Daily Archives: September 17, 2011

But what are we gonna sell them?

Remember those trade agreements that Obama has been sitting on but blamed the Republicans for not approving? Where Democrats split from Democrats Certainly over trade policy. Some of the best Democrats (Sherrod Brown of Ohio, among them) are against the … Continue reading

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If they’re so stupid why do they keep winning?

Kathleen Parker: Smart money betting on stupid politicians Are Republicans stupid? This seems to be the question du jour. Chris Matthews entertained this idea with guests recently, pointing to several Republican presidential candidates as evidence. How else to explain why … Continue reading

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Via Hot Air: Obama’s approval rating drops to all-time low; Public split on jobs plan As concerns about the struggling U.S. economy grow, a new CBS News/New York poll finds that President Obama’s overall approval rating has dropped to 43 … Continue reading

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She looks normal

Didja ever meet someone who seems rational and reasonable but while you’re talking to them they make a sharp turn into Crazy Town? Bachmann’s claims worry staff Amid a hard fade in the polls and a struggle to remain in … Continue reading

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I’m famous!!!

No, seriously. I was looking for something else and I stumbled across this at Wikipedia: Blog wars In the aftermath of Barack Obama’s election, the PUMA’s online presence has fractured into numerous warring groups. The once-united bloggers at The Confluence … Continue reading

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“Pay to Play” is the Chicago way

John Kass at The Chicago Tribune: Obama’s Solyndra scandal reeks of the Chicago Way The Solyndra scandal cost at least a half-billion public dollars. It is plaguing President Barack Obama. And it’s being billed as a Washington story. But back … Continue reading

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Madame Secretary

Hillary Clinton argues for end to sexism in workplace To achieve economic success, the world needs to promote women – in both the public and private sectors. That was the message of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s keynote Friday … Continue reading

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Caturday Open Thread

What are you doing today?

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