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March 30th, 2012
01:06 PM ET

Budget superfail in Congress, yet again

Erin Burnett breaks down another budget superfail in Congress.


Filed under: Economy • Politics
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  1. Deborah3

    Why is Erin Burnett saying that the Democrates and Republicans are equal in the "War on Women"? I live in Arizona and we have at least 4 bills against women's health trying to be passed now in the AZ Legislature. I wrote an e-mail to Jack Harper (AZ-R) giving him my opinion on a bill they are trying to pass to let doctors not tell pregnant women if they are having a handicap baby so the women won't have an abortion. How dare they not let the woman make the choice? Who is going to take care of the baby? This is what he wrote back the me (You can check with NBC and ABC news tpo verify this):
    "Deborah,
    The only "laughing stock" in Arizona is the Democratic Party that has lost seats in the state legislature for five consecutive election cycles. Maybe you should change your baby-killer message. Why don't you move back to China where your "party" controls the message by force.

    Jack
    State Representative Jack Harper
    602-926-4178
    jharper@azleg.gov
    Erin Burnett I guess you care more about your job than stopping the Republican Party from turning the clock back on women 100 years? Shame on you.

    April 9, 2012 at 5:54 am | Reply
  2. Morgan

    There's one thing I noticed about the budgets recently voted on: Not a single Democrat voted for Paul Ryan's plan, and not a SINGLE Democrat voted for the President's plan either. If the issue here is not enough compromising, I'd say the Republicans are the ones who've been compromising while the Democrats haven't budged an inch.

    April 1, 2012 at 4:21 pm | Reply
  3. logic

    What the heck kind of word is "superfail" ?

    I thought I was on CNN,NOT niTwitter !

    March 30, 2012 at 6:26 pm | Reply

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