mayday or m'aidez as the French say
President Obama’s definition of fairness is precisely the opposite: "His use of the word fairness ultimately begs the question of
Obama’s Erroll B Davis of GM and BP: Big Oil and Big Auto converging to over consume Oil and Tax Payer’s dollars.
Erroll B. Davis' wikipedia entry has been severely cut back but for a full accounting of his corporate$$$ connections add him to a map at http://mapper.nndb.com
I don't get to blog everyday, but I get here when I can. It's been about a week since I've been out here, and today I look at all of the blogging that's going on right now, and it's a little scary. Individual comments about everything under the sun all over the place. While there are a lot of good blog topics going or right now, such as issues in Indiana and Wisconsin, there's also a lot of meaningless crap. It's also clear from a lot of the comments that right wing hacks are cluttering up the scene.
If Republicans get their way, might lobbyists become less important ... maybe endangered spieces ... maybe ... (we can only hope !)
On the Friday 1/27/12 Brunch with Bernie hour, Sen. Sanders made a comment about Republicans wanting to end all restrictions on corporate donations to candidates ... isn't that a reason for lobbyists to support Democratic candidates, that want to go in the other direction ? Who would need lobbyists any more ?
Screw Austerity: only just fix to Eurozone is raising money by liquidating bankster and Wall St firms that caused the problem.
at least cancel Geithner's Financial Services Agreement - it is not a legitimate trade agreement for a diversified economy like the US
Bringing a bit of nature to D.C. The male elks can lock horns and fight just like Congress.