In the wake of the healthcare reform debate, Rep. John Fleming, R-La., introduced House Resolution 615 last week. This bill would force members of congress who vote for a government run healthcare option to agree to choose a government run healthcare program to enroll themselves in as well as their families.
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Conservative web forum Freerepublic.com took a hit in the media recently when a Daily Kos reporter wrote an article about a Freerepublic discussion thread involving controversial comments about President Barack Obama's children, Sasha and Malia. Freerepublic spokesman Kristinn Taylor defended the conservative site on MSNBC tonight.
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So much for government doing a good job on security.
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There is a reason why zoos and farms exist.
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