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  •  Assuming, in fact, he chooses to do that. (3+ / 0-)
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    TheOrchid, Laconic Lib, shaharazade

    I'm right there with you and the President, if he does that. If he goes hyper-compromiser-in-chief, he's going out on the limb on his own, again. He should know by now who and what got him elected.

    Purging predominantly minority voters and requiring them to present IDs to vote in the face of VIRTUALLY NON-EXISTENT VOTER FRAUD is RACISM! I hereby declare all consenting Republicans RACISTS until they stand up and object to these practices!

    by Words In Action on Fri Nov 09, 2012 at 06:11:26 AM PST

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    •  He's not stupid (2+ / 0-)
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      Don midwest, aliasalias

      or powerless he knows who and what got him elected. Look at the public reaction to the first debate when he said he was in agreement with the Randian lunatics on the right. If you listened to his election night speech behind the soaring rhetoric he was talking about reaching across the isle and victories for compromise. I think that the democratic end of the party has a rough road ahead and that we will once again be cast as irresponsible and told to STFU and support the way forward laid out by Goldman Sacks and the rest of the savvy businessmen who's only direction is to create some more wealth for the 1%.  

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