Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1394504 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...

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“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1008228 Oct 21, 2013
People losing their full time jobs because of ObamaKare and putting the IRS in charge of it was predicted before the bill was passed in Congress.
Guess who predicted this.

"We don’t want the peasants to find out they’ll lose their 40-hour-a-week jobs and health insurance plans. NOBODY, and I mean NOBODY will want the IRS enforcing rules made by medically ignorant, civil service employees.”
Nancy Pelosi

Let's compare that with Obama's statement on ObamaKare at that same time.

"If you like your current health insurance plan you can keep it."
Obama

It looks like Obama didn't have a clue what was in that piece of legislation, a recurring event.

Who wants to fund ObamaKare now?

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#1008229 Oct 21, 2013
shinningelectr0n wrote:
<quoted text>
I just finished reading a SA article about how researchers are finding a myriad of heretofore unknown reasons for weight gain and especially obesity. Generally, DNA has a lot to do with it but also environment, emotions, addiction(food additives!), etc.
IMHO, Food Technologists are Evil Wizards behind the silent curtain.
That's not to say, though, that personal responsibility in America is something that Magic Negro types would absolve us all of.
It's not your fault. Let Mother(government) make it better for you.
you learn to eat the way your parents eat. As far as DNA goes, I don't buy it. You can look back through history and no one was fat-but they weren't eating processed food, Fat-free food was not the norm- they were not microwaving food, there were no chemicals, or very few. Pharma was running rapid through everyone's blood stream. One antibiotic will screw up your system for life, if not repaired--A fact very few people understand. And there were no vaccines or ultrasounds. Those are all responsible for the onslaught of obesity and sickness today.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1008230 Oct 21, 2013
The Tea Party is the most destructive force in American politics today. Over the last few weeks, it has demonstrated again that its intent is not to shake up the establishment but to burn down the village. As a Democrat, I disagree with its policy positions, but its policy positions alone are not what make the Tea Party so dangerous. What makes the Tea Party dangerous is its members’ willful disregard for the most basic tenets of American democracy. They do not believe in the legitimacy of our president. They do not believe in the legitimacy of decisions handed down by our Supreme Court. Unlike President Obama, Harry Reid, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, or a host of other Democratic and Republican lawmakers who grasp the basic reality of politics, they have never, not once shown a willingness to compromise on anything. Merely uttering the word is enough to draw a primary challenge.

All this, despite the fact that the Tea Party represents the views of a small, ever-shrinking fraction of Americans. Even within the Republican Party, its members’ favorability hovers around 50 percent, the lowest of all time. Their recent legislative strategy, a word that can be used only in its loosest sense, led to 144 Tea Party House members voting against a bipartisan compromise simply to open the government and avert default. But when Reuters polled people who weren’t satisfied with last week’s outcome, only 2 percent said it was because the House passed the Senate’s bipartisan bill. Only 5 percent said it was because Republicans compromised. Only 3 percent said it was because default would have taught our government an important lesson. Most people said their main dissatisfaction was with the ugly process the Tea Party dragged us all through.

And yet, somehow, this small minority of Tea Party House members, who represent less than one half of one legislative body in one branch of government, has been given enormous influence over the national agenda—a situation without precedent in American political history. It’s insanity.

The president and Boehner can hang out, drink beers, play golf, and shake hands on all kinds of deals. Boehner has been open to revenue in the past. Obama has put entitlement cuts on the table that made his party uncomfortable. The Senate has already passed bipartisan immigration legislation, and there are enough Republicans and Democrats in Congress who are willing to compromise and make progress on any number of issues.

