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Shaheen can't be spoon fed the questions prior to the debate in a Townhall venue, hence her absence.
After Wisconsin's record $977 billion dollar budget surplus which prompted Walker to return $827 million of surplus tax revenue back to the state's taxpayers its remarkable this is even a horse race. Walker should be lauded by Wisconsinites after his bold measures saved the taxpayers millions and returned cash strapped school districts to solvency despite the doom and gloom predicted by the Union goons. In Wisconsin apparently no good deed gets appreciated, the fools!
A bit of anecdotal information from my physician. While in for my annual check up my Dr. informs that his patient load is down due to ObamaCare. That because of exorbitant deductibles which can never be met patients are staying away in droves. So much for improving the health of the Nation. ObamaCare has by every metric been an abject failure. It cannot and should not be fixed. Nothing other than complete repeal and redrafting of the law cause resolve this debacle.
First Rule: Government is infallible. Second Rule: If someone in government employ screws up, see Rule #1.
Didn't these guys ever hear of "Go to Meeting"?
How many laws have Holder and Obama broken? The real question is why are they not in jail?
..hate no fury.. not ...hate no fury... Freudian slip, oops.
To paraphrase, "Hell hate no fury, like the Obama Administration spurned." Or in the words of Valarie Jarrett, “After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded, the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay."
Hyperbole to gin up fear and forward an agenda. "Never let a crises go to waste", and in the absence of one create it.
An uneducated populous is pliant with public opinion that is easily malleable. Now we learn this: The federal government is hiring what it calls a "Behavioral Insights Team" that will look for ways to subtly influence people's behavior, according to a document describing the program obtained by FoxNews.com. Critics warn there could be unintended consequences to such policies, while supporters say the team could make government and society more efficient. While the program is still in its early stages, the document shows the White House is already working on such projects with almost a dozen federal departments and agencies including the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture. "Behavioral sciences can be used to help design public policies that work better, cost less, and help people to achieve their goals," reads the government document describing the program, which goes on to call for applicants to apply for positions on the team.
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