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Democrat House should pass much of their 2020 platform NOW!!

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DemocratHouse should pass much of their 2020 platform NOW!!


The Democrat House caucus should have begun deciding upon their 2020 platform planks. The Democratic majority House caucus should try topass their most popular planks with no regard to the Republican majority Senate.


If Republicans don't pass bills responding to the House's bills, that's to Democrats' 2020 advantage.


If the Democratic House and Republican Senate cannot reconcile their two bills, those are issues that Democrats should be pleased to run within 2020.


If the Democratic House and Republican Senate reconciled bill is not vetoed by President Trump, that's to everyone's advantage; any bill President Trump vetoes will be to Democrats advantage.


In 2020 the Democrats would then pick up all the marbles.
I regret that they will not do any of this. Will Rogers said, “I'm not a member of any organized political group. I'm a Democrat”.


Respectfully,Supposn
 

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DemocratHouse should pass much of their 2020 platform NOW!!


The Democrat House caucus should have begun deciding upon their 2020 platform planks. The Democratic majority House caucus should try topass their most popular planks with no regard to the Republican majority Senate.


If Republicans don't pass bills responding to the House's bills, that's to Democrats' 2020 advantage.


If the Democratic House and Republican Senate cannot reconcile their two bills, those are issues that Democrats should be pleased to run within 2020.


If the Democratic House and Republican Senate reconciled bill is not vetoed by President Trump, that's to everyone's advantage; any bill President Trump vetoes will be to Democrats advantage.


In 2020 the Democrats would then pick up all the marbles.
I regret that they will not do any of this. Will Rogers said, “I'm not a member of any organized political group. I'm a Democrat”.


Respectfully,Supposn

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