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If the Democratic Senate comes up with a bipartisan agreement led by Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. And it passes with around seventy votes or more with only Tea Party Republicans voting against it for the most part. And perhaps a few senators on the Far-Left like Bernie Sanders voting against it. And this agreement opens the government and raises the debt ceiling with ObamaCare off the table. But has debt relief and deficit reduction in it. These are big ifs but that is what Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell are talking about and they’ve come up with bipartisan agreements. In the past and if they pull this off, House Republicans will look even worst and probably be forced to at least vote on the Senate past bipartisan. Agreement and perhaps that is how the Tea Party made chaos over the government and debt ceiling is resolved. And then we’ll see how much damage this does to Congressional Republicans House and Senate the Tea Party did to them for 2014.
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