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Durbin: Entitlement Reform is "On the Table," Just Don't Mention Any Specific Ideas

Marc_H Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 5:51 PM
liberalim: the idea that somehow i belong to the goverment, not the other way around
debir Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 5:54 PM
"Stupid-Party" RINO-Neo-Cons,

Pathetic-Habitual-Losers,

To the highly-politically-skilled, Corrupt-Criminal, Obamination-Admin-Cabinet-Depts-Agncs, Activists-Operatives, Axelrod-Jarrett-DWS, Reid-Schumer-Pelosi-Cuomo-Bloomberg-Brown,

Lib-Dem-anti-American-Communist-Marxist-Socialist-Cabal !

AL,

Is here to school you,

RINO-Loser !

Listening to his sound-legitimate pro-USA-pro-USC political-platform-policy-strategy-methods-tactical-advice is the

"GOP's only chance for rapid recovery !"
debir Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 5:55 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 !

You will invariably hear over the coming weeks that our politics are broken because these damned Republicans refuse to compromise on anything.  This narrative, to put it bluntly, is a lie.  John Boehner reportedly offered hundreds of billions of dollars in new revenues during debt deal negotiations last summer (only to have Obama pull the rug out from under him), as did the GOP contingent on the 'Super Committee.'  Democrats shut down that plan, too, then refused to offer a single unified counter-proposal.  Sensing that they've backed their opponents into a corner in this dispute, liberals are aggressively...