the so-called trickle-down theory of economics been revealed to be a cruel hoax
Today, Sunday morning, on This week with Christiane Amanpour, there was an excellant example of the failure of our partisan system. Four governors discussed the Wisconsin protests. The two Democratic Gvernors spoke of their successes in negotiations and their successes through respect for each other and the ability to work together. The conservative governors instead used words such as shameful and desdicable to describe the Wisconsin democrates. They berated them and demonstrated no intention to participate with anyone who did not of their philosophy.
Our daughter was diagnosed, after a long year of suffering, with Celiac Disease. In her case, it's not just an intolerance but is toxic and has affected her liver. In reading a recent book, there was a suggestion that more and more of the population is suffering from this disease because of farmers altering their wheat crops to produce more gluten in their wheat. Is there any truth to this?
In front of any camera they find, right-wing underlings are chanting the phrase, "elections have consequences, and the people have spoken"; however, their tone has so much distaint that the phrase should be punctuated with "SUCKERS!". To understand this hijacking of our Democracy, everyone must read the STATES OF DENIAL, 'WHAT'S AT STAKE' at the AFL-CIO offical website. It's a comdemnation of the corporate elite who financed the 2010 elections which enabled the Republican victories. http://www.aflcio.org/issues/states/
Whatever Group buys or leases Wisconsin’s Utilities from Walker will do so at a too low a price. What is more, the Group that does initially buy it will probably turn around and sell a vast percentage of it at a greatly increased price (increased to reflect Fair Market Value assuming higher rates are charged probably) pocketing the difference.
I used to Lis.ten to Rush daily for 5 plus years. I credit Rush for getting me interested in politics in the first place.
Like most Dittoheads, I trusted that Rush was right about most things...
I then got a job where I wasn't able to listen daily anymore...
Then the Bush administration took over, I actually voted for Bush when he was appointed president in 2000.
Most everything the Bush administration did I disagreed with, especially going to war with Iraq. This made no sense to me.
A friend at work turned me on to Democracy Now, and Thom Hartmann.