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Yes
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randolphgarrison1@gmail.com's picture
randolphgarriso... 2 years 27 weeks ago

No one said it would have to be anywhere near legal. trump will sign it.

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longbid 2 years 27 weeks ago

Democrats,

Lets get our act together and end the two santa cluase hypocrysy.

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Judy Blue Eyes 2 years 27 weeks ago

Yes. Voters have not demanded to see Trump's tax returns. Voters are disengaged. Too many accept what FOX and false news tell them. They are too busy to look at the details & protest. Congress and the Senate work for what their rich donors demand. "Ivanka's tax cut" will pass.

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JessieV 2 years 25 weeks ago

And Big Oil will drill on 400,000 acres in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge's coastal plain where 35,000 walruses haul out because of lack of ice, porcupine caribou herd calves here, and the world's migratory birds nest and raise their young plus any polar bear who wanders into oilfield will be shot. Great going Repubs!!!!

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Janette B 2 years 24 weeks ago

Well, you can see what the problem is, just reading the comments here. If the founders had been this demoralized, we wouldn't have a country. I hope to up my support of young people (I'm 70) and get behind those who are pissed enough to get onto the streets. We are too comfortable.

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