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    House GOP changed rules before shutdown to prevent Senate bill from easily returning to House floor ~ Kudos to Chris Van Hollen for pointing this out. Apparently, the GOP thinks it can change the rules midstream to its own favor and not get caught. Too bad, they've been caught.

    Republican idea of compromise summarized perfectly in one tweet- Judd Legum, editor-in-chief of Think Progress, provided the perfect illustration of what it means to Republicans when they demand "compromise" from Democrats:

    GOP spin, again.

    my, how things have changed.

    The GOP War on Women

    Vote out the GOP!!!

    The GOP/Tea Party Agenda

    GOP Outrage Meter

    "...why we shouldn't have a bunch of politicians, most of whom are men, making health care decisions for women."

    GOP: any cost

    Why so much climate change denial in Congress? Follow the Money.

    JamesHansen: Why I must speak out about climate change

    Jon Stewart has a point.

    When Elizabeth Warren met girls during her campaign, she would kneel down and say, “My name is Elizabeth, and I’m running for United States Senate because that’s what girls do.” Then they would pinky promise to remember.


    Republican Misogyny - If the Smith Bill is passed date rape, coerced rape and statutory rape will no longer be legally considered "rape". Just one more law that the GOP want to pass to take away even more rights from women. Time to vote the GOP out of office. #YesAllWomen

    President Obama on Ayn Rand & the GOP

    Every developed country in the world provides healthcare to all citizens. Except one. It's not something to be proud of and it has nothing to do with "freedom". If they can do it, we can do it. It's not "impossible" like the GOP says. All of these countries have proven it.

    Truly hard to believe anyone with any measure of intelligence would vote for The GOP/Tea Party Klan.

    The Ryan budget that Mitt Romney called 'marvelous' was dead on arrival in Senate, but could rise from the grave after November elections.