On this week's Meet The Press, Sen. John McCain has said: "...the reality is that the housing market created this crisis, and its gonna be the housing market that recovers, and that means, to me, go out and buy people's mortgages like we did during the Great Depression, and give them a mortgage to which they can afford the payments to make and then we will begin to come out of this problem."
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"Essentially game over" for the climate.
Just like Bush with the Battle of Fallujah in Iraq
Obama IS the Republican 2012 Candidate
You want scary? THIS is scary. This image (scroll down to the bottom of this post) appeared in a video clip on the CBS evening news (Saturday evening, Aug. 6th) of the Rick Perry religious/campaign rally in Texas. I can’t imagine a more sinister combination, a more ominous threat to the U.S. than the lethal mix of Christian Evangelicals, Radical Right and Israel.
There was a caller on a couple of months ago that spoke about a single payer health care system in Toledo and the surrounding area. This man said that it was very popular, and had been duplicated in other parts of the country. Thom said he'd do some research and I haven't heard him talk about it since...though I haven't been listening as much since it is summer. Does anyone know the name of this health care system? Thanks, Sam
Can we start to write to the DNC and other Dem groups demanding that they distance themselves very publicly from Obama before they see another $ from us? Let every member of both houses know that if Obama shows up for a visit that they will lose donations and votes until they call for him to do his job like an adult?
So many progressive stations are concerned with Washington gridlock that they have ignored the environmental arguments driving the current global meltdown of economic and natural resources. I hope that Thom can enlarge his domain of discource to include arguments from www.ecoshock.org. Until we recognize the impact of overpopulationi on the world's resources we are left with the illusion that these factors are irrelevant. Without natural resources to exploit, Wall Street has nothing to place bets upon.