Rep Anthony Weiner (D-NY) Loses It

Submitted by: madest 6 years ago

He embodies the passion thats missing in politics. Yay for you Weiner!
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Male 190
dems specialise in projection? what are talking about.

He`s yelling because the republicans have filabustered (SIC) every piece of legislation so far. I think he is just pissed that they are blocking progress whatever it may be... even if it`s to help 9/11 volenteers.... wake up douche
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Male 496
"He thinks he can intimidate people into believing he`s right."

Dems specialize in projection, don`t they?
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Male 17,512
Linkenberger: That`s the really sad part, It`s all an act. Weiner was sent out as an `Attack Dog` by his party`s leadership. He knew damn well the bill will re-introduced under the normal procedural rules after the August break. This was a last minute rant, To make a cheap political point.
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Male 1,164
Jerk or not, right or not, he obviously cared about what he was talking about. He showed passion. That`s, kinda, not in politics anymore.

Was kinda nice.
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Male 36,400
And here`s the TRUTH:

Weiner`s LIEING! It`s a trick, a trap and dirty politics.

Listen to what Weiner`s responding to, then what he says.

The truth is there`s nasty laws hidden in the bill and guess what? The Republicans don`t like it, so they`re VOTING NO! Just like Weiner says they should. All Weiner has is screaming. No truth, no morality and certianly not one shred of integrity.
Just FYI.
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Male 185
Figures the only Dem with any balls is a Weiner.
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Male 1,107
Hehe. Weiner.
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Male 17,512
auburnjunky: Agreed, Just ask Roland Burris or Valerie Jarret, Who Obama tried to bribe Blagojevich to appoint for his old senate seat.
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Male 3,364
"Whether his approach was correct or not, this is the first politician with passion as well as common sense that I`ve ever seen."
KittehDee...don`t forget about Alan Greyson
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Male 10,339
@handys:

Do you know if he ran unopposed in his election?

Given the right time and place, anyone can become a senator or representative.
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Male 2,402
Yet he`s serving as a US Rep. I guess you have to be an idiot to attain that position. Something you yourself can accomplish?
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Male 561
The man is an idiot.
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Male 2,402
You can`t help but get jacked up for that man. Wouldn`t matter is he`s Republican or democrat. i`d vote for that kind of passion as president material anytime. You tell them Hot Dog man and slap more relish on that bun while your at it!

Is it me or did that podium seem to sink into the ground everytime he laid the smack down on it.
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Male 17,512
Thetas: [quote]..Well, no, they try to get a law passed and then two different houses composed of both democrats and republicans (Currently more republicans), and go from there.[/quote]

Hold on a second there, Let`s get some facts straight. The democrats hold a large majority of the house of representatives and a filibuster proof 60 (out of 100) seats in the senate.





So get your facts straight, Before you stick your foot in your mouth again.
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Male 17,512
madest: [quote]CJ, There`s no chance you would have been a 1st responder because no terrorist is going to bomb your trailer park.[/quote]

Insults again and again and again, It`s sad how intellectually neutered you really are. There are people that`ve had frontal lobotomies that can debate better than you can.
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Male 1,184
Yeah.. umm.. as much as I hate Republicans Luniz, Thetas is right. They THINK what they`re doing is good for the country. They aren`t trying to destroy it.
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Female 124
Boy, with a name like that, it`s no wonder he blew a fuse...I bet he`s been waiting to say that for a while now.
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Male 25,416
wow!
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Male 240
Dayyyyum! That was some badazz place putting!

"The gentleman WILL observe regular order and SIT DOWN!"

Add me to the Wiener 2012 list...
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Male 1,136
LOL... weiner.

