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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - aaron schock
Rep. Aaron Schock, Illinois Republican, said Monday that primary election season is holding Congress back on acting on issues like immigration reform.
President Obama hailed a new spirit of cooperation in Congress on Saturday, while Republicans warned young people that the president's health care law is a "ripoff" and ought to be scrapped.
The post-mortem photos of Osama bin Laden are must-haves. News organizations, interest groups and now, one presidential hopeful, are pining to peek at the "grisly" fare in the name of public transparency.
"Look, I think this is John Boehner in his raw form," Mr. Schock said.
"But I think the House of Representatives is the place for immigration reform to be addressed,"