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REPUBLICAN GAINS HIT DEFICIT PANEL
The article on line has a different headline and certainly avoids making this point directly
is all it says – then speaks at length about the difficulty of garnering the required 14 votes within the commission.
Still, when it comes to the Nancy promised vote in Congress we get
Simpson noted that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had promised a quick up or down vote on any recommendation that receives at least 14 votes from the commission’s 18 members, but said he considers any vote unlikely during the lame duck session of Congress. Bowles confirmed that the incoming speaker of the House, Republican John Boehner, had made no such commitment.
Even better, from Meow Mix Sr himself
Does it mean I get to draw some frozen but undiminished checks for a while? Will the GOP take credit for it? Tricky!
This one is a real head scratcher for me. But I live to eat another day (frozen, but still people food)
Long live gridlock!.
Nothing startling here, just the chill of those two words
It conjures a very devious and manipulative alien. Now the whole thing
After talking with President Obama for two hours, Republicans said Tuesday that they were “pleased” and remained committed to finding “common ground.”
I am sure that back in Troy, when the soldiers who came out of the horse let the other invaders in, they exchanged the same smiles….
There’ll be a while till the truth gets to the Trojans.
In O’ville, this is the most popular topic
My question for them is: how different is “Bipartisan” from “Post-partisan”?
It was the stated agenda of The One when you thought he was progressive.
At a time when a candidate had to contrast war and misery to peace and prosperity.