But for cereal, this man is kickass.
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Male 10,339
Well said thetas.

drating crazy ass republicans.
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Male 141
yesh! Wiener for Prez!
Byaaaaaaaaawwwwwhhhh!!!
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Male 80
that was hardcore.
Wiener for pres 2012
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Male 1,540
That being said...

drating crazy ass republicans.
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Male 1,540
Now, how exactly are republicans terrorists? They try to get people to do what they want through fear? Well, no, they try to get a law passed and then two different houses composed of both democrats and republicans (Currently more republicans), and go from there. Now it`s your last comment that really put a stick in my wheel. How can you say, "Nice way to put your argument, just call the other guy and idiot. Sounds like more Republican Garbage to me..," when your entire argument was based off of calling republicans names and spewing out a bunch of emotionally charged drivel without actually saying anything of value?
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Male 1,540
@Luniz82
I can agree with you in disagreeing with republicans, but I can`t agree with your argument. Firstly, I`m not sure who you`re referring to when you say "government types," because that brought about images of the secret service, NSA, CIA, FBI, every branch of military- All of the government employees who get their hands dirty, and have volunteered to do it. You do know our entire military is a volunteer military, don`t you? Now can you honestly say, with all your heart, that all "republicans" want to do is see this country fall apart? That`s ridiculous. They try their best like everyone else to do what they believe is right for this country. Deny help from government? You know the basic principal of a lot of those programs is to take money from people who earned it and give it to other people for free. Is that the kind of nation you want to live in, where all the money you make goes to people who often just refuse to get a job because they`re comfortable
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Male 5,314
what
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Male 10,339
@madest:

I applauded this guy.

I complimented him for his passion.

Stop trollin`.
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Male 7,378
AJ: The non republican who defends republicans.
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Male 10,339
@luniz:

Sorry bro. Didn`t have time to retort. I got poo to do.

Also copying your liberal friends.

If they don`t feel like making a point, they say racist, or party of no, etc.

So that being said.......
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Male 907
He lost it? To the contrary, that was chock full of WIN!
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Female 803
Whether his approach was correct or not, this is the first politician with passion as well as common sense that I`ve ever seen. Politicians love to d*ck around in hopes that it goes on so long the other party just gives up.

On another note, I need to watch CSPAN more often.
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Male 125
Wow, Christian Bale is in politics now?
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Female 723
I love his courage, but I don`t respect his inability to keep his emotion from spirally into an angry fit of rage. There was too much mocking and telling the other man to sit down than reasoned argument.
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Male 569
Good day, Sir. I SAID GOOD DAY!
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Male 1,399
PLEASE let this guy run for President.
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Male 587
Nice way to put your argument just call the other guy an idiot. Sounds like more Republican Garbage to me.. Well put Auburnjunky. Cant say anything intelligent might as well verbally attack the other party.
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Male 7,378
CJ, There`s no chance you would have been a 1st responder because no terrorist is going to bomb your trailer park.
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Male 17,512
madest: This had nothing to do with 9/11 responders, It was a gambit played by the democrats to shut the Republicans out of the process. They lost the game but got to falsely smear the Republicans anyways.

These kind of theatrics belong on Broadway, Not Capitol Hill.
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Female 316
That was awesome! And good for him for not letting the other dude intimidate him into shutting up and saying what he had to say. Weiner FTW!!!
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Male 235
MAN
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Male 10,339
Most of the comments on this thread are very well put. Congrats.

Luniz however. You are an idiot.
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Male 587
Republicans are the worst kind of terrorist. They try to destroy and rip this country apart any chance they get. republicans love to send us to war and kill our countrymen and then deny any kind of help from the government that the people can use. Complain about anything that is designed to take power from them and their corporate buddies and return it to the people it belongs. The people that actually keep this country running not you government types who do nothing but play puppet master and never get your hands dirty.
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Male 587
That is the same anger the people should have towards the republican party. They would rather hold us back as long as they can so they can pass the ides when they are the majority. If they lets the dems pass it and it works then it makes the dems look good and god forbid that happens republicans would rather see this country go down the toilet then let the other guy come up with a good idea. Kill them all.
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Male 2,005
i like this guy
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Male 125
Andrew Weiner 2012!
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Male 5,190
We need more people like that.
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Female 614
we need more of him. the one-line sentence describing it said all you really need to know.
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Male 792
He should run for prez. :D
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Male 317
I loved how this turned into a political debate, when clearly this guy was just mad because they were stalling instead of just voting no or yes.

