"Renaissance Thinking About the Issues of Our Day"
RNC Talking Point put forth by a conservative poster: Obama apologists continue to blame George Bush for this.
SCVIndy: It’s like ‘instant fire back’ of a previously resolved talking point that I’ve been reading of late where conservatives try to ‘distance’ themselves from the failures of the Bush Administration.
What I’m actually doing here is just reiterating the history of George W Bush.
I’m now starting to see the RNC talking points that are being put on local newspaper websites that are both out of context and misleading. I’m going to post them as I find them along with my responses. I hope they are of use.
No more Nuclear Energy or Corporate “Ownership” of government services in Wisconsin!
Vote Kathleen Falk for a bullshit free Wisconsin!
A student loan debt of $30-40,000 for a person without means (which should be no more than 10% of actual income) is much more debilitating than Republicans pretend.
I repeat, this is not a test...
test case #1: reinforce banking institutions, make small stimulative infusions into economic system, but encounter political roadblocks to cost controls from vested private interests. Result: sluggish recovery.
As comments on another blog I suggested these web sites (below) to Zenzoe but maybe the subject deserves a blog of its own. Here are the web page addresses if you’d like to read them:
Now that more than a half century has past since "the big one," we can look back and ask how many people, how many villages, how many communities, neighborhoods, how many little shops, and stores, and schools have the military and policy makers of the United States of America destroyed since "the big one" that came after "the war to end all wars." The numbers matter because so few are familiar with them, there is so much denial, the obsession with our own casualties during the same period, and the numbers can give a sense of the scale of our war making machine.
The great and late George Carlin's take on war and religion.
Da ta da da da da daaaah!
War On Communism!
Californians — it’s time to retire Feinstein. Seriously, vote for anybody but Feinstein. She’s got too much party clout and she’s a dinosaur. She’s probably also extraordinarily corrupt.