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I’m a little sad because I really liked the new design for the game. I would have loved a little less, but it seems like most of the changes are minor and they did the rest in. Well, the main changes are that there is now 5 new “movies” for different factions and different “classes”. You can now buy them as well as trade for the game. In addition to that, there are 4 new maps available which are not the default ones. So I know most of your guys are excited to see more content. This makes me sad because I want to see an expansion to this game. Also, I wish for an expanded “loot” system with this game and a few additions to the “unlockables” which are already on there, but that’s a different question, so I’ll be happy about something from the last update if it’s more than a few little things.
(CBS News) The U.S. Senate on Wednesday narrowly rejected a proposal to block President Barack Obama’s plans to close two of the nation’s three Guantanamo Bay prisons. But Senate Republicans signaled the bill was likely to proceed on the House floor.
The GOP proposal — now known as the Mark Levin Amendment — would have ended all transfers to the United States from Guantanamo, while allowing the Pentagon to set up temporary detention facilities in the same location. Democrats tried to strip the amendment, which is sponsored by Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Ted Cruz of Texas, of a procedural vote by holding up the measure, but Republicans were able to pass it before the vote.
CBS News correspondent Chip Reid reports the Republicans are hoping they can take the fight to the House after the election that will take place Nov. 6.
The Levin Amendment would have delayed the President’s plan to close Guantanamo indefinitely, although he would have had the option to keep transferring some prisoners to the U.S.
In his opening remarks, Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., called the proposed Senate Republican plan a “gutless move. “The idea that closing Guantanamo violates international law is ridiculous,” he said. “They don’t even agree with international law.”