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(November 21) Today's Top Headlines - Democrats change filibuster rules

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  • John Flanagan posted at 10:46 am on Fri, Nov 22, 2013.

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    This president was in favor of the rules when the Democrats were in the Senate minority, but not now, since it is more conducive to Democratic Party hegemony to strip opposition of power, he is in favor of it. Obama has revealed his true dictatorial nature and his radical ideology day by day with each revelation, but his supportive media jackals and his army of brown shirts will continue to transform our nation into a foreboding place in recognizable to freedom loving Americans.

     

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