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How would this imagined Biden Warren pact get past TPP?

Biden has been a cheerleader for it, while Warren has been its most vocal critic, and rightly so from the point of view of most of us in the base. Seems like a divide that is too wide to gap, but then we all know about politics and bedfellows and whatnot.
Posted by DefenseLawyer | Tue Aug 25, 2015, 10:31 AM (3 replies)

Dennis Hastert aside, it shouldn't be a crime to take your own money out of the bank

without the government' s knowledge and approval. Another part of the Patriot Act that needs to go. Of course Hastert rushed to put the Patriot Act on all of us, and you know, sorry buddy, but the law's the law; but in the big picture that's a ridiculous, fascist law.
Posted by DefenseLawyer | Sat May 30, 2015, 09:26 AM (71 replies)

Republican economists have been wrong about everything

Since about 1925, yet the President is listening to their supply side snake oil blather about "free trade". It should make all of us angry. It's just utter nonsense. The President deserves an embarrassing and crushing defeat on this. When you side with Paul Ryan and his ilk of heartless Republican psychopaths against working people that's just what you deserve.
Posted by DefenseLawyer | Fri Apr 17, 2015, 07:02 PM (2 replies)

If you fuck your President, you aren't leader

Seems simple enough to me.
Posted by DefenseLawyer | Mon Apr 6, 2015, 09:06 PM (15 replies)

I'm watching the train wreck here in Indiana

I keep wondering if THIS will finally be the thing that makes average, non-lunatic, Hoosiers finally stop constantly voting against their self interest to rise up against these jerks. Just as interesting will be whether my party seizes the moment and embraces real Democratic and progressive positions after a long, mostly failed history of Republican-light politics. Strange days indeed.
Posted by DefenseLawyer | Mon Mar 30, 2015, 03:58 PM (14 replies)
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