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One thing that will be missed when Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid retires from Congress is his colorful rhetoric.

Reid — who has a long history of bluntness, at times arguably to a fault — announced Friday he will not seek reelection in 2016. Indeed, since he arrived in Congress in 1983, Reid has rarely shied from a creative insult or incendiary jab.
One thing that will be missed when Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid retires from Congress is his colorful rhetoric. Reid — who has a long history of bluntness, at times arguably to a fault — announced Friday he will not seek reelection in 2016. Indeed, since he arrived in Congress in 1983, Reid has rarely shied from a creative insult or...
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No, we won't forget Watergate. 
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Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announced Friday he would not seek reelection, a decision that will reshape the hierarchy in the Senate Democratic Caucus and upend Nevada’s political landscape.

In a farewell video, Reid, 75, said his brutal eye injury in January forced him to reevaluate his life and think about his career.

“I’ve had time to ponder and to think. We’ve got to be more concerned about the country, the Senate, the state of Nevada than us,” Reid said. “And as a result of that, I’m not going to run for reelection.”
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announced Friday he would not seek reelection, a decision that will reshape the hierarchy in the Senate Democratic Caucus and upend Nevada’s political landscape. In a farewell video, Reid, 75, said his brutal eye injury in January forced him to reevaluate his life and think about his career. “I’ve...
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+Brian Savarese The lies and bigotry from that man has completely disgraced the office he held. He helped Obama deceive the American People to ram ObaamaCare against the will of over half of this country.

He continued the disgraceful conduct when he pulled the nuclear option in order to force through Obama nominations of people so unfit for the positions they were being nominated for.

I don't care what party you are, you should be outraged at what he did over the last 6 years. 
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Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel, currently fighting for his political life in a heated run-off campaign, floated the idea Wednesday of naming an airport after the Windy City’s favorite son: President Barack Obama.

When asked at a candidate forum at Chicago State University why he was no longer supporting his own proposal to name two high schools after Obama and influential religious and community leader Arthur Brazier, Emanuel said that he was still looking for ways to “acknowledge people who have done significant things.”
Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel, currently fighting for his political life in a heated run-off campaign, floated the idea Wednesday of naming an airport after the Windy City’s favorite son: President Barack Obama. When asked at a candidate forum at Chicago State University why he was no longer supporting his own proposal to name two high schools...
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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has joined the swarms of despondent tweens mourning the departure of One Direction member Zayn Malik.

On Wednesday, as news broke that the English boy-band star was leaving the group, one tweeter asked the mayor “why have you not yet released an official statement on the Zayn Malik situation?”

“We are all devastated about Zayn Malik but we must soldier on,” Walsh responded.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has joined the swarms of despondent tweens mourning the departure of One Direction member Zayn Malik. On Wednesday, as news broke that the English boy-band star was leaving the group, one tweeter asked the mayor “why have you not yet released an official statement on the Zayn Malik situation?” “We are all...
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So! Rock stars are like rabbits, hare today ,has been tomorrow
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Joe Biden isn’t not running for president.

That’s not a typo: Hillary Clinton is about to kick off her campaign, and the vice president has taken no steps to run, or to figure out a real plan for what happens if he doesn’t. But he’s not out of the race, either.

Biden ran for the Democratic nomination in 1988 and again in 2008, and has said he’ll announce this summer whether he’s going to try again. His family is vacillating, aides say. Close advisers say they are so in the dark about what’s in his head that some think he might blow past that self-imposed summer deadline, or even December, or even later, just letting the question hang.
Joe Biden isn’t not running for president. That’s not a typo: Hillary Clinton is about to kick off her campaign, and the vice president has taken no steps to run, or to figure out a real plan for what happens if he doesn’t. But he’s not out of the race, either. Biden ran for the Democratic nomination in 1988 and again in 2008,...
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Just what America needs. A goofball!
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Mitt Romney, who it was reported last week will take on Evander Holyfield, the former heavyweight champ, for a charity boxing match, joked Tuesday that he can take on all comers — as long as the fight is officiated fairly.

“Look, I can fight anybody so long as Candy Crowley isn’t the referee,” Romney told Fox News host Neil Cavuto. “We’re going to script this out.”
Mitt Romney, who it was reported last week will take on Evander Holyfield, the former heavyweight champ, for a charity boxing match, joked Tuesday that he can take on all comers — as long as the fight is officiated fairly. “Look, I can fight anybody so long as Candy Crowley isn’t the referee,” Romney told Fox News host Neil...
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When will this Mormon man-god exit stage "you're all beneath me"?
His con-tinued trying to look human is getting old, and rather sickening... what's next, the dunkin' booth??
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Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid’s decision to retire will unleash a torrent of political maneuvering in Nevada, where the behind-the-scenes jockeying to succeed him has already been underway for months.

