Is USA "Ful Faith And Credit" Worth Preserving: A GOP Issue(?)

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    Pundits are starting to notice that the book of the Old Fat White People, Cavorting About Naked On Other People's Yachts--Dumping Substance And Other Treasure, Into the Sea--Was a Pledge of the House Republicans to America, complete with famous pages--and pages and pages--of photos in between the words.

    I"n their Pledge to America, Republican leaders promised to “end the practice of packaging unpopular bills with ‘must-pass’ legislation to circumvent the will of the American people. Instead, we will advance major legislation one issue at a time. . . .”

    “We’re going to be transparent. We’re going to be accountable,” Cantor said. “That’s what an up-or-down debt-limit vote is.”

    So a clean-bill would seem to be in the offing at all. All the noise-making from the new incoming about riders, plans, gimmicks, and fixes: Is not even a part of their "Let's Pretend" campaign.

    Money, in the Bible, is about coin with Ceasar's image on it. Jesus taught this was so(?). The Full Faith and Credit of the United States is about T-Bills, instead: Except that we notice that Jesus was describing nothing substantive at all, but was discussing the currency of market exchange.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (How Will the Royals Count them, in any imagery coined in a gala recollections! The so-many girl friends, the so many wives, the so many. . .private moments to be created in any true memorial coinage!)
     

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