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(Breitbart.com)   Republicans get a taste of their own medicine. Whether that medicine is Valtrex or Viagra is up for debate   (breitbart.com) divider line 42
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2013-06-13 08:13:39 AM
So both side are bad.

/Vote Republican
 
2013-06-13 08:23:52 AM
Yeah, I have to say I agree with Reid on this one.  The political reality is that Republicans have implemented a 60-vote requirement in the Senate.  Why are the Republicans upset about that being applied to their own amendments?
 
2013-06-13 08:57:34 AM
"I don't think anybody's acted in better good faith than I have," Hatch claimed.

Ahahahaha....that's rich.  Well, I needed a good laugh this morning.
 
2013-06-13 09:28:14 AM
To put this in perspective, we go live to Andrew Breitbart.

Andrew?

forensicarchaeology.org
 
2013-06-13 09:32:41 AM
The problem with giving Republicans ED pills is that the country gets farked harder and longer.
 
2013-06-13 09:33:15 AM
Vagisil

/they are sorely in need of....
 
2013-06-13 09:34:26 AM
Aricept
 
2013-06-13 09:43:50 AM
Senate works the way it is supposed to work. More at 11, Ric.
 
2013-06-13 09:46:27 AM
I try to avoid breitbart links, but this one is delightful. It seems like people over there are turning quite vehemently on Rubio and very quickly (and I must have missed this if it had already started). Also a discussion on Article II, Section 1 and what natural born citizen means. To them, both your parents must be citizens to count as natural born.

And then there is this gem:
Alej:
Parents must be citizens, as well. "Law Of Nations," 1758.
 
2013-06-13 09:52:02 AM
That can't be Breitbart. The should be much closer to the ass.

forensicarchaeology.org
 
2013-06-13 09:52:50 AM
Head.  The head should be much closer to the ass.
 
2013-06-13 09:54:20 AM
cdn3.sbnation.com
 
2013-06-13 09:55:50 AM
Grassley was pushing for an up-or-down vote by the Senate on his amendment, which would have required the border to be secured for six full months before any legalization of illegal immigrants in America began.

Does his amendment even define 'secured'?
 
2013-06-13 10:00:46 AM

Diogenes: The problem with giving Republicans ED pills is that the country gets farked harder and longer.


not in suppository form.
 
2013-06-13 10:04:22 AM

Nhaima: I try to avoid breitbart links, but this one is delightful. It seems like people over there are turning quite vehemently on Rubio and very quickly (and I must have missed this if it had already started). Also a discussion on Article II, Section 1 and what natural born citizen means. To them, both your parents must be citizens to count as natural born.

And then there is this gem:
Alej:
Parents must be citizens, as well. "Law Of Nations," 1758.


No, "natural born citizen" is whatever keep Obama out of office.
 
2013-06-13 10:06:55 AM

QueenMamaBee: Aricept


nailed it
 
2013-06-13 10:08:37 AM

dywed88: Nhaima: I try to avoid breitbart links, but this one is delightful. It seems like people over there are turning quite vehemently on Rubio and very quickly (and I must have missed this if it had already started). Also a discussion on Article II, Section 1 and what natural born citizen means. To them, both your parents must be citizens to count as natural born.

And then there is this gem:
Alej:
Parents must be citizens, as well. "Law Of Nations," 1758.

No, "natural born citizen" is whatever keep Obama the ni-BONG out of office.


Ftfy
 
2013-06-13 10:14:01 AM
Not clicking a Deadbart link. Not gonna do it. No sir.
 
2013-06-13 10:22:06 AM
Cue the pic of the crying kid in a suit with a GOP button on.
 
2013-06-13 10:28:01 AM
If I thought for one second that allowing this up or down vote would even slightly encourage the GOP to give up filibustering everything, I might be inclined to agree with him.
 
2013-06-13 10:31:58 AM

vinniethepoo: Cue the pic of the crying kid in a suit with a GOP button on.


John Boehner?
 
2013-06-13 10:37:04 AM
This isn't new, Reid was tabling everything that came from Congress once the Dems lost their majority there. He's just continued the process in a different manner.
 
2013-06-13 10:37:25 AM
If Republicans actually owned up to filibustering everything and owned up to any good and/or bad that came from all of their filibustering, then I'm OK with them doing it. Own up to it pu$$ies. Admit to the country that 'we stopped any bills that would help the President'.

What they have done is filibustering everything, and then have the balls to blame Obama for not getting anything done. I don't know how a large amount of R voters (and Politicians as well) can claim that Obama is a dictator, while at the same time biatch that he is not getting anything done, due to every bill that could help gets blocked by the Republicans. That pretty much makes Obama the opposite of a dictator... you know, relying on Congress to get things done.
 
2013-06-13 10:41:37 AM

Nhaima: I try to avoid breitbart links, but this one is delightful. It seems like people over there are turning quite vehemently on Rubio and very quickly (and I must have missed this if it had already started). Also a discussion on Article II, Section 1 and what natural born citizen means. To them, both your parents must be citizens to count as natural born.

And then there is this gem:
Alej:
Parents must be citizens, as well. "Law Of Nations," 1758.


The Law of Nations: authored by a neutrality loving Swiss, written in surrender-loving French.  When's the last time either of those countries have mattered?  Why should we base our system of government on their failed policies?
 
2013-06-13 10:44:01 AM
Aricept.
 
2013-06-13 10:44:12 AM

Nhaima: Also a discussion on Article II, Section 1 and what natural born citizen means. To them, both your parents must be citizens to count as natural born.


