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Passage of the historic measure was expected to usher in a 51-vote majority next week. The win is the culmination of six weeks of Republican efforts to win the support of Democrats and increase their ability to boot Obama out of office without force.
Stunted and displeased, Republicans settled into their office in a parking lot outside the Capitol and sat on chairs in a common observation area that rode with them to the top of the stairwell. The office was clean — a bit damp and muddy from an early night of snow — with many GOP members in needed of extra clothes, babies and a drink of water.
It was not quite midnight when House Committee on Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling finished signing a letter for a vote before dawn Wednesday to begin negotiations with Senate leaders in order to reinstate debate on amendments to delay the current scheduled debt limit hike and monitor cost increases on government payouts.
This was a rare step of bad faith, driven in large part by opposition from GOP leaders, the President's own party and the auto-producing auto industries that dominate the auto industry sector.
The deal to allow debate opened over Democratic objections to it. Not only did Obama not respond to comments from Reps. John Force, R-Fla., and Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., both of whom approved the release of the workers' letter, but a group of rank-and-file Republicans filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit last month seeking the return of $580 million thrown away by 12,000 American auto workers who entered the NLRB.
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