Speculation that Reid wouldn’t run again — driven by his health problems and relatively small war chest — has led operatives on both sides of the aisle to float a slew of potential high-profile replacements, from popular Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval to former Democratic state Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid’s decision to retire will unleash a torrent of political maneuvering in Nevada, where the behind-the-scenes jockeying to succeed him has already been underway for months. Speculation that Reid wouldn’t run again — driven by his health problems and relatively small war chest — has led operatives...
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plenty of empty park benches or bus stop benches in nevada...any one of them can replace harry the fck reid.
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House Homeland Security Chairman Mike McCaul says he worries that details of this week’s deadly Germanwings jet crash in France provide “a playbook for terrorists” to take down planes, even if the incident was not a terrorist attack itself.

He said there’s no indication that the crash, which killed all 150 passengers, was linked to terrorism, despite French authorities’ accusations that the co-pilot had deliberately crashed the plane. But the fact that the captain was locked out of the cockpit while the plane descended into the French Alps “has exposed a great vulnerability,” he said Thursday.
House Homeland Security Chairman Mike McCaul says he worries that details of this week’s deadly Germanwings jet crash in France provide “a playbook for terrorists” to take down planes, even if the incident was not a terrorist attack itself.He said there’s no indication that the crash, which killed all 150 passengers, was linked...
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Agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration reportedly had “sex parties” with prostitutes hired by drug cartels in Colombia, according to a new inspector general report released by the Justice Department on Thursday.

In addition, Colombian police officers allegedly provided “protection for the DEA agents’ weapons and property during the parties,” the report states. Ten DEA agents later admitted attending the parties, and some of the agents received suspensions of two to 10 days.
Agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration reportedly had “sex parties” with prostitutes hired by drug cartels in Colombia, according to a new inspector general report released by the Justice Department on Thursday. In addition, Colombian police officers allegedly provided “protection for the DEA agents’ weapons and property...
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Disband the DEA and put an end to this useless "war on drugs". 
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Sen. Ted Cruz hasn’t made a final decision on whether he will sign up for Obamacare but will make up his mind “in the coming days,” a spokesman said Wednesday.

Rick Tyler, national spokesman for the Texas Republican senator’s newly launched presidential campaign, also defended Cruz against charges of hypocrisy for suggesting that he might enroll in Affordable Care Act health exchanges.

“Senator Cruz and his wife are still weighing options for their family,” Tyler wrote in an email to POLITICO when asked about the senator’s current thinking on enrolling in an ACA health insurance exchange, adding that the senator would make a decision shortly.
Sen. Ted Cruz hasn’t made a final decision on whether he will sign up for Obamacare but will make up his mind “in the coming days,” a spokesman said Wednesday. Rick Tyler, national spokesman for the Texas Republican senator’s newly launched presidential campaign, also defended Cruz against charges of hypocrisy for suggesting...
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he will sign up for sure but only when no one is looking.
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After two weeks of backroom negotiations with fiscal conservatives and defense hawks, the House approved a spending blueprint that would balance the budget in a decade, transform Medicare and Medicaid, prevent tax increases and repeal Obamacare.
Speaker John Boehner and his top lieutenants finally scored a big win. After two weeks of backroom negotiations with fiscal conservatives and defense hawks, the House approved a spending blueprint that would balance the budget in a decade, transform Medicare and Medicaid, prevent tax increases and repeal Obamacare.Unlike previous budget fights, where...
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+FatherJ13 No, really for mostly the last two, but really since Reagan years when deregulation of the financial industry brought America, and other countries around the world to their economic knees for the sake of greed and influence.
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The Army is charging Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl with desertion and “misbehavior in the face of the enemy” for leaving his post in Afghanistan in 2009, according to the soldier’s attorney, a case certain to reignite the political battle in Washington over his return from captivity.

Lawyer Eugene Fidell told The Washington Post and other news organizations that Bergdahl had learned about the Army decision early Wednesday afternoon. The Army announced it’s planning a press conference to discuss its “planned next steps” in the case for 3:30 p.m.
The Army is charging Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl with desertion and “misbehavior in the face of the enemy” for leaving his post in Afghanistan in 2009, according to the soldier’s attorney, a case certain to reignite the political battle in Washington over his return from captivity. Lawyer Eugene Fidell told The Washington Post and other news...
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+Brad Gillin You have judged yourself if you do not believe in the sanctity of justice or understand the challenge of war.  Bergdahl is not the first or last soldier to cause the death of others through mistakes or fear or both.  WAR IS HELL.  Thanks for your service.
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