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crazylikeafox On June 02, 2017




McKinney, Texas
#16New Post! Nov 08, 2012 @ 00:55:40
@Tar Said

Lets start with Filibuster reform so the a*****es in the Red gang stop being a bunch of f***ing obstructionists. If not, Obama needs to go into Congress with a bat


Reform isn't needed, especially when it comes to Constitutionally protected processes (though both sides would fight against it anyways, expecially since both are minorities in 1 house or the other). Congress and the President were granted 1 more chance. They would be foolish to squander it through partisanship.
Tar On April 28, 2014




San Antonio, Texas
#17New Post! Nov 08, 2012 @ 01:09:51
@crazylikeafox Said

Reform isn't needed, especially when it comes to Constitutionally protected processes (though both sides would fight against it anyways, expecially since both are minorities in 1 house or the other). Congress and the President were granted 1 more chance. They would be foolish to squander it through partisanship.



constitution never expected this process to be abused. Forcing a Supermajority is not normal operation. There is a reason the filibuster was known as the NUCLEAR option. It is not to be taken lightly, yet the reds have abused it ridiculously. You may not see a need for reform because apparently you like the fact that the minority can abused the majority.

What the republicans have been doing is reprehensible, including the blocking of all the judges and appointees which the president is supposed to be allowed to do. ALL that needs reform and I'm hoping that reform gets done so the nation can actually get on with business.
crazylikeafox On June 02, 2017




McKinney, Texas
#18New Post! Nov 08, 2012 @ 01:13:47
@Tar Said

constitution never expected this process to be abused. Forcing a Supermajority is not normal operation. There is a reason the filibuster was known as the NUCLEAR option. It is not to be taken lightly, yet the reds have abused it ridiculously. You may not see a need for reform because apparently you like the fact that the minority can abused the majority.

What the republicans have been doing is reprehensible, including the blocking of all the judges and appointees which the president is supposed to be allowed to do. ALL that needs reform and I'm hoping that reform gets done so the nation can actually get on with business.


I don't see a need because it isn't necessary, especially if Reid, Boehner, and Obama are serious about working together with their opponents. Not every change needs a new or modified law you know. And like I said, Congress isn't going to modify the filibuster process anyways.
Tar On April 28, 2014




San Antonio, Texas
#19New Post! Nov 08, 2012 @ 01:18:07
@crazylikeafox Said

I don't see a need because it isn't necessary, especially if Reid, Boehner, and Obama are serious about working together with their opponents. Not every change needs a new or modified law you know. And like I said, Congress isn't going to modify the filibuster process anyways.



I'm not capable of predicting the future so I cannot tell you what congress will modify or not modify. I simply said they should modify it so it cannot be continually abused as it has been in the past by both red and blues (although the reds have taken the cake for their deleterious abuse of it recently).

The abuse has brought work in congress to a standstill. We pay those idiots in congress to make progress, not sit on their asses and do nothing. I want them to get back to work. That is what lawmakers are supposed to do.

The fact that congress is divided into red and blue is stupid as well. We've got 500+ people in there. Why are they going along with their crowd and not arguing based on individual merits? ugh... congress is all f***ed up. Filibuster reform is needed. You don't agree. That's fine. Its my opinion
shinobinoz On May 28, 2017
Stnd w Standing Rock





Wichita, Kansas
#20New Post! Nov 10, 2012 @ 04:55:47
@Tar Said

I hope Obama approaches the next four years with bigger balls to beat the living snot out of the obstructionists... I wished the idiotic obstructionists would have gotten voted out, but as amusing as the Obama win is, its not going to change anything unless he has learned something from the first term and really starts walking around with a big stick


Many of the tea-party folks were the ones that lost. Surely the nation (though prolly not the idiot obstructionists) will see that we voted for moderation and not extremism.
hoppy On August 27, 2013




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#21New Post! Nov 10, 2012 @ 10:42:37
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Obama won again
We're really screwed.
boxerdc On December 18, 2012

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#22New Post! Nov 10, 2012 @ 12:26:22
@raditz Said

You're almost 60 and you think the job of a high school drop out is something great? Really?


You're almost 35 and I've had more sex with women than you have... Really?
Reviso On November 23, 2014

Banned



Trenton, Canada
#23New Post! Nov 10, 2012 @ 12:46:39
@hoppy Said

Roses are red
Violets are blue
Obama won again
We're really screwed.


The end is near. It is a project for the sign of the times. The end is done by Bush's standards. And that meant nothing intentional. Ooohh;;; maybe not?
shinobinoz On May 28, 2017
Stnd w Standing Rock





Wichita, Kansas
#24New Post! Nov 10, 2012 @ 18:11:55
@hoppy Said

Roses are red
Violets are blue
Obama won again
We're really screwed.


Roses are red
Violets are blue
Hoppy's back
with absolutely nothing new!

raditz On April 04, 2022
Blah





Houston, Texas
#25New Post! Nov 11, 2012 @ 05:18:16
@boxerdc Said

You're almost 35 and I've had more sex with women than you have... Really?


Seems to be the way it is. lol
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