Washington (CNN) - Congress is facing yet another government shutdown threat this week as it confronts the expiration Friday of its latest short-term spending bill.
Legislators are set to consider a new spending bill that would keep the federal government funded through December 16, according to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Virginia.
Again? hahaha, congress is a joke(both sides of the aisle should be held responsible). Oh well, at least the system's working how its supposed to.
These band-aid approaches are required, to prevent excessive spending by the Democrats.
100% of the blame should be leveled at the GOP-baggers. It is those Norquist cult followers that are hell-bent on shutting down government. There has never been a more open display of domestic terrorism and treason than what is on display from the right-wing today. And anyone who supports them should face the firing-squad right next to them for giving aid and comfort to the enemy. Civil war is coming, choose your side wisely.
This is getting ridiculous!
Here we go again. Why didn't the House take care of this a week ago? Oh yeah, they were busy voting on important stuff like "In God We Trust" and other high priority, right wing, social engineering issues.
OH NO; Obama will be out say seniors won't get their checks, the military won't get paid.
Prepare to get “Weinered" by Obama.
Nothing the GOP/Teatrolls love better than destabilizing, economic confidence ruining brinksmanship....
More fearmongering to stir up the masses. Lets start to Occupy Politician's Offices. No need for tents; we'll all just hang out in the reception area. People should also start calling their local politicians to set up meetings with staff members. Making em all work for a change.
Let it all get destroyed. I don't care anymore.