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Saturday, November 26, 2022

The politics of spite

I just read the following comment here, and was, to say the least, dismayed:

“I’m hoping every day for something to pop up far beyond their control that throws a monkey wrench into this ongoing planned destruction, anything from an asteroid incoming, solar flare burst, super volcano eruption (Yellowstone basin) or non-flu related pandemic; ie., anything to put an end to these wars and force America to contract back to its shores in order to simply survive, lick its national wounds and hopefully stage a rebirth from many years of corruption and rot at the top.”

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Stop it – Stop it – Everybody is jumping on the Ensign destruction bandwagon. Where are all the liberals who said when Bill Clinton did it- “It’s his own personal business and shouldn’t be a political issue. The left in this country is siding with the Al Quada abd Taliban in wanting to destroy what the country is. Why don’t you just go spit on the graves of your own relatives who fought and died to keep this a free country.

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GOP silence on Ensign’s ethics problems

The second-ranking Senate Republican offered no support Sunday for embattled Sen. John Ensign, facing renewed criticism over an extramarital affair with an aide and the actions he took on behalf of her husband.

Asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” if Ensign can serve effectively or should step down, Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., did not address his colleague’s future and said he would await a Senate Ethics Committee investigation.

Kyl’s sidestep followed on Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell’s repeated refusals on Friday to answer questions about Ensign or pledge any support.

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Can Harry Reid deliver on health care reform?

Forget mission accomplished. Try mission seemingly impossible.

With the Senate Finance Committee on the verge of approving a sweeping health overhaul bill Tuesday, the path might appear open for action by the full Senate.

Not so fast.

First the Finance Committee bill must be combined with a more liberal version that the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee wrapped up this summer. This merger is so rare that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has never attempted it on any piece of legislation — much less one as complex as President Barack Obama’s top legislative priority. The senator from Searchlight, Nev., will need plenty of guiding light.

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Obama must face harsh reality of Afghan war

As a presidential candidate, Barack Obama denounced the war in Iraq and U.S. strategy there, vowing if elected to draw down troops and send them to Afghanistan to address the growing threat from al-Qaida and the Taliban.

“There is no military solution in Iraq,” Obama said.

Now, with mounting U.S. casualties in Afghanistan, waning public support for the war and a dire assessment of the situation on the ground by his commanding general, Obama may be forced to decide there is no military solution in Afghanistan, either.

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