Bohener: ‘So Be It’ if GOP Policies Cause Job Losses

February 16, 2011


4 Responses to “Bohener: ‘So Be It’ if GOP Policies Cause Job Losses”

  1. majii on February 16th, 2011 8:06 pm

    I guess Boehner is more than satisfied now since the House voted against the alternate F-25 engine which is produced in his district in OH. He was in favor of it, but many members of his own caucus voted against it today. Doh!

    Ezra Klein is asking whether Boehner is a good Speaker. Klein says he is because he’s sticking to what he said about posting bills and amendments on line before votes are taken. I say no, because he’s a hypocrite on job creation and economic recovery, the #1 issue on most Americans’ minds. He promised jobs before the republicans re-claimed the House, but refuses to make them a priority now that he’s the Speaker. I also think it looks bad for him having members of his own caucus vote against him at least 3 times last week and on the F-25 bill today, but Ezra is entitled to his opinion.

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  3. Bob@Common Sense Conversation on March 30th, 2011 6:46 pm

    Odd. You claim in the title that Bohener says who cares…but in the article were careful to leave it OUTSIDE the quotation marks.

    Earlier in the post you have to resort to name calling, “…into a three ring circus, complete with a right-wing freak show.”

    Sucks when the facts aren’t on your side, eh?

  4. Sue on March 30th, 2011 7:05 pm

    Hey Bob:

    Thank you for your comment, but you are wrong on all counts. The phrase “who cares” does not appear in my title, “Bohener: ‘So Be It’ if GOP Policies Cause Job Losses.”

    Further, “who cares” does not appear in quotation marks in my article, because it’s not a direct quote. Boehner’s statement “So be it,” is properly quoted both in my title and in the body of the article.

    Nice try though.

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