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Pat Oliphant for February 10, 2010

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    wrmswt  almost 12 years ago

    Shovel them in instead of out, walk away, get to work.

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    blackash2004-tree  almost 12 years ago

    He was the one driving the democrat bus.

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    Frannie L  Premium Member almost 12 years ago

    Shoveling a busload of whiners won’t help. Walk away and get to work.

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    cdward  almost 12 years ago

    With help like that, who needs opponents?

    BTW blackash, learn some grammar.

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    MelChamp1  almost 12 years ago

    Yayy Pat! So unbelieveably spot on!!

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    tcolkett  almost 12 years ago

    The snow is the “Party of No”.

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    d_legendary1  almost 12 years ago

    I think this is a play on FDR’s make me do it speech.

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    kdiesel  almost 12 years ago

    I think the nearest guy on the bus steps must be Rep Boehner spouting advice – great analysis of his 4 objections to the health care proposal by Rachel Maddow last night – all four items that he demanded are already in the bill…

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    Dtroutma  almost 12 years ago

    Then there might be the fact that record (ever) snowfall actually represents CHANGE! It IS climate CHANGE, not just warming, folks.

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    treered  almost 12 years ago

    we needed hope and change and we still do, but we also need a lot of strong backs to help with the heavy lifting. you thought one person could do all this in one year? we got many years of hard work ahead just to get back to where we were in 2000. thanks a lot bush, and do we miss you? yeah, we do, like we miss the black death…

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    d_legendary1  almost 12 years ago

    ^No one is that psychotic Machado.

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    kennethcwarren64  almost 12 years ago

    Cheney/Bush is not change, do you really want them back, and if so why?

    Based on what they did while they were in charge, what makes you think they would be better then Obama and the Dems.

    Hope and Change, we got (thank God) change, Cheney/Bush are gone, but we didn’t get what we hoped for which was the mess to be cleaned up and something done about health care.

    We may not have the finest healt care in the world, but we have to admit that they have the finest lobbist in the world.

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    agent.007  almost 12 years ago

    Where to begin? Busload of whiners? Like those who expected O to end the wars and cut the defense budget and to have an open administration? Oh yes, they must have believed that O’s keynsian hyperspending would put people to work like he said it would but isn’t. And, according to funnyman Troutma, global cooling is as much climate change as is global warming, so we’re all still in peril of a ghastly future unless we do something drastic, never mind what exactly.

    And Rachel, how could Obama have put Republican ideas in his health bill when it’s common knowledge that Republicans never had any ideas? Gee, another thing you must have been wrong about.

    And yes, O was driving the bus, wasn’t he? If not, who?

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    charliekane  almost 12 years ago

    …and meanwhile, Rome burns…

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    zekedog55  almost 12 years ago

    Oh yeah, “The good old ‘Bush’ years”…Wow! What pleases me is reminding the neo-con Bush gang that candidate Obama would not have had a snowball’s chance in hell in the primaries let alone the big game if it weren’t for the nigh on absolute farcical governance of big-shot “W’s” two terms. I really am thankful that the Bush/Cheney phenomena was instrumental in prodding our electorate to vote in a true leader. Now if we can only halt our politics as entertainment fixation and begin to work on some long term solutions to the challenges facing our nation and the world perhaps real change will be birthed.

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