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As Democrats and Republicans reach a compromise on a budget bill that will fund the government and avoid a government shutdown next year, outside conservative groups are trying to stand in the way of what they see as a bad deal - and House Speaker John Boehner is not happy about it. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
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All of our politicans should think how IN-HAPPY the people of the USA are.They will find out next electionWe the people of the USA have had it with these TRAITORS to the people of the USA.The new motto will be-ALL INCUMBANTS MUST GO and that includes both parties.Wake up people of the USA before it is to late.Jim Thomas PHX.Az.
Well it's nice to see common sense enter the mind of the speaker of the house, but it took sooooooo long ! It's going to take a long time to temper down the hate machine forged by the Koch Brothers. I always like to point out who the actual enemies and financiers of plots against our USA are. I do have advise for the Koch Brothers and their so called Tea Party followers... and that is simply : This is the US of A and we have elections here, elections are how we govern. If you don't like it, please by all means leave it. There has to be some country somewhere where they'll take you or at least some rock to crawl under. Congrads Speaker looks like you may have at last, found a set.
I think the deal is bad but at least they are trying to work together but i feel its a little late to want to work together we know how they are. thank you