Flashback – Peggy Joseph

I wonder what she thinks now?

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21 Responses to Flashback – Peggy Joseph

  1. yttik says:

    Well, perhaps she doesn’t have to worry anymore. She probably no longer has a mortgage or a car to put gas in.

  2. angienc says:

    I don’t know what she thinks now & I don’t know what she’s doing now. But one thing I know for sure — she’ll be voting for Obama in 2012. That kind of Kool Aid Krazy doesn’t go away regardless of — you know — the reality.

  3. jjmtacoma says:

    I remember those interviews – I can’t listen.

  4. ralphb says:

    Another ATF gunrunning scandal exposed, this time in Honduras.


    I’m not familiar with this site but it sounds good.

  5. Cate says:

    Oh my God! Does Peggy still feel the same?….probably pretty close. Because she will have – as disappointment followed disappointment – made excuses for him. It will be very hard for a person like Peggy – one who read into Obama’s message such utter nonsense (as she spouted) to admit just how wrong she was.

  6. WMCB says:

    LOL! The Econ guys who did the original Keynes vs. Hayek video have come out with Round Two. Regardless of one’s economic bent, this is brilliant:

  7. yttik says:

    I think we’ve plunging into a Great Depression. Herman Cain made me laugh, “this is demonstrably and empirically the worst economic ‘recovery’ in American history.”

  8. Dario says:

    I don’t agree that the whites have recovered, but clearly the blacks have taken the recession much harder.
    Whites recover, but the black recession lingers

    Millions of Americans endured similar financial calamities in the recession. But for Goldring and many others in the black community, where unemployment has risen since the end of the recession, job loss has knocked them out of the middle class and back into poverty. Some even see a historic reversal of hard-won economic gains that took black people decades to achieve.


    • Mary says:

      Obama’s own Education Secretary Arne Duncan clearly says that those who do not have the necessary skills for the “new global economy” will not find middle class jobs in the next few decades.

      He didn’t even mention Black vs. White.

      It’s not like Barak Obama ever gave a shit about the poor Blacks on the Southside of Chicago without heat, or that Michelle Obama’s cushy hospital “public relations” job (wherein she convinced uninsured emergency room patients to leave the for-profit hospital for other clinics, thus increasing her employer’s profits) changed a damm thing either.

      So what’s your solution, Dario? More charter schools?

    • Mary says:

      “Whites recover….”

      What an offensive statement. Ugh.

  9. foxyladi14 says:

    instigators!!!!!! 👿

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