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    SuperLib

    More disinformation above. The legal status and benefits between the legal and illegal aliens is far and wide.

    Posted in: Obama spurns Republicans with immigration orders

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    SuperLib

    give amnesty to people, the majority of them by breaking the law, illegally and jump to the front of the line to people who have done nothing but follow all the rules and have been waiting for many years justifiably and these people can get screwed??!

    Obama gave none of those things. My guess is that you are just repeating things Republicans say in the bubble because misinformation is the key to Republican anger. After that they no doubt told you that it will destroy America, then finished by saying its your duty as a patriot to stop Obama and save the country. It's the usual 1-2-3 of the right wing propaganda machine.

    Posted in: Obama spurns Republicans with immigration orders

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    SuperLib

    Jeeze Obama if you don't get what you want you shoukd threaten to shut down the government and default on the debt. Everyone knows that....

    Posted in: ABC, CBS, NBC decide not to broadcast Obama's immigration speech live

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    SuperLib

    How can anyone, President or not, address Republican concerns on any topic when Republicans are unable to create a unified platform on anything?

    Posted in: Obama to unveil plan to fix 'broken' U.S. immigration laws

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    SuperLib

    Something doesn't add up with this guy and the stories I've been reading....

    Posted in: 'Pick-up artist' Blanc banned from UK

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    SuperLib

    but the Republican House of Representatives blocked it and failed to agree on its own alternative proposal.

    Pick any major issue and you'll find that's the problem.

    Posted in: Obama to unveil plan to fix 'broken' U.S. immigration laws

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    SuperLib

    Assad was left in power. How did that work out?

    Posted in: Iraq starting to push back jihadists

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    SuperLib

    Will Putin give up power after a 20-year run of Russia or will he continue to rule long after?

    Posted in: EU sanctions separatists as Ukraine crisis deepens

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    SuperLib

    Putin needs to return to the place where he tells people what to think. I can imagine he's not going to be very comfortable in other situations.

    Posted in: Putin denies he left G-20 summit early due to criticism over Ukraine

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    SuperLib

    No worries. Boehner should have the Republican plan rolled out any day now. He keeps telling his smart voters that.

    Posted in: Obamacare 'stupidity'? New energy for repeal push

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    SuperLib

    OK, Republicans. Time to govern.

    Posted in: Republicans take control of U.S. Senate

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    SuperLib

    OK, Republicans, let's see you lead.

    Posted in: Republicans take control of U.S. Senate

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    SuperLib

    Obama won't sit and talk and compromise? With whom, exactly?

    The "no compromise" stance of the Republicans means they can't even reach deals within their own party. Obama and Boehner had a deal hammered out during the first round of budget talks only to have Boehner back out of it when the Tea Party said they would go after him.

    And look at Ted Cruz. He's hated by more Republican senators than democrats. And it's not because he's willing to compromise.

    Want to know why Republicans have no immigration policy? It's because they can't agree on one. Right after talking about suing the President for acting on his own, Boehner holds a press conference and tells the President to act on his own during the Texas border crisis because his party can't agree on their own plan.

    Go down the list. A budget? Good luck with that. As if Ted Cruz would ever agree to a Paul Ryan budget.

    Republican leaders have had insane interactions where Republicans in the Senate are telling the House not to pass legislation or else they'll vote against it. Republican lawmakers have pulled their own votes on their own bills since they didn't realize until after that other Republicans wouldn't go along with it.

    There's a reason why their entire platform is anti-Obama. That's all the leadership they have. I'm still waiting to hear about Republican accomplishments over the past 6 years but the word "Obama" is the only thing you're allowed to start your sentences with.

    Should we expect big changes with the GOP controls Congress? Sure, if they start to agree with each other. But I can't imagine Republicans will be able to do that. More fractures, no leadership.

    Posted in: Democrats slipping in Tuesday's Senate contests

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    SuperLib

    We should have voted for the guy who vowed to write off the bottom 47%.

    Posted in: Democrats slipping in Tuesday's Senate contests

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    SuperLib

    Republicans will have to run on an anti-Obama ticket since they have no accomplishments over the past 6 years. What could they legitimately point to? I've asked that questions many times here and have gotten no responses.

    This election comes down to 2 things: low voter turnout and a large number of Democrat seats up for grabs. Republicans in the bubble will point to victories as evidence that the US is finally breaking their way, but approval ratings for their party are still at historic lows. Obama may be in the mid-40s but Republicans overall would love to get their hands on that kind of rating.

    But Republicans, if in control of both houses of Congress, will be under severe pressure to govern

    Right. That pesky "govern" thing. They can pander to their base with catchphrases such as "taking back America" and "ending the socialist nightmare" but that only works if they are in the minority. There is still so much infighting in the GOP that it's hard to see how they could govern their way out of a paper bag. There is always a chance that they can change and form unified platform on important issues, but that would take courage. And why stick your neck out when you can repeat the same old phrases and hopefully keep your job. Republicans are more focused on winning battles and losing the war and 2016 won't be any different.

    Just about everyone agrees that the GOP has a problem with women and minorities. That's why the White House is a pipe dream. Will their takeover of Congress change that? Or will they keep going down the same road? That's the real question. If they use this midterm election as some kind of validation of their platform then I think we know the answer.

    Posted in: Democrats slipping in Tuesday Senate contests

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    SuperLib

    So why is she testing herself daily? And what happens if she does start showing symptoms while she is out in public? She says "oops" then heads home?

    Posted in: Nurse defies Ebola quarantine in U.S.; rides bike

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    SuperLib

    “Our supreme interests, with security and the unity of Jerusalem first and foremost, are not among the top concerns of those anonymous elements that are attacking us and me personally,” he said.

    Not sure what that has to do with settlements....

    Posted in: Israeli leader lashes back at harsh U.S. criticism

  • 0

    SuperLib

    The price we pay for our guns....

    Posted in: 2 dead, including gunman, in school shooting near Seattle

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    SuperLib

    Absolutely insane.

    Posted in: FBI: Denver teenage girls may have tried to join jihadis

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    SuperLib

    Their problem is that fresher alternatives like Chipotle, Subway, and Panera are just as convenient and don't cost much more.

    Posted in: McDonald's profit slumps, sales fall worldwide

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