I`m in sales and I get that crap all the time, people are scared to say NO and that`s the truth.
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Male 886
I like Weiner.

O.o

I never thought I would say that in my life...

Seriously though, what he is railing against is unfortunately typical American politics.

I like people who think they can make a difference and Weiner seems to believe that something different than this pathetic status quo is possible.
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Male 103
what a wiener
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Male 7,378
Republicans hate the fact that the majority of America rejected their policies in the last election. They should be directing their anger at their own party instead of democrats because the party of "NO" will only progress so far.
The party of "NO" has already become the party of yes to Wall Street, yes to BP and now it turns out they don`t care about 9/11 1st responders. We`ll see how all this plays out in November.
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Male 17,512
goaliejerry: Also, The democrats haven`t bargained in good faith this entire session, To call `Bad Faith` now is hypocrisy of the highest order.

The democrats have loaded every major bill this year with pork projects and spending, This one is no exception. This bill is to cover nearly a million people, According to the CBO estimate including over 500,000 residents of New York (That lived in the area on 9/11) that were not `responders`, `clean up crew`, or `heroes` in any sense of the word. It`s no wonder this bill is going to cost over $7 billion dollars.

I`m all for paying the `heroes` health bills, Even though their own insurance should cover it. But covering every resident of Lower Manhattan is a bit much.
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Male 17,512
goaliejerry: The democrats could`ve passed this bill with a simple majority, Just like they have every other bill passed so far this session. Instead they decided to circumvent the normal procedure that would allow Republicans to offer amendments to the bill. That meant they needed two thirds of the house vote to pass it.

This was a political hatchet job from the start, Weiner`s fit on the house floor was all for show. The bill will be re-offered after the August break and this time amendments will be allowed and the bill will pass. This ploy by the democrats was a transparent as cellophane and an absolute shame that they are playing this cheap political game.
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Male 448
One of the few that actually act the way a senator should act. I would love it if he ran for president.
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Male 1,108
De-caff for someone in future.
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Female 4,028
I think someone told him one too many wiener jokes and the poor guy just snapped.
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Male 4,014
* north of the Mason-Dixon.

But don`t worry. The 9/11 responders - the "Heros," - won`t receive cent one from Uncle Sam. Thanks Republicans! USA! USA!
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Male 4,014
SUMMARY OF WHAT WEINER IS SAYING IN POLITICAL SPEAK:

Republicans, particularly in the Senate, on many matters, will pretend to bargain in good faith - offering amendments, seeking concessions, shaping the ultimate bill, which Democrats agree to in order to gain votes - and when the final bill shows up, full of Republican concessions, they vote AGAINST IT ANYWAY.

Had they just said NO from the beginning, there would have been a vote, it would have failed, and we`d have moved on. Instead, they intentionally drag their feet, for the sake of impeding government, only to just vote NO anyways.

DON`T BARGAIN IN BAD FAITH. DON`T BE COWARDS AND PLAY OUT THE CLOCK.

DaBigMachine - Go check out , specifically the generic house ballot. Gallup.com

Open anti-Muslim prejudice doesn`t play well
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Male 4,014
Because of the failure of this bill, a court settlement involving this class of people has to be approved by 95% of the class, meaning ALL people in the class must split approximately $790 million dollars.

If the settlement is not accepted, then each - and every - single - 9/11 claimant must settle his or her individual claim through a separate suit in court.
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Male 4,014
"Yes, I`m sympathetic to the 9/11 heroes, But $5 billion ?! It`s not going to cost that much to build the new WTC tower. I mean damn, Why so much ?"

We`re talking a poo ton of people facing fatal illness, FUTURE illness, and payments to the families of the dead. One dead person is easily worth a million dollars. There are thousands affected - we`re not talking just people there on 9/11, we`re talking people who dug out, and cleaned up the wreckage.

