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31. I shudder to think what Hillary would get done, with the willing assistance of the GOP.
Fri Apr 1, 2016, 06:41 PM
Apr 2016

Third Way neocon stuff. No thank you.

Clinton doesn't have to worry about getting anything done. Warren Stupidity Apr 2016 #1
Like she hasn't done anything- except bad- for reproductive rights.... bettyellen Apr 2016 #14
So by using that scale of partisanship and your logic revbones Apr 2016 #2
What I am saying is Andy823 Apr 2016 #5
Seems to have gotten a lot accomplished despite the false narrative in your OP revbones Apr 2016 #7
If the Democrats controlled the House and the Senate, that would be true. N.T. Donald Ian Rankin Apr 2016 #16
This message was self-deleted by its author TheDormouse Apr 2016 #24
The same exact way everyone else does LostOne4Ever Apr 2016 #3
Did you read the article? Andy823 Apr 2016 #6
You asked how he could get things done. I answered LostOne4Ever Apr 2016 #13
Bernie Sanders Scored Victories for Years via Legislative Side Doors NYTimes snowy owl Apr 2016 #4
That is not leadership. Lucinda Apr 2016 #9
And over the last six years how's Obama done? What did H accomplish as Senator? Facts, please. snowy owl Apr 2016 #17
Seriously? You haven't researched the records of the candidates yourself? Lucinda Apr 2016 #34
smoke and mirrors snowy owl Apr 2016 #41
LOL Lucinda Apr 2016 #42
It would look like your research on H, wouldn't it? snowy owl Apr 2016 #43
Not one Senator is standing with him, that should say it all FloridaBlues Apr 2016 #36
Yep. n/t Lucinda Apr 2016 #37
Says the corporate dems stick together timmymoff Apr 2016 #38
Trump, Cruz and Sanders ALL Would be the Most Isolated Presidents in Modern History Stallion Apr 2016 #8
No senator has endorsed Bernie cosmicone Apr 2016 #10
or it could also be proof beedle Apr 2016 #32
All 99 of them? LMAO cosmicone Apr 2016 #33
Ironic how an Independent is being accused of being "too partisan" 99th_Monkey Apr 2016 #11
The Obama administration did everything possible JCanete Apr 2016 #12
Work? Yes. Collaborate? No. Tierra_y_Libertad Apr 2016 #15
Cruz is 2nd-most partisan senator AFTER Bernie? Hortensis Apr 2016 #18
I've wondered the same thing. For someone who's been in Congress for 25 years, the best politicaljunkie41910 Apr 2016 #19
did you read this? TheDormouse Apr 2016 #20
Well bless your heart... catnhatnh Apr 2016 #21
I could have run up the score catnhatnh Apr 2016 #22
206 bills? How could the op have missed that? beam me up scottie Apr 2016 #23
I'm amazed too... catnhatnh Apr 2016 #25
I've posted a link to that info many times, they always ignore it for some reason. beam me up scottie Apr 2016 #27
Honest mistake I'm sure...n/t catnhatnh Apr 2016 #29
Oh most certainly, no one would be that disingenuous. beam me up scottie Apr 2016 #30
Another Goldwater Girl BS post Roland99 Apr 2016 #26
Why do you keep asking the question? Vinca Apr 2016 #28
I shudder to think what Hillary would get done, with the willing assistance of the GOP. djean111 Apr 2016 #31
Hillary thinks we get to single payer by having 31 repuke governors enact it. libtodeath Apr 2016 #35
I'm not going to give you any crap, Andy ... Trajan Apr 2016 #39
A President doesn't need to work across the "isle." Ron Green Apr 2016 #40
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