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So, are the Republicans having some sort of competition?
RE: So, are the Republicans having some sort of competition?
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I was not previously aware that a single Senator could essentially veto a bill... but it's happened three times this term, to three different electoral reform bills, by three different Republican Senators.

The Register (based in the UK): Republican senators shoot down a triple whammy of proposed election security laws

Y'know, when you're less interested in honesty than Facebook is, you've got a problem.
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Since it's an election year in the USA: How to Immigrate to Canada, direct from the Government of Canada's website. "How you can immigrate to Canada, how to protect yourself from fraud and what to expect after you arrive in Canada."
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RE: So, are the Republicans having some sort of competition?
#52
The Republican party is honestly interested in the election results.
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#53
My, the House Republicans certainly care about minority rights when they're the ones involved, don't they?
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Really, I think that Trump pulling out of Syria was a bridge too far for them.  There were many, many Republicans that were in favor of continued support of the Kurds in Syria, and damn whatever the hell Turkey's own lunatic-in-chief says.  But hey, I guess that's just Trump for you.  Seeing innocent people getting killed by authoritarians simply for being another ethnicity just gives him such a raging hard-on that he doesn't even have to touch himself before he goes like this.  (No, you do not want to open that link at work or school.  Tongue  )
Yasuri Nanami is my number one waifu, if only because she would horribly murder all the others if they didn't shut up and toe the line.

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-Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull
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Washington Post journalist Dan Zak describes Donald Trump, Jr.'s book Triggered:  "It’s the type of book that William F. Buckley Jr. might’ve written if his vocabulary and rhetorical skills were halved."
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its the Washington comPost, they couldn't say anything nice about a Trump, Trump loyalist or Trump official if you paid them to
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RE: So, are the Republicans having some sort of competition?
#57
Wait, William Buckley? He wrote a book? ... Oh, wait, okay. To be fair, a Trump managing to write coherent sentences is a noteworthy achievement.

Anyhow, your political suffering provides me some relief, after the week of bullshit we've had down here.
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