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07:51 AM on 09/08/2010
Bulldoze the Senate, it's useless.
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09:13 AM on 09/08/2010
#100

The Roman Empire had a Senate that was about as effective, too.
07:50 AM on 09/08/2010
What the heck is wrong with us? We should be making judgeships a victory. What's wrong with Emanuel? He's supposed to be a politicial genius, and he can't get our judges confirmed? Maybe he should spend some time with American concerns for a change and let others act as Israeli agents. This article shows why Demos are broken- hearted now.
07:48 AM on 09/08/2010
Gibbs and Obama have lost sight of their own party: ""And look, every president and Congress of different parties is going to have some fights about this....". Since when are Obama, Reid, and Pelosi not in the same party.
from ' told y' so, Hilary 2012
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simplify
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07:12 AM on 09/08/2010
Like all good modern Democrats Obama is powerless in front of Republican opposition. That's their JOB and they're very good at it.
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outlandish
In something we trust
07:11 AM on 09/08/2010
There is a war being waged on the American public and every segment that is pro public is being undermined.
The Supreme court might as well wear corporate logo's on their gowns to show who owns them.
Sociatal organizations like NAACP are being vilified.
Lies about climate change are being paid for for the biggest environmental vandals.
Where big money is being spent on propaganda weak minds fall for the shiny million dollar slogans and concerted efforts of promoters of the destruction of what America should be, like Lonesome Rhodes Beck.
These rodeo clowns have only one desire, their own wealth and will say and promote any lie as truth to satisfy theit greed and ego.
Too many Americans are ignorant of history and only concerned with their own personal and immediate satisfaction.
What took 30 years to break should be fixed the day after the inaugeration inspite of the unholy efforts being done by the opposition to make it unfixable.
Team that with a corporate owned fiscally conservative media that won't call them out on their lies and destruction and the sheer gullibity of people, to believe what the media is being paid to tell them and voila America is dumded down subserviant and subjegated to the mega rich overlords, who profit in boom times, recessions and depressions.
If the Unions built the middle class, ask yourselves. Why are the target for destruction? They are fighting the battle to keep American jobs in America and workers rights.
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Good Googli Moogli
I Pledge Allegiance to the Doobie-puff puff PASS
07:19 AM on 09/08/2010
talking true
talking true
oh my goodness talking true
08:29 AM on 09/08/2010
I see why you have so many fans, outlandish.

You speak the truth.
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06:45 AM on 09/08/2010
Obama is a loser.
06:48 AM on 09/08/2010
Only if he can;t learn.
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outlandish
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06:49 AM on 09/08/2010
He won!
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07:14 AM on 09/08/2010
I'll wager he won't win a second time.
06:29 AM on 09/08/2010
Wait until the next recess, I smell some appointments coming.
07:55 AM on 09/08/2010
What's wrong with NOW. THEY'RE IN RECESS NOW. RECESS APPOINT EVERY SINGLE ONE.
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08:16 AM on 09/08/2010
Yes, why not now??? Because Obama is paralyzed. I need him to become active. He needs to put "Yes, we can!" into action. Why is he so fearful and plodding?
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ApolloniaCreed
08:50 AM on 09/08/2010
Because they wouldn't be permanent appointments. What do you think is the point of the stalling?
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PerryLogan
Only psychos and fascists have Kill Lists.
06:20 AM on 09/08/2010
I wonder what this means in the face of Obama's repeated--and infinitely demoralizing--emphasis on "bipartisanship."

We know Obama is farther to the right than any Democrat ever. He is, in my view, basically a neocon posing as a centrist Democrat. I cite the administration's actions on human rights, which are farther to the right than any President in U.S. history.

And yet the Repubs are behaving even worse than ever. Could Obama's obsessive reaching across the aisle have somehow infuriated them? Or did they see it as a sign of weakness?
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Kitten Kramer
America has lost the dream a long time ago
06:45 AM on 09/08/2010
I am really tired of Obama trying to please the republican party. They don't want him to reach across the aisle and work with them, they never have and never will. The republican party is out for the republican party period.
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Kitten Kramer
America has lost the dream a long time ago
06:46 AM on 09/08/2010
If your not a republican then they will have nothing to do with anybody else. Why can't he and his advisors see that. Let them then complain that he isn't working with them because then we can throw it right back in their face.
06:13 AM on 09/08/2010
If anything, the BushvGore issue shows that judicial appointments are what politics is largely about. The game is fixed by whose judges are on the bench.
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06:07 AM on 09/08/2010
Its all about stacking the courts with right leaning judges, A right leaning court is better that a Republican Congress.
05:50 AM on 09/08/2010
I'm surprised it isn't Bush's fault.

I mean, really with democratic majorities controlling both houses in congress, it must be the republicans fault.

Maybe if all senators and all congressmen were democrats, then this whine fest of blaming republicans would end, but I doubt it.
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05:55 AM on 09/08/2010
You don't pay much attention to the senate do you.
More than 200 filibusters to date. A party that is bent on the destruction of America to win an election, aided by the corporate pseudo democrat blue dog shills.
Bush is responsible for the mess we are in. His party is responsible for the chaos of government.
06:14 AM on 09/08/2010
And supporters and voters are equally guilty.
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Kitten Kramer
America has lost the dream a long time ago
06:50 AM on 09/08/2010
You nailed it. Why can't the American people see that all the problems we have with wars; jobs, ecomony etc is all a fallout from the Bush adminstration.
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EbonBear
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06:18 AM on 09/08/2010
You guys just love to ignore the Republicans unprecedented abuse of the filibuster.
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outlandish
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06:36 AM on 09/08/2010
They don't ignore it, they fear change that will make their outdated hate filled world irelevant. If the Democrats had the ability to effect change, their petty, trite and corrupt world would dissapear.
This is why their masters spent so much money courting and supporting the Republican plants known as blue dogs.
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jackinthegreen
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04:29 AM on 09/08/2010
Helpless? How about SPINELESS?
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vetxcl
12:39 PM on 09/08/2010
how about bought off just like their opponents?
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Kitten Kramer
America has lost the dream a long time ago
07:16 PM on 09/09/2010
The democrat party and Obama are showing their SPINLESS side front and center.
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Tom95134
03:59 AM on 09/08/2010
What I would like to post here I cannot because the reviewers would block it.

However, the first word begins with "F" and ends with "G". The second word is Republicans.
03:53 AM on 09/08/2010
All this means is that criminals are having to sit in jail longer.
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Tom95134
04:03 AM on 09/08/2010
Justice delayed is justice denied. Not all cases that come before a Federal Bench are criminal cases. Many may be cases dealing with liability, e.g., product liability, which means that the aggrieved party is being denied their day in court.
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Impaler
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05:43 AM on 09/08/2010
That's BS most of these cases are a the state level. most of what the feds hear are appeals of cases already decided in a lower court.