36

— The number of times the House of Representatives has voted to repeal Obamacare since 2011, according to the National Journal. That number will rise to 37 on Thursday, when the House votes on Rep. Michele Bachmann's latest bill.
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Rep. Michele Bachmann addresses a luncheon at the national Press Club in Washington, DC. on July 28, 2011.

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mantisdragon91
mantisdragon91

If only we can have a vote on holding their pay for the time spent on useless theatrics.

fitty_three
fitty_three

I wonder:

How many gilded turds does Boehner have on that big ol' desk of his?

PerryWhite1
PerryWhite1

Can you imagine what the country would be like if they'd passed 37 jobs bills instead?

sacredh
sacredh

Quitters never win. But if you never win and still don't quit, you're an idiot.

DonQuixotic
DonQuixotic

The GOP reminding us that nobody wastes time and money quite like them.

Arimathean
Arimathean

Cute.  I apologize for the slightly vulgar concept, but this is basically what it looks like when a legislative body engages in what might be colloquially be referred to as "pleasuring oneself".  Come on, Congress, if you keep doing this, you'll go blind.

Oh.  Too late.

fitty_three
fitty_three

Wait until Kbanger finds out that Thursdays aren't don't fee the troll days, they're really repeal Obamacare days.

He will be nonplussed.

Ohiolib
Ohiolib

37th time lucky, you think??

forgottenlord
forgottenlord

@MementoMori 

So....Bin Laden was right and the US should not be involved in the Middle East or Libya.  Bin Laden was an agent of God?  Does that mean that God is really Muslim?

fitty_three
fitty_three

@Ohiolib

Last week it was 35.  Did they append a vote to repeal Obamacare to the Pledge of Allegiance?