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A leading Republican predicted Sunday that President Obama’s appointment
of 15 officials while sidestepping Senate confirmation would make it
more difficult to get bipartisan support for future legislation.


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Bipartisan support? snerk

Best advice...tell the congressional Republicans to go **** up a rope.



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Conservatives - just pretend Obama's health care legislation is another
unnecessary war and you'll feel better about it.

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Democrats Defend Appointments
By JOSEPH BERGER

A leading Republican predicted Sunday that President Obama’s appointment
of 15 officials while sidestepping Senate confirmation would make it more
difficult to get bipartisan support for future legislation.


****

Bipartisan support? snerk

Best advice...tell the congressional Republicans to go **** up a rope.



--
Conservatives - just pretend Obama's health care legislation is another
unnecessary war and you'll feel better about it.


And the same advice when the Republican's get a majority? They are supposed
to represent the people, not their party!


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Democrats Defend Appointments
By JOSEPH BERGER

A leading Republican predicted Sunday that President Obama’s appointment
of 15 officials while sidestepping Senate confirmation would make it more
difficult to get bipartisan support for future legislation.


****

Bipartisan support? snerk

Best advice...tell the congressional Republicans to go **** up a rope.



--
Conservatives - just pretend Obama's health care legislation is another
unnecessary war and you'll feel better about it.


And the same advice when the Republican's get a majority? They are
supposed to represent the people, not their party!



They might get a majority in the next 20 years if they wise up and stop
listening to nut jobs.

They, the Republicans, are not representing their constituents, and they're
certainly not doing them any service by refusing to do work.

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They might get a majority in the next 20 years if they wise up and stop
listening to nut jobs.

They, the Republicans, are not representing their constituents, and they're
certainly not doing them any service by refusing to do work.

I'm afraid our guys are going to get trounced come November.
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On 28/03/2010 3:34 PM, Bill McKee wrote:
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Democrats Defend Appointments
By JOSEPH BERGER

A leading Republican predicted Sunday that President Obama’s appointment
of 15 officials while sidestepping Senate confirmation would make it more
difficult to get bipartisan support for future legislation.


****

Bipartisan support?snerk

Best advice...tell the congressional Republicans to go **** up a rope.



--
Conservatives - just pretend Obama's health care legislation is another
unnecessary war and you'll feel better about it.


And the same advice when the Republican's get a majority? They are supposed
to represent the people, not their party!


Well, in the case of banks, GM and the civil service, they get to vote
for big debt-taxing government. Most likely democrats for more debt.

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On 28/03/2010 4:16 PM, hk wrote:
nom=de=plume wrote:


They might get a majority in the next 20 years if they wise up and
stop listening to nut jobs.

They, the Republicans, are not representing their constituents, and
they're certainly not doing them any service by refusing to do work.

I'm afraid our guys are going to get trounced come November.


Yep, need a little churn in DC. Most people have been against the big
bailout, massive debt and health care. Going to be interesting to see
how the democriters do at poll time. Most are already running scared
and trying to duck their track records.

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Canuck57 wrote:
On 28/03/2010 3:34 PM, Bill McKee wrote:
wrote in message
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Democrats Defend Appointments
By JOSEPH BERGER

A leading Republican predicted Sunday that President Obama’s appointment
of 15 officials while sidestepping Senate confirmation would make it
more
difficult to get bipartisan support for future legislation.


****

Bipartisan support?snerk

Best advice...tell the congressional Republicans to go **** up a rope.



--
Conservatives - just pretend Obama's health care legislation is another
unnecessary war and you'll feel better about it.


And the same advice when the Republican's get a majority? They are
supposed
to represent the people, not their party!


Well, in the case of banks, GM and the civil service, they get to vote
for big debt-taxing government. Most likely democrats for more debt.


If you get an e-mail from deplum asking for Walker Bay info, just
mention her eyes. Don't say anything else.
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On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 15:56:59 -0400, hk
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Democrats Defend Appointments
By JOSEPH BERGER

A leading Republican predicted Sunday that President Obama’s appointment
of 15 officials while sidestepping Senate confirmation would make it
more difficult to get bipartisan support for future legislation.


****

Bipartisan support? snerk

Best advice...tell the congressional Republicans to go **** up a rope.


I don't know why Obama didn't give 'em the bird when they first
decided to be obstructionists.

I say roll over 'em until they decide they want to play ball.
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On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 16:32:58 -0600, Canuck57
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On 28/03/2010 4:16 PM, hk wrote:
nom=de=plume wrote:


They might get a majority in the next 20 years if they wise up and
stop listening to nut jobs.

They, the Republicans, are not representing their constituents, and
they're certainly not doing them any service by refusing to do work.

I'm afraid our guys are going to get trounced come November.


Yep, need a little churn in DC. Most people have been against the big
bailout, massive debt and health care. Going to be interesting to see
how the democriters do at poll time. Most are already running scared
and trying to duck their track records.


Big bailout.

You mean the one designed, constructed and executed by GW Bush?
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On Sun, 28 Mar 2010 17:34:43 -0500, Larry wrote:

Canuck57 wrote:
On 28/03/2010 3:34 PM, Bill McKee wrote:
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news Democrats Defend Appointments
By JOSEPH BERGER

A leading Republican predicted Sunday that President Obama’s appointment
of 15 officials while sidestepping Senate confirmation would make it
more
difficult to get bipartisan support for future legislation.


****

Bipartisan support?snerk

Best advice...tell the congressional Republicans to go **** up a rope.



--
Conservatives - just pretend Obama's health care legislation is another
unnecessary war and you'll feel better about it.

And the same advice when the Republican's get a majority? They are
supposed
to represent the people, not their party!


Well, in the case of banks, GM and the civil service, they get to vote
for big debt-taxing government. Most likely democrats for more debt.


If you get an e-mail from deplum asking for Walker Bay info, just
mention her eyes. Don't say anything else.


Which Larry is this?

The gentleman or the scum bag, buttsniffing troll?

My guess is the latter.


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