Monthly Archives: September 2011

Then Who Are the Democrats?

So, JP, you say that leadership of both parties is the rich, and I would agree. Even Robert Reich has admitted he would be affected by the Rupert Murdoch tax (and he supports that). I don’t think that I’ve been … Continue reading

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The Fire in Every Pot

Jim, I love your idea, though with Amzaon’s new line of Kindle’s, I’m not sure A Kindle Fire in Every Pot would survive the legal challenges. Great job of outlining the opinions of the country right now. It’s always interesting … Continue reading

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A Kindle Fire In Every Pot!

After eternal arguments, constant bickering, regular re-phrasing of the “real issues,” and heroic attempts to frame the dialogue in different terms, it really is about this: the Republicans are the party of the rich, and the Democrats are the party … Continue reading

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A Separate Tea Party

Jim, good analysis. I agree the country would be better off if the tea party was a separate, distinct party from the Republicans. However, I don’t think that will happen for the simple reason that the Republicans need the tea … Continue reading

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The Benefits of a Separate Tea Party

So Rick Perry is not cool anymore. He’s gone the way of Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, and others. So sorry. They have tossed out, what? The last four front runners? The Republicans are flirting with Chris Christie more seriously now. … Continue reading

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Why Don’t Republicans Care about the well-being of America?

Every candidate on the Republican side for president of the United States continually and repeatedly calls for the reduction or elimination of all government regulations. So make no mistake, what they are saying is that they want more things like … Continue reading

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Class Warfare

That concept is overused, inappropriately used, and just plain stupid. Get over it, Republicans. Lower taxes only create jobs in certain conditions. It is not a hard, fast, simple rule. Taxes are needed to restore services the public wants. The … Continue reading

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