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To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Stop Tax Debt Today
Date: Mon Jun 24 22:39:47 MDT 2013
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ern for those beyond his political base.But unless Obama can promise some penalty for the Democrats who refuse his demands, defections will only increase as elections draw nearer.Note well that Sen. Michael Bennett, the Colorado Democrat, longtime Obama ally and said to be a favorite of the president, was one of those who voted against the core provision of the presidents plan: a restoration and expansion of the Clinton-era ban on civilian weapons mocked up to look like military firearms.The ban on what gun-control advocates call assault weapons only mustered 40 votes. And while this measure was always considered a reach, it is a long-sought aim of the Democratic left. Bennett, who doesnt face voters again until 2016, opposing that measure was a strong signal that there would be limited intra-party consequences for opposing Obama on the issue.Nine Democrats rejected the only measure on offer in the Senate that would have arguably diminished the death toll in Newtown, Conn.: restrictions on high-capacity magazines. The defectors here included several usually reliable Obama allies like Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and Sen. Jon Tester of Montana.The president says he will keep pushing for gun control. But whipping up pressure against Democratic incumbents could mean multiple primary challenges and increase Republican chances of taking control of the Senate. Whatever Reid says, it seems unlikely that he will want to endanger his majority st l, the people of Boston and the families who've lost a piece of your heart, we thank you for your leadership, we thank you for your courage, we thank you for your grace.I'm here today on behalf of the American people with a simple message: Every one of us has been touched by this attack on your beloved city. Every one of us stands with you.Because after all, it's our beloved city, too. Boston may be your hometown, but we claim it, too. It's one of America's iconic cities. It's one of the world's great cities.And one of the reasons the world knows Boston so well is that Boston opens its heart to the world. Over successive generations, you've welcomed again and again new arrivals to our shores, immigrants who constantly reinvigorated this city and this commonwealth and our nation.Every fall, you welcome students from all across America and all across the globe. And every spring, you graduate them back into the world, a Boston diaspora that excels in every field of human endeavor. Year after year, you welcome the greatest talents in the arts and science, research. You welcome them to your concert halls and your hospitals and your laboratories to exchange ideas and insights that draw this world together.And every third Monday in April, you welcome people from all around the world to the hub for friendship and fellowship and healthy competition, a gathering of men and women of every race and every religion, every shape and every size, a