‘Do Nothing Congress?’ House Passed More Than 350 Bills That Sit on Harry Reid’s Desk, Says Congresswoman

‘Do Nothing Congress?’ House Passed More Than 350 Bills That Sit on Harry Reid’s Desk, Says Congresswoman

‘Do Nothing Congress?’ House Passed More Than 350 Bills That Sit on Harry Reid’s Desk, Says Congresswoman

‘Do Nothing Congress?’ House Passed More Than 350 Bills That Sit on Harry Reid’s Desk, Says Congresswoman

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Urge Congress(House & Senate) and The White House to prevent the Nation falling over the "Fiscal Cliff"-- http://www.naacp.org/action-alerts/entry/urge-congress-to-prevent-the-nation-from-falling-over-the-fiscal-cliff#

Urge Congress(House & Senate) and The White House to prevent the Nation falling over the "Fiscal Cliff"-- http://www.naacp.org/action-alerts/entry/urge-congress-to-prevent-the-nation-from-falling-over-the-fiscal-cliff#

Rare watercolor fraktur: Two Priests - Possibly Berks or Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, circa 1810.   Watercolor and ink on paper -  Inscribed (translated from German) recto, ink: General Waschington and the city / which was built with his name; on building: Congress House  8 7/8 by 7 1/4 in.

Rare watercolor fraktur: Two Priests - Possibly Berks or Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, circa 1810. Watercolor and ink on paper - Inscribed (translated from German) recto, ink: General Waschington and the city / which was built with his name; on building: Congress House 8 7/8 by 7 1/4 in.

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Logrolling    PRONUNCIATION: (LOG-ro-ling)   MEANING: noun: 1. The exchanging of favors, especially by legislators by voting for each other’s legislation. 2. A sport in which two players stand on a floating log and try to knock each other off by spinning the log with their feet.   ETYMOLOGY: From the former practice of neighbors helping each other move logs by rolling them. Earliest documented use: 1792.   USAGE: “Potential externals are identified by the supervisor and through a system of…

Logrolling PRONUNCIATION: (LOG-ro-ling) MEANING: noun: 1. The exchanging of favors, especially by legislators by voting for each other’s legislation. 2. A sport in which two players stand on a floating log and try to knock each other off by spinning the log with their feet. ETYMOLOGY: From the former practice of neighbors helping each other move logs by rolling them. Earliest documented use: 1792. USAGE: “Potential externals are identified by the supervisor and through a system of…

Do nothing Republicans file lawsuit against the President for doing his job! See http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congress/house-republicans-authorize-lawsuit-against-obama-n168901

Do nothing Republicans file lawsuit against the President for doing his job! See http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congress/house-republicans-authorize-lawsuit-against-obama-n168901

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