President Obama's advisers tried to recover after a leaked White House immigration plan drew outrage from Republicans who accused the president of endangering the reform push.
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- If they haven't I am surprised.Feb 20, 2013
Do you ever get tired of adding absolutely nothing to the conversation?
So you are the one making nothing but assumptions about me, yet somehow I'm the "know it all"?
These boards are for conversations about the subject, not worthless ad hominem attacks with no basis in facts, which you clearly enjoy so much.
& seeing as how this is an internet board, nobody is running their mouth, just typing. Details matter.Feb 20, 2013
- I'd figure people have more problems with someone like you who not only can't counter anything I say, but just came on here to silence me because you are too narrow minded to hear other views.
I'm free to do what I like, your fascistic attempts to control others shall be ignored.
If I'm wrong tell me where, we can have a conversation. But if you are just going to shout ignorant and meaningless tripe from the bleachers, feel free to keep to yourself. You add nothing of value hereFeb 20, 2013
Wow you really are here to do nothing but make ass umptions, thus making yourself look like an ass. No where on this thread have I mentioned our previous President. Go beat up Strawman somewhere else.
I follow all stations that consider themselves to be news, regardless of ideological bend. I don't need your permission to be anywhere or do anythingFeb 20, 2013
- Are saying you'd support $10.00 in spending cuts to every $1.00 in tax increases?Feb 20, 2013
- In the grand bargain, yes. But fiscal hardliners prevented that.Feb 20, 2013