But Boehner was, in his own words,“overrun” by the Tea Party during the shutdown, and so long as he and other Republicans fear challenges from the fringe more than the frustrations of the majority, nothing will get done. And we will find ourselves in the same predicament again and again, regardless of who is elected president or speaker or majority leader.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/10...
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1008231 Oct 21, 2013
The Republican Party is at war with itself. And as tempting as it might be for Democrats to gloat from the sidelines, it is in all of our interests—Democrats, independents, and Republicans—to make sure the Tea Party doesn’t win. In 2014, candidates of both parties should challenge their rivals to sign a No Shutdown Pledge and a No Default Pledge. In House races, candidates should be asked whether they’re willing to violate the ridiculous Hastert rule and allow simple up-or-down votes on legislation that could pass with bipartisan support, no matter who holds the majority. In Senate races, they should be asked whether they’re willing to make it harder for bipartisan legislation to be filibustered by a Ted Cruz or a Mike Lee.

Democrats and Republicans can argue all they want over the role of government, but we cannot allow the Tea Party to continue holding the country hostage over its kamikaze mission to destroy government. The vast majority of Americans reject that mission, and we’re not about to sacrifice ourselves or our democracy as collateral damage. It’s time for all of us to get together and fight the crazy.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/10...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1008232 Oct 21, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
The Tea Party, Not Democrats or Republicans, Is the Problem
It’s de rigueur to decry ‘partisanship’ as Washington’s ‘real problem.’ Let’s get real—the most destructive force in American politics today is the Tea Party
So now that our government is open and able to pay its bills, what soon-to-be-forgotten lessons have we learned from this sorry fiasco?
Perhaps most important is the reminder that political temper tantrums in Washington exact a toll that goes far beyond unfavorable headlines and worse-than-dog-poo poll numbers. This decision hurt people. Some families couldn’t pay their bills. Others had nowhere safe to send their children while they worked. Poor women lost vouchers that helped buy food and formula for their newborns. Cancer treatments were put on hold for patients who didn’t have much time to waste.
All told, the shutdown and flirtation with default cost America north of $20 billion. The countries that weren’t busy mocking us were frightened by our behavior, wondering if the world’s wealthiest nation would become the world’s deadbeat nation, taking everyone else down with us in a global collapse worse than 2008.
And for what? For what purpose was this pain and humiliation inflicted upon the American people?
Yes, you, Rep. Marlin Stutzman from Indiana. Do you have an answer?
“We’re not going to be disrespected. We have to get something out of this. And I don’t know what that even is.”
Oh.
Which brings me to the second shutdown lesson. As a country, we may never get a more revealing, disturbing look at the true source of Washington’s dysfunction than we did over the last few weeks. Together, we endured a 21-hour non-filibuster speech from White Castle enthusiast Ted Cruz that was so devoid of self-awareness I’m not even sure he knew he was giving it. We saw Sarah Palin come all the way back from the small town of Irrelevancy, Alaska, to lead the charge against an open-air memorial that was blocked by a 3-foot barricade, while a few assholes waved Confederate flags outside the White House and reminded each other that Obama’s a Muslim, just for good measure.
We saw the shutdown rationale shift from defunding Obamacare to delaying Obamacare to cutting spending to reforming entitlements to charging congressional staffers more for health insurance to cutting taxes for stethoscope manufacturers to something, anything that would embarrass the president. As we inched closer to the abyss, we witnessed a parade of right-wing mathletes run the numbers and confidently deny the economic catastrophe that would result from America’s first-ever financial default. And as the speaker of the House made one last half-hearted effort to save his caucus from total defeat, we watched Jim DeMint’s Heritage Foundation kill the plan with a press release, a move just about everyone saw coming that only served to remind us who’s really in charge.
In Official Washington, decrying “partisanship” as the “real problem” is the prerequisite for being taken seriously as a smart, unbiased political commentator. But from where we stand right now, partisanship is not the problem. Democrats are not the problem. Republicans are not the problem. The relationship between President Obama and John Boehner is not the problem.
The Tea Party is the problem.
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/10...
<spam>

Here's the problem:

“Our grand plans depend on implementation of Obamacare BEFORE anyone discovers how much it will cost them!”
Nancy Pelosi

"We don’t want the peasants to find out they’ll lose their 40-hour-a-week jobs and health insurance plans. NOBODY, and I mean NOBODY will want the IRS enforcing rules made by medically ignorant, civil service employees.”
Nancy Pelosi

Who wants to fund ObamaKare now?

