CBS is calling the NH Senate race for Jeanne Shaheen.
Scott Brown's carpetbagger label seems to have stuck to Brown.
Now that Election Day is upon us, which means that the shouting is over and all that's left is the actual buisiness of voting & counting, I'd like to describe a couple of the worst ads I've seen here in the New York City media market. Perhaps, in the comments, you might tell us all about your "favorites", in elections in your locale.
So how bad can it be? worry? nahhhh....
Privatized social security... Hey how much will banks charge for a service fee?
TPP? Deal of a century whoo hooo!!!
XL Pipeline? Look Ma! there's all that black goo. Money money...
minimum wage? No more great maybe my burgers'll cost only a quarter again. Oh my wage is now $1.25/hr and dropping faster than a rock in a water.
Apartheid? (if I become president and you are white male in white man's club, you'll do very well) or something to that effect
Women? equal pay ha! what a joke. You are property of a man.
the churches are not hiding anything and we let them??????
Looking toward a world where there is a retirement from the Supreme court (say Kennedy), Republicans hold the senate, President is unable to get a replacement confirmed by the Republican Senate. How are 4-4 ties decided in SCOTUS decisions? Is Roberts the tie-breaker? Is there a different process involved?
European standards don't allow antifreeze in drinks, Americans do. Inspecting stuff from America is always a good idea, they have hardly any regulations, and regulators are bought and paid for, everyone knows that. The current regulators came from the lobby groups against regulations. Fox in the hen house is the American way. [quote]
Any way you slice it, the amount of rage that the right has had for Obama since day one has been excessive and done enormous damage to our recovery, our national security, our public health, and YES, our Government (ie, that which sits at the core of it all and administers it prudently or not). It really doesn't matter what the reason is for the right's hate for Obama. That investigation would only serve to further enrage its subject, no doubt.
The US "won" Puerto Rico and other Spanish possessions like the Philippines in 1898 at the end of the Spanish American War. While the Philippines became independent in 1946, Puerto Rico remains what's called an unincorporated territory of the US.
Is this relationship working? Is it time for Puerto Rican statehood or independence?
Am I the only one that thinks, "I would have said this"?
When Alison Lundergren Grimes was asked about her vote, knowing it was on film and Mitch would clip it and assert a vote for Allison was a vote for Obama, she said the equivalent of 'none of your business' almost a Christie response.
My response "In 2008, I didn't want Sarah Palin anywhere near the Oval Offiice, and in 2012 I didn't want Paul Ryan anywhere near Medicare, you figure it out"
FWIW, Sam Seder has set up a Call Out the Vote! site where anybody with a phone can help progressive candidates with the election
Majority Report and the Progressive Change Campaign Committee have joined forces to make millions of calls for progressive candidates.
As started with a conversation in a different thread with Art, we as a nation are actually considering it a burden to try being respectful to other nations considering the presence of terrorists within their borders. I am not defending the terrorists. I am not saying that nothing should be done to weaken or eliminate such organized terror groups such as Al Queda and ISIS. What I am trying to say is that the moment we have no concerns for respecting the original sovreignity and the jurisdiction of other nations, we essentially become bullies.
Baltimore, where for the first time in over a decade the city has opened up its Section 8 housing program. The federal program helps pay rent for low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled. Baltimore is a city with rising homelessness, increasing rents, and decreasing amounts of affordable housing, so it's no surprise the turnout has been very high. Over 50,000 people have applied for a lottery that will place 25,000 of them on a waitlist,
Can someone point me to sources where I can find what R. Reagan 's policies were that are adversely (or positively) affecting us today? Thanks in advance.