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Re: The (Almost) Dawn Of The Republic?

Postby BobR » Sun Nov 18, 2012 4:27 pm

Unfortunately, we haven't dodged the ball entirely. The Republican'ts still control the House, thanks to their gerrymandering of the districts following the 2010 census, and the Senate Republican'ts apparently still haven't got the word their policies have been rejected by the majority of the American public and are still throwing up road blocks to an effective Congress.
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Re: The (Almost) Dawn Of The Republic?

Postby Julie-Su Fan » Tue Nov 20, 2012 8:01 pm

Just found this via google search. I think this belongs here :lol:

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Re: The (Almost) Dawn Of The Republic?

Postby DawnBest » Wed Jan 09, 2013 8:22 am

I was just thinking about this, today... Mitt stole Ken's idea :)

But really, when my husband and I visited Ken in September we were treated to an early screening and it was a great premise. I really hope Ken gets this one off the ground because this is the kind of stuff he writes very well.
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Re: The (Almost) Dawn Of The Republic?

Postby jameygamer » Wed Jan 09, 2013 4:33 pm

BobR wrote:Unfortunately, we haven't dodged the ball entirely. The Republican'ts still control the House, thanks to their gerrymandering of the districts following the 2010 census, and the Senate Republican'ts apparently still haven't got the word their policies have been rejected by the majority of the American public and are still throwing up road blocks to an effective Congress.

Everybody in Congress is ineffective, Republicans and Democrats alike. I'm more a libertarian.
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