Everything consider, in general is Labor better or worse off now than when their self-described champion Obama took office some 4 years ago?
It is just a yes or no question.
Of Course the Fraidycat Republicans Bunkered up on Monday in Tampa. They called off their Greatest Show because it was raining. Well, not exactly. As usual and right on cue these kneejerkers do things more for what they fear than for what actually is. At the slightest hint of anything dangerous, that's what frightened, low self-esteeme people with do. Bunker up, and hunt for those Evil WMD! Again. Etc. The WMD d'jour are everywhere!!!! Run and hide!
Shadow Conventions 2012 HuffPost 8/28/2012
What They Will Not Be Talking About in Tampa and Charlotte
Some major action over at Huff Post tomorrow. A series of live web chats as a Shadow Convention. I believe most of these are in the noon to 4 pm Eastern time range.
Hartmann FDR vs Republicans.
And those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
A historical look at the debated issue of over taxation of business. In the 50's and 60's the taxes on $100,000($2 million in today’s dollars) was at 60%, with a California tax of 5% added on.
After three weeks of no Thom, first full week is interviews with broken records who repeat and repeat the same old LIES, over and over and over. WHY, why interview TOOLS who make a living LYING. Who said, Tell (repeat) a BIG lie offend enough and people (fools) will believe it.
I like listen to Thom for new and informative infromation, the lies of the right the same OLD same OLD BS.
Many be next week???????
I have listened closely and every time this question is answered they leave out one item. I believe to b a series of off budget expenditures. At the time they were called supplemental budgets. Under the Bush administration it was a way of making his budgets look valid. This is the point that they're arguing. When Pres. Obama won the office he immediately started keeping books in a forthright manner. I don't believe he ever used supplemental budgeting in the way the Bush administration did. It hid annual expenditures from the taxpayers.