alliance today! The Obama administration is aware that under George W. Bush, concerns from the right about sovereignty and the left about infringement of U.S. environmental laws – with both sides fearing outsourcing of jobs – blocked greater North American political integration under the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. Expansion of NAFTA was halted and, later, the inclusion of South America under the Free Trade Act of the Americas. Obama's open discussion of the two-oceans TPP and TAP free trade agendas during his recent SOTU attests to the persistence of globalists. The president has found a way to revive the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, or SPP, through pushing ...
In honor of today's Senate Armed Services Committee vote on confirmation of Decorated Vietnam Veteran Chuck Hagel, a list of the Great American Patriots (all of which received deferrments for service) that oppose him on the grounds that he is unfit for duty or have otherwised warmongered during their time in the political spotlight: Mitch Mcconnell, Trent Lott, Jon Kyl, John Cornyn, John Ensign, John Boehner, Roy Blunt, Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson, former House Speaker Dennis Hastert, *** Armey, Tom Delay, Bill Frist, Rick Santorum, George W. Bush, Karl Rove, and Ted Nugent (who pooped his pants in order to be deemed mentally unfit by the draft board).
Kick That Can By Paul Krugman Published: February 7, 2013 MY TIMES John Boehner, the speaker of the House, claims to be exasperated. “At some point, Washington has to deal with its spending problem,” he said Wednesday. “I’ve watched them kick this can down the road for 22 years since I’ve been here. I’ve had enough of it. It’s time to act.” Actually, Mr. Boehner needs to refresh his memory. During the first decade of his time in Congress, the U.S. government was doing just fine on the fiscal front. In particular, the ratio of federal debt to G.D.P. was a third lower when Bill Clinton left office than it was when he came in. It was only when George W. Bush arrived and squandered the Clinton surplus on tax cuts and unfunded wars that the budget outlook began deteriorating again. But that’s a secondary issue. The key point is this: While it’s true that we will eventually need some combination of revenue increases and spending cuts to rein in the growth of U.S. government debt, now is very ...
Lance Armstrong: I guess I have to say something on the subject of a certain fellow with the same last name as mine...Well, by all accounts he confessed something everyone knew a long time ago...embarassed himself, and managed to disapoint a lot of people who followed his exploits...wait, I could be talking about Jodie Foster, John Boehner, Michael Jackson, O.J. Simpson, Fattie Arbuckle, and Eddie Fischer...Not to mention, Richard Nixon, George W. Bush, Alec Baldwyn, Witchie Poo, Jean Valjean, Captain Ahab, Billy Budd,(Sticking with Melvil characters), Mr.Stearforth, Madonna (Feel like a virgin tour) and poor Cheryl Crow who had a brain tumor,forgot some lyrics and dated Lance Armstrong...The world is a circle my friends.
Call or fax to Senator Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, and Eric Cantor: tell them that you support ending the George W. Bush tax cuts.
There's major work to be done for the next two years. Enemy No.1 the RINO's. Mission No. 1 change The National Republican Establishment from the inside by torpedoing the RINO's who manage it along with the RINO's in Congress. Prime examples of RINO's John Boehner, Marco Rubio, Nicky Hally, Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, Reince Preibus, Chris Christie, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Jeb Bush, and the Bush's in general. We must accomplish it through blood and sweat by Electing almost or every tea party member running in the next two year's. If every tea party member gets Elected, then awesome. Now mission No. 2 having Sarah Palin as the Nominated Candidate for the Republicans to beat the Liberal Candidate to win the Presidency.
~ "Mitt Romney-From the party who gave us Richard Nixon, Watergate, Ronald Regan, Iran Contra, Ollie North, Mitch Mcconnell, John Boehner, Michelle Bachmann, Sarah Palin “God Intended Rape,” weapons of mass destruction, two wars, anti-revenue increase pledges, George W. Bush, tax cuts for the wealthy, creation of the current national fiscal deficit, creation of the worst world-wide recession/depression since 1929, loss of faith with our military allies with Bush “go-it-alone” foreign policy…VOTE!" ~
As it turns out, Republican majorities voted to raise the U.S. debt ceiling seven times while George W. Bush sat in the Oval Office. (It should be noted, as Ezra Klein did, that party-line votes on debt ceiling increases tied to other legislation is not solely the province of the GOP.) As ThinkProgress pointed out, during the Bush presidency, the current GOP leadership team voted 19 times to increase debt limit. During his tenure, the U.S. national debt doubled, fueled by the Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003, the Medicare prescription drug plan, TARP and the unfunded wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. And Mitch Mcconnell, John Boehner, Paul Ryan and Eric Cantor voted for all of it and the debt which ensued because, as Orrin Hatch later explained:
If America is so exceptional a country, how come we have to select our leaders (sic) from the likes of Mitt Romney, Paul, Ryan, John Mccain, Sarah Palin, George W. Bush, *** Cheney, Mitch Mcconnell, John Boehner, Harry Reid, Bob Corker, Joe Lieberman, et. al.? This is a collection of some of the least exceptional people ever to walk the planet!
