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    Default Re: Continuing Resolution signed

    They've been so quiet about the whole issue, I'm thinking they'll quietly sign continuing resolution that goes til around Feb-March. Media spotlight is focused elsewhere, elecshuns are over.
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    Default BUDGET DEAL FALLING APART

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    Folks- I am in DC tonight and it looks like that budget deal is falling apart- several more Congressmen have announced the are not going to support ti because of the two provisions in the bill- the BIG MONEY removal of rules limiting the rich giving money to political parties, and the complete destruction of the Dodd Frank rules on limiting banking credit default swaps deals- -which will mean BILLIONS in shady money to Wall Street bankers- was slipped in to the bill- and now that this is coming to the light of day, more Congressmen are announcing opposition.

    Tonight - looks shaky that the deal is falling apart-
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    Starting to look like we may just get a shutdown tomorrow if they can't find the votes to pass something.

    HANG ON- WILD RIDE AHEAD.
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    Default Re: Continuing Resolution signed

    Here is the link to the actual "deal" bill which is being shown to Congressmen tonight-

    http://docs.house.gov/billsthisweek/...U00-HR83sa.pdf

    It is 1603 pages and crammed with crap for the richest 1%, Wall Street, and corporations.

    The repeal of the Dodd-Frank prohibition on "Credit DefaULT sWAPS" was slipped in on page 619 or so.

    Boehner signed off on it-

    And screws the common man.

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    Default Re: Continuing Resolution signed

    There ain't no money honey.
    There will be fights till there is more money...
    And, we are bringing in far more money than we have ever had.
    Musta be spending it somewhere. Must be. But where. Not the military...

    Too hard to fathom. I cannot seem to find the trend in the Monthly Treasury Statement...
    Lookin' up at the 'G Fund'!!!

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    Default Re: Continuing Resolution signed

    We need some REAL conservatives in Washington, COWARDS!
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