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#1008233 Oct 21, 2013
martinezjosei wrote:
Obama to blame "technology" for his Obamacare fiasco.
If it were Bush Democrats would be demanding impeachment.
See? Democrats are brain dead hypocrites!
!
I find it laughable that they didn't run a debug program...at all...ever. They are going to have to scrap it and start over. By that time the O'bama administration will have the American people laughing even harder at O'bama hope and change. Democrats are done.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#1008234 Oct 21, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope Cruz runs. He will trash the other Republican candidates giving ammunition to Hillary in the general while forcing moderate Republicans candidates to go right to win the primary that will cause them to lose the general. Another Romney debacle in the making.
Hillary? ROTFLMAO--a black no one with no experience and no name recognition and no clear history came out of no where and beat Hillary the last time. Seems to me you loons will vote for anyone other than Hillary.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1008235 Oct 21, 2013
martinezjosei wrote:
Obama to blame "technology" for his Obamacare fiasco.
If it were Bush Democrats would be demanding impeachment.
See? Democrats are brain dead hypocrites!
!
Obama stole the software for the ObamaKare site from a company in England.
We paid over 100 million dollars for Obama to develop the software for that site, Obama stole the software from a company in England, and the site is a disaster.

Where did that 100 million dollars go?

"If Obama wins the election, we will see a horde of thieves descend upon Washington that will surpass any previous administration in the history of the United States."
Me, after Super Tuesday 2008.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#1008236 Oct 21, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! Cons:
We'll fix you America!
Yeah, we'll fix you! You'll get yours! Just wait and see!
More than two weeks after the hoax launch of the fake "shell" website Healthcare.gov which did not function, the O'bama administration has announced plans to bring in real programmers and attempt to build an online federal health exchange site that actually functions. Hope and Change huh? Yeah we'll fix it.

sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1008237 Oct 21, 2013
Grand Old Plan....

A majority of Americans says it's a bad thing that Republicans control the House of Representatives and an even larger percentage wants John Boehner (R-OH) to be replaced as speaker, according to poll numbers released Monday.

The latest CNN/ORC International poll found that 54 percent of Americans think it's a bad thing that the GOP is the majority party in the House, while only 38 percent think it's a good thing. In December of last year, a CNN/ORC showed that 43 percent thought it was a bad thing that Republicans controlled the lower chamber.

Boehner fares even worse in Monday's survey. Sixty-three percent want the Ohio Republican replaced as speaker, compared with 30 percent who would like him to continue holding the post.

It's the latest in a recent run of bleak polls for Republicans, who appear to have been damaged deeply by the recent budget and debt fights. Polls across the board showed that Americans largely blamed the GOP for the government shutdown, giving Democrats newfound hope of taking back the House in next year's midterms.

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/poll-ma...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1008238 Oct 21, 2013
The software for Healthcare.gov was stolen from a company in England. The "programmers" for Healthcare.gov removed the copyright text from the software. We paid over 100 million dollars for Obama's programmers to remove copyright text from some piece of software.

With all the other descriptions of Obama, Marxist, communist, muslim terrorist, pathological liar, etc., etc., etc., you can now add to that list the felony crime of software piracy.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1008239 Oct 21, 2013
Giving the Democrats the authority to raise the debt limit is like giving your checkbook to a crackwhore.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#1008240 Oct 21, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
<spam>
Here's the problem:
“Our grand plans depend on implementation of Obamacare BEFORE anyone discovers how much it will cost them!”
Nancy Pelosi
"We don’t want the peasants to find out they’ll lose their 40-hour-a-week jobs and health insurance plans. NOBODY, and I mean NOBODY will want the IRS enforcing rules made by medically ignorant, civil service employees.”
Nancy Pelosi
Who wants to fund ObamaKare now?
I say we should predict we are going to see a front-line health care nightmare scenario unfold in January, 2014. I also predict that many health services providers are going to declare they will "stop accepting O'bamacare patients" due to these disastrous IT failures. And then we will go to the cash pay system. It will be great for those of us that didn't buy into the O'bamacare gotta have insurance scare. The rest of the morons will be dead for lack of treatment. O'bama and his care will leave those desperately seeking his care, dying in the streets--in line.
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#1008241 Oct 21, 2013
Here we go again today!

