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Nancy Pelosi
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The House GOP's priorities?
1. Waste taxpayer dollars.
2. Ignore job creation.
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Valiant effort by Tim Howard and #USMNT. Great run Team #USA, you've made your country proud. We will always believe. 
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It’s been one year since the Senate passed immigration reform. How many excuses do House Republicans have left? #TimeIsNow
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+Angela Davis I fully understand. Democrats have hurt anyone that works. I will vote for Trump. USA is heading in the wrong direction.
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Headed to the White House Summit on Working Families to discuss how we can unleash the power of America’s hardworking women and families. Join me at 3:00 pm ET on Facebook, I’ll be sitting down to answer your questions live on Facebook! Look forward to hearing from you. 
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AMEN !!!!!!
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Immigrants help drive America's success, even in the World Cup! Look at what the #USMNT would look like without them: http://goo.gl/mJTYfy #TimeIsNow
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Tuesday, July 26, 2016:  I am a 56 year old single and disabled woman who is homeless and who has sought emergency homeless services in Philadelphia, PA over the course of just over a week in Philadelphia, PA while it just so happens that the Democrats were convening.  It is quite clear that the Democrats did no due diligence in selecting Philadelphia as a convention site from what I can tell.  After all, I have been lied to in having been told that I needed a Philadelphia, PA driver's license in order to access homeless services in Philadelphia and have been given a "psych eval" by someone who said that he was a "third party" and who admitted that he had no LCSW, MSW, PhD in Psychology or MSW-psychological/psychiatric credentials.  I have had to stay in a homeless shelter--"house of passage" at 48th St. and between Market St. and Haverford St.--that they have actually done illegal uranium dumping in the form of yellow dirty cake.  Is any of this going to be tested? When?
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Helping swear in my father, Thomas D'Alesandro Jr., as Mayor of Baltimore.

A public servant in the truest sense, his #FathersDayWish was that I—and all of America's sons and daughters—would find no obstacles on our paths to reaching our goals. Happy #FathersDay to every dad who is helping his children's dreams come true.
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For 50 years, the Civil Rights Act has stood as one of the great legislative achievements in our history: a pillar of fairness, justice and equality, and a monument to countless acts of courage that brought it into being.

This law was built by the daily heroism, dignity, and defiance of millions of Americans crying out for justice – daring to dream of a day beyond the segregation and the discrimination that cleaved our nation.

As we observe this anniversary, we must renew our commitment to reclaim the cornerstone of our democracy and pass a renewed, revised, and strengthened Voting Rights Act. Together, we will continue to advance the cause of civil rights in America, and carry forward the legacy of leadership that has made so much of our nation’s progress possible.
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+West Kagle racist Shaft has blocked me... after almost 4 years he just couldn't hang any more. ...
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With the #HobbyLobby decision, the Supreme Court took an outrageous step against the rights of America’s women, setting a dangerous precedent that could permit for-profit corporations to pick and choose which laws to obey. This deeply misguided and destructive decision is a serious blow to Americans’ ability to make their own health decisions

Allowing employers and CEOs to limit the health care available to employees is a gross violation of their workers’ religious rights. It’s just not her boss’s business. No employer should have the right to limit the health choices of its employees, male or female. #NotMyBossBusiness
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Oh, that's dumb, controlling birth!
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A year ago today, the Supreme Court struck a blow to the Voting Rights Act, landmark legislation that serves as the sentinel of every American’s right to vote. We cannot be silent, and we will not tolerate discrimination in our democracy. It’s time for Congress to renew the Voting Rights Act. #VRA4today 
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+Carmen Alexander you must have a lonely life to sit around making up a bunch of stupid ignorant left wing crazy nonsense. I really don't know how you clowns live with yourselves and all your collective racism and hate for the white people
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As someone who grew up in Baltimore, the Washington football team has always held a special place in my heart.  The team name is another matter.  For so many Native Americans, this name has long stood as a deep offense – an affront to the dignity of their heritage, and an insult to the proud identity they hope to pass on to their children and their grandchildren.

Today’s actions by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office are in line with longstanding rules on the treatment of disparaging or offensive names.  While we respect the right to free speech, slurs have no right to trademark protections.

The team that represents our nation’s capital should be a source of pride to all Americans.  It’s long past time for the Washington football team to choose a new name.
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Deport Nancee!
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What an incredible victory, congratulations #USMNT! We believe that we can win! #OneNationOneTeam  
United States centre-back John Brooks scored a stunning header to give the United States the 2-1 lead over Ghana.
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The President has made clear the situation in Iraq is not one that can be solved without its leaders demonstrating a willingness to make hard decisions and compromises to bring their country together.  First and foremost, Iraq’s leaders must step up and work with all Iraqis to overcome the sectarian differences that are crippling their country.

They must do more to strengthen the capacity and the morale of Iraq’s security forces, and ensure these forces hold true to their duty to the Iraqi people.  Taking these actions is the only way to achieve lasting security, stability and prosperity for all the people of Iraq.  

I was pleased by the President’s assurances that he will not send U.S. troops back into combat in Iraq.  Congress looks forward to receiving additional intelligence and information regarding the military, humanitarian and other support options being considered by the Administration. #Iraq  
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Yes I suport let work together,
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Democratic Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives
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I am the Democratic Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives for the 113th Congress.  I am focused on strengthening America's middle class and creating jobs. From 2007-2010, I served as Speaker of the House, having been elected as the first woman in American history to serve as Speaker. 
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  • Trinity
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Speaker, Nancy, D'Alesandro
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House Democratic Leader
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    House Democratic Leader, present
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