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No cuts for Obama’s golf

November 3, 2013

To the editor: The main stream media says Republicans are doing poorly in the polls for trying to delay Obamacare and negotiate for less debt....

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Nov-06-13 9:39 AM

"Good election night for Democrats."

Republican, Christie, won by a landslide, 21 points, to be exact. This in a highly Democratic state.

Democrat, McAuliffe, who had high profile folks campaigning for him, such as Hillary Clinton and Charlie Crist, and spent tons of money more than Cuccinelli, and was expected to win by double digits, meaked out a win by barely 4,00 votes.

I wouldn't call that good.

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Nov-05-13 10:26 PM

Good election night for Democrats. Extreme rightwingers were defeated in many big races around the country. Glad to see that Virginia didn't elected that crazy Ken Cuccinelli.

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Nov-05-13 4:44 PM

Robert Reich and Karl Marx not a dime worth of difference between them.

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Nov-05-13 4:42 PM

BCF all that wasted time and effort for a commie. You and your brother must have had a difficult life growing up holding such radical views.

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Nov-05-13 12:25 PM

'Purge surge': Obama fires another commander...


SHINGTON – After multiple top generals described to WND what they regard as a full-scale “purge” of the U.S. military by the Obama administration, the commander of U.S. Army Garrison Japan was summarily relieved of duty and his civilian deputy reassigned, pending a “misconduct” investigation.

Nine generals and flag officers have been relieved of duty under Obama just this year – widely viewed as an extraordinary number – and several sources put the total number of senior officers purged during the five years of the Obama administration as close to 200.

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Nov-05-13 12:20 PM


My name is Robert Reich and I am a Socialist.


Just sayin'.

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Nov-05-13 12:40 AM

(cont.) Progressive initiatives against gerrymandered districts and voter suppression are moving toward ballots in 28 states. Living wage initiatives are moving forward in 22 cities and 14 states. Democratic and independent candidates for 2014 are speaking out for higher taxes on the rich to support equal opportunity for the rest. Whoever is the Democratic candidate for president in 2016 will have to offer a plan to return this nation to the shared prosperity we had before Reagan, and rescue our democracy from the scourge of big money. -- Robert Reich

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Nov-05-13 12:40 AM

(cont.) Meanwhile, real median family incomes continue to fall, even with two people at work (the typical family of the 1950s and 1960s could do well with one breadwinner); the typical college graduate is now saddled with debt (public higher education in the 1950s and 1960s was free); job security is gone; pensions are withering away. Yet we may be witnessing the rebirth of progressive politics: The person who is likely to win tomorrow’s race for mayor of New York by a large margin has focused his campaign on that city's savage inequality, and has promised to raise taxes on the wealthy in order to fund better schools for the children of families who aren’t. (cont.)

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Nov-05-13 12:39 AM

The biggest irony of the last three decades is that the football field of American politics has moved to the right just as most Americans have slid downward. Ever since Ronald Reagan first peddled the snake oil of trickle-down economics, the rich have received a steadily larger share of the economy’s gains -- now the largest in over a century -- while the typical working American has lost ground. Executive pay is now 350 times that of the typical worker. Wall Street is still rife with insider trading and conflicts of interest. (cont.)

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Nov-04-13 5:59 AM

The Liar and Chief has said over and over and over again: If you like your health plan, you will be able to keep your health plan, guaranteed."

The number of people getting unwanted terminations will grow. In 2015, the law's requirement that larger companies provide health insurance will take effect. It's expected that many firms will drop coverage, deciding that it's cheaper to pay fines imposed under the law. Also many Christian associated organizations that are Grandfathered will drop their insurance when forced to adhere to Obama's Anti Christian Agenda.

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Nov-03-13 9:05 PM

How Obama crossed the line from BS to dishonesty


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Nov-03-13 6:07 PM



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Nov-03-13 9:24 AM

You got it right Bob.

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Nov-03-13 8:10 AM

Good Letter.

@debray, $859 a month with a $12,600 deductible isn't insurance. Paying that much, you are the insurance.

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Nov-03-13 6:58 AM

Good letter and very true Bob.

I checked into Obamacare for my wife and I.

$859.00 per month, with a $12,600.00 Annual deductible.

And they call this Insurance.

Congress tried to stop Obamacare along with Obama and his Communist friends from destroying our economy, our healthcare, and America's Greatness.

Too bad they didn't succeed.

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