Tuesday, November 25, 2008

A Bailout I Can Believe In 
Stop giving money to bankers. Use the bank bailout handout to fund state governments next year instead. Budget $500 million per Congressional District and give it to its respective state government so that the states won't have to get services in a time of dire need.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Bank Bailouts - Not Equal Opportunity Lender 
Trillions of dollars for wastrel bankers but but deaf seniors out $170,000 due to bank closure.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Christmas Is Around The Corner 
A Tesla is still on my wish list. Car #23 has been delivered.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

A Trillion Here, A Trillion There... 
... soon it adds up to real money. Beyond the $700 billion that Cheney and Congress took from hard working Americans to give to Wall Street bankers there is another 2 trillion ($2,000,000,000,000) that the Fed is keeping mum about.

Saturday, November 08, 2008

Monday's Meeting 
When Gov. George Bush meets President-Elect Obama on Monday I wonder if his first question will be, "What does it feel like to actually win a Presidential election?"

I Might Be Cynical... 
There is an article naming CTO candidates for Obama's White House. One stuck out because it was so different from the rest:

Another Clinton-era FCC chief and prominent Obama surrogate currently serving as managing director at the Carlyle Group

(emphasis added.)

Friday, November 07, 2008

Didn't Republicans Say Filibustering Was A Bad Thing? 
Sen. Kyl - flip flops on up or down votes for Supreme Court appointees - vows to filibuster anyone that doesn't meet his litmus test.

Thursday, November 06, 2008

I Got A Bad Feeling About This 
Rahm Emmanuel, one of the major forces behind the $700 billion handout to his former bosses, doesn't make me think that populist Obama is going to be swearing in on January.

Congrats, Barack! 
It will be nice to say the word "President" again.

Lookie what I wrote in July 2004:
If Bush manages to steal another election then Obama in 2008!

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