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Published: Saturday, Feb. 12 2011 9:10 p.m. MST

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owlmaster2
Kaysville, UT

More negative rhetoric from the Party of NO-- while we need to put people back to work the Party of NO continues to say NO.

CHS 85
Sandy, UT

I'm thinking the tea party agenda is over. Talk about empty bluster.

Esquire
Springville, UT

Here's a leader for you. Try to stop everything. Why the voters elect someone like this, I'll never know. Never an idea, never a positive approach, never solve anything. Truly the party of no, except the party of yes when it comes to special interests.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

It is a very good thing someone stood up to the party of massive deficits, massive debt and massive government! Thank goodness for the word NO when it comes to Obama's agenda! The American people spoke loudly in the last election and we will hold all those accountable at the ballot box who voted against the repeal of the over-reaching, unaffordable and unconstitutional Obamacare! In other words, you haven't heard the last "no" from voters yet!

Brian
Wasilla, AK

McConnell is like the football player who is always saying things the opposing coach posts on the bulletin board to rally the opposition. Quit boasting about what you are going to do and actually do something!

Hellooo
Salt Lake City, UT

Fiscal responsibility, focus on America, reduce defense and other spending, it worked for Mr. Clinton, will work for Mr. Obama, and Mr. McConnell. Try it folks, you will like it.

sergio
Phoenix, AZ

It would be great to see the congress working on some projects that they could actually get accomplished, like: term limits, elected officials to be subject to the same laws of the land as all other citizens, salary limits on polititians and transparency of their travel and expenditures, transparency and contol on lobbists, two year time limit before retired polititions can go to work as lobbists, review and reduction of polititions retirement pay (it should be relative to their time in service and they should not receive it while serving prison time), etc. This alone would save the american tax payers millions of wasted dollars. An annual CPA audit report on the Federal financials, the same as required with corporations.

Brother Chuck Schroeder
A Tropical Paradise USA, FL

"DITTOS"

Can "YOU" believe that, Mitch McConnell declared (who is he, "GOD" speaking for every living thing on this Planet?), that President Barack Obama's legislative agenda is "over," but (there's that magic "but" word, for more hyperboil in front of the tv camera's of "rhetoric or semi real reality"), said GOP lawmakers are willing to work with the White House to do what they "think is right for America." Here's what's right for America. The Patriot Act's money laundering provisions, where are they today?. Why the tobacco industry feared The Patriot Act. Rep. Michael Oxley removed a provision involving money laundering from the bill at the behest of the White House and GOP whip Tom DeLay, under pressure from Big Tobacco. We must get rid of all GOP deregulation "Loopholes that Allow Qualifying Institutions to Still Serve as Conduits for Tax Evasion then and report all to the IRS for collection." It's called money, greed, corruption, above the law, (ignore us common people unless they need your votes), career politician's who will take money from any special interest and say or do anything to keep his hold on power.

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