Monthly Archives: September 2008

Best Response Ever

The republicans claim to believe in self-reliance. Well, Wall Street, it’s bootstrap time. From a round up of responses to the repuglicans move to try to socialize (only) the losses of the financial industry at OpenLeft: Doug Tudor (FL-12): I … Continue reading

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The True Face of republicanism

‘nuf said

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There’s a Silver Lining . . .

It’s a tragedy to lose one’s house or livelihood to a natural disaster. But when I heard that hurricane Ivan was heading straight for Texas, I thought it wasn’t all bad news. Given their rugged individualism and anti-federales stance, I’m … Continue reading

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I Can’t Believe It’s Even Close

Really? There’s “no difference” between the parties? Check this out: Socialize the home morgage business by having the federal government take over Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae? The republicans say sure. Socialize the insurance industry with the federal government bailing … Continue reading

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Four More Years

For a peek at what four more years of the BushCo junta will look like, check this out (from via): As the police attacks on protesters in Minnesota continue — see this video of the police swarming a bus transporting … Continue reading

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