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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Obama News Conference a Snore

February 10, 2009

I watched the Chosen One try to reassert his manhood in front of already mind-numbed media groupies on TV for 62 minutes last night.  How do I know it was 62 minutes?  He started scolding us at 8pm and I stopped squeezing the stress ball at 9:02pm — two minutes into the latest episode of 24!  That’s when my [...]

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Here a Trillion, There a Trillion

February 10, 2009

$9.7 trillion.  That is currently how much spending has been committed by the Federal government to fix this crisis in the last year.  Of that: $800 Billion is from the now-certain stimulus $700 Billion for the TARP Program $170 Billion from the Bush stimulus last year $5.4 Trillion spent or committed in bailout buyouts by [...]

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An Opportunity in Connecticut

February 10, 2009

Connecticut’s Senator Chris Dodd appears to be vulnerable.  Plagued by scandal, Dodd now has a 48% unfavorable rating in his home State, with only 41% approving of his job performance.  For an incumbent, this is bad news.  Dodd has not yet announced his intentions, but he is up for reelection in 2010.  With the right [...]

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Should the Rightosphere Get More Involved Party Activism?

February 10, 2009

Stepping away from the stimulus over saturation as of late, John Henke at The Next Right has an interesting post today comparing the relative role that the Conservative blogosphere plays in Republican party politics as opposed to the role that the Liberal blogosphere plays in Democrat party politics.  Henke points out how the Left “net-roots” [...]

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