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Skidmore Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-24-09 05:43 AM
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15. Have you ever worked on policy development with a large group of
people? I have. It isn't as cut and dried or as easy as you think. Congress did their thing. Now it is time to it out. That is our process, like it or not. Sometimes I can be really idealistic in my expectations but I'm alway brought back by what I know to be true of the process. Now if you don't like the outcome now, change the people who are representing you in Congress because, like it or not, they have the constituional responsibility for crafting the law.
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  -Maybe we should just give it all back to the Republicans ?? kentuck  Dec-24-09 12:21 AM   #0 
  - the Republicans will win because we have failed to stop ther wars or close down Gitmo in a timely  FLAprogressive   Dec-24-09 12:23 AM   #1 
  - In the first year?  kentuck   Dec-24-09 12:27 AM   #2 
     - Deleted message  Name removed   Dec-24-09 12:29 AM   #3 
     - Seems a bit harsh...  Sherman A1   Dec-24-09 03:29 AM   #4 
        - There's "a little disappointed" and then there's  Skidmore   Dec-24-09 03:38 AM   #5 
           - very well said, Skidmore. very telling difference. thank you. nt  nofurylike   Dec-24-09 04:07 AM   #7 
     - We are the vanguard here  tavalon   Dec-24-09 05:44 AM   #16 
  - WHERE IS THE ROLLBACK OF BUSH-ERA POLICY?  Hannah Bell   Dec-24-09 03:42 AM   #6 
  - That's what this health care bill will do if passed.  eridani   Dec-24-09 04:27 AM   #8 
  - Wait... isn't that what Obama is doing?  jgraz   Dec-24-09 04:27 AM   #9 
  - NO! That's what your CONGRESS critters are doing. CONGRESS  Skidmore   Dec-24-09 04:42 AM   #10 
     - So... Congress cut secret deals with the drug lobby and then worked to kill reimportation?  jgraz   Dec-24-09 04:48 AM   #11 
        - How about CONGRESS writes the laws.  Skidmore   Dec-24-09 05:08 AM   #12 
        - So why is Obama NOW saying he's going to work on the final bill with Congress?  jgraz   Dec-24-09 05:31 AM   #13 
           - Have you ever worked on policy development with a large group of  Skidmore   Dec-24-09 05:43 AM   #15 
              - You haven't answered the question  jgraz   Dec-24-09 05:48 AM   #17 
                 - I did answer the question.  Skidmore   Dec-24-09 05:54 AM   #18 
                 - For months, the excuse has been that Obama can't get involved since Congress writes the laws  jgraz   Dec-24-09 06:02 AM   #21 
                 - He is not powerless, but there are limits to his power.  iceman66   Dec-24-09 06:22 AM   #24 
                    - How convenient  jgraz   Dec-24-09 06:31 AM   #25 
                       - Are you always so obtuse?  Skidmore   Dec-24-09 06:43 AM   #29 
                          - If "obtuse" means I wasn't snowed by your sketchy explanation, then I'm happy to be obtuse.  jgraz   Dec-24-09 06:53 AM   #32 
        - The ugly truth is  iceman66   Dec-24-09 06:32 AM   #26 
           - Oh really?  jgraz   Dec-24-09 06:48 AM   #31 
              - I challenge you to name ONE viable candidate for President last year  iceman66   Dec-24-09 06:55 AM   #33 
                 - Wow, changing the subject AND moving the goalposts. Nicely done.  jgraz   Dec-24-09 12:26 PM   #40 
  - I can see the bumpersticker now:  tavalon   Dec-24-09 05:39 AM   #14 
  - That same bullshit is what got the republicans where they are today  cowcommander   Dec-24-09 05:56 AM   #19 
  - The thing is, it has worked for them for a long time  tavalon   Dec-24-09 06:14 AM   #23 
     - The solution is to elect more Democrats, and more liberal Democrats.  iceman66   Dec-24-09 06:42 AM   #28 
        - I'm well aware of that  tavalon   Dec-24-09 07:21 AM   #34 
  - You vastly understate the difference between the two parties.  iceman66   Dec-24-09 06:38 AM   #27 
  - K & Rec  malaise   Dec-24-09 06:00 AM   #20 
  - There are worse things than republican rule.  Political Heretic   Dec-24-09 06:06 AM   #22 
  - Then you are a Republican!  FrenchieCat   Dec-24-09 06:43 AM   #30 
  - What is truly souless is to believe that any part of our national political system  Political Heretic   Dec-24-09 11:05 AM   #36 
  - I agree.  Tim01   Dec-24-09 07:23 AM   #35 
  - If that happens it is NOT the voters fault.  stillwaiting   Dec-24-09 11:39 AM   #37 
  - And all that is going to change under Dems...  Libertas1776   Dec-24-09 11:40 AM   #38 
  - And what is the point of "our" party winning if they keep behaving the same, only in our name? (nt)  Wardoc   Dec-24-09 11:42 AM   #39 
 

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