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Stephen Kruiser


June 11, 2013 - 5:42 pm

We must know different Republicans.

The Senate passed preliminary but key votes Tuesday in its march to approval of sweeping, bipartisan immigration reform, but final passage remained uncertain as Republicans pushed for tighter border-security provisions and tougher rules for those seeking legal status.

The two procedural votes effectively put the bill formally before the Senate and open for amendments. Both drew more than 80 votes, reflecting a bipartisan desire to have the debate that now is expected to last three weeks.

However, Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky was among the Republicans who pointed out that the 60-vote majority his party is demanding for final passage is hardly assured.

“This bill has serious flaws,” he said.

Yes, we have a few on our side who seem willing to fight lately but they always seem to be in the minority of the minority party in the Senate. I’m all for vigorous debate and I don’t even mind some compromise every now and then if I know I’ve got real fighters representing my interests. Let’s just say that the McConnell version of the Senate Republicans haven’t done anything in…well…ever to make me feel that way.

Stephen Kruiser is a professional comedian and writer who has also been a conservative political activist for over two decades. A co-founder of the first Los Angeles Tea Party, Kruiser often speaks to grassroots groups around America and has had the great honor of traveling around the world entertaining U.S. troops.

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I swear if I ever find myself within physical close proximity to Huh-ralll-dow I'm going to break his freakin nose just for GP....Besides Hannity, it appears Megyn Kelly is the only regular left on Fox with any b@ll$. O'Reilly finally lost my mother who tired of his swarmy fence-riding while bloviating about "looking out for you"...whatever, O'Schmuck.

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The major debate will be whether to print 30 million new SNAP cards or 45 million.
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Fox knows that isn't true, but they are playing along like all the other media. Normally Fox separates itself from the pack, but clearly the executive producers and RINO hacks like Stirewalt have put the kabosh on any critical reporting on the Senate bill. Empty suits like Hannity just follow along because Rove and Stirewalt told him Republicans have to do amnesty now and this is the best deal they can get.
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