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What's sneaky about it? They introduce this kind of crap frequently. It has no chance passing the Senate, and they are doing it to show their constituents that they tried.

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44 minutes ago, Dustbuster said:

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It says a whole lot more than that.  You might want start reading at the link Dave posted.  There is a complete list of guns we would be allowed to own, by name.

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Sneaky is a rather "nice" adjective to call these "scumbags" for no better word in mixed company!!

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54 minutes ago, maroonandwhite said:

Sneaky devils. 

Oh they're worse than that.

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1 hour ago, E4 No More said:

What's sneaky about it? They introduce this kind of crap frequently. It has no chance passing the Senate, and they are doing it to show their constituents that they tried.

Exactly.  Just like the 1000 times, or whatever the numbers were, that the R's passed bills in the House doing away with Obamacare back when the Dems ruled the Senate.  The bills had absolutely no chance of becoming laws, but satisfied the ones in the party clamoring for passage.  Of course once the R's took control of both houses, these types of bills mostly disappeared, as many realized that the R's had no valid plan for the "replace" part of repeal and replace ...

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I just assumed they did this now given the current distractions. I had no idea it’s a common occurrence. 
I’ll change “sneaky” to “conniving”. 

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16 minutes ago, maroonandwhite said:

I just assumed they did this now given the current distractions. I had no idea it’s a common occurrence. 
I’ll change “sneaky” to “conniving”. 

Persistent. 

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Just now, Chucktshoes said:

Persistent. 

That could be a fun thread. “Describe the House/Senate in one word. “

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It’d be a thread full of asterisks. 

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4 hours ago, Chucktshoes said:

It’d be a thread full of asterisks. 

It would be accurate too as those asterisks cover a lot of ground.  

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I believe Guam will tip over before this has any chance of passing.

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3 minutes ago, AuEagle said:

I believe Guam will tip over before this has any chance of passing.

LMAO 

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