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21 comments to “Celebrities Voice Their Opposition On Twitter To Government Shutdown!”

  1. mikal says – reply to this


    who cares what the Left Coast liberal lunatics think. Grasp this. More than half! More than half of the nation is opposed to this tragic mess of Obamascare. Wait till it hit's the average American. Even those that voted for him. You'll see when the roosters come to roost.

  2. cat says – reply to this


    Perez, I enjoy reading your blogs, but PLEASE stay out of political posts. There are many conservative readers on your blog… try to remain bias.

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  4. alexis760 says – reply to this


    Re: cat – to remain UNBIAS you mean

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    Obamacare…..passed ONLY by Dems w/o any R input. Majority of people against. Upheld as a TAX. Enforced by the IRS which targets conservative groups. Big business, Unions and Congress exempted and the D senate REFUSES to discuss ways to improve and help the working individual. Now imagine if a R pres passed a law like this. Bet you all would be singing a different tune…..

  6. yes says – reply to this


    yeee because they all get some bail out money from federal reserve … and they all in love with uncle obama …

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    Someone should teach the Republicans how a democracy works. When you're in the minority, you might not always get your way. Not a reason to shut down the government. When will you stop being a joke to the rest of the civilized world? =/

  8. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: skodko – Someone should teach America how to set up a proper shut down system. It's not about finger pointing left or right. In other advanced countries, only the government houses shut down, and the seniors still get their benefits, worker still get paid, foodstamps are still issued. Those other governments have a built in process that forces a decision to keep things running. They can't take their ball and go sulk and blame.
    The U.S. system stoppage hurts the little people. If ONLY House and Senate public servants stopped getting paid along with stoppage of all those kushy written in perks like free hairdressing and much more, you'd see a political solution hammered out in a real hurry.

  9. yeeright says – reply to this


    shut down is a circus to get through dysfunctional obama care/scare and her comes some holliwood clowns with ”opinion” …

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    Re: skodko – Takes 2 to shut down the gov't not just the R's. D's refused to talk, negotiate or even make an attempt to resolve the issues. R's asked repeatedly. D said no. Too bad. while the D's may not like the tactics they certainly should recognize them as they have done the exact same thing when they are the minority. Unless and until both sides talk and go unpaid and live by the very laws they pass nothing will change.

  11. Velenski says – reply to this


    Re: mikal – You are wrong, figurs show increase of support to that bill and is now at almost 57%

    only 28% says no or not sure yet and the rest has no opinion.

    Obamacare is the best thing that could happen in the US

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    "One faction of one party in one House of Congress in one branch of government doesn’t get to shut down the entire government just to re-fight the results of an election"

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    Re: MewLover34 – Well apparently they do….but not without the help of the D's and O who threatens veto and refuses to even meet. So childish. How would you feel if R's passed a law w/o any D support, then exempted R contributors and themselves from said law, the law was upheld as a TAX and the gov't agency in charge of enforcement was targetting liberals, and finally, R's refused to talk, negotiate or discuss any alternative. Would you still stand by your position?

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    What a sad day for democracy??? This is democracy in action. Obama shouldn't be allowed to force is version of the budget down everyone's throats.

  15. you alway get all wro says – reply to this


    Seen by many as an attempt by Republicans to hold the American economy hostage in order dismantle Obamacare, the government shutdown could cost the nation $1 billion a week.

    What a sad day for democracy!
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    No it's actually a sad day for Democrats …

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    "Keeping the people’s government open is not a concession to me. Keeping vital services running and hundreds of thousands of Americans on the job is not something you “give” to the other side. It’s our basic responsibility"

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    What are you guys talking about? The republicans have made it perfectly clear that this is about getting "Obamacare" overturned. Obama already did comprise and negotiate, thats why the the law is pretty flawed in its current form. However that doesnt change the fact that the act was passed with a MAJORITY in 2009. Using it know as a reason to hold the country hostage is pathetic. Theyve voted on it +30 times and have failed to get it overturned. Get a budget made and do what is best for the country, not their own ego. I do however admire how passionate those ultra conservative christians are about making sure that poor people cant afford healtcare. Thats what Jesus would do!

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    Well as a senior living on Social Security and a small pension I am not sure how this affects me. I got my Medicare in May and also have a Medicare supplement plan that costs me nothing. I would be very concerned if my supplemental coverage was wiped out as the insurance agent told me it is a government subsidized program. I frankly cannot afford what I would have to pay under Obamacare if this happens and will just let the government put me in jail or prison and pay for my housing and food. Would sure cut down on my bills although would curtail my occasional vacation.

  19. The Matrix says – reply to this


    Chicken Little said: The sky is falling. The sky is falling. Really?

  20. CP says – reply to this


    Lets be honest about one thing. This government shutdown is not a case of normal bipartisan gridlock. There is only one political party causing this crisis. It's the same party that told us that's exactly what they intended to do. The Tea Party republicans/libertarians don't believe that government can or should solve problems. They campaigned on the idea of a shutdown. "Government sucks" is their rallying cry. To them, a government shutdown is a win. We know this because they say it all the time. When they said it on the campaign trail, crowds cheered. This is exactly what they said they would do. The only surprise about this situation is that anyone is surprised. So if you voted for any of these guys, this shutdown is you.

  21. idea says – reply to this


    some one should shut down that mally syruss or how are you write it …!?