Socialist brain dead Zombie propaganda post # 1 - ROTFLMAO!!!!
sonicfilter wrote:
The Tea Party, Not Democrats or Republicans, Is the Problem
It’s de rigueur to decry ‘partisanship’ as Washington’s ‘real problem.’ Let’s get real—the most destructive force in American politics today is the Tea Party
So now that our government is open and able to pay its bills, what soon-to-be-forgotten lessons have we learned from this sorry fiasco?
Perhaps most important is the reminder that political temper tantrums in Washington exact a toll that goes far beyond unfavorable headlines and worse-than-dog-poo poll numbers. This decision hurt people. Some families couldn’t pay their bills. Others had nowhere safe to send their children while they worked. Poor women lost vouchers that helped buy food and formula for their newborns. Cancer treatments were put on hold for patients who didn’t have much time to waste.
All told, the shutdown and flirtation with default cost America north of $20 billion. The countries that weren’t busy mocking us were frightened by our behavior, wondering if the world’s wealthiest nation would become the world’s deadbeat nation, taking everyone else down with us in a global collapse worse than 2008.
And for what? For what purpose was this pain and humiliation inflicted upon the American people?
Yes, you, Rep. Marlin Stutzman from Indiana. Do you have an answer?
“We’re not going to be disrespected. We have to get something out of this. And I don’t know what that even is.”
Oh.
Which brings me to the second shutdown lesson. As a country, we may never get a more revealing, disturbing look at the true source of Washington’s dysfunction than we did over the last few weeks. Together, we endured a 21-hour non-filibuster speech from White Castle enthusiast Ted Cruz that was so devoid of self-awareness I’m not even sure he knew he was giving it. We saw Sarah Palin come all the way back from the small town of Irrelevancy, Alaska, to lead the charge against an open-air memorial that was blocked by a 3-foot barricade, while a few assholes waved Confederate flags outside the White House and reminded each other that Obama’s a Muslim, just for good measure.
We saw the shutdown rationale shift from defunding Obamacare to delaying Obamacare to cutting spending to reforming entitlements to charging congressional staffers more for health insurance to cutting taxes for stethoscope manufacturers to something, anything that would embarrass the president. As we inched closer to the abyss, we witnessed a parade of right-wing mathletes run the numbers and confidently deny the economic catastrophe that would result from America’s first-ever financial default. And as the speaker of the House made one last half-hearted effort to save his caucus from total defeat, we watched Jim DeMint’s Heritage Foundation kill the plan with a press release, a move just about everyone saw coming that only served to remind us who’s really in charge.
In Official Washington, decrying “partisanship” as the “real problem” is the prerequisite for being taken seriously as a smart, unbiased political commentator. But from where we stand right now, partisanship is not the problem. Democrats are not the problem. Republicans are not the problem. The relationship between President Obama and John Boehner is not the problem.
The Tea Party is the problem.
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/10...
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1008242 Oct 21, 2013
Cruz Plans to Read Affordable Care Act

Now that the government shutdown is over, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) plans to read the Affordable Care Act, he told reporters today.

“It’s definitely been on my must-read list for a while now,” Sen. Cruz said of the law often referred to as Obamacare.“Things have just been so hectic around here lately, I couldn’t get to it.”

The Texas Senator said that he started reading the law this morning and observed,“So far, it’s pretty dry.”

