ohh dear, that very bad news... beginning of the end for us...
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ill be off the internets if this passes the senate and sign into law
by o bummer
As I understand it the White House has vowed to veto the bill. This is just political strategy. The Rebulicans are thinking the President won't want to be seen as weak on National Security in an election year. So they push something like this thru, if it passes then great, they got more ability to spy on the people they serve. If it doesn't pass then they got an angle to attack the President on in an election year. A win either way for the republicans.
Just can't figure why anyone would or could vote for a republican's. There are on the wrong side of everything. Except tax breaks for the uber rich which I'm sure aren't to many off them here on the mag. MY TWO CENTS
why would you vote against your own self interest. So what if Obama didn't make weed legal, The republicans want to make sex illegal for PETS SAKE...... I can't have no illegals cutting my lawn I'm running to be the head money man. Not the Pressy of the United Stezzy as Fallon said.
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Conservatism is the distrust of the people tempered by fear.
This will probably die in the senate, but if it doesn't, Obummer will veto it.
Stupid move by the Republicans, as it's a "lose-lose" for them. They will only make Obummer look better if they ram it through the senate, which is why I think it dies there.
i'm all fucked up here ....... is it obama's fault?, or bushes fault?, or did reagan set it up to become clinton's fault?
or is it our fault for being o.k. with getting fucked coming and going ...... every day for the last 50 years?
From what I read on this topic it's not Obama's fault since he is against it although he's not against it for the right reasons, he feels it should be handled differently then the house bill and is wanting to hold out for a senate version that is currently stalled.