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New York Times: Harry Reid "seethed" at a disengaged Barack Obama

 According to the New York Times Barack Obama held a meeting in June about the situation in Iraq and during this meeting Harry Reid took the opportunity to discuss the Republicans holding up Barack Obama’s ambassador nominees. 501 more words

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Democrats Decry Obama's Lack Of Interest In Working With Congress

“Aloof.” “Cool.” “Above the fray.” These are all characteristics that have been used to describe President Obama and likely characteristics he would use to describe himself. 267 more words

Government

Harry Reid worries about South Dakota Senate seat

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid voiced confidence about Democrats keeping control of the Senate, but he’s concerned about the race in South Dakota.

“We are going to lose in South Dakota, more than likely,” Reid is quoted as saying in an… 211 more words

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Campaign 2014: Potpourri

Happy Tuesday! It’s a potpourri of political news!

Today I write about John Lewis and the Montana GOP, my prediction that Amanda Curtis won’t run out of money for gas, Harry Reid’s glass being half-full about Montana, and a new Gallup poll finds we dislike… 428 more words

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Reid: No Help For Democrat Running For Gov.

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he won’t waste his time raising money for the doomed campaign of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bob Goodman in a bid to unseat Nevada’s popular Republican Gov. 119 more words

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Joe Biden might become the leader of the Senate

50-50 Senate may be a reality in 2014

2014 is a very important year for Republicans and Democrats; Republicans want to retake the Senate as well as holding onto the House. 349 more words

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Washington Times Op-Ed, Gov't Malfeasance re Military Preparedness [nc]

This Op-Ed is by Admiral James A Lyons’52 USN (Ret) (former Commander in-Chief US Pacific Fleet and Senior US Military Representative to the United Nations) is a strategic overview of the degradation of the Republic’s military strength. 1,273 more words

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