Where are all of the republicans tonight? Michelle Bachmann, Sarah Palin, George W. Bush, *** Chaney... I heard the delegates shout 'Nay' more loudly that the "Yea" when asked if they approved of the conventions rules but John Boehner said the Yea won? They are distancing themselves from their own platform. Where are the Ron Paul delegates hiding or were they hidden in the nose bleed section. This is the "We Built it" convention but they don't seem to have enough consensus to build anything. I think the party is broken just like their primary election process they are dysfunctional and fractured. Perhaps their slogan would more aptly be "We Broke it" and "We Can't Fix it Either."
George W. Bush, Joe Biden, John Boehner, and Bill Clinton all traveled together to see the Wizard of Oz. Upon arrival, they were brought to see him. First, President Bush went to see the Wizard and said, “Everyone says I have no compassion or feelings, I wish to have a Heart”. So the Wizard said, “So be it”. Second was Joe Biden. He told the Wizard, “People think I’m unintelligent and have no common sense whatsoever. I want a brain. The Wizard said, “So be it”. Third to ask the Wizard was John Boehner. “People say I have no confidence, and I lack conviction. I wish to have some courage”. The Wizard granted this wish as well. And then Bill Clinton approached the Wizard. The Wizard looked at him and said, “Well, what do you want?” To which Clinton replied, “I’m here for Dorothy!”
So just remember: If it's Portman, then Mitt chose John Boehner's pick. And John Boehner is one of those guys who still thinks that serving in the George W. Bush administration is something to brag about.
Michelle Obama gave a pep talk to U.S. Olympians in London, encouraging them to have fun but also "win." Republicans immediately criticized her for her insensitivity to losers like George W. Bush, Eric Cantor, Mitch Mcconnell, John Boehner, Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann.
John Boehner fights his nature and tells the truth, and a reporter for POLITICO gets canned for doing the same thing. George W. Bush supports health care for women - just not in America. Oh, and, Jimmy Carter is the most American Loving former American President.
For the first time in my life, I am nervous about the presidential race. I DO NOT want a republican president. I know that President Obama isn't the best, but I think that things will get better if he stays in power for four more years. Bringing in a new man will only make more confusion. I mean, if this country allowed George W. Bush to have a two term presidency, then we can let his successor finish his job too. I know that a lot of people are going to vote republican, and that's their choice, but when you do, know that they are ones (John Boehner) who help this country fail. Nobody is perfect, no country will be either. But when you have Right Wing, Tea Partiers making the calls, things are going to get worse.
Speaker of the House, John Boehner, and House Republicans have made it clear of their intent to, once again, hold our country hostage, with future debt ceiling deals. The last time they did this, in August 2011, it resulted in the downgrade of the credit rating, and huge losses in the stock market. When George W. Bush was in office, Congress raised the debt ceiling 7 times. There was never a stipulation that required cuts in exchange for them. However, Congress wants to make severe cuts to programs that help the elderly and the poor in exchange for raising the debt ceiling, and want to eliminate"food stamps and the "meals on wheels" programs .This would devastate millions of Senior Citizens and low income individuals, who depend on these programs to put food on the table. Congress also wants to make cuts to Social Security and Medicare, entitlements that have been paid for out of every paycheck by American citizens throughout their work history. While Congress sets their sights on hurting the elderly and ...
John Boehner says that Mitt Romney's success in business makes him more electable because Americans "don't want to vote for a loser." So how does that explain George W. Bush?
Conservative bishops don't seem to have a problem honoring John Boehner, Antonin Scalia, and George W. Bush, but now one of them is forcing a Catholic college to withdraw a speaking invitation to Vicki Kennedy, a lifelong and devoted Catholic. Sign our petition to let her speak!
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