This article is about Congressional Democrats threatening to abandon Obama on the issue of the Affordable Health Care Act. I think it's within reason; the American people were promised something much better than what they are actually getting out of Obamacare.
This article is about the expansion of diversity in the US Congress.
Thank. God. It's about time this country stopped being represented by people who have always had power, and started being represented by the overwhelming majority of people who actually live in the US. This is a win for minorities and Democrats alike, and it will go down in the history books as an expansion of representation of the US.
This article is about Ryan and Murray each trying to come up with plans for the federal budget.
It's good to know that they can work well together. I would expect them to be loyal to their respective party, but it's good that they each want to get something done. From the article, though, it seems like Ryan has much more to deal with on his pate than Murray does on hers.
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