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Sunday talk show tip sheet....Feb. 9th
« on: February 07, 2014, 04:05:44 PM »

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Re: Sunday talk show tip sheet....Feb. 9th
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2014, 04:17:30 PM »
Only one worth the time of day is Rand Paul.

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Re: Sunday talk show tip sheet....Feb. 9th
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2014, 04:17:44 PM »
Jim Jones on Bloomberg should have some interesting observations on the Obama Regime.  In Gate's book he talks about how badly Jones was treated by the WH staff....


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Re: Sunday talk show tip sheet....Feb. 9th
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2014, 09:49:24 AM »

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Re: Sunday talk show tip sheet....Feb. 9th
« Reply #4 on: February 09, 2014, 10:51:19 AM »
Peter King on GOP immigration reform
By NICK GASS |
2/9/14 10:30 AM EST

Rep. Peter King said Sunday Republicans should get immigration reform done from a national standpoint, but things are still complicated politically back home.

And President Barack Obama's State of the Union address didn't help matters, King said.

"We started getting a real pushback from the Republican base against, you know, members in these districts, where there is no real strong support for immigration reform or certainly not what would be called legalization or a pathway to citizenship," the New York Republican added Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation."

It would have been difficult to get the party behind reform in a non-election year, he added, but it's even more of a challenge with the midterm election approaching in November.

"In Republican districts, it's not a very popular issue," he noted. "I think nationwide, it's something the Republican Party should do.  But when you take it district by district, it's hard to get a majority of Republicans to sign onto it."

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Re: Sunday talk show tip sheet....Feb. 9th
« Reply #5 on: February 09, 2014, 11:02:51 AM »

Ayotte: Big 'trust deficit' with Obama
By NICK GASS |
2/9/14 10:53 AM EST

Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) on Sunday said inaction on immigration stems from a significant "trust deficit" between congressional Republicans and President Barack Obama.

"I think there is a real trust deficit right now that I think the speaker is facing," she said when asked by CBS's Bob Schieffer why Speaker John Boehner recent doubts that immigration reform wouldn't get done in 2014. Ayotte mentioned the president's executive actions as the main reason for the GOP's apprehension.

In terms of political repercussions, the New Hampshire Republican said the party shares many values with Hispanic voters and expressed a hope that Boehner could find a way forward for immigration reform to advance.

Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) countered, saying that House Republicans are using the president's words as excuses for avoiding action.

"Today the excuse is the State of the Union address," he said. "The tea party tease kept coming out of the House" that something would get done, but it hasn't, he said.

"The bottom line is this: we have a strong, bipartisan, fair and balanced bill that came out of the United States Senate."

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Durbin: 'Compassionate' decision by Holder
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2/9/14 10:58 AM EST

When asked about Attorney General Eric Holder's decision Saturday to extend more federal recognition to same-sex marriages, Illinois Democrat Dick Durbin said it's keeping in line with what the administration has said it would do it.

"Well I can tell you it's logical, it's consistent, it's compassionate," he told CBS's Bob Schieffer on "Face the Nation."

Same-sex marriage was legalized in Durbin's state last November, and it will take full effect on June 1.

"We have basically said, and the courts have led us in this conclusion, that at the federal level, we are recognizing the rights of same-sex couples" consistent with the Supreme Court's landmark decision.

Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte said it's "another example of the Obama administration imposing its will on the states." But Ayotte, whose state legalized gay marriage in 2010, said it wouldn't be an issue in New Hampshire.

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Re: Sunday talk show tip sheet....Feb. 9th
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Re: Sunday talk show tip sheet....Feb. 9th
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