In order to create a self-sustaining fund that can pay the LIFETIME medical costs of thousands of affected individuals, you have to fund the trust with substantial principal to ensure that interest earned will cover the costs.
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Male 3,631
For embodying the passion - Yay
For compromising policy integrity in the name of bloc-voting - Nay
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Male 736
that was awesome
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Male 1,526
This guy sounds angry over something, clearly not a small issue with him. And what he was saying sounded sincere.
But I don`t really know much about what is going on, just the regular pushing of agendas and sponsored golftrips.

but showing real emotion like this is good to see, I approve, but not if he does that every time.
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Male 363
I applaud for that man
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Male 10,339
This happens in the house nearly every single day.

They were probably on a recess. Didn`t sound very full to me.

He would not have done this during a full session.

That being said, everything he said was dead right and I applaud him.
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Female 683
This was really incredible. :/ You rarely see this kind of passion in anything, let alone politics.
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Male 591
Wow! It`s a Democrat with an actual spine that isn`t afraid to call out the Party of No (a.k.a Republicans) on their crap. Quick, someone clone him!
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Male 59
I don`t care what any of you say against him. For once someone has grown enough balls to stand up for what`s right: Voting on what you believe in, for the people, not voting to get yourself ahead in life like most of them do. If you really look at why they`ve stalled and why they go back and forth like with health care reform they were only being so judgmental because insurance companies and doctors were bribing their way into the Senate, and instead of them telling them to f**k off they greedily would accept the cash and try to kill the bill.
While not the same case, it`s obvious that the government is full of corrupt f**ks, it`s really good to know that at least one of them is going to do what he thinks is right for the people and not for himself.
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Male 10,845
Bringing home the pork.

As if my Joe Barton or Kay B. Hutchinson hasn`t tried to do the same. Albeit a lot less passionately.

(and yes I know which houses they serve in)
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Male 316
The cameras were rolling. He`s hamming it to the max.
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Male 9
Yo bitch im the real slim shady i ain`t gonna sit!
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Male 37,888
Political Bitch Slap
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Male 125
@SilverThread & elhowell: Again read my first post. the Democrats didn`t NEED ANY Republican votes for this bill if they truly wanted it to pass. They just didn`t want extra controversial amendments to the bill to be stripped out later that didn`t relate to actually helping the 9/11 responders.

That`s why they went with a 2/3 vote instead of a simple majority vote which they easily had enough votes for. It`s political gamesmanship at the expense of the worthy heroes who deserve help.
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Male 105
Good for that guy. He`s wrong, but he`s got the correct idea on how a senate should operate.
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Male 125
@Golden1: So you don`t know anything about this guy, but if he`s wrong (and he always is) he should be where he is as long as he`s passionate? Really?

So all you want from people is to be passionate, and then they deserve to belong doing what they`re doing? Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, Castro, Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Unibomber were all pretty passionate too.

To be clear, I`m not comparing Weiner to these guys (he truly is just a weiner), I`m just making a point about here rather poorly thought out statement on passion alway being alright whether you`re right or WRONG.
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Male 3,431
He is dead on. He is arguing for HEALTH CARE for rescue workers the helped in the cleanup after 9/11. Many of those workers are now afflicted with cancer and are dieing or have died as a result of the exposure to carcinogenic chemicals and the "gentleman" mentioned didn`t want to vote "no" on the healthcare issue and seem like an ass hat so he was trying to belabor the vote with procedural rhetoric. He needed to be called out and he got the verbal ass kicking he deserved.
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Male 168
Dude, he was pissed. But seriously, I respect that passion.

dabigmachine.. did you just say "Pork Spending"??
I`m not even sure what that means.

But since your not pointing out facts, you must be full of pork spending.

