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  1. eugene57 commented on Bob Gorrell 5 days ago

    Can we get the 2014 elections over before we start on the 2016s?
    (why are the republicons pushing so hard for Hillary to run?)

  2. eugene57 commented on Steve Breen 5 days ago

    Seems the Republicons are pushing Hillary Clinton more than anyone else, including Hillary Clinton.

  3. eugene57 commented on Chip Bok 9 days ago

    Would that you could post reality not RW fantasy.
    (see little has changed on this site. Except some posters have been banned that should not have been. Others should be and are still here){tigger}

  4. eugene57 commented on Jeff Stahler about 1 month ago

    and you are ignoring the lax gun laws in surrounding areas of Chicago.

  5. eugene57 commented on Marshall Ramsey about 1 month ago

    It is said, “truth is stranger than fiction”.

  6. eugene57 commented on Chip Bok about 1 month ago

    “Take Prilosec for instance.Cheap now,expensive when it first became available.”
    Cheap because the patent protections ran out, etc. It is no longer promoted by Pharm. salespeople to Doctors.

  7. eugene57 commented on Lisa Benson about 1 month ago

    jodtoad(?) is gone as well as 1opinion.

  8. eugene57 commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    Read David Gerrolds, “THE MAN WHO FOLDED HIMSELF

  9. eugene57 commented on Robert Ariail about 1 month ago

    Obviously you are working from a viewpoint of emotion, not information.

  10. eugene57 commented on Lisa Benson about 1 month ago

    Presidents of the United States have repeatedly asked the Congress to give them a line-item veto power.[citation needed] According to Louis Fisher in The Politics of Shared Power, Ronald Reagan said to Congress in his 1986 State of the Union address, “Tonight I ask you to give me what forty-three governors have: Give me a line-item veto this year. Give me the authority to veto waste, and I’ll take the responsibility, I’ll make the cuts, I’ll take the heat.” Bill Clinton echoed the request in his State of the Union address in 1995.9 Congress attempted to grant this power to the president by the Line Item Veto Act of 1996 to control “pork barrel spending”, but in 1998 the US Supreme Court ruled the act to be unconstitutional in a 6-3 decision in Clinton v. City of New York. The court found that exercise of the line-item veto is tantamount to a unilateral amendment or repeal of only parts of statutes authorizing federal spending, and therefore violated the Presentment Clause of the United States Constitution. As a result, it appears that a federal line-item veto will only be possible through amendment of the US Constitution. Prior to that ruling, President Clinton applied the line-item veto to the federal budget 82 times.
    source:From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia