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Obama Responds To Veto Override...

Despite all his cajoling and fearmongery, President Obama lost his veto-override virginity today... and is not happy. Speaking at a CNN town hall this evening, the president said that Congress "made a mistake," and, as The Hill reports, trotted out the tired old excuse that despte their noble intentions, this elimination of sovereign immunity could have unintended consequences.
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