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Kudos To Rep. Reed For Following Through

March 27, 2013

Many wondered if U.S. Rep. Tom Reed meant what he said about bipartisanship during his recent campaign....

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MacKenzie

Mar-31-13 1:14 PM

I blame progressives from either side of the aisle for the shape our country is in. When a Republican says he is "no labels" and wants bipartisanship, that means he is going to cave. Where is the room for bipartisanship when all government wants to do is rob you of your money and your liberty. Monkeyboy, these things are happening to you, too. The old Democrat and Republican parties used to compromise for the good of the country. Now, each side wants bipartisanship, as long the other side will agree with them. And, it is never for the good of the country, it is for their own, personal political gain.

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Howard

Mar-28-13 9:09 AM

And today he trashes Obamacare and doesn't give a flip about lower income people having health insurance. I suppose these previous articles were to "hide" this fact.

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MacKenzie

Mar-27-13 8:35 PM

lots of errors tonight- another correction - working, raising families, etc while the people we sent to Washington to work for us have failed us.

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MacKenzie

Mar-27-13 8:32 PM

correction - how do you go bipartisan...

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MacKenzie

Mar-27-13 8:31 PM

It is mamby-pamby politicians like Mr. Reed apparently is, that have gotten this country in the position it is in. These temporary politicians have spent this country into oblivion. I blame them 100%. While we have been minding our business, working, raising families, etc., the people we sent to Washington to work for us have failed us. You and I did not do this to the country, they did. And, then they turn to us to bail them out with higher taxes and all the other garbage, when they have not been working in our best interest. Fixing this country, if we ever can, will take tough decisions and it will be painful.

Mr. Reed, please be a leader, make the tough choices.

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duckster

Mar-27-13 8:30 PM

Not a huge fan of Reed but... if you follow the logic of the anti no labels people then 4 more years of the status quo... is acceptable

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MacKenzie

Mar-27-13 8:24 PM

Re-read the Constitution, then stick to it, Mr. Reed. You can then argue your side, according to the law, while protecting the freedom and liberty of your constituents.

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MacKenzie

Mar-27-13 8:21 PM

No Labels=wimps.

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MacKenzie

Mar-27-13 8:20 PM

Boo, Tom Reed. I will never support you again. The No Labels group is not because of bipartisanship, it's about not wanting to face the heat over controversial issues. Be a man, take a stand. Bipartisanship to democrats means republicans agree with them. Democrats NEVER agree with republicans. How do go bipartisan with a group of extra-Constitutional people, who lord over the American people, stippiing them of their rights.

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Howard

Mar-27-13 10:03 AM

Can anyone find a list of politicians belonging to this group? On their website I can only find where it shows private citizens.

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carlaw

Mar-27-13 7:01 AM

Bravo Tom Reed!

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