“It’s not a page-turner, that’s for sure,” he said.“But it’s caused so much controversy, it must have some pretty juicy stuff in it. I’ll keep reading it and see what I find.”

Sen. Cruz said that when he finishes reading the Affordable Care Act, he plans to read the United States Constitution.

“People kept bringing it up the last few weeks,” he said.“So I’m kind of curious to see what all the fuss is about.”

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/borowit...

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1008243 Oct 21, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>More than two weeks after the hoax launch of the fake "shell" website Healthcare.gov which did not function, the O'bama administration has announced plans to bring in real programmers and attempt to build an online federal health exchange site that actually functions. Hope and Change huh? Yeah we'll fix it.
We've already paid over 100 million dollars for this.
How about bringing in the company in England that actually wrote the software Obama stole while we paid 100 million dollars for Obama's programmers to write. After all, they are the people that actually wrote the software Obama stole.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#1008244 Oct 21, 2013
Union holds San Francisco HOSTAGE!!!!!

Liberals Shutdown a whole city!!!!!!!!!

"Hints BART, unions in touch about resuming talks"

http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Hints-B...
BORN IN THE USA

Louisburg, NC

#1008245 Oct 21, 2013
The Tea Party is a grassroots movement that calls awareness to any issue which challenges the security, sovereignty, or domestic tranquility of our beloved nation, the United States of America. From our founding, the Tea Party represents the voice of the true owners of the United States: WE THE PEOPLE.
TeaParty.org was created on: September 2nd, 2004. Many claim to be the founders of this movement; however, it was the brave souls of the men and women in 1773, known today as the Boston Tea Party, who dared to defy the greatest military might on earth. We are the beneficiaries of their courage.
The Tea Party includes those who possess a strong belief in the foundational Judeo-Christian values embedded in our great founding documents. We believe the responsibility of our beloved nation is etched upon the hearts of true American Patriots from every race, religion, national origin, and walk of life sharing a common belief in the values which made and keep our beloved nation great. This belief led to the creation of the modern-day Tea Party.
Many Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, and Independents identify with the premises set forth by the Tea Party Movement, which is striking a chord and ringing true with the American Spirit.
We stand by the Constitution as inherently conservative. We serve as a beacon to the masses that have lost their way, a light illuminating the path to the original intentions of our Founding Fathers. We must raise a choir of voices declaring America must stand on the values which made us great. Only then will the politically blind see and deaf hear!
By joining the Tea Party, you are taking a stand for our nation. You will be upholding the grand principles set forth in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.
15 Non-negotiable Core Beliefs
1. Illegal aliens are here illegally.
2. Pro-domestic employment is indispensable.
3. A strong military is essential.
4. Special interests must be eliminated.
5. Gun ownership is sacred.
6. Government must be downsized.
7. The national budget must be balanced.
8. Deficit spending must end.
9. Bailout and stimulus plans are illegal.
10. Reducing personal income taxes is a must.
11. Reducing business income taxes is mandatory.
12. Political offices must be available to average citizens.
13. Intrusive government must be stopped.
14. English as our core language is required.
15. Traditional family values are encouraged.
The Tea Party Movement
Reminiscent of Tiananmen Square where a few stood to defy tyranny and demand liberty and democracy, a few patriots stood in protest representing the American people. We were more than lowly protestors; we were the type of Americans the Founding Fathers envisioned over 200 years ago as true Patriots of courage and valor.
TeaParty.org and soon other fearless Patriots began to join in our solitary stance; The Tea was brewing! Young and old, wealthy and poor, patriots of all colors and backgrounds began to rally with a new energy, an energy reminiscent of pictures in old American History books. Word of mouth began to spread. Citizens began calling loved ones, proclaiming,“We The People Rule!” Many blogged on their laptops, or messaged family and friends. The energy began to sweep across the nation.
The media began to take notice. America was deeply moved, right down to her soul. A new voice began to speak, and a new hope was spawned. Gathering crowds grew from hundreds to thousands, and then swelled to the millions.
As citizens became increasingly frustrated by “politics as usual,” patriots across America began seeking a new voice, one that echoes from the pages of history.

