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jgraz Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Sep-12-10 11:42 PM
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56. Then let him go to war without Congressional approval
Edited on Sun Sep-12-10 11:45 PM by jgraz
I don't understand how any of your excuses can justify the capitulation we witnessed.

You're talking about actual legislation? How can any legislation be worse than a lifetime appointment of a radical rightwing nutcase to the SCOTUS? They can overrule ANY legislation we wish to pass.

I think you're simply looking for ways to limit the discussion so you don't look so foolish. If you just want to talk about legislation, maybe you can explain how the gun liability exemption, the PATRIOT act or Medicare Part D got passed?

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