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Is there a return of, if not reason, an air of "reasonableness" coming to the Republican party? Nah.
Secession? OK, see ya! By the way if you come back there's a 25 percent "Re-Stating" fee ...
Rodney Frelinghuysen loves to disguise himself as a Republican Moderate in NJ, but votes consistently with Tea Party extremists once he's back inside the Washington Beltway.
If the commission of "Voter fraud" is less likely than death by lightning, why does everyone suddenly need a voter ID?
Cong. Candidate John Arvanites (NJ-11) applauds the bi-partisan approach offered by David M. Cote, a Republican and CEO of Honeywell International, who served on the Simpson-Bowles Commission.
Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen vows to repeal The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a bill that provides millions of women with free mamograms and other important cancer screenings.
Do we care what Vice-presidential candidates think?
Passing the Paycheck Fairness Act as companion legislation to the 2009 Lilly Ledbetter Act is a no brainer. House Republicans just don't seem to get it.
Conservative Republicans have enacted hundreds of voter restriction bills to prevent young people, the elderly, the poor, and especially people of color from going to the polls in November.
The Federal Reserve acted decivisely to reduce unemployment over the next few years with QE3. Now it's time for Congress to step up to the plate and pass President Obama's jobs bill.
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