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Who cares? The next SCOTUS nominee does. The Keystone XL pipeline does. Federal lands that would benefit from energy exploration does. The repeal and replacement of Obamacare does. Need I go on? To place the bar for concern or celebration at going from a minority caucus of 45 to a majority caucus of 60 in one election cycle is an unfair metric. Get real about this, contribute to the top 15 candidates and vote!
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BREAKING: Eric Holder to Resign

DocForesight Wrote: Sep 25, 2014 11:34 AM
Exactly how was Romney involved in committing war crimes?? And you liberals had full control of Congress and the WH for two years but you didn't see fit to indict and convict Bush/Cheney of any war crimes then -- why not?
Are you really that dense or willfully blind that you don't recognize when evidence is deliberately destroyed or "lost" or when those in charge of locating and collecting the subpoenaed information slow-walk the process as an effort to stall the proceedings? Innocent people have no fear of the evidence that exonerates them from being presented. Guilty people do exactly what Lerner and Koskinen have been doing.
At least he received a vote. The Senate Democrats assured that Miguel Estrada never was given that courtesy, despite having a stellar legal background and record of accomplishment. Cry me a river about Debo. And I could care less what his ethnic background is or whether his name sounds unusual.
To whom are you referring, exactly? Are you saying someone like Tom McClintock (CA) needs to be replaced? Be specific, please.
Yeah, Bush "bilked" that money all right. For his personal gain, no less. That and for his buddies and their Swiss bank accounts, you know. He's not asking for your respect -- maybe to use some common sense. Are we at war against radical Islam or not? They have declared war on us - as far back as 1979 in Tehran - but we didn't recognize it nor respond to it. They finally got our attention on 9/11/01 and you want to quibble over the cost of trying to defeat this asymmetric enemy and their state sponsors? Let our military do what they are trained to do without ridiculous rules of engagement and politicians playing armchair generals. This enemy respects nothing but force.
Yes! Andrew McCarthy explains quite clearly the challenge of impeaching Obama for his lawlessness - the public has not associated his policies with him personally, thus they have no appetite, yet, for bringing up charges. The lower ranking officials, however, garner no such public sympathy. It's beyond high time to bring Koskinen, Holder and others up for these charges and begin to show we will not tolerate their abuse of power.
Does that make her "bipolar"? DTL -- I think you meant "polls". LOL Have a relaxing Labor Day!
DoctorX -- Your low swipe at Kurt's education achievement (which he simply states with pride that he did so without cheating) is par for the course of deflection that liberals practice when confronted with a stark comparison as demonstrated here. What is telling is the lack of response by the other Democrat candidates to this fellow traveler of the Angry Left. The contrast couldn't be more clear, yet you want to make it about the author. Lucky for us, Montanans won't be fooled or swayed by your feeble attempt at deflection. Say "good bye" to Max Baucus' senate seat! That's one down, 5 to go for a Republican majority and relegating Harry Reid to Minority "leader". Yee haw!
Are you certain that, if Obama grants them amnesty in September, that they can vote in November?
Yes, and it was Republican senators who attended the Wellstone memorial to pay their respects who were criticized for even being there. Remember how Sen. Tom Harkin implored the Democrats attending to "do it for Paul!"? One of the most disgusting displays of dancing on the grave of a fallen colleague to score political points that I can recall. Not unlike the New Town school murders.
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