More Proof That There Are No Genuine "Blue Dogs"


#1

Shuler and Kissell both voted no on Obamacare when their vote had no consequence to passage but they voted not to repeal it today.

Still voting ‘no:’ 2 ‘Blue Dogs’ explain why they oppose repeal - Politics AP - MiamiHerald.com

I hope the people of North Carolina are better at spotting a couple of dupes than the people of my State.


#2

There are none in the federal government at least. Where my grand parents live most out there are Blue Dogs.


#3

Considering Idiot #1 won 54-45 (Shuler) and Idiot #2 won 53-44 (Kissell), I don’t think my state has caught on yet.


#4

There are none in the federal government at least. Where my grand parents live most out there are Blue Dogs.

Then they should wisen up and vote republican since there is no such thing as a non-scumbag socialist democrat politician and that is all that counts.

Maybe people will wake up to reality and not elect a democrat for several generations since the democrats are far left communists.


#5

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Shuler and Kissell both voted no on Obamacare when their vote had no consequence to passage but they voted not to repeal it today.

Still voting ‘no:’ 2 ‘Blue Dogs’ explain why they oppose repeal - Politics AP - MiamiHerald.com

I hope the people of North Carolina are better at spotting a couple of dupes than the people of my State.
[/quote]So these two democrats will not be surprised when they are voted out of office?


#6

Three Democrats voted in favor of the repeal, though.


#7

What’s the neo-definition of a blue dog?


#8

“Blue Dog”= One who is given permission by the Communist leaders of the Party to vote “Conservative” whenever their Socialist vote is not needed to pass a piece of legislation.

see; “gullible voter”/ “fallacy of standing up to ones own Party”


#9

Kissell’s ‘explanation’ was so dumb that I won’t bore you with repeating it.
I gotta laugh at the position these 2 put themselves in, though. They can’t defend Obamacare because they originally voted against it, so now they’re left with having to defend why they’re somehow now against repealing it. What a couple of jokers! :biggrin:
If there aren’t any Republicans smart enough to make toast of them for this, “I voted against it before I voted for it”, then the Party really IS in deep trouble.