Monday, August 23, 2010

Get Corporations Out Of Politics !


Now That’s Rich



We need to pinch pennies these days. Don’t you know we have a budget deficit? For months that has been the word from Republicans and conservative Democrats, who have rejected every suggestion that we do more to avoid deep cuts in public services and help the ailing economy.

But these same politicians are eager to cut checks averaging $3 million each to the richest 120,000 people in the country.

What — you haven’t heard about this proposal? Actually, you have: I’m talking about demands that we make all of the Bush tax cuts, not just those for the middle class, permanent.

Some background: Back in 2001, when the first set of Bush tax cuts was rammed through Congress, the legislation was written with a peculiar provision — namely, that the whole thing would expire, with tax rates reverting to 2000 levels, on the last day of 2010.

Why the cutoff date? In part, it was used to disguise the fiscal irresponsibility of the tax cuts: lopping off that last year reduced the headline cost of the cuts, because such costs are normally calculated over a 10-year period. It also allowed the Bush administration to pass the tax cuts using reconciliation — yes, the same procedure that Republicans denounced when it was used to enact health reform — while sidestepping rules designed to prevent the use of that procedure to increase long-run budget deficits.

Obviously, the idea was to go back at a later date and make those tax cuts permanent. But things didn’t go according to plan. And now the witching hour is upon us.


Thanks mb..

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Sunday, August 15, 2010

It's The Year 2010 & "Blogger" Is Just Now Going To Give Us A "Spam Folder" To Deal With Their Spam Problems..What A Joke !

I'm sure you can guess that I'm NOT impressed..
I mean it's 2010 & that's all they can come up with ?
A "spam-folder" ?
Jeebus !

*Below,my comments to ""
concerning their WEAK response to basic Spam & Spam in your comment section..
*Thanks for letting me vent..


YOUR METHOED(Blogger)of reporting spam & dealing with spam is Totally Inadequate..
Hey,it's 2010 guys & your just now giving us a "Spam Folder" ? !
We Don't need a Spam Folder,
We Need for you folks at "Blogger" to get off your rear ends & get some software that "Blocks Spam" before it hits our sites..And,at the same time "Bans" the Spammer..
Yep,it's 2010..I'm sure you guys can find some software out there that can do both of the above..BUT,YOU HAVE TO LOOK !
Sorry but,I've been trying to get you people to STOP the SPAM in my comment section for months !
Please DO MORE THAN JUST GIVING US A "SPAM FOLDER"..That's got to be a joke,right ? !
M.. :(

Robert Gibbs has sure turned into a douche..We got your boss elected,moron !


Gibbs’ attitude/M O is basically what’s wrong with too many Dem’s in The White House & Congress today..

They believe their own Bullshit & they won’t rock the boat for any reason
because,damn it I got this job kissing so much ass,
I’m not about to lose it because of those damn “bloggers”,
that’s for damn sure..Moo ! Moo !

Wednesday, August 11, 2010




The Old Piss Down Theory..Some Moron's Still Believe..Pathetic !


David Stockman (Reagan's trickle-down guy)

said 25 years ago that trickle-down was a SHAM


Sunday, August 8, 2010

Dirty Energy Money !


Revealing Dirty Energy's Influence on Democracy

Dirty Energy Money is an interactive tool that tracks the flow of oil, gas, and coal money in U.S. Congress. Find out which energy companies are pumping their dirty money into politics and which politicians are receiving it.


Monday, August 2, 2010

Another Good One..


Thanks ToniD..

In Depth: Ralph Nader - Book TV (From Today)


Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader was a candidate for President of the United States on the Green Party ticket in 1996 and 2000 and as an independent in 2004 and 2008. He is the author of several books, including "Unsafe at Any Speed," an indictment of the auto industry published in 1965. As a consumer and political activist he has spoken out on a variety of issues, including health care, food safety, environmental pollution, worker rights, tax reform, civil rights, and corporate influence. .