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Comments for: Olympia Snowe appeals to Senate leaders to end chamber’s ‘dysfunction’

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  • Anonymous

    She’s part of the problem always voting with the Republican on Filibusters.  

  • Anonymous

    she’s a crook,what’s the latest on the DOJ investigation of her and her hubby..How does she become a multimillionaire on a US Senators salary…inside trader info…hope she goes to jail..what a disgrace

  • Anonymous

    Thought she has at many times been part of the problem, she’s right. I’m glad she’s speaking about it.

  • Anonymous

    Too little, too late.  “Yeah, uh, thanks Olympia” Sentiment of Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell.

  • Anonymous

    I am no fan of Olympia but I can’t argue with her logic.  

  • Anonymous

    Rino::   she is the problem.

  • Don’t go away mad Olympia just go away and take Collins with you

  • kcjonez

    I might take this little speech seriously if it were not so hot on the heels of Senator Snowe’s no vote on the DISCLOSE Act.  

    • Anonymous

      She didn’t vote against the DISCLOSE Act.  She voted to keep anyone from voting for or against the DISCLOSE Act.  That’s what a filibuster is.  It’s a shutdown of the legislative branch of government, calling everything to a halt until the minority gets their way.

      So, it’s pretty rich that she’d be complaining about the thing she did just a couple of days ago and has done more times these past few years than at any time in our history.

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