3 roundtable crucial week for obama
0 view | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by srijana kharel from AP Government & Politics
Scoop.it!

What You Need to Know About the Supreme Court Gay Marriage Cases

What You Need to Know About the Supreme Court Gay Marriage Cases | 3 roundtable crucial week for obama | Scoop.it
After months of waiting, the Supreme Court is set to hand down decisions in two cases concerning gay marriage. Here's pretty much everything you need to know about the two cases:

Prop 8:

Hollingsworth v.

Via Teresa Herrin
srijana kharel's insight:

In my oppnion Gay Marriage should be allowed, there is nothing anyone could do to prevent it... I dont oppose Cali. decisions.....  

more...
Litton Wang's comment, September 26, 2013 12:03 AM
Anyone can be involved in a gay/les relationship. The real question is rather whether or not "family" is the correct label for them.
Scooped by srijana kharel
Scoop.it!

Ted Cruz view point.

srijana kharel's insight:

According to Ted Cruz its a wrong objective to atack Syria and there just symply is no sucess at the end.However if congress decides to vote no then Obama will get less support, if anything goes wrong then they the people will blam Pre, Obama. Also According to Sen. Cruz its not procting US seccurity.

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by srijana kharel from AP Government & Politics
Scoop.it!

Where Lawmakers Stand on Military Action in Syria

Where Lawmakers Stand on Military Action in Syria | 3 roundtable crucial week for obama | Scoop.it
A tally of lawmakers’ stances on military action in Syria.

Via Teresa Herrin
srijana kharel's insight:

From this map the likely-ness of congress voting "no" or a yes could go both ways. 23 senet are supportive of it while 25 are aginst but 52 of them are undicided so they could vote for either one and change the end result. On the other hand more of the "house reps" are aginst it, only 38 of them are supportive but 211 are undicided and could either support it or vote no, cant conclued anything at this point the datas are right in the middle.

more...
Anthea Wilson's curator insight, September 9, 2013 10:44 PM

It's reassuring that most are against the strike so far, but I can't help but feel uneasy about the hundreds that have not decided. This will surely be a decsion to mark history, but hopefully, in a peaceful way.

Elaine Shen's curator insight, September 10, 2013 1:33 AM

While it seems like the Democratic majority in the Senate does not seem to be completely in favor of Obama's policies, the Republican House majority is very clear in it's position that it is opposed to retaliating or having a strike. Another thing I noticed was that the reasons for voting one way or another were not very specific or compelling. In general, it seems as if many Congress members are not well versed on the fundamental underlying issues of the problem. There were a lot of ambiguous and vague statements, many undecided voters waiting for "the debate" to change their minds.

Taylor Marberry's curator insight, September 11, 2013 12:08 AM

I do like the fact that most are against, that's pretty reassuring. However no one really knows the right thing to do, but it seems that no one really wants to get into another war because we really don't need that right now. The things going on here aren't exactly perfect so I think we should deal with our own issues first and then decide our stand on syria. Plus they are trying to fix things using a peaceful intervention.

Scooped by srijana kharel
Scoop.it!

Syria crucal for Obama.

srijana kharel's insight:

In an intreview  Denis said ,"if we dont watch, Iran is there." implies we might not want to get invloved with syria right now, however according to some they want to attack but not vote. My viewpoint is about more than 400 kids are dead because of the chemical war. We should go in war and fight for others life, after all they are asking for it.

more...
No comment yet.