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Entries Tagged as 'Neocon obstructionism'

“Red Tape” Is a Republican Red Herring.

September 20th, 2011 · Comments Off on “Red Tape” Is a Republican Red Herring. · Economics, Health Care, Politics, Populism, Wall Street

———————————————————————————————— From now on, until the elections of 2012, every post will be lead by the following statement: Nothing proposed or examined here will be changed so long as there are Republican majorities in the House of Representatives and less than 60 Democratic Senators in the Senate. The Republicans…Tea Party or otherwise…all work for the […]

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Americans Want Jobs, Not Cuts in Medicare or Medicaid

April 16th, 2011 · Comments Off on Americans Want Jobs, Not Cuts in Medicare or Medicaid · Capitalism, Economics, Lobbying, Politics, Populism, Wall Street, Wars and Militarism

Most people will tell you that they are angry with the President. They were angry with the President in 2010 when they voted for 29 Republican governors, Republican governors who—the idiots should have known—are about to destroy collective bargaining for public workers, like teachers, firefighters and police, drop millions of Americans off Medicaid, and eliminate […]

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Telling Lies on Sunday

January 3rd, 2011 · Comments Off on Telling Lies on Sunday · Jobs, Politics

Is it more of a sin to tell a lie on Sunday, the “Lord’s Day” than on any other day? Apparently not for Congress. They seem to have gone completely off the rails. They apparently think that “God,” that ephemeral entity that laid down rules thousands of years ago but who allowed humans to handle […]

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The Economy Is In Big Trouble—Part II, Our Diminished Future.

February 12th, 2010 · Comments Off on The Economy Is In Big Trouble—Part II, Our Diminished Future. · Economics, Politics

To understand your life in the future, you must understand that what happened in the last 8 years, particularly in the last year of the Bush Administration, as described in Part I, is irreversible. We cannot go back and sue all those Tom DeLays or Dick Cheneys, or even whatever number of Democrats joined in […]

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