Bioman3121268 karma2016-01-22 00:10:41 UTC
Hi, Senator Paul! I'm happy to say that I'll be voting for the first time this year, and as it stands now, you are the candidate that matches my positions on major issues far more closely than any other candidate.
I'm interested to know about your thoughts on getting legislation through two opposing sides of a particularly stubborn congress. It seems that less and less is getting done lately because of a growing polarity both in government and in American society. That said, my two main questions follow:
What do you think is the best strategy for getting both parties on board to take action on bipartisan issues?
What do you think must change (if anything) in the general legislative process to make bipartisan agreements more common?
Thank you very much, and good luck with the campaign and election!
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Bioman312630 karma2015-06-02 22:13:44 UTC
Lmao, like he's gonna reply to that
Bioman312374 karma2013-05-21 20:18:59 UTC
So what does that make it... four cents now?
Bioman312227 karma2014-12-16 20:42:05 UTC
What's your favorite thing that you could not do in Pendulum that you can do now?
Conversely, what's your favorite thing that you could do in Pendulum that you can't do now?
Bioman31233 karma2012-10-10 01:42:26 UTC
Also also: The princess kills Dumbledore.
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