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The political nature vs nurture argument. Which matters more: Candidates or the political ground on which they run?
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I am probably being picky, but "a general consensus," is redundant; it's just a consensus or it is not. 
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Website bugs or not, Obamacare looks to be a political problem for swing state Democrats up in 2014.
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He's just a great guy! The truth is the truth for as far as he can see, I can tell.. Years of watching his show. Although I do say I miss 'George W. should be imprisoned for war crimes-Bush' because Daily Show was crackin them out of the park everynight !   I see your Mr.Post and all, apologize for my view on GB, I know its a soar subject, can I atleast say I liked bush before 911/saudi arabia/cia operation? 
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ehhhh I say he would never had a chance if he didnt get the Paul backing last time around, um I mean Pauls strategist... I say get rid of that old turd. Lets get Term limits, then hed never exist after a certain point....yay!  lol he looks like a cut old turtle..
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This is why the US needs to be divided into at least 2 smaller countries.  Too many mergers, too many acquisitions, too much internal polarization.  Split up the country and let each party run its own new/smaller country with no compromise.
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You can't fire everyone in Congress. So, what can you do?
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educate everyone to become LIBERTARIANS! lol but seriously..the cool middle,crazy left,and loony right all find home in the same party..
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As  a Libertarian, I agree not being for it. As the system could be beautiful in Liber-topia. But im afraid it may work a little. Although I already have had managers at very large corporations discussing in front of me due to the new laws the cutbacks to part times they are doing to there workers.. So there will be bad blow-back and un-intended consequences because of this law... I think the mandate is the worst part. But then again isn't that what defines it to be a law?  Republican party/dying ne-con party can not revoke this law, only a strong and braise n evolving Libertarian Party ideoligcal philosophy through education can get the population to that point. But it also include Fed Reserve bye bye,IRS/Income tax brought down/FED education department closed/ and  drug decriminalization /end to the drug war. Libertarians are the bomb rn't we? lol K ill leave your page now, but seen ya on tv, smart guy, good work
  
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What the NYC boroughs would look like if they were states. ow.ly/pF5od
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As a  lecturer in English Language and Linguistics at Milan University I am due to publish a book on the genre of political weblogs and their use in the course of the 2008 presidential elections entitled “COMUNICAZIONE E INTERAZIONE DISCORSIVA IN RETE: IL CASO DEI BLOG POLITICI”. The book is in Italian and will be published by an Italian publisher.
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Cory Booker is going to win. But that doesn't mean he's run a good campaign. http://ow.ly/pEZtl 
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Chris Cillizza writes “The Fix”, a politics blog for the Washington Post. He also covers the White House for the newspaper and website. Chris has appeared as a guest on NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, Fox News Channel and CNN to talk politics. He lives in Virginia with his wife and sons.
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