Ted Cruz was born in Canada (or maybe Cuba,then Canada) so he is ineligible for the Presidency. The Repubs seem to think this doesn't matter...I remember whenOrin Hatch said if the wonderful Ahnold Schvatzineger wanted to run, then he, Orin, would make sure the Constitution would be changed to accommodate him. So much for the GOPer sacred reverence for the "God endowed Christian" document.
 
2013-06-13 10:51:40 AM

Karac: Nhaima: I try to avoid breitbart links, but this one is delightful. It seems like people over there are turning quite vehemently on Rubio and very quickly (and I must have missed this if it had already started). Also a discussion on Article II, Section 1 and what natural born citizen means. To them, both your parents must be citizens to count as natural born.

And then there is this gem:
Alej:
Parents must be citizens, as well. "Law Of Nations," 1758.

The Law of Nations: authored by a neutrality loving Swiss, written in surrender-loving French.  When's the last time either of those countries have mattered?  Why should we base our system of government on their failed policies?


What makes a man turn neutral? Lust for gold? Power? Or were you just born with a heart full of neutrality?.
 
2013-06-13 11:04:29 AM

Whiskey Pete: Not clicking a Deadbart link. Not gonna do it. No sir.


The main issue with browsing fark on mobile, you don't know the source until you click.
 
2013-06-13 11:12:13 AM

Karac: Grassley was pushing for an up-or-down vote by the Senate on his amendment, which would have required the border to be secured for six full months before any legalization of illegal immigrants in America began.

Does his amendment even define 'secured'?


I believe it does.  100% "operational control" and 90% apprehension rate were the numbers I heard.  Which is great for Republicans.  Basically, they're numbers that can't be fulfilled (or even really defined), and if there's a Republican president in office, then he or she (likely he) will just say we haven't hit the numbers yet, so no path to citizenship.  This way, Republicans get the border control bill they want, Dems don't get the path to citizenship that they want, and immigrants continue being second class wage-slaves for Republican donors.  Perfect Republican compromise!
 
2013-06-13 11:16:19 AM
It's Only Kosher If You're A Republican
 
2013-06-13 11:40:48 AM

Karac: Nhaima: I try to avoid breitbart links, but this one is delightful. It seems like people over there are turning quite vehemently on Rubio and very quickly (and I must have missed this if it had already started). Also a discussion on Article II, Section 1 and what natural born citizen means. To them, both your parents must be citizens to count as natural born.

And then there is this gem:
Alej:
Parents must be citizens, as well. "Law Of Nations," 1758.

The Law of Nations: authored by a neutrality loving Swiss, written in surrender-loving French.  When's the last time either of those countries have mattered?  Why should we base our system of government on their failed policies?


Well, the Swiss are still heavily involved in international economics and both are a part of the EU. What I found to be funnier than that was him citing it as if it had legal precedent since the date he gave to it precedes the Constitution, the Articles of Confederation, and the entire Revolutionary War and therefore the widespread concept of the United States as an independent entity.
 
2013-06-13 11:51:32 AM

Chakro: This isn't new, Reid was tabling everything that came from Congress once the Dems lost their majority there. He's just continued the process in a different manner.


I wonder why he'd table so much? It's not like the current majority party in the House has done nothing but try and repeal Obamacare, ban abortion, punish women for being raped, and otherwise push the worst of Republican ideology, instead of focusing on jobs like they promised!
 
2013-06-13 11:58:07 AM
Is Santorum 'medicine?'
 
2013-06-13 12:03:07 PM
Cry more, you obstructionist shiat.
 
2013-06-13 12:37:09 PM

dywed88: Whiskey Pete: Not clicking a Deadbart link. Not gonna do it. No sir.

The main issue with browsing fark on mobile, you don't know the source until you click.


Yeah you do, it's just really tiny, below the headline.
 
2013-06-13 12:41:36 PM

codergirl42: dywed88: Whiskey Pete: Not clicking a Deadbart link. Not gonna do it. No sir.

The main issue with browsing fark on mobile, you don't know the source until you click.

Yeah you do, it's just really tiny, below the headline.


Thank you. I don't know how I didn't notice that before. And I clicked on a Breitbart link that wasn't hidden this morning, I feel dirty...
 
2013-06-13 01:04:36 PM

Karac: Nhaima: I try to avoid breitbart links, but this one is delightful. It seems like people over there are turning quite vehemently on Rubio and very quickly (and I must have missed this if it had already started). Also a discussion on Article II, Section 1 and what natural born citizen means. To them, both your parents must be citizens to count as natural born.

And then there is this gem:
Alej:
Parents must be citizens, as well. "Law Of Nations," 1758.

The Law of Nations: authored by a neutrality loving Swiss, written in surrender-loving French.  When's the last time either of those countries have mattered?  Why should we base our system of government on their failed policies?


THIS
 
2013-06-13 01:04:47 PM
You're all missing the real point here. Orrin Hatch said, "I don't want to be stiffed at this time and I'm not the kind of guy who takes stiffing lightly."
 
2013-06-13 01:19:46 PM
I normally don't cheer one's death, but seeing Fark's comments about this late guy just kind of brings me a little glimmer of hope or something.  I'll call dibs on a window seat just in case
 
2013-06-13 01:35:24 PM
[absentmindedly picks up a femur, munches on it contemplatively]
 
2013-06-13 01:44:30 PM
"So I have to ask, who is obstructing now?" Grassley said.


Help! we're being oppressed!
well into President Obamas 2nd term & we've all witnessed the obstruction from the right.

fark you GOP, LOL, fark you til you die!
 
2013-06-13 07:46:13 PM

Kome: vinniethepoo: Cue the pic of the crying kid in a suit with a GOP button on.

John Boehner?


BAM!
 
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