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Robert,

That is an outright lie. All you need is a majority of votes in the Senate to pass a budget. Budget resolutions are one of the only things not subject to filibuster.

Here are a few of the recent close votes for the budget resolution, as listed by CRS:

48-45 (2009 budget) 51-49 (2006) 51-50 (2004) 50-48 (2001)

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Vacp:

With the obstructionalist republicans which are voted into office... A very long time.

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Robert he has had for years. How long does it take to pass a budget??

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Ignore ignore ignore... he repeats himself like a broken record.

If it's not his cries of how life is unfair to him and how the previous generation robbed him of his balls, then it's him providing excuses why he wont work, even when proven that there is work and all that he had to do is go for an interview. Instead, he came up with dozen of excuses why he shouldn't.

You all have a great time interacting with him.

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Fjep:

"That is not what your Messiah claimed in 2008. Odd when he wants to kill somebody politics just kinda goes away. It takes no time at all to kill hundreds of innocent people."

And where has Obama killed hundreds of innocent people? Please show us where hundreds of innocent people have died?

If you are speaking about the fast and furious debuckle? That would be blaming the guns for the deaths of people... I thought that they were chunks of iron and that people killed people.

If you are speaking about the middle east and drone strikes? Guess what? That is the face of war. don't like it? Get every last one of our troops home.

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That is not what your Messiah claimed in 2008. Odd when he wants to kill somebody politics just kinda goes away. It takes no time at all to kill hundreds of innocent people.

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Vacp:

Politics takes time... A lot of it and almost nothing is done in one sitting.

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Robert I guess the dinner didn't go to well. Just another waste of our tax money.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In his week of outreach to Republican senators, President Barack Obama on Thursday will have lunch with the top Republican and Democrat on the House of Representatives Budget Committee in a bid to bridge differences on the nation's pressing fiscal issues. The president will have lunch with Republican chairman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin and Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, the committee's top Democrat, congressional and White House sources said. Thursday's meeting will follow days of outreach by Obama, who dined with a dozen Republican senators on Wednesday and made a series of telephone calls to various members of Congress earlier in the week after across-the-board budget cut known as the "sequester" kicked in. At issue is the stalemate over the budget and how to rein in growth of the $16.7 trillion federal debt. Obama and fellow Democrats want to narrow the fiscal gap with spending cuts and tax increases, while Republicans oppose raising taxes and want to do it all with cuts. Several Republican senators at Wednesday's dinner said it was cordial and that Obama seemed sincere in wanting to work together toward an agreement over the federal budget. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham called the meeting "productive and substantive," even as it spotlighted their major differences. "However, also apparent was common ground on how to move forward," Graham, of South Carolina, said. Republican Senator Dan Coats said the meeting produced "a very adult discussion." "Instead of being on the campaign trail and the president trying to make his point, we were working together and talking together about the real essence of our problem and how we can get this thing turned from this never-ending short-term fix fiscal cliff stuff into a long-term solution to our fiscal problem," Coats, of Indiana, said on Thursday on CNN. Senator Tom Coburn said Obama raised the issue of reforming entitlement programs. Such programs, which include Social Security and the Medicare health insurance plan, are exempt from the recent budget cut but make up a huge and growing portion of government outlays as the nation ages. Whether Republicans would be open to raising revenue through changes to the tax code, as opposed to politically charged tax increases, has been an ongoing issue for conservatives. Coburn told MSNBC those at the dinner were willing to pay "the political price" of losing their seats in Congress to fix the debt crisis. Although Republicans noted the meeting was a constructive start, Coburn added that it would take time to rebuild relationships between the White House and Republicans. "If you've had years of having somebody put their finger in your eye and question your motivations and ascribe things to you that aren't accurate, that takes some healing," the Oklahoma Republican told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Thursday. Next week, Obama is meetings with members of both political parties on Capitol Hill.

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While I don't doubt that, perfect, I do not think Obama seeks to accomplish real socialism i.e. government seizing ownership of the means of production.

Instead, he prefers leaving the ownership in private hands while dictating to them how they have to do business. This is the fascist economic model.

btw I've always been fair about this - I consider both parties to be fascists in their own ways. Whether it be fascism over your personal life or fascism over your financial life, I despise it. Fascism is the polar opposite of libertarianism. It can draw elements from both the far right and far left, and is really more about populism-driven statism than serving the left or the right.

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He is a leech sucking off of us and you think it is ok for him to spend your money. Then you want to take the money people paid in SS so he can waste that to. Your an ass and deserve to be in the position you are in.

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