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  • Quote:"He is using an example of someone having to take their child to the hospital while not having insurance and being stuck with a hefty medical bill when someone began to ask "Where in the Constitution…"

    Rep. Hare cuts the man off and says "I don't worry about the Constitution on this to be honest…"

    // It's just a piece of paper

  • // I just like the word "peeps"
    (tags: martyemail)
  • Quote:"Still, the jobs report was a mixed one. Of the 162,000 new jobs in March, 48,000 were government-created Census Bureau positions. And because the new jobs weren't enough to offset increasing numbers entering the job market, the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 9.7 percent, where it has been stuck since January, after surging to 10.1 percent last October.

    // So, the actual unemployment rate didn't improve, despite lots of temp census jobs, the longterm unemployment rate is getting worse, plus these numbers don't include those lost to the "stopped looking" category, and our president is declaring victory? Oh yeah, I'm totally with him on that.

  • // This has always been a pain for me.
  • Quote:"The RNC had hoped that the fallout from the scandal known as "bondage-gate" would blow over when it fired Allison Meyers, the staffer who put in for reimbursed expenses for a January outing at the Voyeur sex club. Meyers had been entertaining members of the RNC's Young Eagles—i.e., conservative donors under the age of 45. Her dismissal came a day after the Daily Caller, a conservative website, published an expose of questionable RNC expenditures.

    // Que Disastre! But money doesn't have the effect on elections people think it does. It's a smaller effect. Hopefully this money, instead of going to th RNC, will instead find its way to local candidates.

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