Dems and Repubs, they could both be better.
But it`s rare when you see a politician who is passionately standing up for the people. dig it
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Male 8
Weiner has a point ("if you believe something is right, vote for it"), but he is playing partisan politics too. He seems to be unwilling to make compromises, which I have a problem with. Get the bill right, then pass it, don`t try and push it through by screaming.
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Male 1,193
Forgot his medication
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Female 123
I don`t know what he is talking about and I don`t feel like looking it up but this is awesome. Right or wrong he is passionate and I`m glad he is where he is.
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Male 36,400
@jimistik, yo bro! Take a free Obamacare pill dude! The all caps? NOT a good idea for a dude your age!
This Weiner guy is a Screaming Mimi, just gets up there and shouts about nothing. He`s a tool, a puppet, hardly someone to be accolated, nevermind emulated, eh?
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Male 125
@jimistik82: No, Baelzar right. Check the Democrats poll numbers and public opinion numbers. Obama at 43%, Super Majority led Democratic Congress approval at a record low approval of 11%. Unemployment still hovering at +/- 10% nationally. Consumer confidence keeps dropping. Those numbers aren`t the recipe for success...
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Male 75
BAELZAR YOU ARE A DOUCHEBAG OF THE HIGHEST ORDER. YOU WOULD BE WISE TO WATCH THAT "THE HOLE YOU DIG FOR OTHERS IS THE HOLE YOU MAY BE DIGGING FOR YOURSELF".
I CAN`T WAIT FOR THE SHOCKWAVE THAT AWAITS YOU AND THE REST OF YOU SCUMBAGS IN NOVEMBER 2012
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Male 325
Too bad they can`t take him seriously `cause of his name.
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Male 125
Weiner played a calculated card of partisan politics. The Dems loaded the bill with a bunch of other pork spending that had nothing to do with the 9/11 responders and opted to require the bill to pass by a 2/3 vote instead of a simple majority, which WOULD have passed. But, they wanted a 2/3 vote that would have not allowed for revisions that would have removed pork out of the bill later. This is a Democratic move to score political points instead of just HELPING 9/ll responders with a simple bill that didn`t have all the tack-ons.

Put it this way. If Dems can pass the Healthcare, Stimulus and the Financial reform bill with little or NO Republican votes, do you really think they couldn`t have passed this bill if they wanted to? Who`s really playing the games here? The Progressive Democrats... AGAIN!
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Male 17,512
goaliejerry: $5 billion is a huge sum of money for something that their current health insurance and workman`s compensation should already be paying for.

Yes, I`m sympathetic to the 9/11 heroes, But $5 billion ?! It`s not going to cost that much to build the new WTC tower. I mean damn, Why so much ?
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Male 4,680
@Baelzar- Seems like a lot of people on here are criticizing him actually. Regardless of whether he`s right or wrong though, it`s nice to see someone who`s not afraid to speak up and voice his opinion without shame.

@jimistik82- Spellcheck. Use it.
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Male 1,399
Awww, look at all the useful idiots cheering for their hero. Keep laying down those well-intentioned bricks on your road to hell.

Can`t wait until November, then 2012.

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Male 196
The only weiner in the world, besides mine, that thinks straight!

You`re a winner, Weiner!
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Female 2,120
This guy is amazing. Good for him to stand up like that. We need more people like this.
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Male 75
i am an ironworker and was there on 13 sept.2001 - i still have issues 10 years later
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Female 1,380
lol for some reason that made me think of the scene in willy wonka and the chocolate factory when willy wonka is screaming at charlie in the office.
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Male 75
Finally one of them found their balz! effin rebupliscumbags are called out on the pusy stall tactics that are holding up progress here..we are stuck because of a southern rednek policy of if the presidents fails they win. the he loses we win policy is packed with unintended consequences for the jakoffs
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Male 4,014
But help firefighters? NOPE.
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Male 4,014
"@BigMordecai

...9-1-1 responders... not 9/11 responders..."

No, it was a bill to compensate 9/11 emergency response personnel for the permanent damage they suffered as a result of prolonged exposure to the trade towers dust.

"NEVER FORGET" Republicans love to remind us. Using 9/11 for political gain was the Republican forte, but pay for permanent injuries of the police and firemen who inhaled the dust that day? NO WAY!

NOW Republicans care about spending. NOW when they are facing an election in November they put their foot down. Its OK to spend BILLIONS invading Iraq and Afghanistan, and saddle this country with long term debt by giving MASSIVE TAX CUTS TO RICH PEOPLE.

