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Article says actions would be based on legal waivers...

... approved by congress.

If you are upset about this, then you might want to contact your local congressman and ask what side of the "fence" their support was on.

Wink

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Hi new here

But I thought political articles were banned, Did I misunderstand the first post?

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(NT) "new" but already flashing a badge?
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I asked a question

is that a badge? are the rules followed or not? Just checking to see what's allowed is all.

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Just checking to see what's allowed is all

Lurk and learn.

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I'm not sure lurking helps ...

I've been here off and on for years and I still don't understand shy political posts are sometimes tolerated and others not.

Maybe I'm a slow learner.

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oldie& goody

has a lot to learn. Grin Maybe he/she's one of those "second time a round'rs" with a new ID. Not a good sign there taking an interest in the policies and procedures, already. hummmm, looks like trouble to me.


Geez, I think 3c applies here. Oooops! See difinition:

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Politics

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Welcome to the forums

Enjoy!

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(NT) Natonal security
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Is that

National Security or Texas Security? I spell pork, P O R K.

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