Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Republicans Dream...

They wanted to kill it, and they did, along with the future of nearly 700,000 Americans. The bill failed today with with only 56 votes in favor out of the 60 needed. I guess I'm not going to college after all, or serving the army through military. I'm about go walk... Don't expect new posts for a while. I feel like my life just came to a stop, but I'll keep my head up, and search for another way to excel. In the meantime, just show support for those whose dreams were deffered.

88 comments:

  1. The current politicians in office only care about the interests of their friends. The entire city consul where I grew up is either currently doing hard time or is being audited by the feds for corruption. Hooray democracy.

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  2. Isn't that what MLKJ named his book in the boondocks? lol random.

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  3. Which bill failed exactly? I missed this one.

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  4. The dream is gone. We can only dream my friend. Reps are going crazy.

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  5. Good luck bud, hope it works out for you

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  6. Damn that sucks man. Good luck with whatever you do next though.

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  7. that's shit :(

    i read through your earlier posts.. interesting stuff dude

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  8. shitsux man, also dont ask dont tell didnt get revoked :(
    republicans sure suck ass.

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  9. Shit man I had a feeling this would happen. But I though you can gain citizenship through the army? or maybe join FFL and become a French Citizen?

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  10. Sorry to hear dude, I'm sure you'll find a way

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  11. It sucks, but life is what you make of it. You can't base your whole future off of one bill. You'll make it, and you'll find a way.

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  12. What's funny is that a majority of senators supported opening the bill for debate. But, because of republicans, this country no longer works on majority rule.

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  13. Wow, that's so close. It's incredible it even got that far. Give it another go man, it's not impossible! I think we're on the edge of massive political reform. If Dems can keep a stong standing this and next political season, we will see a TON of great changes happening. Mostly thanks to the internet, really.

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  14. Sorry to hear. What exactly got shot down in the political system?

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  16. wow this is very interesting. keep em coming

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  17. maybe your misfortune will open some doors for you !

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  18. Hmmmm yeah, I don't know why you expected anything else bro =p

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  19. Fuck the republicans - now my brother has to wait for an immigration reform....

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  20. you mean the dream bill?

    yea such a loss man, BUT and im just throwing this out there... obama only supported the bill to take some heat off the crap the he is supposed to be doing, such a fail president

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  21. This terrible. republicans make me sick :(

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  23. You got that right survivor :D

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  26. Can't wait until you start posting again!

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  27. no good bro. Armys not too bad, its all about job selection. Love where im at right now in the army. Best of luck to you. Following, hope to see updates soon

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  28. Unfortunate. Best of luck to you.

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  29. Sucks bro. Just keep on keeping on. Chin up and stiff upper lip. Don't stop.

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  30. pfppfpfpfpfp oh sorry fartsies.. >=(

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  31. Well, that was a depressing ending. Always keep searching. No matter how hard you hope and prepare and learn, it still takes a dash of good fate.
    It's not like it was a LANDSLIDE defeat, so who knows, things may change in the future. You are still pretty young. I think.
    What I am saying is, don't let this be a major hurdle on your track.

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  32. It was pretty close, maybe in the future it may pass, until then keep posting and don't let it get you down man.

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  33. Very close! Oh man.

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  34. Those evil white republicans! Shame on them

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  36. keep your head up! things will get better

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  37. Showin support for an awesome post :D

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  38. Showing support for an awesome blog man maybe you can check mine out sometime

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  39. Just wanted to check in today to see if there were any new posts... Guess you are feeling like shit cause its empty!

    Don't worry man, you'll end up all good.

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  40. Dude, I can't believe this wasn't passed I fully supported and wrote my legislators, unbelievable that the democratic process has so utterly failed us

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  42. ouch dude that rly sucks i saw this on the news. nice blog btw

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  44. I believe you'll be fine bro. Good luck.

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  45. yea but democrats still have the senate

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  46. Well written, but these are things we face everyday. Unfortunatly

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