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Old 01-27-2011, 02:54 AM
bjkeefe bjkeefe is offline
 
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Default Re: Republicans demonstrate their consistent and sincere respect for counter-majoritarian rules

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Originally Posted by chiwhisoxx View Post
Consider a few things: That I got your point, understood it perfectly, and realized it was not a very interesting point, and moved on.
You've got a mighty strange understanding of not being interested and moving on, I'll say that. Seemed to me more like your thoughts were these: "I must insert a Republican talking point here, or my boss will yell at me. Staleness is no issue!!!1! As page 1 of the RWNM Manual states, Repetition is everything!!!1!"

Interesting to see you throw your teammate out the window, in a sad effort to save a modicum of face, I will say that.

But back to your hero and hers (via):

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Paul Ryan vs Paul Ryan

I don’t have a ton to say about Paul Ryan’s response speech except to note it was odd that he didn’t mention any of the proposals associated with Paul Ryan’s “budget roadmap.” He spoke at length about his desire for less spending and more limited government. But he didn’t mention which programs, specifically, he wants to eliminate. Which is particularly odd because the “roadmap” calls for, among other things, the elimination of Medicare. That’s kind of a big deal! If Ryan thinks we should do that, wouldn’t a nationally televised addressed be a good opportunity to explain it to people?
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