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I'm a little surprised Shumlin was that transparent and overt in declaring the scheme was too expensive. He's been masterful at helping force the closure of Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant even though it recently received approval by the NRC to continue providing low-emission, on-demand, reliable, affordable electricity to Vermonters. Tough beans, Shumlin!
Ever since she demagogued Bruce Hershenshon (sp) to win her first senate term, she's been an embarrassment for the state of California. She was also knee deep in the House bank check kiting scandal. She's an intellectual lightweight and doesn't deserve another day in the Senate.
That's the spirit! Assemble the circular firing squad before the new congress and their new chairmen present their ideas on countering and thwarting the Obama agenda. Perfect attitude to take - if you're an Eeyore. What you can do is keep their feet to the fire because, unlike with the Dems, you at least have some influence. Use it.
A parade of disgusting mouthpieces in the service of POTUS - Gibbs, Carney, now Earnest. Where is a Tony Snow-type character when we need him?
Yep, the mask is off again. When he's off script, the truth comes out. Isn't it reassuring that he knows that the action he unilaterally took to "change the law" is the same action he told us a score of times that he could not do? Constitutional scholar - not!
As with Gruber-gate, if the public is not informed, the public cannot register their displeasure. Not broadcasting this "declaration of amnesty" merely advances the ball by keeping it under the radar. Devious.
So you think Romney is a "marxist"? Really? Let's remember: Romney was governor of dark blue Massachusetts. States are to be the testing grounds for programs before they might be implemented nation-wide. His legislature was controlled by Democrats so he agreed to a program that was to accomplish a result they deemed necessary. It didn't work out so well after enacting it. And for that you call Romney a "marxist"?
Paul Ryan explains complex budget and tax concepts better than just about anyone in Congress - and does it in a way that does not come across as "draconian" or "mean-spirited" - and some of you would rather ignore or throw his talents away because of the issue of the priority of steps to deal with illegal immigration. Do you really think he'd vote against securing the border with a double-walled, tall, patrolled fence along those miles where it makes sense to do so? He's not that squishy or tone-deaf.
My former home-state has become even more radicalized - almost as bad as I am under Boxer and Feinstein. It's a pity when otherwise thinking adults can't look at projects logically and in their total context, without getting distracted by emotional appeals by enviro-radicals. Canada will continue to extract and process the crude. The world will continue to burn the end products. The climate will continue on its merry way regardless of what we do - always has, always will.
We complained but no one in the MSM listened - they didn't need to since there was no competition for their reportage. That has changed. Democrats behind Reid secured their limitations to whine or complain now with the "nuclear option".
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