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The Sopranos series regularly used the term "feds"
I only ask because, as we all know if we have been paying any attention at all, powers not specifically granted to the feds from the sovereign states remain with the states and the people, and are therefore forbidden to the feds.
Yosi Sergant out at National Endowment for the Arts. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
I wonder how much of this behavior by the feds is motivated by a desire to justify large arsenals and payrolls.
We would do better to eliminate punitive tort lawsuits and stop providing free healthcare to illegals (any hospital that receives even $1 from the feds is prohibited from even asking if a person is a legal resident/citizen).
One of the reasons why these red states get more money from the feds is because of defense spending.
Think Progress » States ‘with the most to gain under health care reform are overwhelmingly represented by Republicans.’
That ` s why I called the feds tonight and said, I want to see you in the morning.
And so, so far, they've gotten very lucky in that that's the network that these people have chosen to turn to, or you've had somebody just come up and say, "hey," -- like the guy who saw the videotape when they came -- you know, they had training and he was said, "Oh, let me call the feds because this doesn't look right to me."
Once again, she was killed the day Katrina struck, so Broussard pointing the finger at the feds is deceptive.
Simply put, the "feds" - as some sort of mythical foreign bogeyman - aren't out to screw us.
If he was some jihadist, she would call the feds on his crazy ass in a New York second.
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