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Senate Democrats are trying to make political points about Republicans’ closed-door health care process.
Illinois Rep. Rodney Davis, among the Republican congressmen who survived a sniper attack last week, said Sunday this was the “best Father’s Days” of his life and renewed called for politicians to stop the political vitriol that appears to have inspired a wave of violence.
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Members of the two parties are more likely today to describe each other unfavorably, as selfish, as threats, even as unsuitable marriage material.
An Illinois GOP lawmaker – noting the gunman whose rampage wounded House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., was from his own district – called on political partisans to “step back from the battle lines and come together.”