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WhaTHellsgoingonhere Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Dec-07-10 08:51 PM
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3. He totally debunked Obama's "hostage" metaphor
Obama is an embarrassment!
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  -Sherrod Brown just made a GREAT point regarding unemployment benefits. bullwinkle428  Dec-07-10 08:50 PM   #0 
  - He was absolutely right - saying the prez should visit places like Maine...  polichick   Dec-07-10 08:51 PM   #1 
  - So get a spine Congress, and do it.  Schema Thing   Dec-07-10 08:51 PM   #2 
  - For real. nt  Cant trust em   Dec-07-10 08:52 PM   #5 
  - He totally debunked Obama's "hostage" metaphor  WhaTHellsgoingonhere   Dec-07-10 08:51 PM   #3 
  - +1000  Angry Dragon   Dec-07-10 08:52 PM   #4 
  - Yes, he sure did! nt  polichick   Dec-07-10 08:54 PM   #7 
  - When was the last time republicans were "pressured" into anything via public opinion?  uponit7771   Dec-07-10 09:01 PM   #19 
  - None of these Senators speaking out now were able to even convince fellow DEMOCRATS  TwilightGardener   Dec-07-10 09:08 PM   #21 
  - Right, people don't get it...republicans are TRULY willing to burn the village to save it  uponit7771   Dec-07-10 09:12 PM   #23 
  - When was the last time anyone tried?  PVnRT   Dec-08-10 09:57 AM   #28 
  - Republicans held out for two months this summer  ProSense   Dec-07-10 09:16 PM   #25 
  - He said, "This was a deal between a Democratic President  BeyondGeography   Dec-07-10 08:53 PM   #6 
  - Like healthcare. nt  polichick   Dec-07-10 08:54 PM   #10 
  - Fucking royalty, they should have to work 335 days a week.  Rex   Dec-07-10 08:54 PM   #8 
  - repugs have plenty of unemployed in their district  sasha031   Dec-07-10 08:54 PM   #9 
  - That sounds great. Except that we had four Democrats that wouldn't even vote  TwilightGardener   Dec-07-10 08:55 PM   #11 
  - EXACTLY! we make up nirvana voting scenarios and punish the realists ...  sundancekid   Dec-07-10 09:40 PM   #26 
  - You can force the senate to approve whatever by keeping them there?  dkf   Dec-07-10 08:55 PM   #12 
  - These OPs are embarrassing, it's like people don't even topically know how the US gov is ran  uponit7771   Dec-07-10 09:13 PM   #24 
  - That, And The Scrooge Factor...  WillyT   Dec-07-10 08:56 PM   #13 
  - Oh, this would *definitely* happen? Or is that his risky gamble  alcibiades_mystery   Dec-07-10 08:56 PM   #14 
  - No, no, no, no, no!  Toucano   Dec-07-10 08:58 PM   #15 
  - Start Deducting Their Wages  grilled onions   Dec-07-10 08:59 PM   #16 
  - That is surely an idea. As long as the media covers the facts and not just blaming it on the Prez.  glinda   Dec-07-10 08:59 PM   #17 
  - Republicans have unemployed constituents too.  Autumn   Dec-07-10 09:00 PM   #18 
  - They do have parties to attend  WhiteTara   Dec-07-10 09:06 PM   #20 
  - So they're going to spend the next three weeks fighting this?  ProSense   Dec-07-10 09:12 PM   #22 
  - the hostage metapher revisited -- terrorism...the mere threat of terrorism works for Repukes  Supersedeas   Dec-08-10 09:34 AM   #27 
  - Yes. The "It was this or a loss on UE benefits because the Reps said so" is a red herring.  DirkGently   Dec-08-10 11:40 AM   #29 
  - I believe Sherrod.  GOTV   Dec-08-10 04:08 PM   #30 

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