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Steve Benson for October 16, 2009

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    Motivemagus  about 12 years ago

    Cute lil’ devil-elephant!

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    petergrt  about 12 years ago

    A useful idiot.

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    kennethcwarren64  about 12 years ago

    scott – WOW, you have the right (or maybe I should say RIGHT) idea for all the wrong reasons. I think America would be a better place if all the Real Republicans drove all of those False Republicans out of the Party.

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    RussellNash  about 12 years ago

    Right, because then the republicans would never have the majority of anything.

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    Charles Brobst Premium Member about 12 years ago

    Her vote wasn’t needed.

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    petergrt  about 12 years ago

    “Her vote wasn’t needed.”

    but what ever happened to by-partisanship, inclusion, and such?

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    Simon_Jester  about 12 years ago

    I just want everyone to be aware of something

    scottfreitas’ views are the same as those of the vast majority of conservative Repulbicans in this country…as well as those on this board.

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    Dtroutma  about 12 years ago

    Scott makes me think of two words he leaves out of his rants, “Sig Heil”.

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    believecommonsense  about 12 years ago

    peter, the Sen. Finance Committee accepted more than 100 amendments to the bill before passing it. That is bipartisanship. It happened. What didn’t happen is EVERY GOP amendment being accepted, thus they claim no bipartisanship; they lie. Sounds like a little kid arguing with another little kid when he doesn’t do EVERYTHING the first kid wants.

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    petergrt  about 12 years ago

    “Finance Committee accepted more than 100 amendments to the bill before passing it.”

    Its all smoke and mirrors - no substance.

    I watched a bit of the ‘proceedings’ and Republicans, except for Snow, were treated with utter disdain.

    Just as an example:

    How can you possibly defend your beloved Democrats for turning down all attempts to make the proposed bills public, at least a few hours before they vote on them?

    This shouldn’t be a matter of partisanship - its due process in most democratic institutions. Just check with you village elders.

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    petergrt  about 12 years ago

    Yes, some examples, as when Republicans Borked judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg?!?

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    believecommonsense  about 12 years ago

    peter, don’t much care about what your perception of attitudes was. I’ll restate the FACTS:

    The Senate Finance Committee adopted more than 100 amendments made by GOP sponsors. That’s what bipartisanship means.

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    believecommonsense  about 12 years ago

    oh Howie, facts are always welcome, but so few appear here from conservatives. Perhaps you could start leading the way and present facts yourself!

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