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Presenting THE +Ohio State Buckeyes Championship Football team.
On Monday, members of Ohio’s congressional delegation welcomed the 2014 National College Football Champions, The Ohio State University Buckeyes, to the U.S. Capitol.
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11men and one sissy, "Boehner "!
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Congress just passed – and the president signed into law – the first real entitlement spending reforms in nearly two decades, all without any tax hikes. These two facts are big wins for all Americans.
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let's just all stop paying taxes. they don't have prisons big enough to hold us all
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Must-watch 60-second video. We have much more to do, but this has been a good start: 
✓ Passed entitlement reform into law
✓ Approved greater access for college savings
✓ Passed a Balanced Budget

and much more: http://j.mp/1cCjTI0   
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Shine the trolls on, they have to live with their own filth, we dont,...
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Our balanced budget includes a plan to fix our tax code by lowering rates and clearing out all the loopholes. Everyone should be able to do their taxes on two sheets of paper.
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That would be a good start. Now lower all spending and get us back in the black.
NO MORE NEW TAXES EVER!
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This week, the House of Representatives will mark #TaxDay  by passing a series of commonsense bills to rein in #IRS  abuse, protect taxpayers, and hold agency employees accountable for misconduct.
The people’s House will mark Tax Day “by passing a series of commonsense bills to rein in IRS abuse, protect taxpayer rights, and hold agency employees accountable for misconduct.”
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+Axiom that I think it's stupid to waste my energy protecting someone who doesn't need protecting someone who doesn't need protecting....yeap. I wouldn't expect someone who makes less than 200k to protect me, because that would be stupid.
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After visiting 7 countries in 7 days to meet with allies like Israel and others in the Middle East, my concerns about Iran have only grown.
Israel, Iraq, and more…
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WHY DO YOU HAVE TO YELL?!?!

Seriously, John Wayne (or do you prefer "Francis"?) slow your roll a moment.  We're here having fun at the expense of one of the most useless Senators in the history of our nation.

Now, can you kindly (and calmly) list your sources for the information you are trying to relay?  Specifically the ties between Iran and the Taliban and the length of time they've been working together.  I must insist on credible sources.  Inforwars and other such ilk have been discredited too often by people who actually do investigative journalism.
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Our tax code is a nightmare. You deserve a flatter, simpler code so you can do your taxes on two sheets of paper.
Speaker Boehner discussed a broad range of issues – from the need for President Obama to lead on Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and tax reform to concerns over the administration’s framework for a nuclear agreement with Iran.
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+John Ringle​ meh, I'm close to that now. I can definitely afford to pay more taxes, and I even live in nyc, where taxes are very high. Lots of people complain about it, but they're just being short sighted. It's better for everyone, rich people included, if society provides some basic human dignity to is weakest citizens. 
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"I don’t think the Iranians have any intention of giving up their desire for a nuclear weapon…But the Congress is going to play a role one way or another if these talks continue.”
Speaker Boehner discussed a broad range of issues – from the need for President Obama to lead on Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and tax reform to concerns over the administration’s framework for a nuclear agreement with Iran.
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Boehner does not agree with Ronald Reagan.
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Good news → The House just voted to repeal the Death Tax PERMANENTLY.
These are common-sense bills that make the tax code simpler and fairer for hardworking families
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+Gary Rudd I think we are on the same page.

But again, Boner has his definition is American people and polls have a different definition. 
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The headlines say it all.  President Obama’s liberal agenda hurts middle-class families.
On this Tax Day, President Obama should’ve told Americans the truth about his latest budget plan. The fact is, despite all the White House spin, even liberals say the president’s proposal will mean higher taxes for middle-class families.
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+Dylan McCloskey , there are plenty of rich and middle class people who are drunks, drug addicts, and poor money managers.  In fact, quite a few rich people have become bankrupt, proving that it's not how much money we earn or spend but how much we save that determines our wealth.  But the difference between the rich and the poor is that unless they are nouveau rich and don't have any rich friends, the rich folks can be bailed out by other rich folks when they spend their money foolishly.  Most middle class folks also have relatives who can help when they are in a tight spot.  For example, because I'm a better money manager than my brother, I have bailed him out several times, including when he was about to lose his house.  But people who are born into poor families don't have anyone to bail them out when they have bad habits, so they end up homeless or on welfare.  

   
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We should make our tax code so fair and so simple that everyone can do their taxes on two sheets of paper.
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Abolish the abc govt
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Was honored to welcome  #Masters  champions Jack Nicklaus & Arnold Palmer to the U.S. Capitol recently.   #MastersSunday
“Was honored to welcome #Masters legends Arnold Palmer & @jacknicklaus to the @uscapitol ⛳️ #GoldenBear #TheKing #Masters2015”
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Dinosaurs. 
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