BTW - What good did those tax cuts do? More deficit, less revenue, and the economy collapses in 2008. We could have used that revenue to PAY FOR THE REPUBLICAN WAR IN IRAQ.

Republican solution today? TAX CUTS FOR RICH PEOPLE.

But h
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Male 46
@ BigMordecai, I don`t think looking to another even far more corrupt bureaucracy is really an answer.

What would you prefer the money went to?
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Male 313
Weiner is right. Dems are out of their minds. A bunch of lawyers ramming poo through.

They deserve the weiner.
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Male 94
Plus emotion shouldn`t judge the use of such massive acts and funds- it will only lead to folly. I really am finding more favor in the Chinese technocrats over the American political bureaucrats.
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Male 94
The bill costs 5 billion. Why so much for something which should be supplementary to their current medicare. Really wouldn`t it be cheaper to send a cash reward? Plus while 9/11 was tragic and had great magnitude, there are other catastrophes aside from 9/11 where people take great personal risk trying to save people. In this event there were just more and once and more importantly to a politician everyone was watching like everyone watches him now.
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Male 559
Finaly, a democrat who isn`t a pussy! It`s about time someone in congress stood up to the lying republican *sswipes.
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Male 159
I love the lazy, quiet applause at the end, as if nothing of interest just happened. XD cracked me up for some reason.
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Male 441
Mr. Weiner goes to Washington. Holy poo.
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Male 17,512
Spider_sol: The Firemen, Police, Paramedics, And others already have some of the best health care there is. AFSCME negotiated it in their contracts long ago. It`s unnecessary.
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Male 17,512
Weiner living up to his last name again, He`s screamed before, He`ll scream again. It`s his way of looking passionate, But he`s really just being a Dick.
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Male 1,451
Hemtroll, republicans voted to not give 9/11 heroes (firemen, cleanup crew, etc) free health care. (Men and women who risked their lives saving others and the cleanup crews who had to breathe in toxic chemicals from the wreckage)

I really don`t see how this is a NO vote.

These are heroes who need our help. They are just like the soldiers who have returned injured and the many more who will return with psychological problems. They served our country; our country should serve them in return.
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Male 4,014
I need to add more "Gentleman / lady" and "Sir / Madam" to my political rants. Seems so classy!
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Male 36,400
He`s `passionate` but he`s still
A lieing Democrat *sswipe
Who does whatever his puppemasters tell him to do.
But he does it `passionately` Oooo! I`d prefer he grew a spine and a `pair` and did WHAT HE WAS ELECTED TO DO and work FOR the people.
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Male 815
@ElSombrero

i was going to post "lol...weiner" but i chose not to

LMAO
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Male 4,867
thats one badass mofo.
i support that gentleman
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Male 815
ha! if only every politician were like him
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Male 363
I don`t know anything about the politics behind the video but that was awesome!
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Male 196
If it`s someone you like, they`re passionate. If you don`t like them, they`re psycho.

We could do with a lot less screaming/crying/etc. in Congress and a hell of a lot more actual ideas.
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Male 674
Bolivian flake is in the house.
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Male 4,014
Republicans voted NO to provide healthcare for the 9/11 responders.

"The Gentleman will sit! The Gentleman is correct in sitting!" Awesome.

My only complaint? This post`s title had so much POTENTIAL. Like "Weiner Erupts on GOP," which I didn`t realize until I saw it in writing elsewhere.
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Male 716
I know there`s going to be a "Haha Weiner" comment here eventually
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Male 352
He repeated himself way too much. Plus, I think this was just a publicity stunt, considering the yelling was not necessary to get his point across. Otherwise, I agree with him on the facts, so there`s not much else I can say about it.
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Male 11
he didn`t lose it, he went up there knowing full well that he was angry, and that he was damn well gonna act like it. politics needs more actual opinions, more real rants, and less politeness and political correctness.
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Male 7,378
Link: Rep Anthony Weiner (D-NY) Loses It [Rate Link] - He embodies the passion thats missing in politics. Yay for you Weiner!
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