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Did Nancy Pelosi just think everyone sat on their "duffs" for the past eight years???
These people sat on their duffs and said nothing while the Bush Administration was violating due process, equal protection, free speech, and states rights!
I note that there were 1074 voting ballots sent in this year, more than in past years, but still not anywhere like the number it could be if those who care about these awards would get off their duffs and vote.
We don't pay them to sit on their duffs & do nothing.
Maybe a short post about it will spark my little gray cells into getting off their gelatinous duffs and working to provide me with more words at a faster pace.
You naysayers get off your duffs and go do something useful (don't get that confused with yelling over your elected officials at town hall meetings, which isn't useful) and learn how to give some constructive criticism.
The main distinction is that the crowdsourced are active collaborators in the commodification of their opinions, while TV viewers just get to sit on their duffs.
Why not, as the GOP sit on their duffs and try to undermine the work he's putting in trying to get OUR COUNTRY back on track.
To the Republicans .... get off your duffs and come up with an alternative plan.
It's time for Congress to get off their collective duffs and get this legislation started and passed.
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