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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-22-09 09:49 AM
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30. Yet. Obama went to Montana for a town meeting and said "Senator Baucus" and
"Senator Baucus's Committee" and the like so many times Chuck Todd lost count. Which prompted Chuck Todd to opine that these were fairly clear signals that the plan in Baucus's Committee was going to be THE plan. Then Todd or someone talking with him mentioned a piece of supposedly traditional inside the Beltway wisdom, as follows:

Q. What constitutes a quorum of both houses of Congress?

A. The President and the head of the Senate Finance Committee.

Don't stop emailing and calling the WH, your Senators and your Rep. I don't care if they are liberal, purple dog or Republican. Hammer them!
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