Category Archives: party affiliation

Interesting Fodder on the Changing Perspective of High Gas Prices

I found this link to the Don Smith show. He gives a fantastic perspective of how gas pricing has been viewed in the last five years. The media biases abound, the blames on the past administration versus now, the new positive … Continue reading

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Danger Ahead! Who is Responsible For Halting the Trouble Ahead?

I have been away with my children and a few of their friends at an indoor water park for the last few days…550,000 gallons of water at a constant 84 degrees, with 14 huge slides, 6 pools, a giant water … Continue reading

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The Sky is Falling: A New Tag Line for the Democratic Campaign Launch

On April 9th a friend recieved this e-mail: XXXX —  The Republicans blinked. They yelled and maneuvered and threatened throughout the budget standoff, holding one group of Americans hostage after another – low-income women, seniors, students, and even viewers of Sesame … Continue reading

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Budget Bickering and the Blame Game

Last night President Obama met with leaders of both the Senate and the House , Harry Reid and John Boehner to try to negotiate the budget for the rest of this fiscal year. He gave a brief press conference afterwards, … Continue reading

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Conflict in the Debt Battle, A Positive Step Forward?

In The Hill this morning, Parting ways: President’s path is diverging from Senate Democrats, By Shane D’Aprile. It shows the frustrations building in trying to make the right choices in the debt crisis, creating some in fighting among the Democrats: What’s … Continue reading

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Viable political candidates

A CNN poll showing the mindset of the Republican voter for the 2012 presidential election, lays claim that 70 percent of voters would stick with who has the most likely ability to win in picking a candidate versus siding with … Continue reading

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A New Perspective for Healthcare Reform

I read in The Hill yesterday, that Rep. Dan Boren (D-Okla.) said “People realize, ‘Hey, maybe you should listen to your constituents and vote your conscience.’ ” The outrageous simplicity of this statement, just makes me laugh, but yet also … Continue reading

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