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Surprise: President Who Once Warned Against Changing the Filibuster Now Supports Changing the Filibuster

debir Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 6:08 PM
GOP "Stupid Party" Loses in the 2 safest Rep 2012 Senate elections ! Duh, Akin in MO, duh, Murdoch in IN, Duh ! Where's your outrage at such Monumental-Colossal-Reckless-Irresponsible-Moronic-Stupidity, GOPers ? You better wake up now or the USA will become Mexico-Lite ! Advice for today-2014-16: We lost the election to a highly-politically-skilled, but-unworthy-Admin, by our incompetent-political-policies, non-existent-effective-political-strategies-methods-tactics, being out-of-touch-disrespectful-condecending-abusive-rude, concerning womens-political-personal-opinions-viewpoints-issues-concerns ! Wake up, bring back the women voters and the other groups will folloiw, bring in alot of qualified women-R-candidates now-2014-16 !
Ohio_Conservative457 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 6:33 PM
Debir...

Stupid is... as stupid does!

We cannot and will not be liars and not true to our conservative principles!

The Self-Anointed Messiah got nearly 99% BLACK votes, most illegal and legal Hispanics and damned near ALL of the young hussies for the cost of a contraceptive morning pill!!!! Like I Said....

Stupid Is... As Stupid Does!

If these idiots want to fall over the fiscal cliff and end up with nothing in the end.... At this point... I say go for it!

Yeah... It'll kill us tax-wise... but in the end... those welfare rats will see a rude awakening when they have to get a friggin job and finally for the first time in most of their worthless lives.... PAY TAXES!!!

Fiscal Cliff... Here We Come!!!

TCG-L

Actually, no surprise at all.  This development is as shameless as it was inevitable:
 

Jumping squarely into the white-hot debate currently being waged in the Senate, the White House on Wednesday said it supports Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's efforts to change the rules of the upper chamber. "The President has said many times that the American people are demanding action," White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer said in a statement to The Huffington Post. "They want to see progress, not partisan delay games. That hasn't changed, and the President supports Majority Leader Reid's efforts...