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Denise21

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Secretary Kathleen Sebelius

Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, I can't believe the crap that these GOP MTFRs' gave you they are all a--holes. Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, I am behind you 100%.

Obama Defends Surveillance Programs as Legal and Limited

CONGRESS APPROVED THIS!!! DEAL WITH THEM THEY ARE THE ONES YOU NEED TO TAKE TO THE WALL NOT OBAMA! THEY WANT THIS TO GO ON SO FIGHT WITH THEM NOT OBAMA

Obama Defends Surveillance Programs as Legal and Limited

You know people need to shut the f---k up when Bush did it and did it with a smile like try to do something about it. But Obama administration is doing it and there is an uproar get over it Obama is a lawyer he would do everything by the law! I believe in this President and know he is for the people!

Schumer voices confidence in Holder and says immigration reform is on track

I wish they would leave Eric Holder alone he is a great Attorney General. The GOP needs to shut the f---k up. LEAVE ERIC HOLDER ALONE!!!! AND LEAVE PRESIDENT OBAMA ALONE ALSO F---K WITH YOUR PARTY NOT MINE A--HOLES.

Cantor Tweets - White House Tweets Back

It's ridicuous that the GOP is doing nothing for the people and the people are not really upset by this! All they want to do is repel Obama care and take food stamps from the poor and try to bring Obama down. GOP GO F--K YOURSELF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

President Obama

We love Obama! he he he you try to bring my President down and he won't go down!
and you try to bring our attorney general down and he won't go down he he he so GOP we love our President and our attorney general! We LOVE YOU OBAMA! WE LOVE ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC.

Republicans make their priorities clear by continuing to block Violence Against Women Act

Source: dailykos

More than six months after the Senate passed a bipartisan reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, and five months after the House went ahead and passed its own, weakened, flawed version of the bill, we're still waiting. House Republicans have stuck by their bill and its exclusion or weakening of protections for undocumented immigrants, LGBT people and Native Americans. But could that change in the wake of an election in which women and Latinos were a major part of Republicans losing? In which voters in four states either passed marriage equality or refused to endorse inequality? In which American Indian voters and organizers gave the edge to a Democratic woman in a key Senate race?
The issues the Violence Against Women Act addresses are not going away just because House Republicans are blocking the bipartisan Senate bill. Domestic violence shelters say they're at risk of losing funding if the bill doesn't pass soon, while the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy is still putting a strain on the ability of shelters and other domestic violence organizations in the northeast to help women get away from their abusers.

Huffington Post reports that, in the wake of the election, some Republicans may be softening. But to others, violence against women is irrelevant:


(I can't believe these mtfs' they are bastards why people put in charge of the house is beyond me) I hate them because they try to hurt everything that I am for. Also, I each of these mtfs when they die will meet their maker and pay the price for being such mtfs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Read more: http://www.dailykos.com/

The Republican party is an organized crime organization

I totally agree they are an organized crime organization...but we don't do anything about it. We should vote for Progressives Dems not Republican so next time you go to the polls vote Democratic not Republican. Only if you want a true election

ROBO CALLS

I have been receiving from these mtfs all two days ROBO calls. I wish it was a real person so i can tell them what i really feel about that mtf Romney mtf.

SHAMELESS: Romney Campaign Doubles Down On Wildly Dishonest Ad

Source: huffingtonpost

WASHINGTON -- The Mitt Romney campaign is defending its controversial ad that misleads viewers into thinking that under President Barack Obama's watch, Chrysler is moving production of Jeeps to China.

The ad, which has sparked a torrent of complaints and fact checking, was initially caught being aired in the Toledo, Ohio, television market, though the Romney campaign had not announced it publicly. The television tracking service TVEyes shows that it is now airing in Youngstown, Ohio, as well.


Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/29/romney-jeep-ad_n_2039898.html
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