Daily Archives Thursday, October 2011

0 For 4 Is Not Great Odds

As The U.S. We Need To Pick Our Friends More Carefully: Not covering all but a few below dead or in jail for life; I’m just saying.   1. Manuel Noriega Panama Before Saddam Hussein there was Manuel Noriega. Like Saddam, Noriega enjoyed US support until he turned into a wayward ally, then an embarrassment, more »

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A Campaign Exposes Inner Turmoil By Whom It Attacks.

Why Romney Slammed Perry So Hard —By David Corn| Tue Oct. 18, 2011 7:47 PM PDT At the Republican cluster-smackdown in Las Vegas on Tuesday night, the fists were flying. The evening started with Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum pouncing on Herman Cain. Then the others piled on in a Cain-bang. This was natural, given more »

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And The Race Is On!

The Political Gloves Were Off as the Republicans Squared Off By Bryian Revoner After watching what Newt Gingrich described to CNN’s Anderson Cooper as a forum setup to promote a lot of back and forth bickering between a couple of key candidates, my feelings fall right in line with Gingrich, because this entire Republican Western more »

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Now You See It, Now You Don’t?

We’re not certain what happened here. But you’ll notice that late this afternoon the Romney campaign put out a campaign video mashup of all Rick Perry’s brain freeze moments from the debate. The charitable read of the video was that Perry wasn’t up to the challenge of debating President Obama. The less charitable interpretation was more »

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Greed Is Good Right?

  As chairman of the Senate Banking Committee from 1995 through 2000, Gramm was Washington’s most prominent and outspoken champion of financial deregulation. He played a leading role in writing and pushing through Congress the 1999 repeal of the Depression-era Glass-Steagall Act, which separated commercial banks from Wall Street. He also inserted a key provision more »

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