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September 27, 2012



Very possible, but still short of a filibuster-proof majority so these games will continue to be played

Gary M. Piwonka

Well, just same-o-same-o, in my opinion. Back in the "old days" there existed a term titled "bi-partisanship," that accomplished quite a few resourceful outcomes. Now it's all one for one and one for all.....Welfare or Warfare...where will the printing press distribute the most fiat.


However Adamakis, the Democrats will continue to control the Senate, and don't be surprised if the Democrats also pick up a Senate seat (or two)!


With the President thusly (mis)treating the Senate in regard to its consent role whist holding a Democratic plurality, one wonders how he'll deal with a Senate under Republican control.

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