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Why Pak-China Friendship Strengthens?

The recent visit of Prime Minster Yousaf Raza Gilani to China is being viewed with great anticipation owing to the unilateral operation conducted by the US forces on Pakistan to kill Osama bin Laden, and US coercive diplomacy, emphasizing old American maxim to ‘do more’ against t

Running for Senate here in Wisconsin

I am considering running for the Senate as an Independent.

Please feel free to comment.

National Debt

I was at a town hall meeting Wednesday night with our Republicon representative for a slide show (aka dog and pony show). She had a slide showing how much of our debt was owned by other countries. I was not able to ask her directly my question during her town hall meeting but did follow up on Thursday with my question. "if our debt is so bad why do those countries keep buying it?" Her staffers reply was silence kind of like that famous pregnant pause.

Twinlandre

Wasps do it, but why should we?

OP-ED by Barry Goldman, Los Angeles Times, Sunday May 15, 2011

The big idea in this OpEd is applying the knowledge of what cognitive scientists call "Sphexishness" after the inate, and difficulty of repetitive actions and behavior of the female Sphex Wasp.

A Tea-Bagger, an Executive and a Teamster walk into a ...

Democrats--Liberal Elitists?

That's what they say. The tag "elitist" is usually followed with words like "snobbish", "social academics", and "defenders of higher education."

Well, I thought this might deserve a little more analysis. Therefore, I took a look in the dictionary:

Brave New World

One of the reasons we find ourselves in the current right-wing corporate Republican strangehold is the lack of literary knowledge on the part of citizens. Reading The Federalist Papers or other writings of the other Founding Fathers or political philosophers such as Plato or John Locke or Hobbs or Rosseau is not enough. Only through art is the human experience truly and adequately revealed. In my view, that is one of the main reasons people read the Bible; it is great fiction, even if some of its readers believe it is completely true.

Franklin Roosevelt

As I listen to you talk today, Thom, I have to wonder why you will not see Obama for who he is. His pro-corporate, anti-middle class, anti-environmental actions are too numerous to list. You worry about the formation of an oligarchy if the Republicans/billionaires wrest complete control of the government. They already have control, Thom; Obama IS the figure head of the oligarchy.

marijuana and disabled veterans

my husband and i are members of free speech tv. my husband Walter is a disabled veteran who is no longer on morphine due to the legalization of marijuana i am also disabled and legal because i am no longer on lorcet and soma. on may 25,2010 i am going to Lansing ,mi to speak on the capital steps at noon

Smart words

Thom - I listened to you refer yesterday to the “banksters.” I like it when you use that word

Fight inequality, stand up for your rights!

Fight inequality, this means no royals,

Paul Ryan Throws Grandma Off The Cliff (spoof)

The video below is a spoof but it has an element of truth to it. What Paul Ryan's Budget Plan does… It takes a look at YOU & ME and sees us as leaches, bloodsuckers who suck profit away from the rich.

Yepper, that's the GOP in a nutshell.

RACKETEERS, MINIONS, CLOWNS AND TWITS

Posted by MICHAELOANGELO-RAPHAELO.BLOGSPOT.COM

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Reagan/Bush racketeers are forces of darkness.

They bought and paid for both houses of Congress.

Reagan/Bush racketeers, minions, clowns and twits.

Obama erroneously subscribing to "Drill Baby Drill!"

Secret meetings between the oil giant Shell and President Obama resulted in an announcement this week that Obama is fast-tracking new offshore oil drilling on the Atlantic coast, Gulf of Mexico, and opening up a 24-million-acre wilderness area in Alaska to oil drilling.

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Corporations outspend taxpayers in Congress...

You may be surprised to learn that we spend about $2 billion dollars a year on our dysfunctional Congress. However, it's even more surprising to learn that corporate lobbyists spend even more to buy off our federal lawmakers.