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Boehner, McConnell play good cop, bad cop

There are 67 comments on the Politico story from Nov 13, 2012, titled Boehner, McConnell play good cop, bad cop. In it, Politico reports that:

Here's how different things are for House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in the upcoming fiscal cliff negotiations.

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#67 Nov 16, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
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From your keyboard to God's ears.
...You'll like this....on the day after the election, i was doing oddjobs around the house, and left Fox on for 6-7 hours straight. I really wanted to hear, just how they would handle the loss.....well, don't you know, in 6-7 hours straight, THEY NEVER MENTIONED BENGHAZI, NOT EVEN ONCE.....Proving, just as i had suspected all along, that they had been using Benghazi as an election screaming-point, to effect the Presidential election....Does'nt get much lower, than that....
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#68 Nov 16, 2012
The politically trumped up Benghazi war misfortune seems to trump (sorry for the puns) the very serious fiscal cliff. Everyone (who doesn't watch FUX News) knows that Muslims were in fact angry and violent in many many countries about the offensive film.
responder

Columbus, OH

#69 Nov 16, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
The politically trumped up Benghazi war misfortune seems to trump (sorry for the puns) the very serious fiscal cliff. Everyone (who doesn't watch FUX News) knows that Muslims were in fact angry and violent in many many countries about the offensive film.
Indeed they were, including Libya. It was the Egyptian Embassy's aggravated comments about the film and response to it which was cited by Romney, who dishonestly pretended that it was an Administration response to the killings in Libya.

Righties, of course, pretend that the riots about the film never even happened. They may even have convinced themselves of it...
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Dearborn, MI

#70 Nov 16, 2012
Benghazi is the fault of Rmoney and all the unpatriotic fright-wingers who politicized it and even stopped the requested funding to increase security. They are all traitors.

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#71 Nov 16, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
The politically trumped up Benghazi war misfortune seems to trump (sorry for the puns) the very serious fiscal cliff. Everyone (who doesn't watch FUX News) knows that Muslims were in fact angry and violent in many many countries about the offensive film.
And now, Fux news will have four long years, to wonder if they might have played their hand differently....Oh, and BTW, after John McCain's blaming this administration, for anything to do with Benghazi....He skipped the classified congressional hearing today, for his press conference, to complain further about President Obama....Such honest and heartfelt concern about Benghazi, almost makes him seem human....
Radawich

Charlotte, NC

#72 Nov 25, 2012
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McCain the same guy who left his first wife on a gurney on her way to having surgery for cancer to run off with the rich woman in Arizona.
How he got to be an honorable man is beyond the pale. Let's also not forget McCain was a central figure in a Congressional Corruption Case, the Keating 5, that saw a number of participants jailed. McCain was speared, something to do with a source of mystery providing the FBI information to help with their prosecution. When the smoke cleared, McCain was slapped on the wrist by the House Ethic Committee.
Lying isn't beyond McCain, he's an accomplished liar it's part of his history in Congress.
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McCain has what I would refer to as a inferior past reputation. He was especially disgusting when he yelled at a wife of a Vietnam MIA that there were no MIA's. It was unbelievable cruel and harsh to her and its all on tape. Everytime these lying %#@% open there mouths there needs to be their past splashed all over the news. These lifers need voted out of office pronto. Democrats need to get to work and get some redistricting done.

McCain is not retracting what he said about Rice. What a bunch of rats running from their sinking ship to save their own skins.
Radawich

Charlotte, NC

#73 Nov 25, 2012
Sorry there is a typo and I meant to say --McCain is "now" retracting everything he said about Rice.

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