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Dems offer 'cheat sheet' for Thanksgiving arguments with 'crazy' Republican relatives


'Tis the season to be divisive. Fa la la la la la....

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee says they "want to make sure you've got the latest facts and figures about President Obama's agenda and Republican obstructionism." To that end, they're providing supporters with a "Thanksgiving Cheat Sheet":

Let’s face it: we all have a crazy Tea Party relative (or two) who just loves bashing President Obama — even on Thanksgiving.

If you’re worried that your Thanksgiving table will start looking like the set of Fox & Friends, we’ve got just the thing for you: the DCCC’s 2013 Thanksgiving Cheat Sheet!

"Know Your Stuffing" -- so you can stuff Democratic good cheer down your relatives' throats:

Conservative columnist Ben Domenech says leave this turkey out of your Thanksgiving:

President Obama has done a lot of things I dislike, but ruining Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner is a bit much. And to let him be clear: that’s exactly what he’s doing. Instead of letting families argue about perfectly reasonable things to discuss over holiday dinners – such as when Mike Shanahan should be fired, which Bound 2 parody is the best, and whether Miley Cyrus should be launched into the sun for the good of humanity – the president wants to insist on inserting his priorities into family gatherings across the country...

We’ve certainly come very far from an era when people of different political mind were urged to set aside their differences and come together for a meal and football and gather round the hearth in peace. Instead we’re in the era of “argue with your neighbors, get in their face”...

Just in case one of your relatives is on Obama's mailing list and plans to celebrate this year with turkey and a side of rhetoric, Domenech offers up this prebuttal: Ten Obamacare Talking Points to Ruin Your Thanksgiving.


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