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Shapley wrote:I said a month ago that he was in over his head, but I thought he would be a quick study. Apparently not.
Giant Communist Robot wrote:and is a good public speaker
BigJon@Work wrote:Did you wander into the wrong thread?
Serenity wrote:No, the jokes are a response to the link Shapley placed about the Chinese ships harassing the U.S. Navy ship in International Waters. All I could think about were chinese jokes.
Shapley wrote:Serenity wrote:No, the jokes are a response to the link Shapley placed about the Chinese ships harassing the U.S. Navy ship in International Waters. All I could think about were chinese jokes.
So you thought you'd harrass this US thread with Chinese jokes...
White House officials in recent weeks have dismissed criticism of the earmarks in the bill, saying the legislation was a remnant of last year and that the president planned to turn his attention to future spending instead of looking backward.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said Obama wouldn't be the first president to sign legislation that he viewed as less than ideal. Asked whether Obama had second thoughts about signing the bill, Gibbs' reply was curt: "No."
"This is necessary to continue funding government," Gibbs said. "It represents last year's business. Although it's not perfect, the president will sign the legislation, but demonstrate for all involved rules moving forward that he thinks can make this process work a little bit better."
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