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  •  Good question (3+ / 0-)
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    From what I can gather nobody seriously expects this will work, but it puts pressure on the Rs to get moving on doing it the right way. It may be that they got enough to suggest they were serious and might pull that trigger if need be. They also will need some R votes on the petition, and may be waiting to see if any of those folks will step up - or have mobilized the R moderates to try to get the leadership off the pot.

    “Texas is a so-called red state, but you’ve got 10 million Democrats here in Texas. And …, there are a whole lot of people here in Texas who need us, and who need us to fight for them.” President Obama

    by Catte Nappe on Sat Oct 12, 2013 at 03:03:45 PM PDT

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    •  It is a good faith effort (6+ / 0-) use all procedural means at the disposal of Democrats to move toward action.

      If all Democrats are signed on, there is no ground for the Republicans to stand on procedurally that it is not their shutdown.

      The appearance is the main reason that I was asking whether every last Democrat in the caucus had signed on to the discharge petition.

      50 states, 210 media market, 435 Congressional Districts, 3080 counties, 192,480 precincts

      by TarheelDem on Sat Oct 12, 2013 at 03:08:13 PM PDT

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