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In fact, he lost what has to be most of his sponsors in a week. That kind of makes it difficult to produce a show, now, doesn’t it? Of course, being a raving lunatic with an indefensible position just looking to make a buck off blatant sensationalism may be somewhat distracting to a corporate brand.
Further showing their short sightedness, oil continues to not pursue the strategic vision of energy independence, choosing instead to pursue a business that will, like the record companies, become increasingly irrelevant. I’d pull my money out of oil stocks now.
The soaring deficit
The Republicans have always been right on this one, Democrats like to spend money. Of course, to Republicans, deficits don’t matter, so I don’t know what they’re complaining about. Look at the chart, they took two years of surplus, cut taxes, and turned it into six years of straight deficits. Obama is in a bind, and he has to get the economy moving first, so long as it doesn’t destroy us later. If only there were a way to cut spending without reducing taxes so that we could pay off our deficit. I remember having this argument with a Republican in the ‘04 election. I’m sure he’s still screaming now. Doesn’t matter. History is telling me I’ve been right all along.
Most of us would call this an odometer, but for Democratic Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon, we need GPS, a whole program to monitor them, and then tax collection agents. No wonder Democrats can’t create a streamlined, efficient government.Thanks for dispelling that Big Brother image.
Hmm, that’s just like health care. Other countries pay less, get more. I’m sure the Republicans are calling it a Democratic plot.
Looks like her son has joined Americorp, or as she calls it, a Democrat Reeducation camp.
Rep. Patrick McHenry of North Carolina again proves the difficulty of having a lunatic voter base.
Already campaigning, instead of doing something, I don’t know, useful.
Alberto Gonzalez regrets torture memo, (but he remains silent on the actual torture)
This Salon.com article did what MSNBC couldn’t do, give Orly Taitz a non-confrontational place to look like a village idiot. This columnist allowed her to ramble, and ramble she did. There’s a good litany of bizarre conspiracy theories here that go well beyond the birth certificate. It proves a point though, in biased news outlets like Foxnews and MSNBC, you don’t have to shut them up, put them down or anything of the sort. Just let them rant and look like imbeciles. It’ll serve you better.
Two Christian girls try to convert an Indian Hindu in what is certain the be an emotionally tramatic experience for all of them.