DEM BABIES IT IS BUSH FAULT AFTER 5 YEARS?IT IS TEA PARTY FAULT!
THIS IS THE DEM CRY BABIES

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#1008246 Oct 21, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
Grand Old Plan....
A majority of Americans says it's a bad thing that Republicans control the House of Representatives and an even larger percentage wants John Boehner (R-OH) to be replaced as speaker, according to poll numbers released Monday.
The latest CNN/ORC International poll found that 54 percent of Americans think it's a bad thing that the GOP is the majority party in the House, while only 38 percent think it's a good thing. In December of last year, a CNN/ORC showed that 43 percent thought it was a bad thing that Republicans controlled the lower chamber.
Boehner fares even worse in Monday's survey. Sixty-three percent want the Ohio Republican replaced as speaker, compared with 30 percent who would like him to continue holding the post.
It's the latest in a recent run of bleak polls for Republicans, who appear to have been damaged deeply by the recent budget and debt fights. Polls across the board showed that Americans largely blamed the GOP for the government shutdown, giving Democrats newfound hope of taking back the House in next year's midterms.
http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/poll-ma...
Was the "Grand Ole Plan" for us to pay 100 million dollars for programmers to write software for Healthcare.gov , and then Obama was going to steal that software and our 100 million dollars?

"If Obama wins the election, you will see a horde of thieves descent upon Washington that will surpass any previous administration in the history of the United States."

Where did that 100 million dollars go?
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#1008247 Oct 21, 2013
<spam>

Socialist brain dead Zombie propaganda post # 2 - ROTFLMAO!!!!
sonicfilter wrote:
The Tea Party is the most destructive force in American politics today. Over the last few weeks, it has demonstrated again that its intent is not to shake up the establishment but to burn down the village. As a Democrat, I disagree with its policy positions, but its policy positions alone are not what make the Tea Party so dangerous. What makes the Tea Party dangerous is its members’ willful disregard for the most basic tenets of American democracy. They do not believe in the legitimacy of our president. They do not believe in the legitimacy of decisions handed down by our Supreme Court. Unlike President Obama, Harry Reid, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, or a host of other Democratic and Republican lawmakers who grasp the basic reality of politics, they have never, not once shown a willingness to compromise on anything. Merely uttering the word is enough to draw a primary challenge.
All this, despite the fact that the Tea Party represents the views of a small, ever-shrinking fraction of Americans. Even within the Republican Party, its members’ favorability hovers around 50 percent, the lowest of all time. Their recent legislative strategy, a word that can be used only in its loosest sense, led to 144 Tea Party House members voting against a bipartisan compromise simply to open the government and avert default. But when Reuters polled people who weren’t satisfied with last week’s outcome, only 2 percent said it was because the House passed the Senate’s bipartisan bill. Only 5 percent said it was because Republicans compromised. Only 3 percent said it was because default would have taught our government an important lesson. Most people said their main dissatisfaction was with the ugly process the Tea Party dragged us all through.
And yet, somehow, this small minority of Tea Party House members, who represent less than one half of one legislative body in one branch of government, has been given enormous influence over the national agenda—a situation without precedent in American political history. It’s insanity.
The president and Boehner can hang out, drink beers, play golf, and shake hands on all kinds of deals. Boehner has been open to revenue in the past. Obama has put entitlement cuts on the table that made his party uncomfortable. The Senate has already passed bipartisan immigration legislation, and there are enough Republicans and Democrats in Congress who are willing to compromise and make progress on any number of issues.
But Boehner was, in his own words,“overrun” by the Tea Party during the shutdown, and so long as he and other Republicans fear challenges from the fringe more than the frustrations of the majority, nothing will get done. And we will find ourselves in the same predicament again and again, regardless of who is elected president or speaker or majority leader.
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/10...

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