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    I'm surprised that some of the progressives on this forum didn't comment on the future Speaker's appearance on 60 minutes.


    Strikes me as a fairly normal guy, somewhat emotional, who is not ashamed of his family & his roots. I particularly liked the part about cutting all House budgets by 5%. A good start , but more is needed in the way of cutting.
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    Thats because progressives and independents aren't as bloodthirsty politically as conservatives have shown to be.

    So the guy blows bubbles? Probably just emotionally labile. Perhaps he just came off a bad round of golf? No big deal.
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    60 minutes is still on the air?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    Thats because progressives and independents aren't as bloodthirsty politically as conservatives have shown to be.

    So the guy blows bubbles? Probably just emotionally labile. Perhaps he just came off a bad round of golf? No big deal.
    have you got a scorecard....its sharks feeding on sharks...its part of the dance they ALL do in Washington DC its not exclusive to any one party...and in the end its usually the American public that that feels the collateral damage
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    Thats because progressives and independents aren't as bloodthirsty politically as conservatives have shown to be.So the guy blows bubbles? Probably just emotionally labile. Perhaps he just came off a bad round of golf? No big deal.
    Yeah, I can't beleive how fair they have been with Bush!!


    What a crock of shat!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin S View Post
    I'm surprised that some of the progressives on this forum didn't comment on the future Speaker's appearance on 60 minutes.


    Strikes me as a fairly normal guy, somewhat emotional, who is not ashamed of his family & his roots. I particularly liked the part about cutting all House budgets by 5%. A good start , but more is needed in the way of cutting.
    Why not cut the house budget 50%? Plus, do away with thier pensions and Cadillac Health Care plans!

    While they are at it, they could dissolve the Departments of Energy and Education.

    End the wars in A'stan and Iraq. If they need protection, there are companies they can hire to do what they should be doing themselves.

    That would be a good start as we have seen we can't afford our big government.
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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Yeah, I can't beleive how fair they have been with Bush!!


    What a crock of shat!!


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    Fairness to Bush was that no one initiated impeachment proceedings in the last two years of his presidency and no one pursued criminal prosecutions after he left (despite a lot of pressure to do so). I suspect that had Bush been a Democrat with Republicans taking over in 2006, that we would have seen both. For the last 20 years, Democrats have played pussy cats to the Republicans' lions when it comes to pure vindictiveness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YardleyLabs View Post
    Fairness to Bush was that no one initiated impeachment proceedings in the last two years of his presidency and no one pursued criminal prosecutions after he left (despite a lot of pressure to do so). I suspect that had Bush been a Democrat with Republicans taking over in 2006, that we would have seen both. For the last 20 years, Democrats have played pussy cats to the Republicans' lions when it comes to pure vindictiveness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YardleyLabs View Post
    Fairness to Bush was that no one initiated impeachment proceedings in the last two years of his presidency and no one pursued criminal prosecutions after he left (despite a lot of pressure to do so). I suspect that had Bush been a Democrat with Republicans taking over in 2006, that we would have seen both. For the last 20 years, Democrats have played pussy cats to the Republicans' lions when it comes to pure vindictiveness.
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